Multi-Engine Time Building/ATP

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Course Overview

The Multi-Engine Time Building / ATP Add-On course is designed for current or former military fixed-wing pilots who do not meet the multi-engine flight time requirements (50 Hours) to hold FAA Airline Transport Rating (Multi-Engine).  Pilots who enter this course should already meet all other total fixed wing flight time requirements for the ATP. 

Typically, aviators who fall into this category are:

  • Military helicopter pilots who transitioned to fixed wing (Example: Navy H-60 pilot to T-6 Instructor) 

Course Outline

SkyWarrior Flight Training (Pensacola, FL)

Course outline Overview:

  • Aviation Ground & Aircraft Familiarity

  • Multi-Engine Training and Time building to FAA ATP requirements

  • ATP Multi-Engine Check Ride

  • 121 Aviation Prep Course/737 Simulator Fam

Bell Murray Aviation (Dallas, TX)

The Bell Murray Jet Transition Couse will consist of the following:

  • 121 Airline Operations Ground School

  • Boeing 737 Flight Simulator Training

A full course curriculum will be given to pilots once they have successfully completed the Destination 225 interview and have a class start date with SkyWarrior.

Who is eligible?

Pilot's entering this course must meet the following criteria:

  • Served as a rotor/fixed wing pilot in the US Military

  • Except for multi-engine, meet all other total fixed-wing flight time requirements for the ATP,

  • Do not hold the FAA ATP Multi-Engine Rating

Are financing options available for this program?

Pathway participants who would like to offset the out of pocket cost of this program have multiple options available they may apply for including:

I am eligible and would like to apply, what is my next step?

Pilots who meet the basic eligibility requirements to enter this program will need to apply to directly to the Destination 225 program.  Additional information on the Destination 225 military pathway program as well as the official program application can be found on the Southwest website here.