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You've worked hard to gain the knowledge and skills needed to earn type ratings and fly proficiently. Take the next step. Go beyond proficiency and become a FlightSafety Master Aviator. Our new program builds on your proven flying abilities with challenging training that expands your skills and prepares you to react correctly to a broad range of demanding, unexpected situations. To become a Master Aviator, complete a series of advanced pilot training courses and your choice of electives. Gain a deeper knowledge of your fixed-wing aircraft or helicopter, advance your professional development, enhance safety, and strengthen all aspects of your flight department. Take pride in being a Master Aviator.

BE THE MASTER OF YOUR CAREER   For additional information, please call a pilot training sales manager at 800.625.9369, or email sales@flightsafety.com.

FIXED-WING CURRICULUM

All Fixed-Wing Master Aviator candidates must complete:
• A minimum of one initial or recurrent training event every eight months
• Two, three or four courses from each category:*
    – Core courses
    – Specialty or enrichment simulator courses
    – eLearning or LiveLearning courses
• The IS-BAO eLearning Library
• International Procedures Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT)

Core Courses

• Advanced Rejected Takeoff Go/No-Go
• Advanced CRM/Human Factors
  Line Oriented Flight Training (LOFT)
• Advanced Energy Management
• Advanced Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT)

Elective Courses

The specialty and enrichment and eLearning/LiveLearning courses vary based on aircraft type, but include courses such as:
• RVSM
• Safety Management Systems for Managers
• Air Medical Resource Management
• Fatigue Management
• Runway Safety
• Specialty Runway Courses
• Weather Radar

*Depending on aircraft type   †Not all courses may be available for all aircraft

HELICOPTER CURRICULUM

Our new Master Aviator helicopter curriculum allows operators to demonstrate their advanced skills on a variety of model types. Check with flightsafety.com to see the newest course offerings, as the program is continually refined to optimize training effectiveness.

Core Courses

All Helicopter Master Aviator candidates must complete these courses:
• A minimum of one Initial, Recurrent or Helicopter Instrument Recurrent training event every eight months
• Advanced Helicopter Crew Resource Management (CRM)
• Advanced Helicopter Surviving Inadvertent Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC)

Elective Courses

Choose four Specialty and Enrichment or eLearning/LiveLearning courses listed below:
• Helicopter/Rotary Wide Area Augmentation System (WAAS)
• Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B)
• Fatigue Management
• Safety Management Systems for Aviation Professionals
• Air Medical Resource Management
• Warm Weather Operations
• Cold Weather Operations
• Adverse Weather & Monsoon Conditions
• Helicopter Approach and Landing Accident Reduction (ALAR)
• Coping With Controlled Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)
• Night Vision Goggles (NVG) Initial‡
• Night Vision Goggles (NVG) Recurrent‡
• Night Vision Goggles (NVG) eLearning
• Corporate Aviation Security
• Hazardous Materials (Will Not Carry)
• Safety Management System (SMS) for Managers
• Weather Radar

‡Not all NVG courses may be available for all aircraft

Bundled pricing is available to Full Service Customers. This requires a two-year commitment and delivers all the training needed to achieve Master Aviator status. It provides special pricing to allow for greater budget efficiencies. You pay on an annual basis, which allows you to spread out your training costs.

These new fixed-wing and helicopter advanced pilot training courses are being extended to many different aircraft and models. Please contact your preferred Learning Center or Sales Manager for the latest details.