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Airline Pilot Preparation Program Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 5 Phase 6

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Technical Familiarisation Flight Management Systems and Auto Flight Jet Handling and Manufacturer SOP Development Non-Normal Procedures Advanced Concepts Operator Consolidation and Evaluation

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Type Rating Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3

Initial Ground School Flight Simulator Training Aircraft Base Check

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Phase 1 Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase 4 Phase 5-A Phase 5-B

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WELCOME Demand for commercial airline pilots is projected to grow exponentially over the next 20 years. 43 Air School’s core values merge in our offering as a comprehensive, tailored training program which will seamlessly prepare you for your airline career.

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DEMAND FOR COMMERCIAL AIRLINE PILOTS

New Pilots by Region (2016-2035)

2016 -2035 PILOT OUTLOOK

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617,000

Asia Pacific

248,000

Europe

112,000

North America

104,000

Middle East

58,000

Latin America

51,000

C.I.S

22,000

Africa

22,000

WORLD TOTAL

617,000

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HOW DOES THE 43 TRAINING SCHEDULE WORK? The training starts with elementary flying, getting you to point where you can safely take-off, land and navigate in visual conditions (i.e .. Not in clouds) and progresses all the way to the point whereby you can safely and proficiently fly a multi engine aircraft in weather conditions that require you to fly with sole reference to the instrumentation inside the cockpit. Our philosophy is to give you a genuine operational capability, this is, to teach you to do the job you are Licensed to do, and do it well. All our Flight Instructors (50 plus) are employed full-time. 43 trains & develops each Instructor that is employed at the school. Our training programs are carefully monitored by Flight Managers and our unique Flight Standards Instructors, who are responsible to perform any remedial training that may be required.

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INSTRUMENT FLYING IS WHEN YOUR MIND GETS A GRIP ON THE FACT THAT THERE IS VISION BEYOND SIGHT.

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43 Air School is the first Aviation Training Organisation in South Africa to be approved to conduct integrated flight training by the South African Civil Aviation Authority.

As with any pilot training course, you should have passed Mathematics, Physics (recommended only) and English, at a school leaving level (secondary school level).

Integrated training is a relatively new concept in South Africa, so this guide clarifies what the training program involves, how long the course takes and compares the Integrated ATPL program to the Modular training route.

This is because the theoretical subjects that are required to be completed do require an understanding of these subjects.

This course is specifically designed for students wanting to become professional airline pilots. You do not need to have any prior flying training experience to join the Jet Pilot Program, as the course is classed as an Ab Initio course (latin for “from the beginning”)

At the end of this phase you will hold a Commercial Pilot’s License, Multi Engine Instrument Rating and as you have completed the ATPL subjects, you will have what is termed a “Frozen ATP”.

SUBJECTS COVERED

Human Performance

Aircraft Technical & General

Air Law

Pilots operate during the day, night, in clouds and limited visibility, plus fly at high altitudes. This subject covers topics such as the eyes, the respiratory system, fatigue, high altitude physiology etc.

Covers how aircraft are constructed and the various systems that are employed, such as the electrical, hydraulic, pneumatics etc. plus learn about aircraft engines, from simple piston engines to jet engines.

Airlaw is studied to understand the regulations that apply to flying and operating aircraft both domestically and internationally. Operational Procedures covers the regulations pertaining to Instrument Flying Procedures.

Meteorology

Navigation

Is the study of the weather. It is extremely important to understand the weather as it affects how we plan and conduct flights.

Flying involves traveling from A to B, this subject teaches you about the principles of navigation and how to apply the principles as pilots.

Principles of Flight

Flight Planning

This subject is basically the study of Aerodynamics, how the aircraft is able to fly and aerodynamic principles that pilots must understand.

How much fuel must the pilot load? How many passengers can be carried? Is the runway long enough? Flight planning covers the A–Z of how to plan a flight safely.

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Restricted Radio License

Basic Aviation Telephony is covered.

Standard Operating Procedures The “how-to” operate an aircraft is standardised.

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ATPL GROUND SCHOOL

“APPLY SKILLS”

“DO SKILLS” MULTI ENGINE

“THINK SKILLS” MULTI ENGINE

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Subjects covered:

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12.4 HOURS

Human Performance Meteorology Navigation Aircraft Technical & General

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22.5 HOURS

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Instruments Radio Aids Flight Planning ATP Level for Instruments & Radio Aids CRM & Dangerous Goods General Radio License

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AIRLINE PILOT PREPARATION PROGRAMME

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43 Air School has taken the next step in aviation training by presenting the flight training industry with cost effective specialist training services that enhance the total primary flight training value. The Jet Pilot Program seamlessly bridges the gap between traditional flight training “passage to the right seat” and industry end requirement through the incorporation of the latest training to enhance the pilot’s skill and prepare them for their career in airline aviation. The Airline Pilot Preparation program (APPP) is specifically designed to take the candidate from single pilot Commercial Pilot License (CPL)/ Airline Transport Pilot License (ATPL) level and deliver them to a point of readiness to complete an airline operator type rating program.

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TECHNICAL FAMILIARISATION

FLIGHT MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS & AUTO FLIGHT SYSTEMS

JET HANDLING & MANUFACTURER SOP DEVELOPMENT

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he objective of this phase is to establish a sound technical knowledge of the aircraft type. This type technical foundation will provide the understanding required to effectively function as a crew member on the aircraft type. This technical knowledge competency is achieved in 3 ways: 1

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Full Type Technical course Computer Based Training (CBT) Lectures Simulator “walk through” of all technical systems Technical systems exam

his module introduces the basic functionalities of the Flight Management System and Auto flight System of the Boeing (B738) or Airbus (A320). This training is a requirement to take full benefit of the subsequent phases. In order to be able to control the aircraft in flight to a level that further learning can take place, these two core elements of any modern aircraft need some sort of basic understanding and familiarization. The simulator sessions will be supported by Computer Based Training (CBT), lecture and briefing time.

The simulator sessions will be supported by Computer Based Training (CBT), lecture and briefing time.

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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

his is the very heart of the Airline Pilot Preparation Phase. During this phase core competencies of aircraft handling, flight path management and Airline standard operational practices are developed. The following elements are covered: Introduction to the Boeing/Airbus Operator SOP and operational philosophy 2 EFIS flight deck operations 3 Jet aircraft handling 4 Spectrum of aircraft approaches 5 Levels of aircraft management automation 6 Take offs and landings 7 Full FMC functionality 8 Full auto flight functionality 9 MCC competency applying Boeing /Airbus Operator SOP’s 10 Line Orientated Flight Training (LOFT) – Normal procedures 1

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ADVANCED CONCEPTS

NON-NORMAL PROCEDURES

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his addresses the listed operational elements of a Boeing (B738) or Airbus (A320). These elements round off the complete operational capability of the candidate, readying the candidate for flight line integration.

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his module introduces non-normal procedures in a systematic way. Firstly, the major handling abnormalities are mastered:

GNSS Approaches Low visibility Procedures Cold and Hot weather operations Wind shear EGPWS/GPWS TCAS Weather avoidance RVSM ETOPS

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Engine Failure/Fire: phases of flight Pressurization Rejected Take Off Related non-normal procedures

This is further enhanced by revisiting the Multi Crew Co-operation (MCC) elements and principles of non-normal operations during the pre-course Airline Preparation Training program. The Boeing or Airbus philosophy of non-normal operations is re-emphasized. To assure competency, this phase is completed with several LOFT sessions which include a spectrum of events requiring the application of MCC principles to conclude the safety of flight and commercial requirements.

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his is the proof of the overall holistic competency gained. The phase consists of four Line Orientated Evaluation sessions flown with a type rated Line Captain. This P1 position could be facilitated by 43 Air School, or by the operator sponsoring the training. The latter case will allow the operator an “insider’s view” of the candidate’s operational competency. Moreover, the operator may want to use this “inside view” opportunity as part of the integrated assessment and finishing training on type within the company. This module culminates with a session of consolidation, followed by the Type Preparedness check. The simulator session will be supported by CBT, lecture and Briefing time.

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TYPE RATING

4 days

The Type Rating Module is conducted on the Level D Full Flight Simulator. This is the final phase of training and concludes with the candidate having received their full SA CAA Boeing (B738) or Airbus (A320) Type Rating. This phase consists of 4 sessions of 4 hours each.

SESSION 1 Dynamic Handling This session, consolidates the Jet Handling and Instrument Approach phase in the Full Motion (FFS) device. Familiarizing the student with the aircraft handling characteristics in a dynamic nature.

SESSION 2 Prof Check (OPC) Day 1

SESSION 3 Proficiency Check (OPC) Day 2

This session, includes the opportunity for an employing carrier to observe and evaluate the candidates ability to operate a Boeing (B738)/ Airbus (A320), within their specific Operating criteria. This includes both normal and non-normal operations, and consolidates all the Advanced concepts. The evaluation can be conducted by either a Manning Captain or a Recruitment specialist in the observer seat.

This is the licensing action required by the regulator, to satisfy, the skills test element for issuing of a Type Rating. An instrument revalidation can also be conducted at this point.

SESSION 4 Base Training Depending on the operator and regulator, base training is required to be conducted in a Full Flight Simulator before Line Flying (Training) can commence.

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A PILOT LIVES IN A WORLD OF PERFECTION, OR NOT AT ALL.

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THE TRADITIONAL FIRST OFFICER DEVELOPMENT ROUTE AB INITIO TRAINING (BASIC SKILL DEVELOPMENT PHASE)

AB INITIO TRAINING (INTEGRATED TRAINING PROGRAM)

Commercial Modular Type training program - CPL Integrated Commercial Type training program - ICPL Integrated ATPL - IATPL Instrument Rating - IR Multi Engine piston rating - ME IR

Commercial pilot rating Integrated EASA footprint Frozen ATPL SOP familiarization training Line pilot training philosophies

13 MONTHS

13 MONTHS

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ADVANCED TRAINING (EXPERIENCE DEVELOPMENT PHASE)

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Airline jet orientation Integrated MCC & CRM in an airline environment Advanced Airline SOP’s application Loft exposure, RVSM qualification, ETOPS exposure Type Rating Airline (Boeing or Airbus)

Instructor rating (optional) Turbine type rating MCC Certification Contract Charter employment (3-5 years) Generic SOP fundamentals training 1500hrs non-airline relevant hour building experience ATP (Subjects) 36 MONTHS

3 MONTHS

AIRLINE ENTRANCE WITH TYPE RATING PREPARATION Required completion of type rating Base training on aircraft as required

AIRLINE ENTRY REQUIREMENTS (CAREER ENTRANCE PHASE) ATPL Theoretical qualification – self study Jet Bridging training Type rating Jet time experience requirement

49 MONTHS

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16 MONTHS

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WHAT SETS US APART FROM TRAINING “OPS NORMAL” ?

TRAINING PROGRAM THAT MEETS INDUSTRY REQUIREMENTS

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ACCOMMODATION WITH A WORLD CLASS TRAINING ENVIRONMENT

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At 43 Air School, our Equipment and facilities are unmatched to ensure seamless training.

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We have a fleet of over 70 fixed wing aircraft, comprising of Piper single, complex and multi engine aircraft through to single and multi-turbine engine aircraft. We also have numerous fixed base simulators from entry to advanced levels, including our new Boeing (B738) & Airbus (A320) simulators. All our facilities used the Jeppesen eLearning Platform for iPad.

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Port Alfred

Port Elizabeth

Johannesburg

Our Port Alfred campus is located in the Eastern Cape Coastal belt, known as the “Sunshine Coast”. The coastal climate presents a variety of weather conditions, exposing students to fair weather flying and the more challenging conditions associated with frontal systems. This allows training on basic and advanced levels without the need to travel to and from other areas.

Port Elizabeth is a fascinating city that continues to grow and develop. Known as the friendly city Port Elizabeth offers an amazing student experience. Our Port Elizabeth campus is situated in the vibey Stanley Street in the heart of Richmond Hill. There are over 25 Restaurants in this up and coming area, making it “the” place to be.

The final phase of the Jet Pilot Program, the Full Flight Module is conducted at Airways Park, next to OR Tambo International Airport.

Full residential facilities at the Port Alfred campuses. Comprehensive on base amenities, including a fully equipped Pilot shop, Gym, Sports fields, dedicated ground school games room and an on-base entertainment centre.

This campus creates a perfectly professional environment for this very important Advanced level of training. State of the art simulators, lecture rooms and unsurpassed expertise provide students with a truly unique experience.

Limpopo

Year Average Low Temperature 20°C Year Average High Temperature 27°C

Gauteng

Free State

Northern Cape

The average annual rainfall 485mm

Eastern Cape

Western Cape

This facility will give you, the candidate, as excellent idea of what day to day operations, within an Airline are like. This facility hosts a Coffee corner, kitchen, cafeteria and TV area, located on the ground floor of the simulator building.

Limpopo

Limpopo

Mpumalanga

North West

We are sure you will find training here to be a very pleasant and rewarding experience, we do our best to maximize your training efficiency by providing you with superior training facilities, leading-edge training technology and experienced personnel.

KwaZulu-Natal

Year Average Low Temperature 19°C Year Average High Temperature 26°C

Mpumalanga

North West

Gauteng

Free State

Northern Cape

The average annual rainfall 453mm

Eastern Cape

Western Cape

KwaZulu-Natal

Year Average Low Temperature 17°C Year Average High Temperature 27°C

North West

Free State

Northern Cape

The average annual rainfall 604mm

Eastern Cape

Western Cape

Gauteng

Mpumalanga

KwaZulu-Natal

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For more information please visit www.43airschool.com 1

How old do I need to be to start training?

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The min. age requirement is 17 years on completion age for a Private Pilot License, & 18 years old for a Commercial Pilot License or Frozen ATPL. 2

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We suggest a C+ in School graduating Core Mathematics, Physical Science & English. 3

What if I didn’t take Core Mathematics & Physical Science?

Other than my school subjects, what else do I need to qualify for enrollment? You will need to pass an aviation medical exam (done by an Aviation Medical Examiner) and an English Proficiency test. These are included in your course fees, however, should you have any pre-existing medical conditions we would strongly suggest that you have your medical done before you arrive.

How do I enroll for a course? Sign all the pages of estimate sent to you and return them to us, along with the following documents:

Copy of your ID/Passport, School leaving Certificate, Copy of your Medical Aid Cover, & Proof of payment for your Deposit (to secure your enrollment). 8

Do I need to have a Study Visa? If you are a foreign student, you will need to have a study visa to study at 43 Air School, valid for a 24 Month period.

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What Qualifications does 43 offer? We offer Private and Commercial Pilot Licenses, Airline Pilot’s License, as well as Air Traffic control training and aircraft maintenance courses.

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We would advise that you first achieve this requirement, although not a prerequisite it is highly recommended. 4

What are the min. Educational Requirements?

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Do you offer Sponsorships or Bursaries? Unfortunately we do not offer Bursaries or Sponsorships as we are not the user of the end product.

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What is a

Assessment?

COMPASS (Computerized Pilot Aptitude Screening System) is a PC-based pilot selection tool that fulfills the need for a reliable, objective, scientifically proven and costeffective screening method.

Colour Blindness, Diabetes (Type 1), Epilepsy and Lung/Cardiac disorders to mention a few. 6

What conditions could prevent me from obtaining an Aviation Medical?

These competencies include:

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ACRONYMS Airline Transport Pilot License

VFR

Visual Flight Rules

CPL

Commercial Pilot License

IF

Instrument Flying

CRM

Crew Resource Management

APPP

Airline Pilot Preparation Program

CBT

Computer Based Training

SOP

Standard Operating Procedures

EFIS

Electronic Flight Information System

FMC

Flight Management Computer

MCC

Multi crew Co Operation

LOFT

Line Orientated Flight Training

assessment

GNSS

Global Navigational Satellite System

EGPWS/ GPWS

Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System/ Ground Proximity Warning System

The COMPASS assessment will immediately indicate if you have enough potential to function as a pilot. It clearly defines to which extend the demanded personal competences are already present and /or in which way they need to be further developed.

TCAS

Traffic Collision Avoidance System

RVSM

Reduced Vertical Separation Minima

ETOPS

Extended Twin Operations

NG

New Generation

OPC

Operator’s Proficiency Check

Aviation-English: test English language ability, including recognizing ATC radio messages.

FFS

Full Flight Simulator

IR

Instrument Rating

Verbal reasoning: the ability of the candidate to understand, analyze and logically interpret written information.

ICPL

Integrated Commercial Pilot License

What does a Assessment test?

COMPASS consists of six tests which have been developed to test some of the key aptitude areas for professional pilots. The tests include:

Control: a co-ordination task looking at basic hand / foot / eye co-ordination.

Slalom: a tracking task looking at hand / eye co-ordination.

Mathematics: a test of basic applied mathematical understanding and speed

Memory: accuracy of short-term memory recall and ability to process information.

Task Manager: a test of the candidate’s ability to scan the screen and manage two concurrent tasks accurately and quickly.

Orientation: instrument interpretation, comprehension and spatial orientation.

Tech-Test: technical comprehension test (physics test).

A Checklist Professional Profile is also drawn up, displaying expanded details on subjects like personal and relational competencies and potential misbalances, followed by a conclusion and advice.

ATPL

Resilience Stress Tolerance Impulse Control Ambition Accuracy Perseverance Dominance Persuasiveness Assertiveness Teamwork Helpfulness Empathy Autonomy Openness Need for variation 12

How does the benefit me?

* Used by many leading Airlines.

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North West

Gauteng

Mpumalanga

Free State

WHAT IS CHIEFLY NEEDED IS SKILL RATHER THAN MACHINERY. CAPE TOWN

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KwaZulu-Natal

Northern Cape DURBAN

Eastern Cape

Western Cape

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