Airline loan program
Q&A part included
on December 2
The basic Type Rating course takes 4 – 5 weeks, including days off.
Type Rating + integrated MCC 5 – 6 weeks
Type Rating schedule is as follows:
- Ground Training: 12 days (first 9 days can be done remotely from home)
- Cockpit Mock-up training: 3 days
- FFS Training: 10 days
- Aircraft Training: 1 day
Customized solutions can be developed for each crew.
Yes, airBaltic ATO is approved by National Aviation Authority (the Member of EASA).
All airBaltic Training programs adhere to EASA and ICAO regulations.
For Type Rating revalidation only two hours of Proficiency Check are needed. We can organize it very quickly at any time suitable for you.
The length and syllabus of Line Training Renewal depend on requirements of the Licensing Authority. We suggest contacting your Civil Aviation Administration in advance to find out exact required program.
Intensive course duration: 9 – 14 days (09:00 – 18:00)
- Presentation & Introduction
- Discipline and Responsibilities
- Passenger Handling
- Dangerous Goods training
- Security training
- Medical aspects and First Aid
- Survival training
- Water Survival
- Fire and Smoke training
- Crew Resource Management and Human Factor
Minimum requirements are:
- Minimum age 18
- Fluency in English
- Ability to swim
Advantages of airBaltic Cabin Crew Initial Safety Training:
- Experienced cabin crew instructors
- Well recognized attestation certificate valid in all Europe
Acquiring Cabin Crew Initial Safety certificate in our training centre in no way guarantees a position in airBaltic airline.
Cabin Crew Initial Safety Training is developed and performed according to EU-OPS regulations and is recognized in all EU countries.
There might be additional reqiurements in different airlines.
The whole course is performed in airBaltic Training centre in Riga.