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AIRLINE PILOT PROGRAM

The Airline Pilot Program is a fast paced, full pilot training program. Completing this program will give you all the certifications you need for employment as a pilot within approximately seven months. Upon completing this program, you will be equipped to start flying as an airline pilot within two years. 

"Do you know how long it will take to complete your accelerated Airline Pilot Program?"

Six Steps To Take Off

STEP 1: PRIVATE PILOT (8 WEEKS)

This is the first step to becoming an airline pilot. Like what a driver’s license is for vehicles, this is this certificate is required to legally fly an aircraft. A private pilot can take friends and family for rides or travel to airports across the country.

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STEP 2: INST. RATING (6 WEEKS)

Adding an instrument rating to your private pilot certificate allows you to fly under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Under IFR you can fly in less-than-ideal weather conditions.

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STEP 3: CREW FLIGHT TIME (3 WEEKS)

During this step you will be with another student gaining experience as a crew. Working together to complete flights like an airline crewed environment

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STEP 4: COMMERCIAL PILOT (5 WEEKS)

Once Crew Flight Time is completed you will be prepared to start your single-engine Commercial Pilot Certificate training. You will learn new maneuvers unlike what was taught during Private Pilot training and with higher standards. During this course you will also receive 10 hours of Technologically Advanced Aircraft (TAA) training.

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STEP 5: CFI TRAINING (6 WEEKS)

During these six weeks you will learn the fundamentals of instruction and the ability to teach other students how to fly. This is a key step in gaining the ability to build time for the required hours for the airlines. You will earn your Certificated Flight Instructor (with single-engine instrument privileges).

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STEP 6: MUTLI-ENGINE (2 WEEKS)

The final step in your training is to receive your multi-engine land rating (MEL) and multi-engine instructor (MEI) privileges. This step will help you build the multi-engine hours needed for the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) certificate.

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