This course enables helicopter licence holders to instruct in single-engine single-pilot helicopters at the level of PPL (H) and CPL (H).
After obtaining a PPL (H) accreditation, the new pilot is limited to flying the helicopter model used to complete the initial training.
In order to take advantage of their license to include additional helicopter models and ensure that they are prepared to safely fly a different aircraft model, the new pilot must complete a type rating course that provides the necessary knowledge and training for each new type of aircraft.
The logical progression of the Robinson R22 model aircraft is to achieve a type rating for the larger Robinson R44 model and further advance the line of training for turbine-powered helicopters with ever-increasing performance and transport capabilities.
World Aviation Flight Academy offers type rating courses for the following helicopter models: Robinson R22, Robinson R44 and Cabri G2.
The objective of these type rating courses is to instruct the holders of a pilot license, to achieve the level of proficiency required to pass the skill test for single-engine single-engine helicopters in the Robinson R22 / R44 or the Cabri G2 .
The theoretical part lasts 12 hours (2 days) or 6 hours (1 day) if the student has a R22 / R44 type qualification and a theoretical test (1 hour). The flight training part is a minimum of 5 hours.
Each type rating is valid for 12 months from the date of issue and is renewed annually with a minimum requirement of 2 hours of flight time on the aircraft model for each type rating. The renewal includes a license proficiency test with an examiner.
World Aviation Flight Acdemy announces different enrolment dates throughout the year.
World Aviation establishes the training schedule in the Training
Manual for this course, both theoretical, which, where appropriate, may be modified with prior notice, according to needs or contingencies.
The student-pilot must attend all scheduled theoretical classes, unless there is a justification such as personal reasons.
World Aviation reserves the right to prevent the student-pilot from attending the exams if it considers the student is not empowered enough.
The price varies based on the desired type rating course.
Consult the Dossier of the course where you will find all the information you need.
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