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Restricted Airline Transport Pilot License For Veteran

Restricted Airline Transportation Pilot R-ATP for Military Veteran who are looking to be competitive and enter the airlines faster, at a lower minimum total time than others. By going through an R-ATP program, one can go to a Regional Airline at 1,000 or 1,250 hours rather than the standard 1,500 requirement.

What is a Restricted Airline Transportation Pilot R-ATP

The FAA authorizes institutions of higher education to certify graduates of specific aviation degree programs for a restricted privileges ATP certificate with reduced aeronautical experience. This authority is distinct from the ATP CTP and allows for pilots with fewer than 1,500 hours of flight time to obtain a restricted privileges ATP certificate. A restricted privileges ATP certificate allows a pilot to serve as a co-pilot until he or she obtains the necessary 1,500 hours.

Airline Transportation Pilot R-ATP Program and Benefits

  • Bachelors Degree’s allow participants to transition to a regional airline at 1,000 hours
  • Associates Degree’s allow participants to transition to a regional airline at 1,250 hours
  • Can save you months of time building
  • US Aviation Academy has offerings for both pathways!
Associates Degree Program Bachelors Degree Program

Still Active Duty? Use SkillBridge To Get A Head Start!

Combine an R-ATP Degree program with Career SkillBridge Program so you can get a head start in your training as early as six (6) months prior to your Expiration Terms of Service (ETS) or Retirement date. This will save you time as you transition out of the Military and into a civilian aviation career!
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