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ATP Certification Requirements Change August 2014 significantly increasing the overall Cost for All Airline Transport Pilot Candidates.
FAA Releases Final Certification Rule:
Pilots pursuing an ATP certificate after July 31, 2014, in addition to having 1,500 hours (750 hours for military pilots), will have to complete a new, yet-to-be developed, ATP certification training program. The program, consisting of 30 hours of ground and 10 hours of simulator training, must be completed prior to being eligible to take the ATP written and practical tests. The 10 hours of simulator training will include six hours of training in a level C or D (full-motion) simulator. According to the rule, this course will only be offered through Part 141, 142, 135, or 121 certificate holders, not allowing for Part 61 flights schools to develop courses and provide the training.
- AOPA, July 10, 2013
Horizon Flight Center offers a fleet of nine aircraft and a simulator including:
- 1x BE-76 Duchess
- 1x Cessna 162 Skycatcher
- 2x Cessna 172S - G1000 with KAP140 Autopilot
- 3x Cessna 172S - G1000 with GFC700 Autopilot
- 2x Cessna 172S - Nav II
- 1x Cessna 172RG
- 1x Redbird AATD
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