A320 Line training
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Airbus A320 line training
Take your aviation career to new heights with our overall Airbus A320 Line Training program. Our expert trainers provide hands-on experience and industry-leading knowledge to prepare you for a successful career as an A320 pilot.
You’ll be able to contract with one of our European airline partners after you finished the line training program. With this contract you won't get out of your routine.
Our line training program is conducted on a modern commercial aircraft. This allows you to experience the systems, procedures, and complexities of operating a large jet aircraft in a controlled environment.
We provide one-on-one mentoring and support throughout the whole process. You will be paired with an experienced line training captain who will guide you through the process and provide feedback on your performance.
We understand that flying an airplane is more than just a job; it's a passion.
Open Horizon Aviation specializes in providing comprehensive and customized Line Training programs for pilots seeking to gain experience and proficiency in flying specific aircraft types. We offer exceptional training for pilots looking to transition from the classroom to the cockpit. These programs are designed to provide pilots with real-world flying experience in a safe and controlled environment.
Our team of experienced instructors will guide you through every step of the training process, from the initial briefing to the final flight evaluation. We offer training options, job opportunities, and in-flight instructions.Contact Us
Line Training programs
Our Line Training programs are designed to prepare you for the challenges of operating an aircraft in a real-world commercial environment. We focus on developing your technical skills, decision-making abilities, and overall confidence in the cockpit, making you a skilled and successful commercial airline pilot.
Our FAA-approved training programs are tailored to meet the individual needs of each pilot, taking into account their previous experience, and skill level. We understand that every pilot is different, and we strive to provide a customized training experience that meets your needs.
Safety is our top priority, and our Line Training program meets the highest safety standards. We are devoted to providing the best training and support to help our clients succeed in their aviation careers.
We are committed to ensuring the highest standards of safety, quality, and professionalism in all of our training programs. We work closely with our clients to ensure they receive the training, and support they need to succeed in their aviation careers. With our comprehensive Line Training program, you can be confident in your ability to take to the skies with the knowledge and skills needed to succeed as a commercial airline pilot.
If you are ready to take your skills to the next level and become a more confident and skilled pilot, contact us to learn more about our programs. We look forward to working with you and helping you achieve your goals in aviation!
Depends on the selected package and your initial skills, but about 2-6 months
EASA issued ATPL, CPL, and valid A320/IR type rating, ICAO L4, EASA Class 1 medical
Older than 18 years, non-criminal record
300 or 500 hours
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The training process
Frequently Asked Questions
How long does line training usually take?
The duration of training can vary depending on the airline and the specific training program. Typically, line training lasts anywhere from a few weeks to several months. During this time, the trainee pilot will fly a certain number of hours and flights under the supervision of a qualified instructor or captain, as well as complete ground training and simulator sessions.
What are the requirements to enroll in a line training program?
The requirements for enrolling in a line training program can vary depending on the airline and the specific program. Generally, to be eligible for line training, a pilot must have completed their commercial pilot's license and have a certain number of flight hours. Additionally, pilots may need to pass various tests and assessments, such as medical exams and psychological evaluations, to demonstrate their fitness to fly. It is essential to check with the specific airline or training program for their specific requirements.