Before starting our type rating courses, you will need to:

  • Hold or have held a valid Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (ME-IR) when commencing training (in order for the issuance of the first Type Rating)
  • Hold at least a valid Commercial Pilots Licence, (CPL) (A) and Multi-Engine Instrument Rating (IR) issued in accordance with applicable ICAO/EASA standards
  • Hold a certificate of satisfactory completion of a Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) for first Type Rating course and have theoretical knowledge equal to the requirements for an ATPL/A
  • Have at least 70 hours as pilot-in-command of an aeroplane
  • Hold a class 1 medical
  • Possess a standard of English language compliant with ICAO Level 4 English language proficiency requirements
  • Complete the pre-assessment/trainee form and provide copies of medical, required licenses, ratings and log book

N.B: These criteria are based on Part FCL requirements. Previous experience may be taken into consideration.

Equipment

You will be supplied with a company-owned laptop for the duration of the course. This will enable you to have easy access to:

  • Computer-based training
  • CAP 393 – Air Navigation: The Order and the Regulations
  • EASA Part FCL
  • EASA Part ORA
  • UK Aeronautical Information Publication (AIP)
  • Flight Manuals (A320 and B737 NG)


B737  NG Type Rating 

Course Design

The usual course breakdown is as follows:

  • Ground School, including 16 hours fixed base simulator training – 96 hours (12 x 8 hours)
  • Full Flight Simulator – 32 hours (8 x 4 hours)
  • Licence Skill Test (LST) – 4 hours (2 hours per Pilot)

A320 Type Rating

Course Design

The usual course breakdown is as follows:

  • Ground School, including 16 hours Flat Panel Trainer – 96 hours (12 x 8 hours)
  • Full Flight Simulator – 32 hours (8×4 hours)
  • Licence Skill Test (LST) – 4 hours (2 hours per Pilot)