We can advise you on setting up ATO or TRTO structures. We're experienced in development of course footprints and training syllabi, and when necessary, the approval of these courses by relevant Aviation Authorities.
Airline Flight Crew Training
Our team can assist your ATO or Airline with various training footprints. We have experience in developing training footprints, TRTO setups, airline training and can therefore assist you with the development of your desired training syllabi. Airline training is under constant development. A close relationship with aviation researchers, civil aviation authorities, airlines and training organizations around the globe has given our team members the expertise to conduct and develop quality training regardless of the cultural environment or any limiting boundaries.
We have various course content that we can deliver but we are not limited by the various training programs listed below:
- Type Rating training on both Airbus and Boeing aircraft
- CCQ training between various Airbus types
- Multi Crew Co-ordination – MCC training
- Jet Orientation Courses
- Multi Pilot License – MPL training
- Low Visibility Operations – LVO training
- Command Training – Captain upgrade training programs
- Standard Operating Procedures – SOP training
- Category C Airport – class C airfield training
- Zero Flight Time Training – ZFTT
Our instructors have a broad experience of airline training that was accumulated over the past 35 years with major airlines ranging from various European, Middle East and Asian airlines. We can therefore provide or assist with the development of training syllabi or footprints biased to your local environment.
The information below is related to the EASA licencing regulations in force as of July 2012, summarised in UK CAA document CAP 804.
The rules supercede JAR-FCL-1, which will be withdrawn.The rules are the same for all EU countries.
The Multi Pilots Licence has been adopted in many countries worldwide. No significant variations to the MPL rules exist to our knowledge based upon information from APATS 2011, Bangkok, at which progress in the training of new pilots for this Licence in Asia Pacific region was presented.