Following the requirements contained in Appendix Ⅲ of (Regulation (EU) No 1321/2014) we have carefully crafted our Bombardier Challenger 604 to Challenger 850 Level Ⅲ Differences Type Training with the aim of delivering the most comprehensive model comparison at a pace, allowing our student to truly soak up all the information and gain a solid knowledge of the new aircraft model.
Aircraft Type: Bombardier Challenger 604 to 850
CL-600-2B16 (GECF 34) to CL600-2B19 (GECF 34)
Duration: 5 tuition days
Exam: Closed book multiple choice examination
Course Type: Level Ⅲ B1/ B2 Theory
Prerequisites: EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence cat B1/ B2 as well as the relevant type rating
A good command of English
Certificate: EASA Approved
Scope: Differences training is the training required in order to cover the differences between two different aircraft type ratings belonging to the same manufacturer.
Our main focus when delivering our Challenger 604 to Challenger 850 course is to highlight the systems that are significantly different between the two aircraft types that otherwise share a large portion of other common main systems.
This approach allows the students to build upon what they already know about Bombardier Challenger 604 enriching their knowledge with the new maintenance techniques used on Bombardier Challenger 850.
Target Group: EASA Part-66 CAT B1.1 and/ or B2 or other Aircraft Maintenance Technicians, Aircraft Engineers and Lead Maintenance Planners.
Whether our Bombardier Challenger 604 to Challenger 850 Level Ⅲ Differences Type Training B1/ B2 is held at our facility at Malta International Airport (MLA/LMML) or at our customers`proffered location, we at AP-Malta aim to deliver a high-quality learning experience, enriching our students` knowledge and skills set, and preparing them for the dynamic and demanding business aviation environment.