ATP Rating Course

The ATP (Airline Transport Pilot) Rating Course allows qualified pilots to obtain an unrestricted FAA ATP Rating.  If you want to fly it, why not train in it! FTI is authorized to deliver the ATP course in the Airbus A-320 and Boeing B-737, and B-757 simulators.  A medical certificate is NOT required to complete the ATP Practical Test and Checkride in a simulator.

Please note: this course does not result in a Type Rating.

Pair with ATP-CTP Course for just


Boeing 737 Type Rating

ATP – Long Course

This course was designed for pilots with complex airplane experience such as U.S. military pilots or Corporate Pilots and can be completed in just 5 to 7 days. Call (303) 329-0999 for details about course footprint.

ATP – Short Course

This course is for pilots with previous Airbus and Boeing (A-320, B-737, or B-757) flight experience and can be completed in 3 to 5 days. Call (303) 329-0999 for details about course footprint.

ATP Restricted Course

Flight Training International is approved to issue Restricted ATPs.
Start building you path for the majors by adding this rating to your FAA license. You can get an R-ATP and get hired by the airlines. Military pilots qualify with just 750 hours. If you have a 4-year degree from an accredited aeronautical university, all you need is 1000 flight hours. Contact us and we will guide you through the process.

General R-ATP Requirements:

Requirements to receive a Restricted Airline Transport Pilot include the following

  1. Certificate Requirements
    • Military competency or
    • A commercial pilot certificate with an instrument rating or
    • A foreign commercial pilot certificate with instrument privileges from an ISAO member nation
  2. You must 21 years of age
  3. Have completed your ATP-CTP training
  4. Completed and passed your ATP knowledge test (written)
  5. Have a commercial license with multi-engine and instrument ratings

See the CFR sections below for a more detailed summary of required hours for a R-ATP rating.

For the full text of 14 CFR 61.160 visit