ATP Multi-Engine (non-Type)

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Enrollment Requirements

You can do your ATP multi-engine training and checkride using a light twin engine aircraft like Beechcraft Duchess (BE76) or Tecnam P2006T. We have both in our fleet.

 

To be eligible for an airline transport pilot certificate cccording part 61.153 , a person must:

  • be at least 23 years of age or 21 years (exception according part 61.160).
  • Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language.
  • Be of good moral character;
  • Meet at least one of the following requirements:
    • (1) Holds a commercial pilot certificate with an instrument rating issued under this part;
    • (2) Meet the military experience requirements under §61.73 of this part to qualify for a commercial pilot certificate, and an instrument rating if the person is a rated military pilot or former rated military pilot of an Armed Force of the United States; or
    • (3) Holds either a foreign airline transport pilot license with instrument privileges, or a foreign commercial pilot license with an instrument rating, that—
      • (i) Was issued by a contracting State to the Convention on International Civil Aviation; and
      • (ii) Contains no geographical limitations.
  • After July 31, 2014, for an airline transport pilot certificate with an airplane category multiengine class rating or an airline transport pilot certificate obtained concurrently with an airplane type rating, receive a graduation certificate from an authorized training provider certifying completion of the airline transport pilot certification training program specified in §61.156 before applying for the knowledge test required by paragraph (g) of this section.

 

Aeronautical experience

A person who is applying for an airline transport pilot certificate with an airplane category and class rating must have at least 1,500 hours of total time as a pilot that includes at least:

  • 500 hours of cross-country flight time
  • 100 hours of night flight time
  • 50 hours of flight time in the class of airplane for the rating sought.
  • 75 hours of instrument flight time, in actual or simulated instrument conditions, subject to the following:
  • 250 hours of flight time in an airplane as a pilot in command, or when serving as a required second in command flightcrew member performing the duties of pilot in command while under the supervision of a pilot in command, or any combination thereof, which includes at least—
    • 100 hours of cross-country flight time
    • 25 hours of night flight time

More details you can get from Part 61.159 FAR/AIM.

Special price

$3,499

Available for “early booking” (2 months and more in advance) with full prepayment. Contact ATP-CTP program chief instructor for enrollment.

The Main Goal

Purpose of the ATP-CTP Course

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On August 1, 2010, President Obama signed a bill that introduced the ATP-CTP training course. This course was designed to bridge the knowledge gap between the level of a 250-hour commercial pilot and a 1500-hour airline pilot. This knowledge gap in aviation education has proven fatal, such as the Colgan Air disaster near Buffalo in 2009. This accident sparked the FAA to mandate changes in the requirements for airline pilots. In January 2014, all United States carriers began to hire pilots with a minimum flight time of 1500 hours. These new hires were also required to hold a multi-engine airline pilot certificate, as well as having the ATP-CTP course successfully completed.

The ATP-CTP course is a mandatory pre-requisite in order to take the ATP written exam. This requirement only applies to multi-engine pilots. The ATP-CTP course is not required if obtaining the ATP Single Engine Certificate. Pilots that are ATP rated in foreign countries still need to complete the entire course and follow the syllabus, which is strictly regulated by the FAA under AC 61-138.

This course gives a commercial multi-engine pilot, who is used to flying a Beechcraft Duchess or Piper Navajo, the opportunity to train to fly a passenger airliner, and potentially work for a major carrier.

NOTE

Foreign ATP and Commercial pilots

If you qualified for FAA ATP ME license base on your foreign ATP or CPL, you have to go through ATP-CTP course in order to get your ATP written test. More information about “ATP for foreign pilots“.

If you are a foreign pilot –Download our TSA Instruction ATP-CTP and ATP.

Upcoming Schedule

For ATP-CTP Course at SkyEagle Aviation Academy
March 2020

March 30th – April 6th (last seats!)

$3,799

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April 2020

April 6th – 13th (Cancelled)

April 13th – 20th (Cancelled)

April 20th – 27th (Cancelled)

April 27th – May 4th

$3,799

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May 2020

May 4th – 11th

May 11th – 18th

May 18th – 25th

$3,499

"early bird" rate is available

Content and Duration / Day-to-day schedule

According to the requirements of AC 61-138, the training practice in the framework of the ATP-CTP course should be carried out in an airplane with a take-off weight of more than 40,000 pounds.

Ground school

30 Hours Of Academic Training

Day 1
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Aerodynamics (8 hrs)
• High Altitude Operations
• Stall Prevention and Recovery Training
• Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

Day 1
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Aerodynamics (8 hrs)
• High Altitude Operations
• Stall Prevention and Recovery Training
• Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

Day 1
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Aerodynamics (8 hrs)
• High Altitude Operations
• Stall Prevention and Recovery Training
• Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

Day 1
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Aerodynamics (8 hrs)
• High Altitude Operations
• Stall Prevention and Recovery Training
• Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

Ground school

30 Hours Of Academic Training

For our training, we use the Airbus 320 aircraft simulator, which comes equipped with FTD A320 Level 5 and FFS A320 Level D. You will be trained in the most sophisticated and modernized equipment, which is also used to train today’s linear pilots. Miramar, FL based Spirit Airlines is currently using the exact make and model simulator to train all of their crew members.

Day 1
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Aerodynamics (8 hrs)
• High Altitude Operations
• Stall Prevention and Recovery Training
• Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

Day 1
9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Aerodynamics (8 hrs)
• High Altitude Operations
• Stall Prevention and Recovery Training
• Upset Prevention and Recovery Training

Submition Form

ATP-CTP