Area of Interest

Type Ratings

JATS has a long experience of type rating for Airlines as well as self-sponsored type ratings. We offer high quality training for Type Ratings on the following aircrafts:


1-       A310 / A300-600 Type Rating

2-       A320 Family Type Rating

3-       B767-300 Type Rating

4-       B737 NG Type Rating

5-       ERJ EMBRAER 170 / 190 Type Rating

Course Description:

This course Instructs and trains the pilot to the systems and operation of an A/C type. The instruction program is divided into theoretical and synthetic flight training phases.


Target Trainees:

Pilots holding a CPL / IR license but do not hold an airplane Type Rating or have never been exposed to either multi- engine or multi-crew airplane operations.



To train and qualify crew members on A/C type.


Minimum prerequisites

- Commercial Pilot License with Instrument Rating CPL/IR.

- Successful ATP written exam.

- Successful Completion of an Approved MCC Course.

- Fluency in English (ICAO English Proficiency level 4 minimum).

- Flight experience:

v      A total of 220 hours (flight & SIM) including:

v      100 hours as Pilot in command (PIC)

v      30 hours on multi engine aircraft

-    CRM/TEM (Crew Resource and Threat Error Management) initial ground school course.


Documentations Required

-          FCOM all Volumes.

-          FCTM

-          QRH

-          Training Manual

-          Jeppesen Charts


Method of training:

·         Theoretical training can take place at the premises of JATS in Amman-QAIA, or at a location chosen by the customer suitable for the intended training.

·         Knowledge transfer will be achieved by stand-up instruction in the classroom and computer based training (CBT.) Each trainee is assigned a computer station for the theoretical phase and one for the instructor accompanied by training aids as data show projector.

·         In the simulator sessions, the trainee is invited to study integration of A/C type systems and subsequent procedures, as well as aircraft handling in normal/abnormal situations with respect to task sharing and crew coordination. The sessions are scheduled in FBS to study the procedures and in FFS to apply the procedures and practice aircraft handling.

·         A progress check at the end of the phase allows the instructor to evaluate if trainee's knowledge and skills fulfill the requirements.

·         Final exam will be conducted at the end of the course.



- 90 Theoretical Hours + Simulator Hours.