The B737 is one of the oldest and most popular narrow-bodied commercial airliner in the world, giving tough competition to its rival A320, in terms of sales. Currently, there is a total of 550 unfulfilled orders for this particular family of aircraft all over the world. While in India, there are currently four major airlines operating a total of 100 B737 family aircraft, recently two major airlines placed a huge order of 72 and 100- B737s, valued at 9 billion dollars and 12 billion dollars respectively, to start their operations within the country, in the coming years. With India being projected as the world’s largest civil aviation market by 2030 and with such a huge order underway, getting a B737 type rating should be the absolute choice for moving ahead in your career, after receiving your Commercial Pilot License.

In accordance with DGCA standards, we provide the B737 Type Rating.

The MCC and JOC are all included in the B737 Type Rating.

MCC – Multi Crew Cooperation

Each pilot for a commercial airliner must complete the MCC (Multi Crew Cooperation) course and be skilled in multi-crew cooperation (MCC). They must be aware of their role in the flight phase, whether it involves carrying out routine activities or responding to unusual or emergency situations. The Multi-Crew Cooperation course will familiarise you with the fundamental principles of airline flying, including cooperation, decision-making, checklist use, and mutual support, while also offering you a glimpse inside an airline pilot’s typical day. The B737 Fixed Base Simulator is used for the Multi-Crew Cooperation training to provide you a realistic grasp of aircraft systems and piloting dynamics.


Jet Orientation Course

The Jet Orientation Course is the ideal training programme to ensure a seamless transition from piston-engine experience gained while earning your CPL to jet engine operations needed for airline flying. Jet engines have unique qualities, and this training will increase your knowledge, proficiency with them, and awareness of the environment they operate in. The Jet orientation training is regarded as a mandatory need for their selection criteria by the majority of well-known airlines worldwide.

Minimum Requirements
  • Flight Time- 70 hours as a Pilot-in-command(PIC) of an aeroplane.
  • English language proficiency- ICAO Level 4
  • License- valid CPL(ATPL theory) or ATPL Issued by DGCA of India
  • Ratings- Valid Multi-engine(ME) and Instrument Rating(IR)
  • Physical status- Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate


Course Description

Theoretical training for B737Type Rating + JOC + MCC will consist of 110 training hours covering the listed topics. All ground-based theory sessions will be aided by Computer-based training (CBTs) and detailed PowerPoint Presentations (PPTs) for better understanding.

  • Aircraft Systems
  • Flight Management Systems (FMS)
  • MCC/JOC Training
  • Preflight Inspection Training
  • Cockpit Procedure Training (CPT)
  • Calculation of obstacle Clearance
  • Limitation
  • Mass and Balance Calculation
  • AFM Performance
  • Operation Procedure Training

Flight based simulator sessions consist of 67 hours on the Boeing 737 NG FBS/ FFS. Each Full Flight Simulator (FFS) session comprises 4 hours of flight training, between a crew of 2 pilots and is divided between pilot flying and pilot monitoring. A Minimum Period of eleven days is required for this part of training.

  • 12 hours of FBS Training
  • 55 hours of FFS Training
  • A Briefing start an hour before the flight Session, Whereas a debriefing takes place for an hour after the session.



Pilot Dispatch Area

Canteen For Students

Hostel Facility

Recreational Area/ Lounge Area

Transport to, from, and between accommodations and flight school

Get In Touch With our academy

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    Office Address

    Venus Tower, Office B-403/505, 5th Street, Veera Desai Road (above Axis Bank),

    Andheri West, Mumbai – 400058

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    +91 7276526726

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