King Schools Cut Price of ATP Ground School 50%


San Diego, CA, January 30, 2014: Pilots wanting to beat the FAA deadline by getting their ATPs before August 1, 2014–after which new requirements make it much more difficult–are being treated to a 50% saving on the ATP ground school and test prep from King Schools. Today, John and Martha King announced that King Schools will temporarily cut the price of their Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Interactive Video Ground School and Exam Prep course by 50%. The new $149 price will remain in effect until August 1st, 2014 when new ATP training requirements go into effect. If you qualify for an ATP Certificate, you will want to obtain it before that deadline because waiting just one day longer will require you to do very expensive and time consuming full-motion, large-jet simulator and classroom training.

“If you have the hours, we want to motivate you to get your ATP now. Otherwise, you may miss an opportunity that will not come back. In fact, the high cost associated with getting an ATP after August 1st may prevent many pilots from ever achieving this cherished certificate,” remarked Martha King.

“Many pilots prepare for the ATP exam by spending countless hours memorizing exact answers. It is actually easier to spend the same amount of time working to understand the concepts instead, and a lot more responsible, rewarding and fun,” said John.

The King ATP ground school course takes customers through each important topic with full-screen, bite-sized video segments, averaging 10 minutes in length. Each lesson is automatically followed by a quiz using actual FAA questions to check knowledge retention. The course tracks customer progress and includes a test prep section where customers can view questions by subject area, answered status, marked questions or in any combination. Unlimited, random practice tests are also available.

“We are so confident in the effectiveness of our ATP course that we guarantee customers will pass their FAA exam or they get their money back,” commented John. “The ATP is the most difficult of the FAA exams,” added Martha. “It requires extensive study and we have put in tremendous effort to simplify and clarify each topic, while keeping it fun.”

The King Schools ATP Ground School and Test Prep course now sells for $149 and is available either online or on computer-installed PC-compatible discs. The online course allows working pilots to complete their study while on the road. All they need is an Internet connection and a web browser.

For more information, go to or call toll-free 1-800-854-1001 (worldwide +1-858-541-2200).