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Airline Transport Professionals - ATP Flight School

 
ATP provides professional, accelerated flight training at 30 flight schools across the U.S. ATP's Airline Training Programs prepare students for airline pilot careers with nationwide flying experience in multi-engine aircraft. Additional flight training courses include ATP certificate, multi-engine rating, ATP & FEX written prep & exams, Certified Flight Instructor ratings, and instrument proficiency checks.

Thousands of U.S. military and civilian pilots have come to ATP for over 29 years by word-of-mouth referrals from satisfied professional pilots. ATP's commitment to low prices; efficient, standardized, and effective flight training programs; and most importantly the highest level of safety continues to exceed customers' expectations.
 
 
Daytona Beach International Airport
PO Box 1784
Ponte Vedra Beach, FL 32004
United States of America

toll-free 1-800-255-2877
Fax 904-273-2164

info@allatps.com
www.atpflightschool.com
 

 


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From Lowell Sharkey on 17-Feb-2013

 
  Flew in for lunch at Ricks Cafe Boatyard -right across street and good food. FBO staff was courteous and friendly and offered free water. Get over the $8 ramp fee and buy some fuel and it's waived! Remember someone has to pay for that ramp space you are occupying and supporting the resident FBO is a good way to assure they will be there the next time you want to fly in for a nice lunch or evening meal (with musical entertainment).
 
From Bruce Jenkins on 19-Dec-2012

 
  Outstanding Service and reasonable pricing are just the tip of the caring, excellent service and attitude by Jon Jury (GM) and his well trained staff. We have been flying into DAB for 30 years and ATP sets new standards in FBO's. By remembering the way "it used to be."
 
From James Fisher on 19-Feb-2012

 
  For those of you who like to fly into Eagle Creek to dine at Rick's Cafe Boatyard, you might want to skip it and go elsewhere since Eagle Creek now has an $8 fee for parking! Unless, of course you purchase some fuel. But, again for those who make it a short hop for the dining and don't need fuel you might think of an alternate airport with a restaurant that doesn't gouge small General Aviation aircraft.
 
From Lt. Col. Orlando Burgos on 02-Jan-2012

 
  Stellar FBO with outstanding personal service & Great Fuel Prices. My thanks to Jon Jury FBO manager and his staff for making our early morning departure after a two-week visit to Florida painless. Happy New Year.
 
 
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