Airline Transport Pilot
To fly transport helicopters, you need the highest level of aircraft pilot certification—the Airline Transport Pilot Certificate (ATP). When you get this certification you can pilot aircraft in a carrier service with max gross weight of over 12,500 pounds and/or over nine passengers. This certificate can give you a leg up when applying for jobs.
Pilots in this course will learn ground topics critical to advanced pilots. These topics include advanced meteorology, meteorological hazards, advanced navigation systems, advanced instrument procedures, aircraft performance, advanced aerodynamics, human factors, aeronautical decision making and most importantly crew resource management. In the flight portion, students will refine their instrument approach skills to the high level of precision required for this course.
You need at least 1,200 hours of flight time to get this certificate as well as other requirements specified in the regulations. Most students have a specific situation for this course, and our experts can advise and tailor a course to best help each student achieve their goal effectively and efficiently. The practical test for this certificate is the pinnacle for any aviation professional.
Book an introductory flying lesson and take the controls with an experienced instructor by your side! The ultimate thrill and adrenaline rush that’s sure to bring a smile to your face! Starting at just $159. Call our office at (941) 355-1525.
Hold at least a Commercial Pilot Certificate with Rotorcraft category and Instrument rating.
Be at least 23 years of age.
Able to read, speak & understand the English language.
Hold at least a 3rd Class Medical.
Weight does not exceed 230 lbs.
10 hrs Dual Training in a Robinson R22 (IFR)
5 hrs Ground Instruction
Pass an FAA Written Knowledge Test
Pass an Oral and Practical Flight Test
Start your training at any time.
Estimated Duration: Usually 1-2 Weeks.
Pay as you go, NO upfront payments. Call about Financing. Books & Training Material not included.