Rocky Mountain High for ATP Flight School’s new training centre

ATP aircraft

US training provider ATP Flight School has opened a new airline pilot training centre at the Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (BJC), just outside Boulder, Colorado.

ATP has a fast-track airline career pilot programme with a direct path from zero experience through to airline job.

Students in Boulder will have access to various offers including

  • Full financing for career training
  • Airline tuition reimbursement from 12 airline partners
  • Cadet programmes providing a direct pathway to the major airlines
  • ATP’s offer of a guaranteed flight instructor job to meet airline hiring minimums.

The Boulder training centre is ATP’s second in the area – the other is at the Centennial Airport.

ATP’s dedicated Denver maintenance facility will safely maintain Boulder’s fleet of Cessna 172 aircraft. Part of a 100-aircraft fleet order, these factory-new aircraft prepare students for successful careers by using the latest Garmin G1000 NXi avionics to develop proficiency with electronic flight decks.

“ATP is committed to providing aspiring airline pilots with the most efficient path to not only meet their goals but go further in their careers with more opportunity,” said Michael Arnold, director of marketing at ATP Flight School.

“We are proud to be able to offer students in the region with access to quality, airline-oriented flight training, which has been proven by more ATP graduates flying for airlines than from any other academy.”