For ME, must have the ground school completed prior.
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ATP Requirements (Single or Multi-Engine)
- Hold at least a commercial/instrument pilot certificate and 3rd Class Medical Certificate.
- Be able to read, speak, write, and converse fluently in English.
- Pass Written Test
- Required hours: 1500 total, 500 xcountry, 75 instrument, 100 night
- Successfully complete a practical test given by an FAA-designated pilot examiner.
1. Preflight procedures
2. PowerPlant Start
4. Pre-Takeoff Checks
5. Normal/Crosswind Takeoff
6. Instrument Takeoff
7. Powerplant Failure during Takeoff
8. Rejected Takeoff
9. Departure Procedures
10. Steep Turns
11. Approaches to Stall and Stall Recovery
12. Powerplant Failure
13. Specific Flight Characteristics if applicable
14. Recovery from Unusual Attitudes
15. Standard Terminal Arrival/Flight Management Procedures
17. Precision Approaches (2). One manual with a powerplant failure.
18. Non-Precision Approaches (2). TAA procedures and PT’s
19. Circling Approaches
20. Published Missed Approaches
21. Normal and Crosswind Approaches and Landings
22. Landing from a Precision Approach
23. Approach and Landing with Powerplant Failure (ME)
24. Circling Approach Landings
25. Rejected Landings
26. No Flap Landings
27. Normal and Abnormal Procedures
28. Emergency Procedures
29. After-Landing Procedures, Parking, Securing