Airline Transport Pilot

As an airline transport pilot (ATP), you’ll be qualified to act as pilot-in-command on large-scale commercial flights.

This certificate requires 1,250 logged flight hours, so you’ll have plenty of time to find your comfort zone as a commanding pilot. You’ll become an expert pilot and will have the ability to read all instruments and perform all maneuvers necessary for commercial flight. You’ll understand necessary concepts in air law, flight planning, meteorology, operational procedures, performance and navigation.

With this certificate, you’ll earn one of the highest levels of pilot certification available.

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Flight certificate programs are delivered in accordance with CFR Part 141 under Lynn University’s CFR Part 141 certificate. Simulator certificate programs are offered in accordance with CFR Part 141 under Lynn University’s CFR Part 141 certificate. You’ll receive your FAA-issued certificate after completing all certificate requirements and passing all examinations.

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Career opportunities

Your new certificate will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue with this certificate:

  • Captain
  • First officer / co-pilot
  • Senior pilot

We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.

Last modified: Aug. 21, 2014