Upset Prevention Recovery Trainings

Loss of Control in Flight (LOC-I) is the number one cause of fatal accidents in aviation. Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) is developed to help you prevent LOC-I and if necessary recover from developing airplane upsets.

EASA UPRT

Lear all about APS Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT).

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EASA ADVANCED UPRT

APS EASA Advanced UPRT program is compliant with Part-FCL.745.A. It consists of 5 hours theoretical knowledge instruction and 3.3 hours flight time. The training is Strategy-based and consists of Repetition-to-Proficiency of Prevention and Recovery Skills for Long-Term Retention.

EASA Professional Pilot Upset Training

EASA PPUT

EASA Professional Pilot Upset Training (EASA PPUT) is developed for professional instrument-rated pilots and focuses on the vital skills to recognize, prevent and if necessary, recover from LOC-I, including all-weather environment scenarios as well.

Private Pilot Licence

If flying for your own pleasure in the single-engine aircraft is what fascinates you about aviation, then Private Pilot License is what you are looking for.

PPL & PPL+

Private Pilote Licences

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Private Pilot Licence (PPL)

Throughout the PPL course, great care is taken to ensure that the basics of aircraft control and pilot scanning are learnt thoroughly during this stage. The next section covers practice in the airfield circuit where the candidate becomes familiar with airfield operations and skilled in normal and maximum performance take off and landings. This part culminates in the first solo flight.

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PPL Plus Course (PPL+)

At Test and Training Centre we cater for all levels of experience; from those who have never flown before to those who have a Commercial Pilot License. This course is for PPL holders wishing to improve their existing skills

Our special PPL Plus+ course is intended for all pilots with a PPL who want to be instructed by our high skilled formal military pilots to:

• Improve their handling skills and confidence.
• Increase safety.
• Learn advanced handling techniques

Slingsby & Cessna Checkout

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Slingsby & Cessna Checkout

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Slingsby T67M200 Checkout

This Slingsby T67M200 course is designed as a teaching guide for pilots transitioning to a high performance aircraft as the Slingsby. It introduces basic high performance knowledge that is essential for piloting the aerobatic airplane.

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Cessna 172 G1000 Checkout

This Cessna 172 G1000 course is designed as a teaching guide for
pilots transitioning to a high performance aircraft as the Cessna 172.
It introduces basic high performance aircraft systems and procedures,
as well as provides the basic knowledge that is essential for piloting
the Cessna 172 G1000.

Aerobatic & Formation Flights

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Aerobatic & Formation

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Aerobatic Training

Test and Training Centre is devoted on high quality training of aspiring pilots. This course is designed to increase safety and pleasure of flight. Aircraft handling is the main focus of this course, which means fully control over the aircraft under all circumstances.

The aerobatic course is conducted by experienced, high skilled formal Royal Netherlands Air Force Pilots ex military pilots.

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Formation Flights

The basic premise of formation flying is the concept of mutual support; the days of doing it alone are buried in history. The team concept is essential to successfully engage and defeat the enemy in today’s air warfare. Each member of the team has something to contribute if the team is to perform its function of destroying enemy personnel and resources. Mutual, not independent, action is the secret of successful air warfare. Although bomber, troop carrier, and interceptor missions require limited precision formation, most military flying operations are done in formation.