Our Level 3 Differences Training is required to address the differences between two different aircraft models from the same manufacturer. Our primary focus in conducting our Challenger 604 to Challenger 850 course is to highlight the systems that are significantly different between the two aircraft types, which otherwise share a large portion of the major systems.
- MHI CL-600-2B19 (GE CF34)
- Bombardier CL-600-2B16 to CL-600-2B19 Differences
- Bombardier Challenger 850
- Bombardier Challenger 604/605 to Challenger 850
In order to join this course, the participant shall have an EASA Part-66 Aircraft Maintenance Licence cat B1/B2 as well as the relevant type rating.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Can i join a course remotely?
Yes, for all our courses we offer to our clients the possibility to join online or in person.
Is AP Malta a Certified Part 147 Organization?
Yes, AP Malta is an EASA Approved Maintenance Training Organization operating from Malta International Airport (MLA-LMML).
How many participants can attend to a course?
The maximum number of participants that can attend to each course is 15.
How much is the pass mark for an exam?
The pass mark for an exam is 75%.
What happen if i don't pass on the first attempt?
If you don't succeed to pass on the first attempt, you will have the possibility to re-take the test.