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Type Rating

B737 Type Rating

EASA/UK CAA Approved Training Organisation, offers a suite of pilot training services, as well as a dry lease on A320 and B737 NG Level D FFS, at our training center near London Gatwick Airport, UK.

  • 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 Skills Test (LST) – 4 hours (2 hours per Pilot)

Full Type Rating - Boeing 737 300-900 Detail:

Classroom sessions cover:

  • B737 600-900 Aircraft systems
  • FMGC Training
  • EICAS Training
  • Mass & Balance*
  • Performance*
  • EASA/ CAA exams
  • Duration: 12 days x 8hrs

Type Ratings

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TYPE RATINGS

Info

Simulator Training

Fixed base Training Device (FTD): 16 hrs
Full Flight Simulator (FFS): 32 hrs

Optional Elements

All Weather Operations (AWOP): LVO Initial qualification training 4hrs FFS
Zero Flight Time Simulator training 4hrs FFS
Combined LST/OPC aligned to operator Recurrent Training cycle at operator request

Licence Skills Test

Full Flight Simulator (FFS): 4 hrs
Conducted according to SRG 1158

Location

Boeing 737 Type Rating location Burgess Hill

Address:
Burgess Hill
West Sussex

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

  • Hold at least a valid Commercial Pilots License, CPL/A and multi-engine instrument rating ME-IR for first Type Rating, 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 with approval from the CAA.

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)

We can also provide type ratings on the a330 but please get in touch if you would like to find out more

Prices & How To Book

Due to the changing nature of flight simulator availability, prices for this course can vary depending on your flexibility with dates and locations. Please fill in the form below and we will call you back to let you know the latest pricing for this course.

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