Multi Crew Certified FAA Embraer ERJ-145 or Brasilia EMB-120 Second In Command Type Rating
Airline Operator Conversion Course
750 or 1250 Hours as a Multi Crew Certified ERJ-145 or EMB-120 Brasilia First Officer During Passenger Scheduled Operations
- ANY NATIONALITY
- FAA Commercial Pilot License with Instrument & Multi-Engine Ratings
- FAA First Class Medical
- "English Proficient" stated on the back of the FAA License
- 300 Hours Total Flight Time including Simulator Time. Pilots with less than 300 hours Total Flight Time can apply & if accepted, will then need to reach 300 hours Total Flight Time prior to starting. Pilots have the option to complete a maximum of 25 hours in a low cost full motion Multiengine Simulator approved by Eagle Jet and its partner airline if preferred.
- 50 Hours Multiengine Time which can include a maximum of 25 Hours in a Full Motion Multiengine Simulator (Redbird, etc). Pilots with less than 50 hours Multiengine time can apply & if accepted, will then need to reach 50 hours Multiengine time prior to starting. Pilots have the option to complete the missing Multiengine time in a low cost full motion Multiengine Simulator approved by Eagle Jet and its partner airline if preferred but not to exceed more than 25 hours.
- Minimum of 3 take offs and 3 landings in the last 90 days either in an Aircraft or a Simulator. This recency is not required to apply but will need to be met before starting the ERJ type rating course.
- No Age Requirement
- Training Fee
FOR PILOTS NOT HOLDING AN FAA LICENSE BUT HOLDING A TRANSPORT CANADA LICENSE: It is a relatively simple process for holders of the Canadian Commercial License to obtain the FAA License thanks to a special agreement between the FAA and Transport Canada: All TC License holders need to do is contact an FAA FSDO (Flight Standards District Office) and make arrangements to take the written conversion exam.
FOR PILOTS NOT HOLDING AN FAA OR TRANSPORT CANADA LICENSE BUT HOLDING AN ICAO LICENSE (EASA FROZEN ATPL, AUSTRALIAN CASA CPL IR ME, ETC): Once pilots are approved to join, they can then complete at their own expense the FAA license conversion training with the FAA flight school of their choice.