Theoretical Knowledge Instruction consists of 92* programmed academic training hours over a period of 16 training days. It includes computer-based training (CBT), Mock-up of a flight deck, Classroom Instruction, practical training and examinations, Limitations, Mass & Balance Calculations, Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) Performance (Tables) and Operational Procedures Training.
The Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) course secures you with realistic training while learning to operate multi-pilot, multi-engine airplanes under IFR.
The practical part will be done at the location of BAA Training partners owning ATR 72-600 FFS. Flight Phase Instruction consists of 9 sessions, 36 hours in total. A minimum period of eleven days is required, and the training time is divided between Pilot Flying and Pilot Not Flying. The last session is a skill test. A briefing starts an hour before the flight session, whereas debriefing lasts for an hour after the session.
Flight training is performed within 60 days after a successful completion of training in the FFS. Base training for multi-pilot airplanes for a trainee pilot having over 500 hours of MPA experience in aircraft of a similar size includes at least 4 landings, of which at least one is a full stop. In all other cases, the student completes at least 6 landings. The airplane training provided is at most 2 hours.
70 hours as a pilot-in-command (PIC) of an aeroplane
Valid CPL (ATPL theory) or ATPL
Valid multi-engine (ME) and instrument rating (IR)
Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
MCC and Advanced UPRT (only for EASA and only for the first type) certificate of completion*
*MCC can be integrated into the Type Rating training upon request. Advanced UPRT can be arranged separately at our flight school in Lleida-Alguaire.
English language proficiency
ICAO level 4
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