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syedawais



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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 10:32 am    Post subject: Question: Multiple Type Ratings at a time Reply with quote

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There is no limit to the number of ratings on them.


Dear Sir, does it mean that EASA allows multiple ratings at a single time i.e. having a rating of Airbus A320 and the same of Boeing 737NG... does it mean so?

People can fly A320 and Boeing 737NGs at the same time either actual aircraft or simulator instructor?
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K.Haroon
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 03, 2017 6:27 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Number of ratings is one thing and currency is another. If you are not current on any type the rating will lapse.

AMC1 FCL.740(b)(1) Validity and renewal of class and type ratings
RENEWAL OF CLASS AND TYPE RATINGS: REFRESHER TRAINING
(a) Paragraph (b)(1) of FCL.740 determines that if a class or type rating has lapsed, the applicant shall take refresher training at an ATO. The objective of the training is to reach the level of proficiency necessary to safely operate the relevant type or class of aircraft. The amount of refresher training needed should be determined on a case-by-case basis by the ATO, taking into account the following factors:
(1) the experience of the applicant. To determine this, the ATO should evaluate the pilot’s log book, and, if necessary, conduct a test in an FSTD;
(2) the complexity of the aircraft;
(3) the amount of time lapsed since the expiry of the validity period of the rating. The amount of training needed to reach the desired level of proficiency should increase with the time lapsed. In some cases, after evaluating the pilot, and when the time lapsed is very limited (less than 3 months), the ATO may even determine that no further refresher training is necessary. When determining the needs of the pilot, the following items can be taken into consideration:
(i) expiry shorter than 3 months: no supplementary requirements;
(ii) expiry longer than 3 months but shorter than 1 year: a minimum of two training sessions;
(iii) expiry longer than 1 year but shorter than 3 years: a minimum of three training sessions in which the most important malfunctions in the available systems are covered;
(iv) expiry longer than 3 years: the applicant should again undergo the training required for the initial issue of the rating or, in case of helicopter, the training required for the ‘additional type issue’, according to other valid ratings held.
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