Embraer ERJ 170 vs 190 (differences between) – Part-147 | ALL4JETS

Theoretical training course on aircraft type

Embraer ERJ 170 vs 190 (differences between)

for category B1.1 & B2

Description

Theoretical training (as a distance learning) in the scope of differences in equipment and construction of Embraer ERJ 170 (CF34-8) vs Embraer ERJ 190 (CF34-10) at the level required for aircraft type entry in category B1.1 & B2 to Part-66 licence, according to Part-66 Appendix III.

Practical training lasts 2 days. Course will be organized after getting the confirmation of access to the aircraft for training purposes. Date and place of practical training – to be discussed.

Prerequisites

General aviation knowledge at least at the secondary school level (technical secondary college).

Completion of training course on aircraft type: Embraer ERJ 170 (CF34-8).

Certificate

Student will receive the Certificate of Recognition (after passing all exams).

Embraer ERJ 170 vs 190 (differences between)

for category B1.1 & B2
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