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Jshmo23
09-16-2018, 12:06 PM
Hello,
so I am currently working towards my 1500hrs but I am a little looking to see if I qualify for any lower minimums.
I went to a 4 year Aviation universities that offers the new FAA restricted Airline Transport Pilot (R-ATP) and got a degree in aviation.
I obtained my private and instrument there but got my commercial else where part 61.
Is anyone in the same boat as me or know if I do actually qualify for lower hour requirements? Thanks in advance


PilotDil
09-16-2018, 04:59 PM
Qualifing for R-ATP, you need to do your CPL and IR in 141school. If you have 141 aviation Degree, unfortunately it's not counting towards 1000hrs or 1250hrs r-atp.

rickair7777
09-17-2018, 08:44 AM
Qualifing for R-ATP, you need to do your CPL and IR in 141school. If you have 141 aviation Degree, unfortunately it's not counting towards 1000hrs or 1250hrs r-atp.

What he said. No way to go back and fix it now, you need 1500.

Well, you could fix it if you joined the military and earned wings but it would probably be faster to just get 1500.




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