Our FAA Airline Pilot Program is an accelerated, structured program that allows you to obtain the necessary skills to transition from the flight training environment into the professional airline world.
You will acquire the essential skills for aeronautical decision making along with completing an advanced airline training program.
This innovative course schedules a complete program of training, allowing you to progress from a level of zero flying experience to the issuance of an FAA commercial multi-engine pilots certificate with instrument rating in as little as six months.
1) Be at least 18 years of age
2) Be able to read, write, speak and understand the English language
3) Hold a valid FAA Class 1 Medical Certificate
The course comprises of the following hours:
FAA Private Pilot
- 47.0 Hours SE Piper PA28 Aircraft
- 30.0 Hours Dual Flight Instruction
- 30.0 Hours Private Theory
- 15.0 Hours Pre/Post Flight Briefings
PIC Time Building
- 146 Hours SE Airline Crew Program
FAA Instrument Rating
- 22.0 Hours SE Cessna 172 G1000 Aircraft
- 15.0 Hours AATD Simulator
- 35.0 Hours Dual Flight Instruction
- 20.0 Hours Instrument Theory
- 10.0 Hours Pre/Post Flight Briefings
FAA Commercial Multi Engine
- 22.0 Hours ME PA44 Aircraft
- 20.0 Hours Dual Flight Instruction
- 10.0 Hours Commercial Theory
- 5.0 Hours Pre/Post Flight Briefings
This course also includes:
- Private, Instrument and Commercial Course Study Materials
- SE and ME fuel surcharges
- Six months of shared room accommodations
- I-20 application processing for International students
International Students: This program does not include fees associated for the student visa or TSA background/fingerprinting fees. All training is conducted at the Merritt Island facility.
Items Not Included in Program:
- Transportation & Living Expenses
- Three FAA Knowledge Exams
- Three FAA Designated Pilot Examiner Fees
- Pilot Supplies (uniform, headset, fuel strainer, charts)
Note: This program is based on our training curriculum minimum requirements. In some cases, training over these minimums may occur, which will result in an additional expense.