Advanced Simulation and Flight Training Complex works
with a variety of regional airlines and corporate flight
departments that are seeking pilots with advanced airline
has a unique training strategy and business complex
at a cost comparable to traditional flight schools.
VIP flight training service means smaller classes, shorter
timeframe, airline instructors and turbine training
tailored to meeting airline and corporate requirements for hiring.
The traditional way to build the required flight hours after
obtaining a commercial pilot's license is to spend the money
getting the CFI CFII MEI flight instructor ratings. The theory
is that you get paid while you build flight hours over a 12
to 14 month time frame, instructing others in single-engine
aircraft. You still have to build 100 hours of multi-engine
time. In order to be a multi-engine, flight instructor, the
insurance company will require you to have 50 to 100 hours
of multi-engine time in the class and type of airplane in
which you are going to instruct. That usually requires you
purchasing the needed flight hours to qualify as a multi-engine
SimCheck Training has
a 250 hour commercial pilot VIP training program flying King
Air turbine powered airplane.
Training has Agreements with Airlines who are
seeking to hire SimCheck pilots upon
completion of the SimCheck initial 250
hours of training.
SimCheck Training highly recommends
taking the jet transition course before interviewing
for a regional jet airline. You need to know how to
operate glass cockpit (EFIS) and flight management systems
(FMS) while flying at speeds considerably higher than
that of the Turbo prop aircraft. Pilots that have completed
SimCheck Training get a substantial
discount on the jet transition course.
The statistics below is
why we at SimCheck Training has the most cost effective path to a career
in the corporate or regional jet airlines
The cost of the airlines
to hire new pilots:
0ut of 4000 thousand pilots
asked to interview, the airlines only get 800 to interview.
Of the 800 only 400 hundred will pass the initial interview.
Of the 400 only 200 will make it to fly the line.
The cost to a commuter
airline to interview a pilot is $2,500. The eight weeks
of initial ground school training is $15,000. Add the
simulator, 25 hours flying path I/O for Brasilia aircraft,
and another $30,000 - $60,000 on an R.J. A typical commuter
airline will lose 50 percent of all the training pilots
before they actually fly the line. The cost to the airlines
is substantial but the cost to the pilot is staggering
if her fails. Proper training and career planning provided
by SimCheck can avoid this hazard.
Unique training strategies
and business concepts set SimCheck Training
apart from other training companies by teaming with
other leading aviation companies and prominent decision
makers to make your aviation career get off to a successful