Boeing 767 Type Rating and Training Courses

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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

This course provides the crewmember with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain a B767 Type Rating.


Prerequisites:

  • Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land
  • Instrument Rating
  • 50 hours Multi Engine flight time
  • ATP written
  • Meets the requirements of Part 61

Course Duration: Approximately 21 Days
Classroom Instruction: On Site Option: 48:00 Hours. Home Study Option: 40:00 Hrs at home + 8:00 Hrs On-Site
System Integration Training: 16:00 Hours (Classroom, mock-up or simulator without motion)
Simulator/Flight Training: Paired: 12:00 Hours PF, 12:00 Hours PM, 02:00 Hours LOFT (Each Pilot). Non Paired:  18:00 Hours PF. 02:00 Hours LOFT
Simulator/Certification Check: 3 Hours per trainee

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This course is for crewmembers that have been previously trained and qualified as a Pilot on the B767 aircraft, with a minimum of 250 hours logged in the B767 aircraft. The course provides the crewmember with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain a B767 Type Rating.


Prerequisites: 

  • Served as a B-767 active crew member within the last 59 months
  • Minimum of 250 hours in type
  • Commercial Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land
  • Instrument Rating
  • ATP written; or hold an ATP
  • Meets the requirements of Part 61


Course Duration: Approximately 12 Days
Classroom Instruction: 16:00 Hours
Simulator/Flight Training: Paired: 12:00 Hours PF, 12:00 Hours PM or to proficiency, 02:00 Hours LOFT (Each Pilot). Non Paired: 18:00 Hours PF or to proficiency, 02:00 Hours LOFT
Simulator/Certification Check: 3 Hours per trainee

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This course is to ensure that a PIC crewmember is adequately trained and currently proficient with respect to the B767 aircraft.  The course is applicable to previously trained and qualified PIC crewmembers on the B767 aircraft.
Prerequisites:

  • Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with a B767 Type Rating

Course Duration: Approximately 4 Days
Classroom Instruction: 16:00 Hours
Simulator/Flight Training: Paired: 02:00 Hours PF, 02:00 Hours PM. Non Paired: 04:00 Hours PF
Simulator/Proficiency Check: 3 Hours per trainee

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This course provides the SIC crewmember with the necessary knowledge and skills to obtain a SIC Qualification Check, meeting the requirements of Part 61.55. The course is incomplete until documentation is provided for one takeoff and landing in the B767 aircraft.


Prerequisites:

  • Private Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land
  • Instrument Rating

Course Duration: Approximately 21 Days
Classroom Instruction: On Site Option: 48:00 Hours. Home Study Option: 40:00 Hrs at home + 8:00 Hrs On-Site
System Integration Training: 16:00 Hours (classroom; CPT; simulator without motion)
Simulator/Flight Training: Paired: 12:00 Hours PF, 12:00 Hours PM. Non Paired: 16:00 Hours PF.
Simulator/Qualification Check: 3 Hours per trainee

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This course is to ensure that SIC crewmember is adequately trained and currently proficient with respect to the B767 aircraft. The course is applicable to previously trained and qualified SIC pilots on the B767 aircraft.


Prerequisites:

  • Private Pilot Certificate with Multi Engine Land
  • Instrument Rating
  • Previously trained and qualified on the B767

Course Duration: Approximately 4 Days
Classroom Instruction: 16:00 Hours
Simulator/Flight Training: Paired:   02:00 Hours PF, 02:00 Hours PM. Non Paired:  04:00 Hours PF
Simulator/Qualification Check: 3 Hours per trainee

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B767 Differences Training [B757 to B767], PIC Part 61.58 or SIC Part 61.55

This course is to ensure that each crewmember has the knowledge and skills needed to operate the B767 aircraft in his/her assigned duty position

Prerequisites:

  • The crewmember must have been previously trained and qualified in a flight crewmember position on the B757 aircraft

Course Duration: Approximately 4 Days
Classroom Instruction: 16:00 Hours
System Integration Training: 12:00 Hours (8:00 hours classroom; mock-up, FTD or simulator without motion + 4:00 hours briefing)
Simulator/Flight Training: 04:00 Hours PF per trainee
Simulator/Certification Check: 3 Hours per trainee

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