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ATP certificate question

chperplt

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Went on the FAA's interactive database to see if my ATP had been added.

There is no mention of my instrument rating on this.. Is that normal with an ATP and type or did someone mess up?

thanks

DOI : 06/13/2002
Certificate: AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT
Rating(s):
AIRLINE TRANSPORT PILOT
AIRPLANE MULTIENGINE LAND
COMMERCIAL PRIVILEGES
AIRPLANE SINGLE ENGINE LAND
Type Ratings
A/BE-1900
Limits
BE-1900 SECOND IN COMMAND REQUIRED.
 

DC-3TP

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Yes, That is normal not to have any mention of an instrument rating on your ATP. You must have an instrument rating to be eligible for an ATP.
 

bobbysamd

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ATP

I agree. I hold both single and multi ATPs and my file doesn't show an instrument rating for either.

Really, when you think about it, an ATP is a souped-up instrument rating.
 

Dep676

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Where do you find this info at? Is it on the FAA website? I didn't see anything there. I didn't look real hard either.

Thanks
 
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