In a recent development, a flight school training center has moved in at the Tucson International Airport.
This is ATP’s first flight training school and its third in Arizona. In total, ATP has 38 training schools around the country.
The Students can get pilot certification in nine months under the Airline Career Pilot Program.
Benefits include guaranteed flight instructor jobs with the school to gain experience and build flight time to meet airline hiring minimums and airline-paid tuition reimbursement, in partnership with Arizona-based Mesa Airlines.
While training, students can earn up to $15,000 in financial assistance through the airline. Other than this, an additional $7,500 will be paid during their first year as an airline pilot.
“We are committed to providing students with a complete career solution that allows them to gain certification at a fixed-cost in the shortest timeframe, with the resources and airline connections they need to take their careers further, faster,” said Michael Arnold, the school’s director of marketing. “ATP remains focused on serving its customers with the most professional training in the industry.”
The trainees will utilize ATP’s fleet of Cessna 172 Skyhawks at the Tucson facility.