Advanced Courses


These courses will eventually be of great benefit to the pilot as these courses will grant him the competitive edge compared to other candidates.


The aim of the MCC is for the trainee to become proficient in multi-crew co-operation to operate safely multi-pilot multi engine airplanes. By emphasizing on the development of non-technical skills while working in a multi crew environment, the training has the following objectives: optimum decision making, communication, allocation of tasks, mutual supervision, use of checklists, teamwork and support throughout all phases of flight under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions. This course consists of both ground and simulator training as it teaches the trainee the fundamentals of sharing the workload with another pilot while being in a flightdeck environment.

Course includes:

  • 25 hrs of theoretical training
  • 20 hrs of simulator (FNPT II) training
  • Total course duration: 10 days

Entry requirements

  • Be an ICAO CPL/IR/ME (A) holder
  • Demonstrate competence in the English Language (ICAO level 4)

The Airline Pilot Standards Multi Crew Cooperation (APS MCC) training course has been designed to prepare ATPL(A)/CPL(A)/IR(A) holders for the transition to a standard where their knowledge, situation awareness and skills (technical and non-technical) on a jet airliner handling and operation, will be that of an airline entry level.

The advanced swept-wing jet airplane training included and the operational scenarios performed during the course will equip the trainee with the required skills, knowledge and attitude needed to start the type rating process of a commercial airline.

Course includes:

  • 35 hrs of theoretical training
  • 40 hrs of simulator (FNPT II) training
  • Total course duration: 21 days

Entry requirements

  • Be an ICAO CPL/IR/ME (A) holder
  • Alternatively, an EASA ATP(A) Integrated course cadet
  • Demonstrate competence in the English Language (ICAO level 4)

The aim of the Performance Based Navigation course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate airplanes in accordance with PBN procedures after they have been granted PBN endorsement to their instrument rating (IR).

Course includes:

  • 3 hrs on Simulator
  • 5 hrs of in-class theory
  • Theoretical exams (in-house)
  • Long briefings
  • 1 hr Skill Test on the Sim with a PBN approved examiner
  • Course notes

Entry requirements

  • Be a valid license holder
  • Hold an IR (either SEP or MEP)

The Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training course aims on providing flight crew with the required competencies to both prevent and to recover from situations in which an airplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for line operation or training.

Prevention training prepares pilots to avoid upsets whereas recovery training prepares pilots to prevent an accident once an upset condition has occurred. It is also required for commencing the type rating process with an airline.

Course description:

  • 3 hrs on a utility spin-approved aircraft (Diamond DA-20)
  • 5 hrs of in class theory
  • 5 hrs long briefings
  • Pre-flight + Post flight briefings
  • All landing and take-off airport fees
  • All flight equipment and supporting material
  • All applicable taxes

Entry requirements

  • Have completed or in process of completing (applied Instrument Phase commenced) a CPL(A), ATPL(A) or MPL course.
  • Have completed the Theoretical Knowledge instruction for the CPL(A) or ATPL(A).
  • Hold a valid EASA Class 1 Medical Certificate.
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