ACCELERATED

FLIGHT

TRAINING

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ACCELERATED FLIGHT TRAINING PROGRAM

A.T.A. Flight School's Accelerated Flight Training Program is a high intensity training program designed to increase your knowledge, proficiency and experience at a rapid pace.

This is a 60 day structured training regime which will allow you to complete; the Private Pilot or Instrument Rating Knowledge Test, meet the flight experience requirements as per the FAA's Airmen Certification Standards and develop your flight proficiency to take the FAA Oral and Practical exam for each course of study respectively.

The Accelerated Private Pilot Program and the Accelerated Instrument Rating Program are individual courses of study. Some terms and conditions apply.

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PACKAGED OFFERING:

Each of the two courses of study offer the following respectively;

Private Pilot License:

  • 40 flight hours,

  • 20 flight instruction hours and,

  • 20 ground instruction hours.

Instrument Rating:

  • 45 flight hours,

  • 15 flight instruction hours and,

  • 20 ground instruction hours.

These are packaged hours and they revert to the posted standard hourly rates at the earliest of; either the exhaustion of the package hours or, expiration of 60 days from the day you sign up. 

Fee:

  • A one time, non-refundable administration fee of $ 350

  • A one time, non-refundable package fee of $ 6,500

Incidental Costs:

Training Pilots are responsible for all costs incidental to training. Such costs include but may not be limited to the following:

  • Headset and flight kit (Kneeboard, Fuel Stick, Gats Jar, Checklist etc.),

  • Non-Owned Aircraft Rental Insurance Policy ( quoted for a $ 40,000 aircraft liability from a standard industry carrier),

  • Medical Exam fee,

  • Knowledge Test fee,

  • Oral and Practical exam fee.

QUALIFICATIONS

The must meet the following criteria to enroll into either the Accelerated Private Pilot Program or the Accelerated Instrument Rating Program;

  1. Be at least 17 years of age,

  2. Be a U.S. Citizen or resident alien,

  3. Be able to pass TSA screening.

  4. Be proficient in English language.