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Old 03-21-2017, 09:57 PM   #1  
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Default FAA Single Engine ATP

Hello fellow pilots

A question out there to see if anyone can help me decide on this. Just looking over my log books and found that I have enough hours for the ATP with the FAA. They are two type of FAA ATP which is a Single Engine and Multi Engine ATP in the United states. My question is that if I pursued to get a Single engine ATP instead of the Multi ATP does that qualified for the position that required ATP? Or Can i convert a single ATP to let say Thailand or Malaysia ATP? OR do Single engine ATP only good for the United states? I just don't want to spend extra $7709 to get a Multi Engine ATP in the USA if the single engine will get me job as well.. Thanks for your help
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You need the ATP in the category and class you intend to fly if you need the ATP. The Thai DCA will only convert at the equivalent levels.
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