Combined with FlyRight’s King Air Recurrent course, the ATP rating program is the ideal way to get your King Air training and earn the ATP rating in one efficient, coordinated program. Our Recurrent courses meet the most stringent requirements of the FAA and is designed to train you safely and effectively. We review aircraft systems and focus on abnormal and emergency procedures. We recognize it’s difficult to learn if you’re bored to tears – that’s why we strive to keep our courseware interesting, and our instructors are focused on keeping the training relevant.
Following the ground training, cockpit procedures and simulator sessions associated with one of FlyRights King Air Initial programs, you’ll be intimately familiar with the aircraft and the simulator and will have performed to ATP standards during your training. Now you’ll take your ATP check ride with FlyRight’s in-house Training Center Evaluator, and compete the rating with a 2 hour LOFT session in the simulator. Course is FAA approved.
The course overview shown below highlights the combined Initial and ATP program, while the schedule at the bottom of the page details the schedule for the ATP add-on module.
|61.56 Flight Review||Ground School||
|Private or commercial|
|61.57 (a) Landing Recency||CPT||
|61.57 (b) Night Landing Recency||Brief/Debrief||
|61.57 (c) Instrument Recency||Simulator||
|61.57 (d) IPC||Check Ride||
|ATP written passed within the last 24 months|
|61 Subpart G Airline Transport Pilot||LOFT||
|8:30 AM||Simulator LOFT Brief|
|9:30 AM||Simulator LOFT|
|11:30 AM||Simulator LOFT Debrief|
|1:00 PM||Simulator Checkride Brief|
|2:00 PM||Simulator Checkride|
|4:00 PM||Simulator Checkride Debrief|