15 Days
EASA Part-66 Licence
EASA Approved

Course Description:

Our Bombardier Global 6000 to Global 7500 Differential Course B1/B2 aims to cover the distinctions between two aircraft models, specifically the Global 6000 and Global 7500, despite their shared manufacturer. The primary emphasis will be on highlighting the significant differences in systems between the two aircraft types, while acknowledging the substantial overlap in major systems.

Aircraft Model:

  • Bombardier Global BD-700-1A10
  • Bombardier Global BD-700-2A12

Commercial Designation:

  • Bombardier Global 6000 to Global 7500 Differences

Entry Requirements:

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 on Bombardier Global 6000.

Frequently Asked Questions:

For the moment, this specific course will be only performed face to face.

Yes, AP Malta is an EASA Approved Maintenance Training Organization operating from Malta International Airport (MLA-LMML).

The maximum number of participants that can attend to each course is 12.

The pass mark for an exam is 75%.

If you don't succeed to pass on the first attempt, you will have the possibility to re-take the test.

Course Features

07, October 2024
Closed book multiple choice examination
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