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    Time for program. Class work vs flight hours. Thank u!!!!

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    Our Airline Pilot Program is an accelerated Part 141 flight training package for students that are consistently able to fly full-time, which is a minimum of 5 days per week and 5 hours per day. For students that require scheduling accommodations due to other commitments, such as employment or university education, we offer training under Part 61 instruction. Part 61 allows a more flexible schedule, but it also extends the estimated completion time. As per FAA requirements, all Airline Transport Pilots (ATPs) must have met the requirements of the 1,500 hour rule. This means you must have logged 1,500 hours total in order to fly for passenger and cargo airlines. The steps required to become a professional pilot for a commercial airline are:

    Private Pilot License Course (3 months)
    Instrument Pilot Rating Course (2 months)
    Commercial Pilot License Single-Engine Course (2 months)
    Flight Instructor Initial (2 months)
    Flight Instructor Instrument Courses (3 weeks)
    Hired as Epic Flight Instructor – Get paid to instruct and build flight time to 1,200 hour requirement
    Commercial Pilot License Multi-Engine Course (2 months)
    Multi-Engine Flight Instructor Course (3 weeks)
    Hired as Commercial Airline Pilot

    For more information, please read here: https://epicflightacademy.com/professional-pilot-pathway/

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