ATP trying to get back in the game
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I gave up flying professionally in 2003. Was hard to find a decent job back then. Any suggestions on schools for an instrument brush up and catching up to the last 14 years? (ouch that hurt to say)
Level D Sim
Trying to get to 100hrs night time and still a few hours short. Have about 8hrs in level d sim at night that was part of an approved part 135 progam. Can those hours be used towards the 100hrs of night for atp? Been getting a few different answers on this one. Thanks
I'm an oldie, but trying to come back! NEED FSX HELP!
Hi all, to most of you I am probably a stranger and a newbie. Lets just say I am a repeat newbie, I used to be on here almost every day when I first got FSX and was really into it as a young kid along with this poplar forum. I had a great time trying too max out all my setting on my cheap piece o...
Helicopter - Fixed Wing
I have an FAA ATP (helicopter) 3500+ hours P1 - of which about 2500 are turbine - of which 1000 are muti crew medium twins (IFR). Right now I am just about at the top of my game - flying in New York City as Captain of a S76, regularly flying into JFK or LGA IMC (much fun). I am now consid...
Current ATP Students? Indy, Chicago, Bowling Green?
Hi, I am reviewing ATP as an option for flight school. I'd be starting from zero time and do the commercial pilot program. Is anyone currently studying there? How is your experience so far? Are you pleased?Also specifically has anyone gone to the Indy, Chicago, or Bowling Green ATP school...
Trying --Still Trying.?
Hi just here to try and explain my problem .???But I've been ill with the Flue for nearly 2 weeks so only just stated to get my head around it.After the blue screen i had a game screen that looked like this with no airports and the picture jumped just as-though my card wasn't working at all.??...
Found this post really helpful on requirements for a restricted ATP: ATP-CTP Course Requirements - Restricted ATP Requirements |
What's your end game?
So chances are if you're reading this you're flying for a living. (Except Butters) So cool, you're doing it! But uuhh, what's your end game? Do you plan on flying until you retire? If so about what age are you targeting? Or do you plan on getting into another line of work, or staying with the sam...
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