2017 Course Schedule

description of training


Classroom instruction:


Provide comprehensive coverage of aircraft systems description, operational characteristics, operating limitations and performance, and a review of portions of FAR Part 91.

Initial:  20 hours
Recurrent: 8 hours*



Flight Training:


Provides the customer with demonstration and performance of normal maneuvers and emergency procedures. Training may be conducted during day, night, or while using Night Vision Goggles (NVGs).

Single engine emergency procedure training includes touchdown autorotations, hydraulic-off landings, and anti-torque system failure procedures.


Initial:  5 hours
Recurrent: 2 hours



Completion Standards:


To complete a course of instruction, each maneuver shall be performed at or above those standards as stated in the FAA Practical Test Standards for the level of certificate held. Upon satisfactory completion of all course requirements, a Certificate of Completion will be issued. In addition, a 14 (CFR) Part 61.56 Flight Review may be provided.

* Flight only recurrent courses are available. Upon completion of a flight only recurrent course, only a Certificate of Flight Training will be issued.

** Each scheduled course will have a maximum of 3 students.


 


At this time, Bell 206 training

is only conducted in locations other than Fort Worth, Texas, or OFFSITE in the customers aircraft.


When training is conducted in a customers aircraft and location, the following will apply:


  •   A daily rate plus expenses will apply
  • Helicopter Institute may provide non-owned insurance coverage for the duration of training
  • No more than 4.5 flight hours per day
  • Additional conditions may apply



Bell 206 Pilot Transition Course

* Bell 206B/L/TH-67/OH-58