Boeing 777 Type Rating Course
The Boeing 777 Type Rating Course consists of training pilots to acquire all the necessary knowledge to understand the basic functions of airplane systems.
Pilots will learn how to use of the components of each system, training of operating procedures and use of Checklists and instruments.
Students are expected to be proficient in all emergency maneuvers, operational aspects and work in a multi-pilot environment.
Approximately 3 weeks duration
a) Theoretical Instruction – 85h
b) Cockpit Procedure Training – 20h
c) Written tests: 7h
12 days duration
a) Simulator Instruction – 44h – 11 sessions
b) Skill Test: 4h – 1 session
Base flight performed in simulator.
Approximately 5 weeks.
- Aircraft Systems Training
- Crew Resource Management
- General operational subjects
COCKPIT PROCEDURE TRAINING
- Use of Checklists
- Flight Planning
- Cockpit Familiarization
- Crew Resource Management (CRM)
- Normal, Non-Normal and Emergency Procedures
- Normal and non-normal emergency maneuvers
- Operational procedures
- Multi-pilot coordination training
- 6 takeoffs and landings
The applicant must hold or had held a Type Rating on a Boeing aircraft and also be elegible for Zero Flight Time Training, in accordance with FCL 730.
- Operations Manual
- Jeppesen approach charts
- Quick Reference Handbook
- Flight Crew Training Manual
- Cockpit Panels