The FAA offers the direct issuance of U.S. pilot certificates to holders of Canadian pilot certificates. Qualified Canadian pilots may take a condensed, knowledge test and earn an FAA pilot certificate based on their Canadian pilot certificate, without having to take a flight test. The FAA knowledge test is 40 questions for single engine (ASC), and 60 questions for multi engine (ACM). Testing for multi engine requires completion of an ATP Certification Training Program (ATP-CTP). See FAA Knowledge Test Eligibility requirements section below.
Our Canadian Conversion Online Ground School has been tailored to meet the specific needs of pilots seeking FAA certificates based on their Canadian certificates. With Canadian Conversion OGS, there is no need to pick and choose study units from other courses; it's all right here. Gleim OGS contains all of the specific information that is necessary to study for the Pilot Knowledge test in an easily accessible, immediately available online format. With OGS, you can start working for your reciprocal FAA pilot certificate today!
About the course
This course is available for the ATP Multi-engine (ACM), airplane-only. The study units correspond to the knowledge areas tested on the FAA's Conversion exams. Looking for ATP Conversion Single-engine (ASC)? Call us at 800-874-5346 ext. 471.
- Emulate the actual exam at the major testing centers
- This will thoroughly prepare you for the FAA knowledge test
Also available for
- Private Pilot Conversion (PCP)
- Instrument Rating Conversion (ICP)
- Commercial Pilot Conversion (CCP)
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Airline Transport Pilot Contents
- NTSB Part 830, 14 CFR Parts 1, 61, 119
- 14 CFR Parts 91, 108, Hazardous Materials
- Federal Aviation Regulations: Part 121
- Federal Aviation Regulations: Part 135
- Airspace and Airports
- Air Traffic Control
- IFR Navigation Equipment, Holding, and Approaches
- IFR Flights
- Weather Reports and Forecasts
- Dispatcher-Specific Questions
FAA Knowledge Test Eligibility
A person who applies for the knowledge test for an airline transport pilot certificate with an airplane category multi-engine class rating must present a graduation certificate from an authorized training provider under Parts 121, 135, 141, or 142 certifying the applicant has completed their training in an Airline Transport Pilot Certified Training Program (ATP-CTP) approved by the FAA. Find a list of ATP-CTP providers here.
This policy applies only to products that are purchased directly from Gleim Publications, Inc.
Duration: 12 Months
Access to the Online Ground School Course will expire 12 months from the date of purchase. If you have not completed the course and you need access after the expiration date, you may purchase a 12 month extension at half the current purchase price. You will have 30 days to purchase an extension.
We regularly communicate with the FAA and continuously monitor its website for changes to the FAA's knowledge tests. While the FAA no longer releases the complete database of knowledge test questions, sample questions are released on a quarterly basis and incorporated into our material as appropriate.
Whenever changes are made, they will be automatically incorporated into the course with no input or additional work needed on your end. Thus, you can be confident that this course contains everything you will need to pass your knowledge test with ease.