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Frequently Asked Questions
What Aircraft do you provide training in?
For a complete list of aircraft we train in, please see the Aircraft We Train In page.
How much will my training cost?
Training cost is determined individually, based on a variety of factors including skill and during. Please contact us to request a quote.
What if I have multiple pilots?
We provide multiple pilot discounts. Ask our representative for details.
Do you provide pro-pilot discounts?
In most cases, depending on the similar aircraft experience, and overall experience and ratings held.
How long is the training course?
Typical initial course is 3-4 days depending on model of aircraft. Recurrent training is typically 2-3 days depending on model of aircraft.
How many hours of dual instruction can I expect for the training course?
We provide up to 10 hours dual instruction for initial training courses. We provide up to 5 hours of dual instruction for recurrent training course. We provide as dual instruction as required for supplemental instruction depending on insurance requirements.
Will you send me a reminder notice for next year?
Once we have your information on our database, we will email you with a reminder for due date on your recurrent training, and medical expiration date if provided.
What is your cancellation policy?
ATM reserves the right to recoup instructor’s costs incurred as a result of scheduled training cancellation for expenses that lead up to the travel date for the training event scheduled via ATM confirmation. Once confirmation has been submitted to the customer all expenses incurred by the instructor are subject to re-imbursement from the customer. ATM reserves the right to collect those incurred expenses plus a $50 handling fee should the training event not be rescheduled.
Why do you wish to use an FBO facility?
We want your undivided attention. A sterile classroom helps your concentration, and keeps your cost down.
Do I need to answer all the questions on the enrollment form?
It sure helps us avoid asking questions later. Our new database will track your progress, and allow us to better tailor the syllabus. Please answer as many questions as you can on initial submission, and fill in as many blank spaces as you can before the training event. The more complete information the database is, the better we can serve you.
What information is essential?
The fully completed Registration form is sufficient to get you "on the SCHEDULE". We will need more information to make any customization to your syllabus. If your insurance underwriter has special requirements, we need even more data to communicate with them. Absolutely essential information is: name of pilot to be trained; name of individual or organization that is requesting the training; type of training (initial, recurrent, supplemental, advanced avionics); insurance information, broker, phone number, underwriter; make, model N-number, serial number, variant; location of training; desired training dates.
What do you do with the information?