One of the most important steps in the career of an airline transport pilot is the completion of the first type rating in our aeronautical career.

In this new stage of future captains, we must accept that the training rules that we have worked with until now, no longer are needed. The applicant must “professionalize” even more.

Up to this point, all students have continued their training in a recognized piston engine ATO.  Now is the time to go further, to work in the same way that airlines do.


What is the objective of this course?

That the aspiring airline pilot understands; performs and perfects the type of training, the characteristics of the jet engines and the structure of the airlines where they will soon be part of. This is the way to ADVANCE future training conditions.

For this, Advanced Aviation Group, have constructed the course JOC, where applicants perfect their knowledge of:


  • vs Jet
  • Jet performances and loading and centering
  • High altitude flight
  • Adverse weather
  • ETOPS flight
  • Flight efficiency – ATC
  • CRM
  • Cabin coordination
  • Responsibilities of the commander and co-pilot
  • Analog cockpit vs a glass cockpit
  • Automation Pros and Cons
  • The danger of complacency
  • Areas and functions of the airline
  • Flight dispatch
  • Factors of the operation
  • Company Image
  • Fuel factor
  • SMS and FRMS


Once the aspiring pilot has the necessary knowledge, we will move on to practice in a Jet flight simulator such as B-737, Airbus 320, etc.

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