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1 Netherlands Ministry of Defence Air Force Command Operations & Aircrew Luchtmachtplein 1, Breda MPC 92 A Postbus BB Breda Date Our reference CLSK 2014 RNLAF Credit report CPL(A) IR or ATPL(A) IR 1 Introduction Due to new regulation introduced for civilian flight crew licensing, the AIC-B 16/04 policy between Defence and the civilian aviation authority for crediting a civilian license became invalid. To obtain the credits again for a civilian license, the military service checked the obtained knowledge, experience and skills gained in military services against the new civilian regulation. Credit for pilot licences obtained during military service is regulated by the civilian regulation in article 10 of the European; COMMISSION REGULATION No 1178/2011 of 3 November Appendix A Theoretical training compliance list B Training course compliance sheet C Academics to be trained during ATPL bridge course for ATPL(A) Please quote date, our reference and subject when replying. The knowledge, experience and skill gained in military service shall be given credit for the purposes of the relevant FCL requirements in accordance with the elements of a credit report established by the Member State in consultation with the Agency. This report describes the Credit report for fixed wing transport pilots of the Royal Netherlands Airforce to obtain the civilian CPL(A)/ IR or ATPL(A)/IR. The credit report is set up according article 10 of the EC no 1178/2011 which covers the following items: Military requirements for issuing a Military Pilot License (MPL); The scope of the privileges of the Military Pilot License holder; Credits to be given; Limitations to be included on the Part-FCL licences; Additional requirements to remove the limitations; Copies of all documents to be sent in for military to civilian conversion. The validity of the credit report in relation to the EASA and military regulation is set on 3 years. IL&T will extend the validity each time with three years when the theoretical and practical training still meets the EASA requirement. To maintain compliant with the EASA regulations, every change in EASA and military regulation on training need to be checked if it affects this credit report. For EASA changes, the MLA and the ATO who is giving the theoretical course inform the Defence organisation on the change, and the Defence organisation will Page 1 of 34

2 inform MLA and the ATO when changes in military requirements are foreseen. If necessary the credit report will be amended to maintain in compliance with EASA. Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 Page 2 of 34

3 2 Military requirements for issuing a Military Pilot License 2.1 Total overview military pilot training course To obtain a Military Pilot License, the military student needs to pass successfully multiple flight training courses. When the Military Pilot License is received, the pilot needs to follow additional courses to become a fully mission capable flight crewmember. This chapter describes the national requirements on the basis of which the military licences, ratings, certificates, authorisations and/or qualifications were issued. Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 The table below gives an overview of the courses required for the military pilot to the standard of limited combat ready. In the next paragraphs the military training program is described through Military Pilot License Theoretical Knowledge, initial training fixed wing, Joint Jet Pilot Training T6A, Advanced Multi Engine Pilot training and C130/KDC10 Initial Qualification Co-pilot training for transport pilots. See table below for pilot specific courses: Course KDC10 C130 location Military Pilot License Theoretical Knowledge X X NL (MPL TK) Elementaire Militaire Vlieg Opleiding (EMVO) X X NL T-6A Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training X X USA T-44 Advanced Multi-Engine Multi-Service X X USA Pilot Training system (USMC C-130 track) IQC C130 X NL IQC KDC10 X NL Page 3 of 34

4 2.2 Military Pilot License Theoretical Knowledge The aim of the theoretical knowledge training is to teach the student pilot the basic skills (theoretical) to fly safely in VFR and IFR conditions. The theoretical knowledge training is according Subpart Y 1 Theoretical Knowledge for a Military Pilot License of the Military Aviation Requirement Flight Crew Licensing (MAR-FCL 1&2) with Instrument Rating, see reference 1. The pre-requirement for the military Pilot License Theoretical Knowledge course is the ALO KOOV KLU Nieuwe stijl (PS ) or ALO 1 KLU (PS ) or OFF OPL LANG MODEL (PS ) : Military Officer training Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 The training consists of theoretical training to a level compared to the EASA ATPL level with additional military requirements in the following items: Air law Airframes, systems, powerplant Instrumentation Flight performance and planning Human performance Meteorology General Navigation Radio Navigation Operational Procedures Aerodynamics Flight Mechanics Communication After completion of the theoretical course, the student pilot has obtained the following hours in theoretical training: Course length Academic flight training : 19 weeks : 567 hrs For more in depth information see Reference 2: Military Pilot License theoretical knowledge 2.3 Initial training The aim of the course is to teach the student pilot the basic skill (theoretical and practical) to fly safely in VFR and IFR conditions in a single engine turbine airplane. The pre-requirements for the initial training Elementaire Militaire Vlieg Opleiding (EMVO) are; 1 Military Pilot License Theoretical Knowledge (034239) 2 G-Awareness Centrifuge Training(028135) 3 Initiële Hoogte Indoctrinatie (017177) 4 RadioTelephonie (RT) (026208) 5 Technische cursus PC-7 (034209) 6 Initial Survival Equipment Course PC-7 (024574) Page 4 of 34

5 The training consists of theoretical and practical training in accordance to the Military Aviation Regulations Flight Crew License (MAR-FCL). The MAR-FCL is based on the civilian Part FCL with additional military requirements. After completion of the EMVO, the student pilot has obtained the following knowledge in pilot training: Course length Academic flight training Flight training For more in depth information see Reference 3: EMVO training manual : 12 weeks : 100 hrs : 34 hrs Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK T-6A Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training The aim of the course is to prepare student pilots for the Advanced Multi-Engine Multi-Service Pilot Training System (MPTS) for future responsibilities as military pilots and officers. This training includes the following: a. Flying training to teach the principles and techniques used in operating an advanced aircraft; b. Integrated ground training to supplement and reinforce flying training; c. Officer development training as required by the Air Force of each participating country. Entry Prerequisites Qualified for entry by source country. Status Upon Completion Upon completion of this course, student pilots receive AETC Form 1122, Summary Performance Report, and proceed to the next designated phase of flight training. The training consists of theoretical and practical training. After completion of the ENJJPT, the student pilot has obtained the following knowledge in pilot training: Course length Academic flight training Flight training : 27 weeks : hrs : hrs For more in depth information see Reference 4: P-V4A-N(T-6) Apr T-44 Advanced Multi-Engine Multi-Service Pilot Training System The objective of the Advanced Multi-Engine MPTS is to develop proficiency in multi-engine flight, advanced instruments, Crew Resource Management/pilot-incommand proficiency, and track-specific tactics. Entry Prerequisites- Pilots must be graduates of ENJJPT T6 Status upon Completion Graduates are qualified on a multi engine airplane T- 44 with an IFR rating. Page 5 of 34

6 The training consists of theoretical and practical training. After completion of the Advanced Multi Engine MPTS USMC C-130, the student pilot has obtained the following knowledge in pilot training: Course length Academic flight training Flight training : 23 weeks : hrs : hrs For more in depth information see Reference 5: Training_Manual_MPTS_1542_2013 Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK C-130 Initial Qualification Co-pilot training The objective is to qualify pilots with a C130 Co-pilot type/ir rating. Entry Prerequisites- Pilots must be graduates of the Advanced Multi Engine MSPT curriculum. Status Upon Completion Will have his type rating C130 with IR and can perform task as a limited combat ready pilot. The training consists of theoretical and practical training. After completion of the C-130 IQC, the student pilot has obtained the following knowledge in pilot training: Course length Academic flight training Flight training : 19 weeks : 436 hrs : 120 hrs For more in depth information see Reference 6: Syllabus Initial Qualification Copilot C-130 versie 4_tcm Page 6 of 34

7 2.7 KDC10 Initial Qualification Co-pilot training The objective is to qualify pilots with a KDC10 Co-pilot type/ir rating. Entry Prerequisites- Pilots must be graduates of the Advanced Multi Engine MSPT curriculum. Status Upon Completion Will have his type rating KDC10 with IR and can perform task as a limited combat ready pilot. Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 The training consists of theoretical and practical training. After completion of the KDC10 IQT, the student pilot has obtained the following knowledge in pilot training: Course length Academic flight training Flight training : 52 weeks : 128 hrs : 218 hrs For more in depth information see Reference 7: Syllabus Initial Qualification Copilot (K)DC-10 ver 2_tcm Page 7 of 34

8 After successful completion of the IQC, the pilot will receive his Military FCL. For a total overview in flight hours and academics for the C130 or KDC10 see tables below; Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 DFI=Dual Flight Instruction S=Solo FNPT=Flight Navigation Procedure Trainer FNPT IFR=FNPT Instrument Flight Rules FSS=Full Flight Simulator SE=Single Engine ME=Multi Engine Page 8 of 34

9 3 The scope of the privileges of the Military Pilot License holder When the pilot successfully completes all the courses, he/she will be assigned to a squadron as a limited combat ready pilot. The scope and privileges for a C130 or KDC10 pilot is a Military Pilot license with type rating on the designated aircraft for VFR day, IFR and night. Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 Page 9 of 34

10 4 Credits to be given The knowledge, experience and skill gained during flight training up to limited combat ready status in the military is compared to the civilian standards regulation 1178/2011. Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Credits to be given, depending actual flight hours: CPL(A)/IR-ME (frozen ATPL(A) theoretical)/mcc or ATPL(A)/IR-ME Date Our reference CLSK 2014 The following Part- FCL regulations are used to compare the military training versus civilian requirement and training for the credits to be given for: FCL.055 Language proficiency FCL.300 CPL Minimum age FCL.315 CPL Training course FCL.515 ATPL Theoretical knowledge examinations Appendix 3 A. ATP integrated course Aeroplanes FCL.510.A ATPL (practical) see Chapter Language proficiency The RNLAF has a letter of agreement with the NL-CAA that pilots with a Military Piot License have a LPE level 4 equivalence (reference 8: Verzoek gelijkstelling LPE-4 voor militaire vliegers). 4.2 Minimum age FCL.300 CPL states: An applicant for a CPL shall be at least 18 years of age. For military pilots the MAR-FCL 1&2.215 _Military Pilot License- Pre-requisites states: 1) be at least 18 years of age. The defence minimum age criteria, is compliant with the civilian requirement of FCL.300 CPL. 4.3 Theoretical knowledge examinations FCL 515 ATPL states that an applicant for a CPL/ATPL shall demonstrate a level of knowledge appropriate to the privileges granted in the following subjects: Air Law, Aircraft General Knowledge Airframe/Systems/Powerplant, Aircraft General Knowledge Instrumentation, Mass and Balance, Performance, Flight Planning and Monitoring, Human Performance, Meteorology, General Navigation, Radio Navigation, Operational Procedures, Principles of Flight, Visual Flight Rules (VFR) Communications. Page 10 of 34

11 Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) Communications. The pass mark for all civilian exams must be at least 75%. For comparison between the military and civilian theoretical training the following acceptable means of compliance was used: AMC1 FCL.310; FCL.515 (b); FCL.615 (b). The MAR_FCL 1&2.920 Theoretical knowledge Training and examination states the pass mark of 75% in the following subjects: AIR LAW AND ATC PROCEDURES AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE AIRFRAME AND SYSTEMS, ELECTRICS, POWERPLANT, EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE INSTRUMENTATION FLIGHT PERFORMANCE AND PLANNING MASS AND BALANCE AIRPLANES/HELICOPTERS PERFORMANCE AIRPLANES FLIGHT PLANNING AND FLIGHT MONITORING PERFORMANCE HELICOPTERS HUMAN PERFORMANCE AND LIMITATIONS METEOROLOGY NAVIGATION GENERAL NAVIGATION RADIO NAVIGATION OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT AIRPLANE COMMUNICATIONS VFR COMMUNICATIONS IFR COMMUNICATIONS Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 The result of the comparison of all items of FCL 515 ATPL to the Military Theoretical Knowledge Training course is presented in appendix A: theoretical training compliance sheet With the bridge course presented in Appendix C: Academics to be trained for ATPL(A) is completed, the military academic flight training fulfils the theoretical requirement of FCL.515 ATPL (A). 4.4 Training course The military flight training courses are compared to: AMC1 to Appendix 3 Training courses for the issue of FCL.315 CPL/IR or FCL.515 ATPL/IR. The results are presented in appendix B: Training course compliance sheet. The military training course is complaint for FCL.315 CPL/IR training requirement with some compensation methods. The compensation method for 20 hours instrument time flown as SPIC; is met when a pilot is 3 years operational. 4.5 Conclusion The military training course up to limited combat ready fulfils the civilian requirement of the FCL.300.CPL, FCL.515 ATPL(A) theoretical knowledge and Page 11 of 34

12 FCL.315 CPL(A). When the items stated in chapter 6 are met, the military pilot fulfils also requirements of FCL.500.ATPL and FCL.510.A ATPL(A) with IR rating. The total academic hours required for ATPL(A) is 750 hrs, the military pilot received hours (C130) and hours (KDC10) of academic flight training. The total flying hours required for CPL(A)/IR is 180 hrs and for ATPL(A)/IR it is 195 hrs. The military pilot will have minimum hours (C130) and hours (KDC10). Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 The credits for a civilian license can be requested maximum one year after leaving the military services! Page 12 of 34

13 5 Limitations to be included on the Part-FCL licences Within the scope of CPL(A)/IR operation, no limits needs to be included. Within the scope of ATPL(A), the practical experiences are unsatisfactory without additional flying experience. Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 Page 13 of 34

14 6 Additional requirements to remove the limitations When the pilot is at least 21 years of age, ATPL bridge course is passed, and in military service the following experience is gained, ATPL(A) can be requested. Experienced gained during military services: Completed as a pilot a minimum of 1500 hours of flight time including at least: (1) 500 hours in multi-pilot operations on aeroplanes; (2) (i) 500 hours as PIC under supervision; or (ii) 250 hours as PIC; or (iii) 250 hours, including 70 hours as PIC, and the remaining as PIC under supervision; (3) 200 hours of cross-country flight time of which at least 100 hours shall be as PIC or PIC under supervision; (4) 75 hours of instrument time of which not more than 30 hours may be instrument ground time; and (5) 100 hours of night flight as PIC or as co-pilot. Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 Of the 1500 hours of flight time, up to 100 hours of flight time may have been completed in an FFS and FNPT. Of these 100 hours, only a maximum of 25 hours may be completed in an FNPT. Page 14 of 34

15 7 Copies of all documents To obtain the civilian license, the following documents need to be sent to KIWA; Request form CPL(A)/IR-ME or ATPL(A)/IR-ME (valid) Passport copy Flight Log book Current civilian flight medical Copy of Military Pilot License Bridge course transport ATPL certificate Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 Page 15 of 34

16 Reference 1: MAR FCL Aeroplanes Helicopters issue December 2013 Reference 2: MPL theoretical knowledge Reference 3: EMVO training manual Reference 4: P-V4A-N(T-6) Apr 13 Reference 5: Training_Manual_MPTS_1542_2013 Reference 6: Syllabus Initial Qualification Copilot C-130 versie 4_tcm Reference 7: Syllabus Initial Qualification Copilot (K)DC-10 ver 2_tcm Reference 8: Verzoek gelijkstelling LPE-4 voor militaire vliegers ILT-2012/18636 CLSK 2012/ Netherlands Ministry of Defence Royal Netherlands Air Force Command Operations & aircrew Date Our reference CLSK 2014 Page 16 of 34

17 Netherlands Ministry of Defence Air Force Command Operations & Aircrew Luchtmachtplein 1, Breda MPC 92 A Postbus BB Breda Date Our reference CLSK 2014 RNLAF Credit report CPL(A) IR or ATPL(A) IR Appendix: A Theoretical training compliance list Appendix A Theoretical training compliance list B Training course compliance sheet C Academics to be trained during ATPL bridge course for ATPL(A) Please quote date, our reference and subject when replying. Appendix: B Training course compliance sheet Appendix: C Academics to be trained during ATPL bridge course for ATPL(A) Page 17 of 34

18 Appendix A theoretical training compliance sheet Academic flight training AMC Compensation JAA Subject yes no yes no Remark AIR LAW AND ATC PROCEDURES 70 hours INTERNATIONAL LAW: CONVENTIONS, AGREEMENTS AND ORGANISATIONS Partly MPL TK, Suppression of unlawful acts, Bilateral agreements and International Private law see Operators Manual Transport, see difference course for the missing items AIRWORTHINESS OF AIRCRAFT MPL TK AIRCRAFT NATIONALITY AND REGISTRATION MARKS MPL TK PERSONNEL LICENSING Partly MPL TK, MAR FCL 1 & 2 (OMF) covers the following items: FCL (Military Pilot License), definitions, FCL 1 & FCL 2, Ratings & Medical req, see difference course for missing items RULES OF THE AIR MPL TK PROCEDURES FOR AIR NAVIGATION SERVICES: AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS MPL TK Page 18 of 34

19 AIR TRAFFIC SERVICES AND AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT MPL TK, IMQT's (Operators Manual transport) AERONAUTICAL INFORMATION SERVICE MPL TK AERODROMES OR HELIPORTS MPL TK FACILITATION Partly MPl, definitions, Entry and departure of crew, general declaration, Entry and Dep of crew/ passengers and baggage/ of cargo through OM fixed wing and relevant AIP's GEN 1.3 (including practical experience) SEARCH AND RESCUE MPL TK SECURITY IQC C130, KDC AIRCRAFT ACCIDENT AND INCIDENT INVESTIGATION MPL TK AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: AIRFRAME AND SYSTEMS, ELECTRICS, POWERPLANT AND EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT SYSTEM DESIGN, LOADS, STRESSES AND MAINTENANCE MPL TK AIRFRAME MPL TK HYDRAULICS MPL TK LANDING GEAR, WHEELS, TYRES AND BRAKES MPL TK FLIGHT CONTROLS MPL TK 80 hours (EMVO) 46.4 hours (P-V4A-N(T-6)) 436 C130, 92 hours KDC10 Page 19 of 34

20 PNEUMATICS: PRESSURISATION AND AIR CONDITIONING Partly MPL TK, see difference course for missing items ANTI AND DE-ICING SYSTEMS MPL TK FUEL SYSTEM MPL TK ELECTRICS MPL TK PISTON ENGINES See difference course for all the items TURBINE ENGINES MPL TK PROTECTION AND DETECTION SYSTEMS MPL TK OXYGEN SYSTEMS MPL TK HELICOPTER: MISCELLANEOUS SYSTEMS Not required HELICOPTER: ROTOR HEADS Not required HELICOPTER: TRANSMISSION Not required HELICOPTER: BLADES Not required AIRCRAFT GENERAL KNOWLEDGE: INSTRUMENTATION 66 hours (MPL TK) SENSORS AND INSTRUMENTS partly MPL TK, Synchroscope T6A/T44, Engine vibration monitoring IQC C130 & KDC MEASUREMENT OF AIR DATA PARAMETERS MPL TK MAGNETISM: DIRECT READING COMPASS AND FLUX VALVE MPL TK GYROSCOPIC INSTRUMENTS MPL TK INERTIAL NAVIGATION AND REFERENCE SYSTEMS MPL TK Page 20 of 34

21 AEROPLANE: AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS HELICOPTER: AUTOMATIC FLIGHT CONTROL SYSTEMS TRIMS, YAW DAMPER AND FLIGHT ENVELOPE PROTECTION AUTOTHROTTLE: AUTOMATIC THRUST CONTROL SYSTEM MPL TK Not required MPL TK COMMUNICATION SYSTEMS FMS MPL TK ALERTING SYSTEMS AND PROXIMITY SYSTEMS INTEGRATED INSTRUMENTS: ELECTRONIC DISPLAYS MAINTENANCE, MONITORING AND RECORDING SYSTEMS DIGITAL CIRCUITS AND COMPUTERS MPL TK FLIGHT PERFORMANCE AND PLANNING MASS AND BALANCE: AEROPLANES OR HELICOPTERS MPL TK PURPOSE OF MASS AND BALANCE CONSIDERATIONS MPL TK LOADING MPL TK FUNDAMENTALS OF CG CALCULATIONS MPL TK IQC C130 or KDC10 System courses aircrafts (KDC10,C130) partly MPL TK, system course aircrafts (KDC10,C130), Take-off warning only for fixed wing transport MPL TK partly MPL TK, system courses (KDC10,C130) Page 21 of 34

22 MASS AND BALANCE DETAILS OF AIRCRAFT partly MPL TK and IQC's (KDC10,C130) DETERMINATION OF CG POSITION See difference course for all items CARGO HANDLING MPL TK PERFORMANCE: AEROPLANES 64 hours (MPL TK) GENERAL MPL TK PERFORMANCE CLASS B: SE AEROPLANES MPL TK PERFORMANCE CLASS B: ME AEROPLANES Operators manual (IQC's)/MAR-OPS PERFORMANCE CLASS A : AEROPLANES CERTIFICATED UNDER CS-25 ONLY See IQC's C130 or KDC FLIGHT PLANNING AND FLIGHT MONITORING MPL TK FLIGHT PLANNING FOR VFR FLIGHTS MPL TK FLIGHT PLANNING FOR IFR FLIGHTS MPL TK FUEL PLANNING Partly MPL TK and specific fuel calculation procedures, Decision point procedures, isolated aerodrome procedure, Pre-determined point procedure and fuel tankering in the IQC's (KDC10,C130) PRE-FLIGHT PREPARATION MPL TK ATS FLIGHT PLAN Partly MPL TK, Repetitive flight plan see difference course FLIGHT MONITORING AND IN-FLIGHT RE- MPL TK Page 22 of 34

23 PLANNING PERFORMANCE: HELICOPTERS app 8 hours GENERAL Not required PERFORMANCE CLASS 3 SE HELICOPTERS ONLY Not required PERFORMANCE CLASS 2 Not required PERFORMANCE CLASS 1 HELICOPTERS Not required CERTIFICATED UNDER CS 29 ONLY HUMAN PERFORMANCE 71 hours (MPL TK) HUMAN FACTORS: BASIC CONCEPTS MPL TK partly MPL TK, BASIC AVIATION PHYSIOLOGY AND HEALTH MAINTENANCE High altitude environment see difference course BASIC AVIATION PSYCHOLOGY MPL TK METEOROLOGY 64 hours (MPL TK) THE ATMOSPHERE MPL TK WIND MPL TK THERMODYNAMICS MPL TK CLOUDS AND FOG MPL TK PRECIPITATION MPL TK AIR MASSES AND FRONTS MPL TK PRESSURE SYSTEMS MPL TK CLIMATOLOGY MPL TK FLIGHT HAZARDS Partly MPL TK, stratospheric conditions T6A ENJJPT course METEOROLOGICAL INFORMATION MPL TK NAVIGATION GENERAL NAVIGATION 44 hours (MPL TK) Page 23 of 34

24 BASICS OF NAVIGATION MAGNETISM AND COMPASSES MPL TK partly MPL TK, Gridlines, isogrives see difference course partly MPL TK, Polar Stereographic, Polar Stereographic see difference course CHARTS DEAD RECKONING NAVIGATION MPL TK IN-FLIGHT NAVIGATION MPL TK RADIO NAVIGATION 36 hours (MPL TK) BASIC RADIO PROPAGATION THEORY MPL TK RADIO AIDS RADAR MPL TK INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK AREA NAVIGATION SYSTEMS AND RNAV OR FMS MPL TK GNSS MPL TK OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES GENERAL REQUIREMENTS SPECIAL OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES AND HAZARDS (GENERAL ASPECTS) partly MPL TK, MLS/01 Principles/02 presentation and interpretation/ 03 coverage and range/04 Erros and accuracy see difference course. 30 MPL TK & approximatly 18 hours (I)MQT's MPL TK & IQC's C130 & Kdc10 (operation manual) MPL TK & IQC's C130 & Kdc10 (operation manual) Page 24 of 34

25 HELICOPTER EMERGENCY PROCEDURES Not required PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT 72 hours (MPL TK) PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT: AEROPLANE SUBSONIC AERODYNAMICS MPL TK HIGH SPEED AERODYNAMICS MPL TK INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK STABILITY MPL TK CONTROL MPL TK LIMITATIONS MPL TK PROPELLERS MPL TK FLIGHT MECHANICS MPL TK PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT: HELICOPTER SUBSONIC AERODYNAMICS Not required TRANSONIC AERODYNAMICS AND Not required COMPRESSIBILITY EFFECTS ROTORCRAFT TYPES Not required MAIN ROTOR AERODYNAMICS Not required MAIN ROTOR MECHANICS Not required TAIL ROTORS Not required EQUILIBRIUM, STABILITY AND CONTROL Not required HELICOPTER FLIGHT MECHANICS Not required COMMUNICATIONS 40 hours (MPL TK) VFR COMMUNICATIONS DEFINITIONS MPL TK GENERAL OPERATING PROCEDURES MPL TK RELEVANT WEATHER INFORMATION TERMS (VFR) MPL TK Page 25 of 34

26 ACTION REQUIRED TO BE TAKEN IN CASE OF COMMUNICATION FAILURE MPL TK DISTRESS AND URGENCY PROCEDURES MPL TK GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF VHF PROPAGATION AND ALLOCATION OF FREQUENCIES MPL TK IFR COMMUNICATIONS DEFINITIONS MPL TK GENERAL OPERATING PROCEDURES MPL TK ACTION REQUIRED TO BE TAKEN IN CASE OF COMMUNICATION FAILURE MPL TK DISTRESS AND URGENCY PROCEDURES MPL TK RELEVANT WEATHER INFORMATION TERMS (IFR) MPL TK GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF VHF PROPAGATION AND ALLOCATION OF FREQUENCIES MPL TK MORSE CODE MPL TK Page 26 of 34

27 Appendix B Training course compliance sheet Annex to ED decision 2011/016/R AMC1 to appendix 3 training courses for the issue of a CPL and a ATPL A. Compliant Alt Compl. Reference Remark F. ATP/IR integrated course: helicopters Yes No Yes No The ATP/IR integrated course should last between 12 and 36 months. This period may be extended where additional flying training or ground instruction is provided by the ATO. Appendix 1 The 750 hours of instruction can include classroom work, interactive video, slide or tape presentation, learning carrels, computer-based training, and other media as approved by the competent authority, in suitable proportions. (1) Air law 40 hours (2) Aircraft general knowledge 80 hours (3) Flight performance and planning 90 hours (4) Human performance and limitations 50 hours (5) Meteorology 60 hours (6) Navigation 150 hours (7) Operational procedures 20 hours See cross ref list below and remarks See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list and IERW See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list and EMVO See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list Total course fixed wing transport pilots: C weeks and KDC10, 139 weeks. Air law 70 hours Aircraft general knowledge 80 hours MPL TK 64 hours, EMVO 66 hours Human performance and limitations 71 hours Meteorology 64 hours Navigation 165 hours Operational procedures 30 hours Page 27 of 34

28 (8) Principles of flight 30 hours (9) Communications 30 hours (d) The flight instruction is divided into four phases: (1) phase 1: Exercises up to the first solo flight comprise a total of at least 10 hours dual flight instruction on an SE aeroplane including: (i) pre-flight operations, mass and balance determination, aeroplane inspection and servicing; (ii) aerodrome and traffic pattern operations, collision avoidance and precautions; (iii) control of the aeroplane by external visual references; (iv) normal take-offs and landings; (v) flight at critically low air speeds, recognition of recovery from incipient and full stalls, spin avoidance; (vi) unusual attitudes and simulated engine failure. phase 2:Exercises up to the first solo crosscountry flight comprise a total of at least 10 hours of dual flight instruction and at least 10 hours solo flight including: See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list and T6 syllabus See EASA FCL MPL TK cross ref list See EMVO Syllabus See EMVO Syllabus See EMVO Syllabus See EMVO Syllabus See EMVO Syllabus See EMVO Syllabus See EMVO Syllabus EMVO/T6/ T44 sylabus Principles of flight 72 hours Communications 40 hours Navigational solo flights are not incorporated in the syllabus Page 28 of 34

29 (i) maximum performance (short field and obstacle clearance) take-offs and short-field landings; (ii) flight by reference solely to instruments, including the completion of a 180 turn; (iii) dual cross-country flying using external visual references, DR and radio navigation aids, diversion procedures; (iv) aerodrome and traffic pattern operations at different aerodromes; (v) crosswind take-offs and landings; (vi) abnormal and emergency procedures and manoeuvres, including simulated aeroplane equipment malfunctions; (vii) operations to, from and transiting controlled aerodromes, compliance with ATS procedures, R/T procedures and phraseology; (viii) knowledge of meteorological briefing arrangements, evaluation of weather conditions for flight and use of AIS. phase 3: Exercises up to the VFR navigation progress test comprise a total of at least 5 hours of dual instruction and at least 40 hours as PIC.The dual instruction and testing up to the VFR navigation progress test should comprise: (i) repetition of exercises of phases 1 and 2; (ii) VFR flight at relatively critical high air speeds, recognition of and recovery from spiral dives; See T6A/T44 syllabus See T6A syllabus See T6A syllabus See T6A syllabus See t44 syllabus See T6A syllabus See T6A syllabus See T6A syllabus See EMVO, T6A, T44 SeeT6A syllabus Out of control flight (OCF) In addition to maximum performance take-offs, alternative performance and obstacle clearance take-off and landings are trained such as formation take-offs and landings. For fixed wing transport, the 40 PIC hours are not met with 38 hrs (9.4 solo and 28.6 PIC under supervision Page 29 of 34

30 ENJJPT (Euro-NATO Joint- Jet Pilot Training) T6A syllabus Trainings is performed by NATO, and regulated according to Section C Grading Policies and Procedures paragraph 2! (iii) VFR navigation progress test conducted by an FI not connected with the applicant s training; (iv) night flight time including take-offs and landings as PIC. See T6A syllabus Night check is PIC under supervision phase 4:Exercises up to the instrument rating skill test comprise: (i) at least 55 hours instrument flight, which may contain up to 25 hours of instrument ground time in an FNPT I or up to 40 hours in an FNPT II or FFS which should be conducted by an FI or an authorised SFI; (ii) 20 hours instrument time flown as SPIC; (iii) pre-flight procedures for IFR flights, including the use of the flight manual and appropriate ATS documents in the preparation of an IFR flight plan; (iv) procedures and manoeuvres for IFR operation under normal, abnormal and emergency conditions covering at least: See EMVO, T6,T44 and IQC C130/KDC10 See EMVO, T6,T44 and IQC C130/KDC10 See T6A syllabus/ T44 sylabus See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus Total hrs flown are 124 hours actual for C130 course, and 190 hours for KDC10. Due to the nature of military operations, SPIC hrs are made after the IQC in the follow on courses to become a PIC. During the training to become a Co-pilot, as an alternative acceptable means of compliance the IFR hours made in total (sim and actual), for C hrs (27.9 FNPT/FSS and actual) and for KDC10, (108.6 FNTP/FSS actual) are replacing the 20 hrs as SPIC. Page 30 of 34

31 (A) transition from visual to instrument flight on take-off; (B) SIDs and arrivals; (C) en-route IFR procedures; (D) holding procedures; (E) instrument approaches to specified minima; (F) missed approach procedures; (G) landings from instrument approaches, including circling. (v) in-flight manoeuvres and specific flight characteristics; (vi) operation of an ME aeroplane in the exercises of (iv), including operation of the aeroplane solely by reference to instruments with one engine simulated inoperative, and engine shut-down and restart (the latter training should be at a safe altitude u phase 5: (i) instruction and testing in MCC comprise the relevant training requirements; (ii) if a type rating for MP aeroplanes is not required on completion of this part, the applicant will be provided with a certificate of course completion for MCC training. See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus See T6C syllabus/ T44 sylabus See Advanced multi-engine multi service pilot training system curriculum See Advanced multi-engine multi service pilot training system curriculum MCC course IQC C130/KDC10 Page 31 of 34

32 Appendix C Academics to be trained for ATPL(A) Air Law International Agreements and Organisations [3] Other Conventions and Agreements The International Air Services Agreement The International Air Transport Agreement The convention of Rome (1933) The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Personnel Licensing [2] Commercial Pilot Licence - CPL Airline Transport Pilot Licence - ATPL Aircraft General Knowledge Airframe, Systems, Powerplant Pneumatics Pressurisation and Air Conditioning systems [3] Piston engine air supply Fuel system [3] Piston engine Fuel: Types, characteristics, limitations Design, operation, system components, indications Page 32 of 34

33 Piston engines [18] General Types of internal combustion engine Engine: design, operation, components and materials Fuel Types, grades, characteristics, limitations Engine fuel pumps Carburettor/Injection system Carburettor: design, operation, degraded modes, indications and warnings Injection: design, operation, degraded modes, indications and warnings Icing Cooling systems Design, operation, indications and warnings Lubrication systems Lubricants: characteristics, limitations Design, operation, indications and warnings Ignition circuits Design, operation Mixture Definition, characteristic mixtures, control instruments, associated control levers, indications Performance and engine handling Performance Engine handling Flight planning and flight monitoring ICAO Flight plan (ATS) [6] Repetitive flight plan Page 33 of 34

34 Human Performance Flight physiology [2] High altitude environment Navigation General Navigation Basics of navigation [3] Gridlines, isogrives Charts [3] Polar Stereographic Polar Stereographic Radio Navigation Radio Aids [3] MLS Principles Presentation and interpretation Coverage and range Errors and accuracy Page 34 of 34

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