Indian DGCA A320 Type Rating Training

Indian DGCA A320 & A330 Type Rating training in BKK, Joint EASA DGCA compliant training is typically completed to Original Equipment Manufacturer, OEM standard. OEM syllabus follows the recommended Airbus syllabus & Procedure Data Package PDP.

Our partner ATO has many accreditation’s from multiple authorities. Our EASA certified TRI instructors and TRE have experience in different cultures and focus on the specific requirements of the trainees. Our instructors and examiners are working and have knowledge and experience in type rating courses in many different local authorities including the Indian DGCA, Hong Kong CAD, Singapore CAAS, Thailand CAAT,  The A320 type rating courses may be adjusted to meet the additional requirements of the Indian DGCA for example, those that require more full flight simulator sessions, low visibility all weather operations, and zero flight time training.

The Booking of courses typically requires 30 days’ notice and is per crew.  Length of ground and technical training may also be to the clients specifications dependent on the experience of the candidates.

Airbus Full A320 Type Rating Training

Prerequisites:

  • Valid and Current CPL or ATPL with ME / IR
  • ATPL (written exam)
  • MCC
  • Valid Class 1 Medical
  • Fluent English, ICAO level 4 or above

Course content:

  • 15 days distance learning and tutoring with CBT
  • 5 days ground school covering Performance / Mass & Balance / ECAM
  • 9 Sessions Flight Training Device (MFTD) 36 hours
  • 8 Sessions Full Flight Simulator Training 32 hours per crew
  • Skill Test of 4 hours per crew
  • Manuals & study materials
Training duration: 4 weeks onsite
 
Training location: Include Italy, Thailand, Philippines and Indonesia Building
 
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The Indian Directorate general of civil aviation stipulates for initial type rating courses in A320 the following syllabus:

CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SECTION 7

SERIES ‘B’ PART XIX 22ND MARCH 2012

Appendix ‘A’

Endorsement Training on A-320 type of Aircraft

For a pilot to get his license endorsed on A 320 type of aircraft, he/she shall undergo

the following training:-

The prerequisite is 25 hours on multi engine aircraft (10 hours can be completed in

an approved simulator).

  1. Jet Induction Training / Jet Orientation Training / Multi Crew Conversion – The

trainee pilot shall undergo at least 12 hours of ground school followed by

minimum 20 hours of classroom or CBT and STD. This training has to be at a

facility approved for this purpose. (This training is not required to be undertaken

in case the trainee pilot has past flying experience on Jet Aircraft). This may

include any applicable training requirement which is a pre requisite for the

following type rating syllabus. The Course content must then be increased

appropriately.

  1. Ground Training – The trainee pilot should undergo at least 72 hours of ground

training. Ground Training must include a minimum of Aircraft Systems Training,

general operational subjects training, CRM training, Systems Inclusion /

Integrated Training, Weight and Balance Training, Aircraft Performance training

and pre-flight inspection training. The ground training shall not be more than 8

hours in a day. There should not be any FFS simulator sessions during the

ground training period. A ‘home study’ is not approved and no credit could be

provided for the same.

2.1 At the end of ground subjects training, a written exam shall be conducted by

the TRTO, with a minimum of 70 % pass marks (or higher if stipulated by

TRTO). The certified marked answer sheets and tests should be sent to the

Directorate of Training and licensing of this office in a sealed cover directly

by the training institute for scrutiny and record.

  1. Simulator Training – After completion of 1 and 2 above, the trainee pilot shall

undergo a simulator training on approved Level ‘C’ or Level ‘D’ simulators as per

details given below.

3.1 7 sessions of FFS training of duration of not less than 28 hours (which must

include at least 14 hours as PF and 14 hours as PM) spread over 7 days.

The duration of each session should be 2 hours as PF and 2 hours as PM

each day. In case the trainee pilot is not attaining the required standard, he /

she should be given appropriate training till a proficiency level is achieved

before subjecting to a simulator test. The full flight simulator profiles shall

include exercises to comply with the requirements of DGCA Operations

Circular No. 2 of 2001. Further to the above, Profiles must include Circuits &

Landings. The records of each simulator profile must be prepared duly

remarked (including briefing and de-briefing remarks) and certified by the

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CIVIL AVIATION REQUIREMENTS SECTION 7

SERIES ‘B’ PART XIX 22ND MARCH 2012

Instructor / Examiner. These should be sent to the Directorate of Training

and licensing of this office in a sealed cover directly by the training institute

for scrutiny and record.

3.2 Two hours of LOFT exercise as Pilot Flying (PF) on a Level ‘D’ simulator.

3.3 After completion of the above, the trainee pilot should undergo 2 sessions of

skill test (CA 40 checks) on a Level ‘D’ (ZFTT) simulator of duration of 2

hours, each with an examiner other than the one who imparted training.

3.4 The CA 40A(J)/CA 40B(J) Checks (Skill Tests) by day as well as by night

each must have 03 takeoffs and 03 landings which shall be demonstrated to

an approved examiner as per the DGCA India CA 40A(J)/CA 40B(J) check

form. The required Pilot Proficiency Check (PPC) and IR check may be

combined with the skill tests. The IR Check must be carried out with a

minimum of 2 instrument approaches on 2 different approach facilities.

3.5 The trainee pilot shall undergo training on Low Visibility Operations (LVO) and

All weather Operations (AWO) of 2 hours on Level ‘D’ Simulator. The

purpose of this syllabus is to train all pilots to operate under All Weather

Conditions.

3.6 AWO should include Wet Runway Operations, Heavy Rain, Cross Wind, Take

Off and Approaches affected by wind shear and micro burst phenomenon to

cover aspects of CAR on All Weather Operations dated 13.06.11, Section-8,

Series – C, Part – 1 and FSF – ALAR toolkit.

3.7 The Type Rating Training syllabus being followed as per above shall in no

case be less than what is being followed by the TRTO as per syllabus

prescribed by the Contracting State.

3.8 After co-pilot endorsement (type-rating) on your DGCA India license, trainee

will be required to undergo a minimum of 45 minutes of familiarization

aircraft training followed by a release route check for P2 (SIC) release,

before exercising the privileges of the type rating. In case the trainee has not

attained an acceptable level of proficiency, additional familiarization must be

given till an acceptable level of proficiency is achieved. A report of the same

should be submitted to this office for examination.