Epic Flight Academy is proud to offer an ATP-CTP course in partnership with Simulator Center LLC. The ATP-CTP (Airline Transport Pilot Certification Training Program) is an important tool. This is because it helps you prepare for the Airline Transport Pilot Knowledge Test (ATP written test). The course includes 32 hours of classroom training followed by 10 hours of flight simulator training. Conveniently, it is offered in the Orlando, Florida area.
What is the ATP?
ATP stands for Airline Transport Pilot in the U.S. Other countries refer to this as the ATPL (airline transport pilot license). This is the highest level of pilot certificate, and your final step to becoming an airline pilot.
Our FAA-approved Part 61 flight school emphasizes flight safety first. Most importantly, this includes every course in each program. From PPL to multi-engine, our courses fulfill requirements that lead to your FAA issued licenses. Above all, you will have unrestricted access to excellent instructors and the newest training equipment. We provide quality instruction at an affordable cost. Epic welcomes all students at all levels and can build on your existing training whether military or private.
ATP Written Exam Included
We cover these topics in the ATP-CTP course:
- adverse weather conditions
- air carrier operations
- transport airplane performance
- leadership development
- runway incursion avoidance
- stall prevention and recovery
- high altitude operations
- crosswind take-offs and landings in adverse weather
- preparation for ATP written exam (included in the course)
ATP-CTP Course Details:
Ground Training: 32 Hours
- FSTD Training – 10 hours
- 4 hours Fixed Base Simulator
- 6 hours Full Flight Simulator
- ATP Knowledge Test (ATP Written)
Ground Training Subjects:
- Aerodynamics: 8 Hours
- Meteorology: 2 Hours
- Air Carrier Operations: 14 Hours
- Leadership/Professional Development CRM and Safety Culture: 6 Hours
- ATP Knowledge Test (ATP Written): 2 Hours
Total: 32 Hours
- Fixed Base Simulator: 4 Hours
- Full Flight Simulator: 6 Hours
Total: 10 Hours
- Demonstration-based training and experience-based training includes “demo and do” type of training where the instructor demonstrates a maneuver, and the student repeats it.
- Flight Management System
- Automation including Autoflight
Total: 4 Hours
Full Flight Simulator Training:
- Runway Safety
- Adverse Weather Conditions
- Ground Operations
- High Altitude Operations
- Stall and Upset Prevention and Recovery
Total: 6 Hours
- Financing options are available.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I get my ATP?
A: First of all, after earning your ratings, complete your ATP-CTP course. Next, pass your written exam to earn your license.
Q: How many hours does it take for the ATP-CTP course?
A: It takes 42 hours total: 32 hours in the classroom, and 10 hours of simulator training.
Q: How much does the ATP-CTP course cost?
A: The cost is $4,995.