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Conversion to FAA - Airline Career Program

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Global Atlantis Professional Conversion Pilot Program is designed for pilots who already hold an ICAO license who want to continue their career in Aviation and obtain their FAA Certificates.

This course includes converting the Private Foreign licence, Instrument, Commercial and Flight Instructor Certificates.
Pilots also have the option to complete a degree in aviation to further your education and meet the airline standards.

Private Pilot License

A private pilot certificate is a license that permits the holder to act as the pilot-in-command of an aircraft privately (not for pay). You will then move on to completing the hour requirements for Instrument and Commercial certificates.


Private Pilot Training (part 61) 1 Week To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training 1.5 Hrs
Dual Instruction Cessna 172 SEL 1.5 Hrs
Private Pilot Foreign License Validation Included

Summary Requirements

  • Hold a foreign Private or Commercial License. The foreign pilot license must have been issued by a foreign Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) that is a member state of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), and the foreign pilot license must be valid.
  • Hold a current foreign medical or obtain an FAA medical upon arrival to the States
  • Be able to read, write, speak and understand English
  • Verifying the Authenticity of a Foreign License or Rating. Must apply for verification of that pilot license at least 90 days before arriving to begin flight training – Global Atlantis will complete this application for the student
  • Applicant will be issued a Restricted FAA Private Certificate based on the foreign license (Certificate will become unrestricted upon completion of the Commercial exam)
  • Applicant Completes a Flight Review with an FAA CFI

Flight Training Certificates
FAA Restricted Private Certificate

Training Aircraft
Cessna 172 SEL


*If the student meets the standards

Instrument Rating

If you already have an Instrument Rating on your foreign license you must still complete some hour requirements in the U.S. under supervision of an FAA Certified Flight Instructor.
A written test is required and upon completion of an oral / practical test with an FAA Aviation Examiner you will receive your Instrument Rating.


Instrument Rating (part 61) 1 month To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training 10 Hrs
Dual Instruction Cessna 172 SEL 17 Hrs
Practical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate
  • At least 17 years of age
  • Medical: Class II (in preparation for Commercial Privileges)
  • Current Letter of Verification of Foreign License
  • Be able to read, write, speak and understand English

Flight Training Certificates
FAA Restricted Instrument Rating

Training Aircraft
Cessna 172 SEL


*If the student meets the standards

Commercial Pilot License

A commercial pilot license allows you to act as a pilot of an aircraft carrying persons and/or property for compensation or hire.


Commercial Pilot Training (part 61) 1 month To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training 5 Hrs
Dual Instruction Complex SEL 10 Hrs
Pratical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Private Pilot Certificate and Instrument Rating
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Medical: Class II
  • Current Letter of Verification of Foreign License
  • Be able to read, write, speak and understand English

Flight Training Certificates
FAA Commercial Pilot

Training Aircraft
Piper Arrow PA 28R 200 SEL


*If the student meets the standards

Certified Flight Instructor

In this Program you will become proficient in the Learning and Teaching Process to qualify as an FAA Certified Flight Instructor SEL (Single Engine Land) in approximately 60 days.
Note: Spin training is required for the completion of the Initial CFI, please see Additional Training
Note: CFII (Certified Flight Instructor-Instrument) training is highly recommended to qualify for job opportunities teaching instrument students.


Certified Flight Instructor Rating (part 61) 2 months To Complete*


PROGRAM HOURS
Ground Training (Group) 25 Hrs
Dual Instruction Complex SEL 10 Hrs
Pratical Exam (Aircraft Rent) 1.5 Hrs

Summary Requirements

  • Hold an FAA Commercial pilot certificate
  • Medical: Class II

Flight Training Certificates
Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)

Training Aircraft
Piper Arrow PA 28R 200


*If the student meets the standards

Associate Degree in Pilot Technology

Obtaining a degree in aviation will put you at the top of the line in the eyes of your potential employer.
Available courses are Associate, Bachelor and Master degrees depending on your current education level.
By taking these courses you may be eligible for Optional Practical Training Opportunity to build flight time and reach the qualification experience required by the airlines, while earning appropriate competitive compensation.


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Summary Requirements

  • Hold a High School Diploma
  • If English is not a native language, students must take an English proficiency test, such as TOEFL, IELTS or provide a US High School Diploma.

Services Included within Global Atlantis Flight Training Programs


Visa, Admin & Enrollment

Online Ground School

Books and Supplies

Custom Pilot Shirt

Weekly Reports

Online Schedule

Academic Calendar Training

Personal Student Advisor

Supervison from Aviation Experts

Practical Training Opportunity **

Job Interview Preperation

Airline Interview Guaranteed

*If the student meets the standards

Airline Interview Guaranteed

In United States or other regions, depending upon the job market conditions at the time of meeting qualification requirements.

  • Airline job application and interview preparation.
  • Human resources personnel from the airline will conduct a preliminary interview. They will then provide guidance for the practical interview and test to be conducted at the airline.
  • Personalized assistance from our legal department during the process for a work-permit application.
  • Relocation coordination to the united states and logistics assistance for the applicant and their family

Optional Training

  • Aviation English
  • Spin Training
  • High Performance Training
  • Tailweel Endorsement
  • Jet Orientation Course
  • International Flight Operations
  • Commercial Pilot Multi Engine Add-on
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