Name of the Organization : Civil Aviation Authority
Type of Facility : Air Transport Pilot License & Multi-Engine Airplane Type Rating
Country : Israel
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Official Website : http://en.caa.gov.il/
Air Transport Pilot License & Multi-Engine Airplane Type Rating :
Personnel Licensing :
** The Airline Transport Pilot and Aircraft Type Rating (Airplane) Skill Test Standards (pilot examiners, and check airmen (referred to as examiners throughout the remaining skill test standard) shall conduct skill tests in compliance with these standards. Flight instructors and applicants should find these standards helpful in skill test preparation.
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** The Civil Aviation Authority (CAAI) has developed this skill test standard as the
SKILL TEST DESCRIPTION :
** This skill test contains the Airline Transport Pilot and Aircraft Type Rating Skill test standards—Airplane.
** The Airline Transport Pilot and Aircraft Type Rating Skill test standards—Airplane includes AREAS OF OPERATION and TASKS for the initial issuance of an airline transport pilot license and for the addition of category, class, and aircraft type ratings to that license.
** The AREAS OF OPERATION are divided into two sections. The first AREA OF OPERATION in each section is conducted on the groundto determine the applicant’s knowledge of the aircraft, equipment, performance, and limitations. The eight AREAS OF OPERATION in the second section are considered to be in flight. All eight AREAS OF OPERATION in the
SKILL TEST PREREQUISITES :
An applicant for a type rating in an airplane is required by ANR.PEL to have
** the applicable experience;
** a minimum of a first-class medical license, if a medical license is required;
** the appropriate category and class rating, or accomplish the appropriate TASKS in the private/commercial pilot STS, which are not in this STS;
** received and logged ground training from an authorised ground or flight instructor and flight training from an authorised flight instructor, on the AREAS OF OPERATION in this skill test standard that apply to the aircraft type rating sought; and
** received a log document endorsement from the instructor who conducted the training, certifying that the applicant completed all the training on the AREAS OF OPERATION in this skill test standard that apply to the aircraft type rating sought.
** If the applicant is an employee of a AOC holder, the applicant may present a training record that shows the satisfactory completion of that license holder’s approved training program for the aircraft type rating sought, instead of the requirements of 8.1.4 and 8.1.5 above.
To determine that the applicant :
** Exhibits adequate knowledge of the precision instrument approach procedures with all engines operating, and with one engine inoperative.
** Accomplishes the appropriate precision instrument approaches as selected by the examiner.
**. Establishes two-way communications with ATC using the proper