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AW139 helicopter simulator experience
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  • Hold a valid CASA PPL(H), CPL(H), or ATPL(H)
  • Hold a valid medical certificate (Class II mini)
  • Justify a English Language Proficiency (ICAO Level 4 minimum)
  • Hold a valid Instrument rating (only for IFR TR)
  • Hold a current multi engine Type Rating
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  • AW139 Single/Multi Pilot Type Rating CASA approved zero-flight-time V/IFR syllabus, consisting of:
    • 60 hours theory training course:
      • Aircraft Systems description
      • Limitations
      • Performances
      • Flight planning and monitoring
      • Emergency procedures
    • 16 hours in CAE S3000 Level D CASA/EASA/OEM approved simulator :
      • 8 hours VFR
      • 6 hours IFR (if IFR Type Rating)
      • 2 hour assessment
      • 2 hour flight training
Pilots attending a multi-pilot type rating course spend a total of 32 hours in the Simulator as training is completed with a flying partner.
  • B412 V/IFR Pilot Type Rating:
    • 42 hours theory training course:
    • Aircraft Systems description
    • Limitations
    • Performances
    • Flight planning and monitoring
    • Emergency procedures
  • 14 hours in B412 Helicopter :
    • 10 hours VFR
    •  2 hours IFR (if IFR Type Rating)
    • 2 hours assessment
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Type Rating – AW139 and B412

Our Type Rating Courses provide knowledge and proficiency necessary to acquire a AW139 or B412 helicopter type rating, the pilot student being already rated on another type of the same group (multi-engine turbine).

Our Type Rating Courses provide knowledge and proficiency necessary to acquire a AW139 or B412 helicopter type rating, the pilot student being already rated on another type of the same group (multi-engine turbine).
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PREREQUISITES
Applicants must:

  • Hold a valid CASA PPL(H), CPL(H), or ATPL(H)
  • Hold a valid medical certificate (Class II mini)
  • Justify a English Language Proficiency (ICAO Level 4 minimum)
  • Hold a valid Instrument rating (only for IFR TR)
  • Hold a current multi engine Type Rating

COURSE CONTENT

  • AW139 Single/Multi Pilot Type Rating
    CASA approved zero-flight-time V/IFR syllabus, consisting of:

    • 60 hours theory training course:
      • Aircraft Systems description
      • Limitations
      • Performances
      • Flight planning and monitoring
      • Emergency procedures
    • 16 hours in CAE S3000 Level D CASA/EASA/OEM approved simulator :
      • 8 hours VFR
      • 6 hours IFR (if IFR Type Rating)
      • 2 hour assessment
      • 2 hour flight training

Pilots attending a multi-pilot type rating course spend a total of 32 hours in the Simulator as training is completed with a flying partner.

  • B412 V/IFR Pilot Type Rating:
    • 42 hours theory training course:
    • Aircraft Systems description
    • Limitations
    • Performances
    • Flight planning and monitoring
    • Emergency procedures
  • 14 hours in B412 Helicopter :
    • 10 hours VFR
    •  2 hours IFR (if IFR Type Rating)
    • 2 hours assessment

CERTIFICATE
After successful completion, the pilot student will be awarded a CASR Part 61 certificate of approved training for the type rating.

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