Hey there. Im Jonathan I’m 18 years old and I just finished High School. My dream is to be a pilot a one of the major airlines.
I was recently doing research on the different flight school there are. At first I was looking at Spartan Aviation College, since the 2 years for an Associates degree and a possibility to get the a Bachelor with 2 more years seemed really attractive. But after doing some more research and finding out the differences between regional accreditation and national accreditation I lost the interest.
So I came up with a new plan. Try ATP’s accelerated program to get my flight training, then get to 1500 flight ours and start flying with a regional airline. Then while I’m working at a regional airline get my BC degree online. I think this would be the most effective way to have a good chance to work for a Major Airline.
This is where my question comes; is this a good pathway?
Now that I have my target set and I’m willing to work hard to achieve it I have some other questions.
What is the average response time of ATP Admissions? I requested more info about 5 days ago and then I requested to star my admission process but they never replied.
Also are there any differences between which ATP location im going to attend? right now im planning on attending one in Dallas, since my mom lives there and I could save up on housing expenses.