Located 20 minutes from Little Rock AFB!
My ATP course is designed for experienced pilots that need to complete their practical exam. It is intended to be completed in approximately 3 days, depending on WX and MX, at an approximate cost of $3,200.
The average professional pilot, will need 4 to 5 hours of instruction prior to their checkride. Training will be based out of Searcy, AR (KSRC) and all approaches will be done in the local area on two separate days with the ground eval and checkride on the third day. Flying partners are preferred since one of you would be able to observe in the backseat for extra 'free' instruction.
|6||Total flight time at $350/hr||$2,100|
|~6||Ground and Flight Instruction||$400|
|-||Cash DPE Fee||$700|
What to Expect
Day 1 and 2 Flight time: ~2 Hours
**UPDATE AS OF 01 JULY 2017**
- Show 2 hours prior to takeoff to discuss aircraft systems
- Engine start and taxi followed by rejected T/O.
- Takeoff from KSRC for airwork at 4,000MSL.
- RNAV 19 missed approach.
- Vectors ILS 01 missed approach hold at CERCY.
- Vectors ILS 01 OEI
- Vectors LOC 01 partial panel circle 19 fullstop
Day 3 Flight time: ~2.0 Hours
- 1st student show 3 hours prior to takeoff to complete oral and paperwork (pay examiner first).
- Takeoff from KSRC and fly profile
- 2nd student show, complete oral and fly checkride.
What To Bring
- ATP Paperwork (link below)
- Photo ID
- Logbook/Flying History Report
- Test printout
- Commercial Pilot Certificate
What to Study
My recommendation would be to begin your studying by purchasing the ATP and Multi Engine Oral Exam guide from ASA (links below). This guide is what the DPE uses to give his oral exams. If you know the information in this guide as well as the basic understanding of the aircraft and it's systems, you will have no surprises the day of the practical. Since this program is completed under Part 91 of the FARs there will not be any questions over 121 and 135 operations. Just know the aircraft and basic Part 91 requirements and you will be good to go.
Additionally, the 'Seneca Study Guide' link is a PDF that has most of the info you need to fly the aircraft. The Seneca is a PA34-200T and is equipped with a fully functional autopilot and Garmin 750 and Aspen PFD. The pilot guide for the 750 is also available for download below.
**This course has very little ground instruction, so you are expected to self-study and be ready to fly. If you are not prepared, additional flying hours may be required which quickly adds to the overall cost.**
Please contact me directly. You can call or text me at 479-422-3940 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Please visit the forums for any gouge from previous students.