Airbus A320 Type Rating

The year 2020 started with updated EASA requirements for pilot Type Rating training: PBN and UPRT training modules have become mandatory for new pilots who haven’t been Type Rated before. Moreover, Advanced UPRT qualification has become prerequisite for taking the Airbus A320 Type Rating training. If UPRT training is included in the Type Rating training program, why do I need Advanced UPRT?

UPRT stands for aeroplane ‘upset prevention and recovery training’ and constitutes a combination of theoretical knowledge and flying training with the aim of providing flight crew with the required competencies to both prevent and to recover from situations in which an aeroplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for line operation or training (aeroplane upsets).

 

According to EASA’s updated regulations, the pilot encounters different levels of UPRT and it is one of the conditions to level up their professional career:

Basic UPRT

Integrated into all CPL, ATPL and MPL training courses.

Advanced UPRT

Consists of theoretical and dual flight instruction in an aeroplane. The goals of this training are to enhance the student’s resilience to the psychological and physiological aspects associated with upset conditions.

Class or type-related UPRT

This type of training addresses the specifics of the relevant class or type of aeroplane.

BAA Training is ready to offer you the updated Airbus A320 Type Rating training package with PBN and Advanced UPRT for an attractive price and different training options for your choice:

  • Full training package – Airbus A320 Type Rating training with Advanced UPRT included;
  • Airbus A320 Type Rating training without Advanced UPRT;
  • Only Advanced UPRT training course.

Airbus A320 Type Rating

The year 2020 started with updated EASA requirements for pilot Type Rating training: PBN and UPRT training modules have become mandatory for new pilots who haven’t been Type Rated before. Moreover, Advanced UPRT qualification has become prerequisite for taking the Airbus A320 Type Rating training. If UPRT training is included in the Type Rating training program, why do I need Advanced UPRT?

UPRT stands for aeroplane ‘upset prevention and recovery training’ and constitutes a combination of theoretical knowledge and flying training with the aim of providing flight crew with the required competencies to both prevent and to recover from situations in which an aeroplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for line operation or training (aeroplane upsets).

 

According to EASA’s updated regulations, the pilot encounters different levels of UPRT and it is one of the conditions to level up their professional career:

Basic UPRT

Integrated into all CPL, ATPL and MPL training courses.

Advanced UPRT

Consists of theoretical and dual flight instruction in an aeroplane. The goals of this training are to enhance the student’s resilience to the psychological and physiological aspects associated with upset conditions.

Class or type-related UPRT

This type of training addresses the specifics of the relevant class or type of aeroplane.

BAA Training is ready to offer you the updated Airbus A320 Type Rating training package with PBN and Advanced UPRT for an attractive price and different training options for your choice:

  • Full training package – Airbus A320 Type Rating training with Advanced UPRT included;
  • Airbus A320 Type Rating training without Advanced UPRT;
  • Only Advanced UPRT training course.

Course content

THEORY

Theoretical Knowledge Instruction consists of 116 programmed academic training hours (45 minutes each) over a period of 16 days.

Training aids used for theoretical and practical system training are selected on the basis of their capacity to present the individual system’s operation in the most realistic, effective and productive manner possible. These include:

  • Computer-Based Training (CBT)
  • CBT for the FMS
  • Mock-up of a flight deck
  • Classroom Instruction, practical training and examinations
  • Limitations
  • Mass & Balance Calculations
  • Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) Performance (Tables)
  • Operational Procedures Training
DISTANCE LEARNING

Airbus A320 Type Rating distance learning is now applicable at BAA Training. The new EASA approved Airbus A320 Type Rating program is a flexible training solution for pilots to study 72 hours of the Ground course program syllabus in your preferable location outside the training centre.

Why choose Distance Learning?

  • Gain more flexibility planning their crew training
  • Save on living expenses and daily allowances
  • Shorten the time of your pilots being “off duty
PRACTICE

Flight Phase Instruction consists of 9 sessions, 36 hours in total, on the Airbus A320 FFS. Each FFS session is comprised of 4 hours of flight training for a crew of two pilots. A minimum period of eleven days is required and the training time is divided between Pilot Flying and Pilot Not Flying. The last session is a skill test.

A briefing starts an hour before the flight session, whereas a debriefing takes place for an hour after the session.

BASE TRAINING (additional price)

Flight training is performed within 60 days after a successful completion of training in the FFS. Base training for multi-pilot aeroplanes, with a trainee pilot having over 500 hours of the MPA experience in aircraft of a similar size and performance, includes at least 4 landings of which at least one is a full stop. In all other cases the student completes at least 6 landings. The aeroplane training provided does not exceed 2 hours.

Course content

THEORY

Theoretical Knowledge Instruction consists of 116 programmed academic training hours (45 minutes each) over a period of 16 days.

Training aids used for theoretical and practical system training are selected on the basis of their capacity to present the individual system’s operation in the most realistic, effective and productive manner possible. These include:

  • Computer-Based Training (CBT)
  • CBT for the FMS
  • Mock-up of a flight deck
  • Classroom Instruction, practical training and examinations
  • Limitations
  • Mass & Balance Calculations
  • Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) Performance (Tables)
  • Operational Procedures Training
DISTANCE LEARNING

Airbus A320 Type Rating distance learning is now applicable at BAA Training. The new EASA approved Airbus A320 Type Rating program is a flexible training solution for pilots to study 72 hours of the Ground course program syllabus in your preferable location outside the training centre.

Why choose Distance Learning?

  • Gain more flexibility planning their crew training
  • Save on living expenses and daily allowances
  • Shorten the time of your pilots being “off duty
PRACTICE

Flight Phase Instruction consists of 9 sessions, 36 hours in total, on the Airbus A320 FFS. Each FFS session is comprised of 4 hours of flight training for a crew of two pilots. A minimum period of eleven days is required and the training time is divided between Pilot Flying and Pilot Not Flying. The last session is a skill test.

A briefing starts an hour before the flight session, whereas a debriefing takes place for an hour after the session.

BASE TRAINING (additional price)

Flight training is performed within 60 days after a successful completion of training in the FFS. Base training for multi-pilot aeroplanes, with a trainee pilot having over 500 hours of the MPA experience in aircraft of a similar size and performance, includes at least 4 landings of which at least one is a full stop. In all other cases the student completes at least 6 landings. The aeroplane training provided does not exceed 2 hours.

Additional training

Your Type Rating training could be supplemented with various additional courses that you can choose.

MCC course
JOC course

Additional training

Your Type Rating training could be supplemented with various additional courses that you can choose.

MCC course

JOC course

Minimum entry requirements

Flight time

70 hours as a pilot-in-command (PIC) of an aeroplane

Physical status

Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate

English language proficiency

ICAO level 4

Licence

Valid CPL (ATPL theory) or ATPL

Ratings

Valid multi-engine (ME) and instrument rating (IR)

Qualification course

MCC certificate of completion*

*MCC could be integrated into the Type Rating training upon request.

Minimum entry requirements

Physical status

Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate

Licence

Valid CPL (ATPL theory) or ATPL

Ratings

Valid multi-engine (ME) and instrument rating (IR)

Qualification course

MCC certificate of completion.

Flight time

70 hours as a pilot-in-command (PIC) of an aeroplane

English language proficiency

ICAO level 4

*MCC course could be integrated into your type rating training program

Why BAA Training?

BAA Training is one of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe.

An impressive scope of EASA approved training programmes offered by the Academy and the experience in working with many airlines guarantees effective aviation preparation of the highest quality.

By undergoing training at the headquarters in Vilnius, there is an opportunity to get a full training package which includes:

Computer-based training (CBT)

Course material

Base training

Personal manager

Visa support

Airport pick-up

Free WiFi

Why BAA Training?

BAA Training is one of the TOP 3 biggest independent aviation training centres in Europe.

An impressive scope of EASA approved training programmes offered by the Academy and the experience in working with many airlines guarantees effective aviation preparation of the highest quality.

By undergoing training at the headquarters in Vilnius, there is an opportunity to get a full training package which includes:

Computer-based training (CBT)

Course material

Base training

Personal manager

Visa support

Airport pick-up

Free WiFi

Training facilities

Everything at BAA Training Aviation Academy is designed to meet students’ needs and to create the best environment. Explore the Academy in the virtual 360.

BAA Training facilities at the HQ in Vilnius include spacious and modern classrooms, briefing and debriefing rooms with mock-ups, Airbus A320 Touch Screen Trainer (TST) and a full flight simulator.

The facility features a relax zone. You can also have lunch at the dining room, have coffee or snacks from vending machines.

Training facilities

Everything at BAA Training Aviation Academy is designed to meet students’ needs and to create the best environment. Explore the Academy in the virtual 360.

BAA Training facilities at the HQ in Vilnius include spacious and modern classrooms, briefing and debriefing rooms with mock-ups, Airbus A320 Touch Screen Trainer (TST) and a full flight simulator.

The facility features a relax zone. You can also have lunch at the dining room, have coffee or snacks from vending machines.

Upcoming dates

Next available dates of Airbus A320 Type Rating training:

April 2nd

April 14th

May 4th

Prefer another date? Contact us.

Upcoming dates

Next available dates of Airbus A320 Type Rating training:

April 2nd

April 14th

May 4th

Prefer another date? Contact us.

55
Instructors

BAA Training has a pool of 55 instructors for Airbus A320 Type Rating all over the world.

314
Certificates

BAA Training has issued over 300 certificates for pilots from all over the world.

24
Hours

Your personal manager will answer all your questions within 24 hours.

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