Type Rating Training

More courses on more fleets than any other company!

Pan Am International Flight Academy offers more training courses on more fleet types than any other Airline Training Company in the world.  With FAAEASA and National DGCA approvals, Pan Am offers over 100 different training options on over 20 different aircraft fleet types. The Airbus A320, Boeing 737, McDonnell Douglas MD-80 series are just some of the simulators we offer type ratings to individuals and airlines.  Below is a summary of our courses including Removal of Circling Restrictions, Crew Resource Management (CRM) Courses, ATP-CTP and Emergency Training.

Programs Available

European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) Approved Course


Pan Am Europe offers quality Multi Crew Co-operation Course on our B737-300 Simulator. This course conforms with EASA-FCL 1 (Subpart F) and it is a requirement for those seeking a Type Rating.Pan Am Europe is a division of the Pan Am International Flight Academy which trains over 100 (one hundred) different airlines from all over the world. The superior training standards provided to our self-sponsored individuals is recognized worldwide by our client airlines.


The Multi Crew Co-Operation Course Includes:

  • 25 hours of Theoretical Instruction
  • Progress Examination
  • 20 hours of Simulator Integration Training
  • Final Examination

Course Duration: Approximately 8 Days

For better learning results, this course requires a minimum 80 hours of home study as a prerequisite to beginning the class.


Location: Miami, Florida USA


Hotel: Prices range from $75 -100 per night.


Pre-Entry Requirements:

  • Minimum: ICAO PPL/IR
  • Suggested: EASA ME CPL/IR

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Removal of Circling Approach Restriction, Part 61

This course will train to proficiency the Circling Approach/ Land Maneuver, allowing the removal of the restriction


Prerequisites:

  • Pilot holds an Airline Transport Pilot Certificate with an Aircraft Type Rating with the restriction ”CIRC. APCH. VMC ONLY”

Course Duration: Approximately 1 Day
Simulator/Flight Training: As Required, ½ -1 Hour per trainee
Simulator/Certification Check: As Required, ½ -1 Hour per trainee

 

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Recent Experience Training, Part 61, 121, 135


Fulfills requirements of: Part 61.57(a) & (b) of the same class, category and type,
This course will re-establish Landing Currency.

Prerequisites:

  • Pilot must have a type rating in the same type of airplane in which the crewmember is to serve

Course Duration: Approximately 1 Day
Simulator/Flight Training: 2 Hours per trainee

 

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Pilot in Command Proficiency Check -- Part 61.58

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) 

NOTES:

  • If the flight simulator used is not qualified and approved for landings, the applicant must have   completed within the preceding 90 days at least three takeoffs and three landings (one to a full stop) as the sole manipulator of the flight controls in the type airplane before taking the Proficiency Check.
  • If using a level A or B flight simulator, the applicant will train and test in the airplane, those tasks not creditable in a Level A or Level B simulator.


This course will train and prepare the applicant for the Practical Test that will be administered for the purpose of removing the “Limited to Center Thrust” Limitation.


Prerequisites:

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

Course Duration: Approximately 1 Day
Ground School: 04:00 Hours
Simulator Proficiency Check: 3 Hours per trainee

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Flight Engineer Proficiency Check -- Part 63.39

The Flight Engineer Proficiency Check required by FAR 63.39 will meet the requirements of FAR 91.529.  All the maneuvers and procedures required for a Flight Engineer Practical Test (including the oral test) will be conducted during a Flight Engineer Proficiency Check, by an approved Training Center Evaluator (TCE).  


Prerequisites:

  • The crewmember must hold a Flight Engineer Certificate with Turbojet Powered Rating, and musty have been previously qualified as a Flight Engineer on the Aircraft Make and Model in which the Proficiency Check is accomplished.

Course Duration: Approximately 1 Day
Ground School: 04:00 Hours
Simulator Proficiency Check: 3 Hours per trainee

 

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Crew Resource Management Training - Initial, Part 121

This course presents guidelines for developing, implementing, reinforcing, and assessing CRM for flight crewmembers, dispatchers, flight attendants, and other personnel essential to flight safety. Fulfills requirements of: 

FAR 91.1072 (f)
FAR 91.1073 (f)
FAR 61.155 (c) (11) (12) (13)
FAR 61.55 (b) (2) (iii)
FAR 65.55 (a) (11) (12) (13)
 

Course Duration: Approximately 1 Day
Classroom Instruction: Initial: 08:00 Hours Recurrent: 04:00 Hours

 

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Flight Crewmember Initial General Emergency, Part 121, 135
This course is to provide crewmembers with the training to recognize and evaluate an emergency situation and to properly implement and use the appropriate emergency procedures and equipment. The course will be presented and demonstrated per the operator’s aircraft. Fulfills requirements of: Part 121.417, 135.331

Prerequisites:

  • Must be employed as a crewmember by the Operator

Course Duration: Approximately 2 Days
Classroom and Hands On Instruction: 08:00 Hours
Description: Emergency Equipment 02:00; Emergency Situations 04:00; Emergency Drills 02:00

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