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Offering Initial, Recurrent, Reduced, Differences, Pilot In Command (PIC), Second In Command (SIC) B-767 type rating training programs for individuals and organizations. Select your desired B767 type rating option below to learn more:

B-767 Courses Available

B-767 PIC INITIAL TRAINING

This core curriculum is the approved course of training which leads to a type rating in the B767 aircraft and is also the approved course of training for those pilots that meet the Air Transport Pilot (ATP) requirements of 14 CFR Part 61 to obtain an ATP certificate. Trainees must successfully complete the applicable B767 Ground Training curriculum segments, before proceeding to the Flight Training curriculum segments.

 

Prerequisites:

  • If the trainee holds an Airline Transport Pilot or Commercial Pilot certificate with a "Limited to Centerline Thrust Restriction", he/she must complete a Centerline Thrust Limitation Removal Specialty Course prior to enrolling in this curriculum.
  • If the trainee is seeking an ATP certificate with a B767 type rating, he/she must be holder of a Commercial Pilot certificate with Multiengine Land and Instrument ratings.
  • If the applicant is seeking only an Airline Transport Pilot certificate, he/she must be holder of a Commercial Pilot certificate with Multiengine Land and Instrument ratings and an unrestricted B767 type rating.
  • If the applicant is seeking a B767 type rating on a pilot certificate, other than for an airline transport pilot certificate, that person must hold a Multiengine Land and Instrument ratings.

In addition to the above prerequisites the trainee must also meet the following regulatory requirements, as appropriate:

61.35 KNOWLEDGE TEST: PREREQUISITES AND PASSING GRADES
61.39 PREREQUISITES FOR THE PRACTICAL TEST
61.63 ADDITIONAL AIRCRAFT RATINGS
61.64 USE OF A FLIGHT SIMULATOR AND FLIGHT TRAINING DEVICE.
61.153 ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
61.157 FLIGHT PROFICIENCY
61.159 AERONAUTICAL EXPERIENCE
61.160 AERONAUTICAL EXPERIENCE – AIRPLANE CATEGORY RESTRICTED PRIVILEGES

OR

Holds an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and meets:

61.165 ADDITIONAL AIRCRAFT CATEGORY AND CLASS RATINGS, as appropriate.


Curriculum Segments and Hourly Breakdown 

B767 INITIAL TRAINING CURRICULUM PILOT IN COMMAND (PIC)

CURRICULUM SEGMENTS

HOURS

GROUND TRAINING

 

AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TRAINING
(Distance Learning or On-Site) NOTE (1)

40:00

GENERAL OPERATIONAL SUBJECTS
PREFLIGHT INSPECTION TRAINING

8:00

REVIEW & EXAMINATION

 NSTR

SYSTEM INTEGRATION TRAINING

16:00

TOTAL GROUND SCHOOL

64:00

SIMULATOR TRAINING

PAIRED

NOT PAIRED

 

12:00 PF

18:00 PF

 

12:00 PM

 

LOFT**

2:00 PF

2:00 PF

SIMULATOR PRACTICAL TEST

3:00

3:00

 

NSTR: No Specific Time Required.

** A 2 hour LOFT is required for Initial Certification or additional Rating if all training and testing is accomplished in a Level C or D simulator.

NOTE (1)

If the student selects the Distance Learning option he/she will be required to take a Validation Test prior to continuing with the course curriculum.

The student MUST achieve a minimum passing grade of 80%, corrected to 100%.

If student’s test score is less than 80%, then he/she will be retrained in the substandard areas, and a subsequent reexamination will be accomplished using a random test generator.
The above training and testing must be satisfactorily completed before student may continue with the training curriculum.

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B-767 PIC REDUCED TRAINING

This core curriculum is the approved course of training which leads to a type rating in the B767 aircraft and is also the approved course of training for those pilots that meet the Air Transport Pilot (ATP) requirements of 14 CFR Part 61 to obtain an ATP certificate. Trainees must successfully complete the applicable B767 Ground Training curriculum segments, before proceeding to the Flight Training curriculum segments.

Prerequisites:

Trainee must have been serving as a B767 active crew member within the last 59 months, with a minimum of 250 hours in type, hold a Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi-Engine Land and Instrument Rating.

If the applicant is seeking only an Airline Transport Pilot certificate, he/she must be holder of a Commercial Pilot certificate with Multiengine Land and Instrument ratings and an unrestricted B767 type rating.

In addition to the above prerequisites the trainee must also meet the following regulatory requirements, as appropriate:

61.35 KNOWLEDGE TEST: PREREQUISITES AND PASSING GRADES
61.39 PREREQUISITES FOR THE PRACTICAL TEST
61.63 ADDITIONAL AIRCRAFT RATINGS
61.153 ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS
61.157 FLIGHT PROFICIENCY
61.159 AERONAUTICAL EXPERIENCE
61.160 AERONAUTICAL EXPERIENCE – AIRPLANE CATEGORY RESTRICTED PRIVILEGES

OR

Holds an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate and meets:
61.165 ADDITIONAL AIRCRAFT CATEGORY AND CLASS RATINGS, as appropriate.

 

Curriculum Segments and Hourly Breakdown: 

B767 REDUCED TRAINING CURRICULUM PILOT IN COMMAND (PIC)

CURRICULUM SEGMENTS

HOURS

GROUND TRAINING

 

AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TRAINING
(Distance Learning or On-Site) NOTE (1)

8:00

GENERAL OPERATIONAL SUBJECTS
PREFLIGHT INSPECTION TRAINING

8:00

REVIEW & EXAMINATION

NSTR

TOTAL GROUND SCHOOL

16:00

SIMULATOR TRAINING

PAIRED

NOT PAIRED

 

12:00 PF

18:00 PF

 

12:00 PM

 

LOFT**

2:00 PF

2:00 PF

SIMULATOR PRACTICAL TEST

3:00

3:00

 

NSTR: No Specific Time Required.

NOTE (1)

If the student selects the Distance Learning option, he/she will be required to take a Validation Test prior to continuing with the course curriculum.

The student MUST achieve a minimum passing grade of 80%, corrected to 100%.

If student’s test score is less than 80%, then he/she will be retrained in the substandard areas, and a subsequent reexamination will be accomplished using a random test generator.
The above training and testing must be satisfactorily completed before student may continue with the training curriculum.

NOTE: Hours reduced if pilot completes all training events and is recommended by Instructor for Practical Test.

** A 2-hour LOFT is required for Initial Certification or additional Rating if all training and testing is accomplished in a Level C or D simulator.

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B-767 PIC RECURRENT TRAINING SPECIALTY CURRICULUM

PAIFA’s B-767 Aircraft Recurrent Training objective is to ensure that each crewmember is adequately trained and currently proficient with respect to the B-767 aircraft.

Prerequisites:

The crewmember must hold an FAA Pilot Certificate with a B-767 Type Rating.

 

Curriculum Segments and Hourly Breakdown: 

B767 RECURRENT TRAINING CURRICULUM PILOT IN COMMAND (PIC)

CURRICULUM SEGMENTS

HOURS

GROUND TRAINING

 

AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TRAINING
(Distance Learning or On-Site) NOTE (1)

8:00

GENERAL OPERATIONAL SUBJECTS
PREFLIGHT INSPECTION TRAINING

8:00

REVIEW & EXAMINATION

 NSTR

TOTAL GROUND SCHOOL

16:00

SIMULATOR TRAINING

PAIRED

NOT PAIRED

 

2:00 PF

4:00 PF

 

2:00 PM

 

TOTAL SIMULATOR TRAINING

4:00 PF

4:00 PF

PROFICIENCY CHECK

3:00

 

NSTR: No Specific Time Required.

NOTE (1)

If the student selects the Distance Learning option, he/she will be required to take a Validation Test prior to continuing with the course curriculum.

The student MUST achieve a minimum passing grade of 80%, corrected to 100%.

If student’s test score is less than 80%, then he/she will be retrained in the substandard areas, and a subsequent reexamination will be accomplished using a random test generator.
The above training and testing must be satisfactorily completed before student may continue with the training curriculum.

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B-767 SIC INITIAL TRAINING

PAIFA’s B-767 Aircraft Initial Training objective is to provide flight crewmembers with the necessary knowledge for understanding the basic functions of aircraft systems, the use of the individual system components, the integration of aircraft systems and operational procedures. Trainees must successfully complete the applicable B-767 Ground Training curriculum segments, before proceeding to the Flight Training curriculum segments.

Prerequisites:

If the trainee holds a Certificate with a “Limited to Centerline Thrust Restriction,” he/she must complete Centerline Thrust Limitation Specialty Course to remove this restriction.

The crewmember must hold a Private or Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi-Engine Land and Instrument Rating.

This course is incomplete until documentation is provided for one takeoff and landing in the B-767 aircraft. FAR 61.55 (j)

Curriculum Segments and Hourly Breakdown

B767 INITIAL TRAINING CURRICULUM SECOND IN COMMAND (SIC)

CURRICULUM SEGMENTS

HOURS

GROUND TRAINING

 

AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TRAINING
(Distance Learning or On-Site) NOTE (1)

40:00

GENERAL OPERATIONAL SUBJECTS
PREFLIGHT INSPECTION TRAINING

8:00

REVIEW & EXAMINATION

 NSTR

SYSTEM INTEGRATION TRAINING 

16:00

TOTAL GROUND SCHOOL

64:00

SIMULATOR TRAINING

PAIRED

NOT PAIRED

 

12:00 PF

16:00 PF

 

12:00 PM

 

SIMULATOR QUALIFICATION CHECK

3:00

3:00

 

NSTR: No Specific Time Required.

NOTE (1)

If the student selects the Distance Learning option he/she will be required to take a Validation Test prior to continuing with the course curriculum.

The student MUST achieve a minimum passing grade of 80%, corrected to 100%.

If student’s test score is less than 80%, then he/she will be retrained in the substandard areas, and a subsequent reexamination will be accomplished using a random test generator.

The above training and testing must be satisfactorily completed before student may continue with the training curriculum.

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B-767 SIC RECURRENT TRAINING SPECIALTY CURRICULUM

PAIFA’s B-767 Aircraft Recurrent Training objective is to ensure that each crewmember is adequately trained and currently proficient with respect to the B-767 aircraft.

Prerequisites:

The crewmember must hold a Private or Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land and Instrument Rating; and has previously completed an Initial B767course.

 

Curriculum Segments and Hourly Breakdown:

B767 RECURRENT TRAINING CURRICULUM SECOND IN COMMAND (SIC)

CURRICULUM SEGMENTS

HOURS

GROUND TRAINING

 

AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS TRAINING
(Distance Learning or On-Site) NOTE (1)

8:00

GENERAL OPERATIONAL SUBJECTS
PREFLIGHT INSPECTION TRAINING

8:00

REVIEW & EXAMINATION

 NSTR

TOTAL GROUND SCHOOL

16:00

SIMULATOR TRAINING

PAIRED

NOT PAIRED

 

2:00 PF

4:00 PF

 

2:00 PM

 

TOTAL SIMULATOR TRAINING

4:00 PF

4:00 PF

COMPETENCY CHECK

3:00

 

NSTR: No Specific Time Required.

NOTE (1)

If the student selects the Distance Learning option, he/she will be required to take a Validation Test prior to continuing with the course curriculum.

The student MUST achieve a minimum passing grade of 80%, corrected to 100%.

If student’s test score is less than 80%, then he/she will be retrained in the substandard areas, and a subsequent reexamination will be accomplished using a random test generator.
The above training and testing must be satisfactorily completed before student may continue with the training curriculum.

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DIFFERENCES TRAINING SPECIALTY CURRICULUM TO B757

The following Training Curriculum applies to Applicant Personnel (Trainees) only, and is outlined in this B757 to B767 DIFFERENCES TRAINING Curriculum.

 

Prerequisites: 

This curriculum is for pilots who have been previously trained and qualified for a flight crewmember position on the B757 aircraft.

 

Curriculum Segments and Hourly Breakdown: 

B757 to B767 DIFFERENCES TRAINING

CURRICULUM SEGMENTS

HOURS

GROUND TRAINING

 

 - AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS 
 - PERFORMANCE / WEIGHT AND BALANCE

16:00

SYSTEM INTEGRATION TRAINING PREFLIGHT INSPECTION

12:00

TOTAL GROUND SCHOOL

28:00

SIMULATOR TRAINING

4:00 PF

TOTAL SIMULATOR TRAINING

4:00 PF

PROFICIENCY CHECK

3:00

 

PILOT IN COMMAND PROFICIENCY CHECK

The satisfactory completion of the Pilot in Command Proficiency Check required by FAR 61.58 will meet the requirements of;
FAR 61.56 (d)
FAR 61.57 (a) (1), and (a) (3)

FAR 61.57 (b) (1), and (b) (2), if in compliance with FAR 61.57 (b) (2) (i); and
FAR 61.57 (d)
All the maneuvers and procedures required for a type rating (including the Oral Test) will be conducted during a Pilot in Command Proficiency Check, by an approved Training Center Evaluator (TCE).

Prerequisites:

  • The crewmember holds at least a Private Pilot Certificate with an Aircraft Type Rating.
  • The Type Rating shall not bear the restriction; “VFR only”.

 

Programmed hours: 

PILOT IN COMMAND (PIC) PROFICIENCY CHECK

CURRICULUM SEGMENTS

 

HOURS

 

GROUND TRAINING

  • GENERAL OPERATIONAL SUBJECTS
  • AIRCRAFT SYSTEMS

TOTAL GROUND SCHOOL

 PROFICIENCY CHECK

 

1.0

3.0

4:00

3:00

 

Duration: 1 Day and breakdown. 

 

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REMOVAL OF CIRCLING APPROACH RESTRICTION

Train to proficiency the Circling Approach /Land Maneuver.

Prerequisites:

 

Pilot holds an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with an Aircraft Type Rating with the restriction “CIRC. APCH. VMC ONLY”.
FAA Form 8710-1 - Airman Certificate and/or Rating Application.
FAA Form 8060-4 - Temporary Airman Certificate.

 

Programmed hours:

BRIEFING

As Required

SIMULATOR

As Required

 

Duration: 1 Day and breakdown. 

 

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PILOT IN COMMAND RECENCY OF EXPERIENCE

To Re-establish Landing Currency of the same Category, Class and Type.

 

Prerequisites: 

Must have a type rating on the equipment.

 

Programmed hours:

Briefing

1 Hour

Simulator

2 Hours

 

Duration: 1 Day and breakdown. 

 

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