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PROFICIENCY / RECURRENT

A320 TRAINING

WHAT STUDENTS SAY: BOB AND JOSEPH

"Thanks for all the help! It was a pleasurable learning and refresher course experience. Scott is a great instructor and very knowledgeable.The training facility is the nicest one I have been in."  Bob and Joseph completed the A320 61.58 PC on A320.

  • Initial Boeing B-737 NG Type Rating: Curriculum F
    Contact for E-brochure Home study: CBT + e-materials At K & S Aviation SEA: ground school review day, simulator training/checking: 30 hours Total time: ±10-12 days Check eligibility requirements
  • How do I convert my Foreign License?
    If you currently have no FAA license, you will need to: 1) go through the FAA Foreign License Verification process: https://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/airmen_certification/foreign_license_verification/ 2) go through the ATP-CTP course 3) take the ATP written test (at any FAA approved testing center) 4) Once you have the above, you can do the type rating course with ATP practical (must be done in conjunction per FAA regulations). *TSA clearance will be required for each course separately for Non-U.S citizens* ​ More info for international students here: https://www.kandsaviation.com/tsa-faa
  • What steps do I need to take if I have a Foreign License?
    Thank you for your interest in K & S Aviation. If you currently have no FAA license, you will need to: 1) go through the FAA Foreign License Verification process: https://www.faa.gov/licenses_certificates/airmen_certification/foreign_license_verification/ 2) go through the ATP-CTP course 3) take the ATP written test (at any FAA approved testing center) 4) Once you have the above, you can do the type rating course with ATP practical (must be done in conjunction per FAA regulations). *TSA clearance will be required for each course separately for Non-U.S citizens* Canadian License Holders For our Canadian license holders, some extra information: There is an agreement between the FAA and Transport Canada which allows a quick conversion of an ATP Certificate from one country to another. The details are in FAA Circular AC: 61-135A (Can Google it). What is needed is a written “differences" exam, the ATP CTP course, and an FAA medical + the required paperwork. There is NO practical exam required. The FAA will transfer any type ratings and instrument rating from the Canadian ATPL to the FAA certificate.
  • Initial Boeing B-737 NG Type Rating: Curriculum R (accelerated)
    Contact for E-brochure Do you have 1,000 hours on ME jet and are currently flying for a Part 121/125/135/91K or military operation? Check eligibility requirements here for this curriculum: Home study: CBT + e-materials At K & S Aviation SEA: ground school review day, simulator training/checking: 24 hours Total time: ±8 days
  • Initial Boeing B-737 NG Type Rating: Curriculum D​ (very accelerated)
    Contact for E-brochure This short course is for pilots with Boeing B-737 airline experience. Home study: CBT + e-materials At K & S Aviation SEA: ground school review day, simulator training/checking: 14 hours Total time: ±5 days Check eligibility requirements
  • Boeing B-737 NG PIC Proficiency Check (FAR 61.58)
    Objective: To re-establish currency and proficiency (FAR 61.58) through training and checking of the Boeing B-737 systems, maneuvers, procedures, and CRM. This course uses a level D simulator device for all training/checking purposes. Eligibility Requirements for Boeing B-737 NG PIC Proficiency Check (FAR 61.58): Commercial Pilot Certificate with Boeing B-737 PIC Type Rating OR ATP with Boeing B-737 PIC Type Rating Course Description: Home study based on K&S e-study materials, At K&S: Instructor-led Ground School Review, progressive checkride with K&S Training Center Evaluator. Total time at K&S: 2 to 3 days. Location: Alaska Airlines Training Center in Seattle Simulator: Level D, NG series Lodging: Fly into SEATAC which is 5 min. from training center; no rental car required; K&S has good rates with hotels all within walking distance to training center. Please contact us for info. Specific FAR 61.58 regulations Contact for E-brochure Check eligibility requirements
  • Boeing B-737 NG Differences
    Contact for E-brochure Objective: To provide a flight crew member with the differences from the Boeing B-737 Classic to the Boeing B-737 NG with respect to system components and operational aspects.
  • Boeing B-737 SIC Qualification and SIC Type Rating
    The Boeing B-737 SIC Type Rating follows the same training footprint as the initial Boeing B-737 curriculum F, without the checkride. Furthermore, in order to receive an SIC rating on an FAA license, a candidate must perform one take-off and landing on the actual aircraft. For this reason, no SIC type rating will be issued until such a letter from a training captain is received and presented to an examiner at a FSDO or a TCE at K&S. K&S’s suggestion: as the one take-off and landing may not necessarily be easily accessible, we suggest to go for the PIC rating (with PIC limitation – for some) as this would indicate to a flight dept. that you passed the training successfully for the specific type rating. Contact us for info
  • Boeing B-737 Landing Currency
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