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I graduated from a college with 60 credits that are related to aviation but I got my IR and CPL from out of school which is part 61. Am I still qualified as a candidate who can apply for a 1000hr R-ATP?

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  • $\begingroup$ It's not really a dupe but this question probably covers the same information. See this answer in particular. $\endgroup$ – Pondlife Sep 11 '19 at 15:31
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Part 61.160 says no:

(b) A person may apply for an airline transport pilot certificate with an airplane category multiengine class rating or an airline transport pilot certificate concurrently with an airplane type rating with a minimum of 1,000 hours of total time as a pilot if the person:

(1) Holds a Bachelor’s degree with an aviation major from an institution of higher education, as defined in §61.1, that has been issued a letter of authorization by the Administrator under §61.169;

(2) Completes 60 semester credit hours of aviation and aviation-related coursework that has been recognized by the Administrator as coursework designed to improve and enhance the knowledge and skills of a person seeking a career as a professional pilot;

(3) Holds a commercial pilot certificate with an airplane category and instrument rating if:

(i) The required ground training was completed as part of an approved part 141 curriculum at the institution of higher education; and

(ii) The required flight training was completed as part of an approved part 141 curriculum at the institution of higher education or at a part 141 pilot school that has a training agreement under §141.26 of this chapter with the institution of higher education; and

(4) Presents official transcripts or other documentation acceptable to the Administrator from the institution of higher education certifying that the graduate has satisfied the requirements in paragraphs (b)(1) through (3) of this section.

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Unfortunately, I don’t believe you are. The rule for 1000-hour restricted ATP is that you have to graduate from an approved four-year part 141 university with a commercial license earned at that school. BoldMethod describes it pretty well:

https://www.boldmethod.com/blog/2013/08/1500-hour-rule-restricted-atp/

There’s also a link towards the bottom of that page that leads to the FAA, which explains the exceptions.

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