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    ATR 42/72 Professional Pilot and Technician Training Programs

    Updated 09/17

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    FlightSafety offers comprehensive, professional training on ATR 42/72 aircraft. Our highly qualified

    and experienced instructors, advanced-technology flight simulators and integrated training systems

    help ensure proficiency and safety. Pilot training for the ATR 42/72 is available at the FlightSafety

    Learning Center in Houston, Texas. Maintenance training for the ATR 42/72 is also available in

    Houston, Texas.

    Innovation With One Purpose: Training Corporate Aviation Professionals for Safety and Proficiency

    FlightSafety International is the world’s leading aviation training organization. The leader in experience.

    The leader in technological innovation. The leader in global reach. FlightSafety serves the world’s aviation

    community providing total aviation training for pilots, maintenance technicians and other aviation

    professionals. We serve business, commercial, general and military aviation with training for virtually

    all fixed-wing aircraft and helicopters. We live, breathe and ThinkSafety.

    The Learning Center in Houston, Texas, offers pilots and maintenance technicians of ATR 42/72

    aircraft the resources to achieve proficiency and safety.

    Experienced Instructors, Superior Training Technology

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    • Get a head start on your training with FlightBag, our second-generation training

    materials app. Download complete training and pre-course study materials and

    access them wherever you are from any device. Materials are updated automatically

    as new information becomes available, yet it keeps all of your previous notes.

    • Our latest ATR 42/72 Level D simulator, designed and manufactured by our own

    world-leading simulation engineers, is equipped with VITAL IX, Honeywell

    Trimble HT 1000 avionics and Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS).

    • Customized training programs are available to meet specific training needs.

    • A wide variety of specialty and enrichment training is available through our

    eLearning and LiveLearning courses.

    ATR 42/72Training Program Highlights

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    ATR 42/72Training Program Highlights (continued from previous page)

    • We offer a wide range of training for technicians who maintain the ATR 42/72 aircraft.

    These courses include courses such as: Initial, Update, Advanced Troubleshooting,

    Engine Run & Taxi and Avionics courses.

    • Advance your career while enhancing safety and improving dispatch reliability with

    FlightSafety’s exclusive Master Technician training for the ATR 42/72. Master

    Technicians are recognized throughout the industry as having achieved the pinnacle

    of training for their aircraft.

    • We provide cockpit smoke training utilizing EVAS (Emergency Vision Assurance System).

    • We also provide professional scheduler and dispatch training and flight attendant training

    designed specifically for commercial operations and tailored to your distinct needs.

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    Check-In/Orientation Arriving at the center, you receive a warm greeting and a welcome packet

    of information about the specifics of your stay.

    Classroom Instruction Receive thorough classroom training from experienced, dedicated

    instructors supported by effective, state-of-the-art training devices.

    Peer Interaction Enjoy daily give-and-take with your peers, an important and stimulating additional

    source of information.

    Self-Paced Learning While you’re with us, take advantage of opportunities to review topics or

    learn new subject matter through a variety of self-paced learning materials.

    Simulator Briefings Prior to each simulator flight, review with your instructor the procedures

    and specific objectives of that particular session.

    Simulator Training Coached by your highly qualified instructor, practice and refine the flight-deck

    procedures requisite to your course of training.

    Simulator Debriefings After each simulator flight, debrief with your instructor to measure

    your progress and set your learning priorities.

    Results Complete your training knowing you have the information and skills your job demands –

    because training doesn’t stop until you’ve reached proficiency.

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    Simulator Profiles

    Year Sim Additional Visual DebriefingLocation Built Level Approvals Avionics Equipment System System

    Houston 1991 C FAA, TC, Dual AFCS, EFIS, VITAL X Digital(ATR 42/72) MDGAC VOR/ILS/ADF GPS, GPWS, Cockpit TCAS Video/Audio Recording

    Houston 2003 D FAA, TC, Honeywell AFCS, EFIS, VITAL IX SimVu(ATR 42/72-500) MDGAC, Trimble HT 1000 WX Radar, ANAC GPS, GPWS, FMS, TCAS

    Program Details

    Ground School High-Tech FTD, CPT Differences Location Software Classroom GFS Courses

    Houston PowerPoint N/A N/A Academic Courses Available for (ATR 42/72) Model-Specific Differences Training (ATR 42-300/500 Series, ATR 72-200/212A Series)

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    The FlightSafety Customer Training System

    The FlightSafety Customer Training System

    provides professional, safety-centered

    training that leads to proficiency, heightened

    decision-making and leadership skills.

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    In keeping with our role as the global leader in aviation safety, our training programs and flight

    simulators are qualified by international regulatory agencies, including the FAA, EASA, CAAC

    and Transport Canada.* *Not all programs qualified by all authorities listed.

    Inside the Most Trusted Name in Training

    Global Leadership FlightSafety delivers more than 1.4 million hours of professional aviation training

    each year. We operate the world’s largest aviation training network, with Learning Centers and training

    locations around the globe. We are honored to serve as the authorized training provider for the majority

    of business aircraft manufacturers.

    Expert Instructors FlightSafety fields more than 1,800 of the industry’s best instructors, each devoted to

    ensuring that our Customers are trained to proficiency. Each with the experience and credentials necessary

    to help our Customers perform at the highest levels of safety.

    Strategic Locations. Worldwide Vision. We train to best meet our Customers’ needs, wherever they

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    Course Length – Course length does not include simulator check days, if required.

    COURSE CURRICULUM INITIAL RECURRENT PRIOR EXPERIENCE

    COURSE MODULE 21 DAYS 4 DAYS 5 DAYS

    Ground School 70.0 hours 14.0 hours 14.0 hours

    Systems Integration Training 8.0 hours 2.0 hours 2.0 hours

    Briefing/Debriefing 9.0 hours 3.0 hours 4.0 hours

    Simulator (as a Crew) 24.0 hours 12.0 hours 16.0 hours

    Simulator (Single Pilot) 15.0 hours 6.0 hours 8.0 hours

    Maintenance Training – Maintenance training, including Pratt & Whitney Canada engine training, is also available for this aircraft.

    Course Dates – For course dates, please visit our website at flightsafety.com or contact the Learning Center listed below.

    Houston, Texas800.927.1521 • 713.393.8100fax [email protected]

    ATR 42/72 Pilot Training

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    COURSE CURRICULUM* DAYS HOURS

    ATR 42-300 (P&WC PW120) or ATR 42-500/ATR 72 (P&WC PW120) Maintenance Initial 15 Days 110.5 hours

    ATR 42-200/300 (P&WC PW120) and ATR 72-100/200 (P&WC PW120) Maintenance Initial 19 Days 114.5 hours

    ATR 42-400/500 (P&WC PW120) and ATR 72-212A (P&WC PW120) Maintenance Initial 19 Days 117.5 hours

    ATR 42-300 Advanced Troubleshooting 5 Days 33.0 hours

    ATR 42-300 Familiarization 5 Days 40.0 hours

    ATR 42-300 Maintenance Initial 10 Days 69.0 hours

    ATR 42-300 Engine Run & Taxi 3 Days 20.5 hours

    ATR 42-300 or ATR 42-500/ATR 72 Avionics Add-on 5 Days 37.5 hours

    ATR 42/72 Maintenance Training

    Course Dates – For course dates, please visit our website at flightsafety.com or contact the Learning Center listed below.

    Houston, Texas800.927.1521 • 713.393.8100fax [email protected]

    (continued on next page) *For more information on regulatory requirements, please contact the Learning Center below.

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    COURSE CURRICULUM* DAYS HOURS

    ATR 42/72 Maintenance Training

    *For more information on regulatory requirements, please contact the Learning Center below.

    Course Dates – For course dates, please visit our website at flightsafety.com or contact the Learning Center listed below.

    Houston, Texas800.927.1521 • 713.393.8100fax [email protected]

    ATR 42-200/300 (P&WC PW120) and ATR 72-100/200 (P&WC PW120) Avionics Add-On 5 Days 37.5 hours

    ATR 42-400/500 (P&WC PW120) and ATR 72-212A (P&WC PW120) Avionics Add-On 5 Days 38.5 hours

    ATR 42/72 Maintenance Update 5 Days 34.5 hours

    ATR 42-300 (PW&C PW120) or ATR 42-500/72 (P&WC PW120) Maintenance Differences 5 Days 34.0 hours

    ATR 42-500 Engine Run & Taxi 3 Days 20.5 hours

    ATR 42-500 Maintenance Initial 10 Days 69.0 hours

    ATR 72 Engine Run & Taxi 3 Days 20.5 hours

    ATR 42-500/ATR 72 Familiarization 5 Days 40.0 hours

    ATR 72 Maintenance Initial 10 Days 69.0 hours

    ATR Engine Run & Taxi Add-On 1 Day 8.5 hours

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