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Airline Transport Pilot Program

Airline Transport Pilot Program

OCFC’S Airline Transport Pilot program is designed for students that are able to fly full time which is a minimum of three days a week and five hours a day per day.  For those students requiring scheduling accommodations due to other commitments such as employment or university education, OCFC offers training under Part 61 and Part 141 instruction which permits a flexible schedule and also extends estimated program completion times.  Furthermore, all Airline Transport Pilots (ATP) must have met the requirements of the 1500 -hour rule which means that an ATP student must have logged 1,500 hours in order to fly for passenger or cargo airlines. 

It’s Easy!

Step 1.

Submit the Online Enrollment Application Form

Step 2.

Pay $250 Application Processing Fee

Step 3.

Schedule Your Appointment for Enrollment and Flight Training!

Program application fee includes a FREE Demo Flight!

Training Programs:

  1. Private Pilot License
  2. Instrument Pilot Rating
  3. Commercial Pilot License Single-Engine
  4. Certified Flight Instructor
  5. Certified Flight Instructor Instrument Program*
  6. Commercial Pilot License Multi-Engine Program
  7. Multi-Engine Flight Instructor Rating Program
  8. Qualify to be hired be hired as a Commercial Airline Pilot
* Upon completion of training programs 1 through 5 above you will be eligible to be hired and get paid to instruct and build flight time to 1,500 hours requirement at OCFC. OCFC guarantees such employment to eligible OCFC standardized domestic candidates.


  1. You must be at least 16 years old to solo.
  2. You must be 17 years of age to obtain your Private Pilot’s license.
  3. You must be a US citizen or be TSA approved.
  4. You must be proficient in the English language.
  5. You must be able to pay the requisite fees up to $2500.00 at a time and in advance for aircraft rental and flight training.
  6. You must be able to obtain an FAA medical certificate.

The Enrollment Process

Admission to OCFC is open 12 month’s a year with fligh training for new students commencing on the first of every month. OCFFC flight training hours are between 8am through 8pm every day including Saturdays, Sundays and holidays. Students may enroll at any time and choose various financing options available to domestic students, including pay as you go, accelerated and discounted fee program, a 15% discount applicable to students and outside financing.

Step 1:
Evaluate your eligibility and ability to finance your training to completion.

Step 3:
Attach the following documents:

  • A copy of valid US passport OR A copy of a valid foreign passport and Permanent resident card and/or evidence of non-immigrant visa with authorization to live, work and stay in the United States and be TSA approved.
  • Establish your ability to read, write and speak English.
  • Be able to obtain an FAA medical certificate.

Step 5:
Select your training program, choose financing options and pay requisite fees with an option to pay with a credit card on file or financing approved to complete your training program.

Step 6:

Attend a student orientation conducted by OCFC staff in person or via Skype.

Step 7:
Commence your training program any time beginning first of every month.

OCFC Uses the Following:

Aircraft Renter’s Insurance

While OCFC training aircraft are fully insured ALL students are expected to maintain their own liability and hull insurance as much as the student can afford and consitent with aircraft rental agreement.


All OCFC students will be provided with OCFC shirts to be worn during all active training.


Student Lockers will be made available to all students between 8am to 8pm.


At all times students are expected to maintain good hygiene.  Hand sanitizers are provided at various locations at OCFC and masks are available for free upon request at OCFC dispatch counters.

Full Time Airline Transport Pilot Program


Rate Sheet Option "F"

Private Pilot Program

*$ 21,300

Instrument Rating Program:

*$ 11,670.00

Commercial Pilot Program:

*$ 33,340.00

Certified Flight Instructor: CFL

* $ 13,650.00

Certified Flight Instructor Instrument: CFIl

* $ 6,040.00

Total Program Cost/Tuition

*$ 86,000

*Includes 20 hr Simulator Time


Non-Tuition Related Expenses

TSA Registration




FAA Medical Exam


FAA records and Scheduling


Course Materials and Books


Kings Online Access


FAA written Exam


FAA Check Ride


Total Non-Tuition related

*$2,865 approximately 

Optional:Multi-Engine Commercial Rating


Optional: Housing and Transport

$750—$1,200 / month

OCFC Resources

OCFC Course Program and Rates

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OCFC Course Program & Rates

FAA Part 141 Requirements

Visit the FAA Website for a complete list of
Part 141 requirements.

FAA Part 61 Requirements

Visit the FAA Website for a complete list of
Part 61 requirements.

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