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A320 PIC Initial Certification, ATP/Type Rating, Part 61

This course provides the crewmember with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain an A320 Type Rating.

 

  1. Prerequisites :

    • Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land

    • Instrument Rating

    • ATP written

    • Meets the requirements of Part 61

  2. Course Duration : Approximately 20 Days

  3. Classroom Instruction : On Site Option: 52:00 Hours

  4. System Integration Training : 16:00 Hours (classroom; CPT; simulator without motion)

  5. Simulator/Flight Training: * Paired : 12:00 Hours PF, 12:00 Hours PM (Level C or higher) 02:00 Hours LOFT (Each Pilot)

  6. Simulator/Certification Check : 3 Hours per trainee (Level C or higher)

 

 

A320 PIC Initial Certification, ATP/Type Rating, Part 61 Home Study Option

This course provides the crewmember with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain an A320 Type Rating.

 

  1. Prerequisites:

    • Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land

    • Instrument Rating

    • ATP written

    • Meets the requirements of Part 61

  2. Course Duration : Approximately 13 Days

  3. Classroom Instruction : Home Study Option: 40:00 Hrs at home + 12:00 Hrs On Site

  4. System Integration Training : 16:00 Hours (classroom; CPT; simulator without motion)

  5. Simulator/Flight Training : * Paired: 12:00 Hours PF, 12:00 Hours PM (Level C or higher) 02:00 Hours LOFT (Each Pilot)

  6. Simulator/Certification Check : 3 Hours per trainee (Level C or higher)

 

 

A320 PIC Reduced Certification, ATP/Type Rating, Part 61

This course is for crewmembers that have been previously trained and qualified as a Pilot on the A320 aircraft, with a minimum of 250 hours logged in aircraft type. The course provides the crewmember with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain an A320 Type Rating.

 

  1. Prerequisites:

    • Served as an A320 active crew member within the last 59 months,

    • Minimum of 250 hours in type

    • Hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land

    • Instrument Rating

    • ATP written; or hold an ATP

    • Meets the requirements of Part 61

  2. Course Duration : Approximately 11 Days

  3. Classroom Instruction : 21:00 Hours

  4. Simulator/Flight Training : * Paired: 12:00 Hours PF, 12:00 Hours PM or to proficiency 02:00 Hours LOFT (Each Pilot)

  5. Simulator/Certification Check : 3 Hours per trainee (Level C or higher)

 

 

A320 PIC Recurrent, Part 61.58

This course is to ensure that a PIC crewmember is adequately trained and currently proficient with respect to the A320 aircraft. The course is applicable to previously trained and qualified PIC crewmembers on the A320 aircraft.

 

  1. Prerequisites :

    • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with an A320 Type Rating.

  2. Course Duration : Approximately 4 Days

  3. Classroom Instruction : 16:00 Hours

  4. Simulator/Flight Training : * Paired: 02:00 Hours PF, 02:00 Hours PM (Level B or higher)

  5. Simulator/Proficiency Check : 3 Hours per trainee (Level B or higher)

 

 

A320 SIC Initial Qualification, Part 61.55

This course provides the SIC crewmember with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain a SIC Qualification Check, meeting the requirements of Part 61.55. The course is incomplete until documentation is provided for one takeoff and landing in the A320 aircraft.

 

  1. Prerequisites :

    • Private Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land

    • Instrument Rating

  2. Course Duration : Approximately 20 Days

  3. Classroom Instruction : On Site Option: 52:00 Hours

  4. System Integration Training : 16:00 Hours (classroom; CPT; simulator without motion)

  5. Simulator/Flight Training : * Paired: 12:00 Hours PF, 12:00 Hours PM (Level C or higher)

  6. Simulator/Qualification Check : 3 Hours per trainee (Level B or higher)

 

       **SIC Ratings cannot be issued until the student documents Takeoffs and Landings in the Aircraft

 

 

A320 SIC Initial Qualification, Part 61.55 Home Study Option

This course provides the SIC crewmember with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain a SIC Qualification Check, meeting the requirements of Part 61.55. The course is incomplete until documentation is provided for one takeoff and landing in the A320 aircraft.

 

  1. Prerequisites :

    • Private Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land

    • Instrument Rating

  2. Course Duration : Approximately 13 Days

  3. Classroom Instruction : Home Study Option: 40:00 Hrs at home + 12:00 Hrs On-Site

  4. System Integration Training : 16:00 Hours (classroom; CPT; simulator without motion)

  5. Simulator/Flight Training : * Paired: 12:00 Hours PF, 12:00 Hours PM (Level C or higher)Simulator/Qualification Check : 3 Hours per trainee (Level B or higher)

 

       **SIC Ratings cannot be issued until the student documents Takeoffs and Landings in the Aircraft

 

 

A320 SIC Recurrent, Part 61.55

This course is to ensure that a SIC crewmember is adequately trained and currently proficient with respect to the A320 aircraft. The course is applicable to previously trained and qualified SIC crewmembers on the A320 aircraft.

 

  1. Prerequisites :

    • Private Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land

    • Instrument Rating

    • Previously trained and qualified on the A320.

  2. Course Duration : Approximately 4 Days

  3. Classroom Instruction : 16:00 Hours

  4. Simulator / Flight Training : * Paired: 02:00 Hours PF, 02:00 Hours PM

  5. Simulator / Proficiency Check : 3 Hours per trainee (Level B or higher)

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