The aim of the Airways Aviation Jet Orientation Course (JOC) is to build and develop your knowledge and experience in flying complex, high performance jet aircraft.You will be introduced to concepts specific to jet aircraft including EFIS instrumentation, EICAS presentations and auto flight systems. Our JOC course is designed to utilise airline and multi crew operating methods in a simulated European network of routes.

In this course you will develop skills and experience relevant to jet aircraft, including:

  • high speed
  • high altitude jet performance
  • extreme weather considerations
  • upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT)
  • mach speed considerations
  • contaminated runways and icing
  • engine failures after V1 but before VR
  • single engine landings
  • visual circuits, day and night
  • x-wind landings
  • departures and arrivals using FMS and autopilot

Course Structure

This course runs over 2 days and comprises the following:

Day 1

  • 2 hours of ground school
  • 4 hours of simulator training (2 hours PF and 2 hours PM)

Day 2

  • 2 hours of ground school
  • 4 hours of simulator training (2 hours PF and 2 hours PM)

Duration

2 days full time

Entry Requirements

  • Must be at least 18 years old
  • Must hold or have applied for an EASA Commercial Pilot Licence with Multi Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR) and have completed Multi Crew Cooperation (MCC) course

Intake Dates & Locations

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