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Flight Training

Flight Training

All training programs are drawn up in accordance with JAR-FCL 2 (H), JAR-145, JAR-147, JAR-OPS 3 (H) Subpart N 3.945 for theoretical and simulator training. Upon a Customer's request, a specific program/s can be developed on the basis of these training programs. The number of theoretical and practical training sessions can be further alternated, taking into consideration the level of students' experience and program requirements.

Theoretical and Simulator training for flight crew and Theoretical and On-job practical training for technical staff is required as per the Training Program requirements. Successful passing of the final test are obligatory conditions for students to be granted Certificates (approved by the Department of Civil Aviation of the Kyrgyz Republic and General Civil Aviation Authority of the United Arab Emirates).

Minimum Students Requirements for the Flight Simulator Recurrent Training Course for Helicopter Mi-17-1V/ Mi-171

  • Pilot applicants are required to provide Pilot License and higher or secondary education - Pilot Qualification Certificate.
  • Flight Engineer Applicants are required to provide Flight Engineer License  and higher or secondary education - Flight Engineer Qualification Certificate;
  • Students are required demonstrate the level of the English language in accordance with JAR-FCL 2.200.
  • Information on the total flight hours per type of aircraft according to the pilot/ flight engineer log book shall be provided.

 

Training consists of:

 

  • Pre-flight training
  • Hovering flights, circuit flights and zone flights
  • Instructions on safety measures, rules of leaving in emergency situations
  • Pre-flight inspection
  • Aeronautic data entry and check, taxing, running and braking, 360 degree turns with visual orientation
  • Start preparation, start, engines run-up, systems and equipment checking according to the pre-flight inspection map
  • Climbing, hovering, descending and autorotation descending with visual orientation
  • Piloting and en-route flight with radio navigation equipment and visual orientation
  • Abnormal and emergency situations such as day and nighttime flight, using landing and taxi lights at dusk and in different weather conditions