SFI / TRI Courses are tailored to your needs. We use company or manufacturer SOPs, in order to enhance training quality delivered by the future TRI. A wide range of aircraft types are available, as we have access to simulators woldwide.
TRE courses are offered in conjunction with national CAA’s or the operator.
- Professional license issued by an EASA member state, or a non EASA license acceptable to the authority
- Minimum 1500 hours on multi-pilot aeroplanes
- Successfully completed the related Type Rating course
Within the last 12 months preceding the application, candidate must have completed:
- Proficiency check
- 3 legs on applicable aircraft type (or 2 LOFT based simulator sessions)
At least 30 route sectors completed within the last 12 months preceding the application to include take-offs and landings as Pilot-in-Command or Co-Pilot on the applicable aircraft type’s. No more than 15 sectors may be completed in a full flight simulator.
As applicable, depending on participants’ perquisites, previous experience and licence endorsements
- Teaching & Learning by external provider
- Instructor Training FFS Flight Training
- Observation Session FFS
- Practical SFI/TRI FFS Training U/S
- AoC (assessment) FCL.935 (FFS)
- Study Material
- 7-14 days (pending previous experience-credits)
The type rating licence endorsement is conducted in accordance with EASA Part-FCL regulations.
- Valid and current CPL with ME/IR
- ATPL (written exam)
- English ICAO Level 4 certificate or above
- Type Rating with Skill Check completed
- Ground School – CBT and Classroom
- Performance Ground School
- Manuals and course study materials provided
- 1 – 2 days
Classroom trainings for operators are offered at the most suitable location.
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