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PC12 type rating

Old 30th May 2019, 13:23
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PC12 type rating

What is the current cost of a PC12 type rating?
Is it possible to do the type rating in the US and put it on an EASA ATPL?
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Old 30th May 2019, 16:23
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Doesn't need a type rating in the US, so the type specific training you can get doesn't qualify as a type rating. Might be some school that perhaps caters to EASA exclusively, like FlightSafety (and the costs that come with that), but that's prob it. Your best bet is to do it in Europe.
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Old 30th May 2019, 18:25
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who's doing it? Price roughly?
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Old 30th May 2019, 23:30
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any chance you are looking for the single engine turbine class rating?
if so, is a type rating even required in that case or does any SET training cover also the PC12?
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Old 31st May 2019, 11:16
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Originally Posted by Hodin View Post
any chance you are looking for the single engine turbine class rating?
if so, is a type rating even required in that case or does any SET training cover also the PC12?
No, not in EASA Country.
PC12 is a HPA and has its own Typerating.
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Old 19th Jun 2019, 22:00
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I think BCFT down at Bournemouth can do it. May be worth a try.
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Old 20th Jun 2019, 05:04
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Originally Posted by inbalance View Post
No, not in EASA Country.
PC12 is a HPA and has its own Typerating.
You will need a SET PC-12 Class Rating. Call Jonathan Shooter at Oysterair, they are an ATO based on the south coast in the UK.
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Old 21st Jun 2019, 15:23
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In the Netherlanda at Kempen Airport (south of Holland):
https://www.kempenairport.nl/en/flig...ircraft-pc-12/
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Old 29th Aug 2019, 10:28
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How much roughly would be the cost of the training?
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Old 31st Aug 2019, 08:39
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Rough UK figures with 8h flying. 17k + Fuel + Airways + Landing Fees. Total just north of 20k with an income potential of around 500 //$ a day.
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Old 2nd Sep 2019, 12:21
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When you say "potential income of 500 /day", are you talking about freelance rates? Is there a demand fo it? (Private owners? Corporate companies?)
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Old 2nd Sep 2019, 13:05
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In the Netherlanda at Kempen Airport (south of Holland):
https://www.kempenairport.nl/en/flig...ircraft-pc-12/
Only if you bring your own aircraft....
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Old 5th Sep 2019, 08:28
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NewCag at EBCI is organizing a course by the end of September.
Count on a total budget of around 20000.
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Old 6th Sep 2019, 01:44
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just another way EASA rips off the aviation world, type ratings on light aircraft...
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Old 6th Sep 2019, 08:11
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Originally Posted by ironbutt57 View Post
just another way EASA rips off the aviation world, type ratings on light aircraft...
It's not a TR, it is a Class Rating. And I'm not sure you can classify the PC-12 as a "light aircraft".
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Old 6th Sep 2019, 16:35
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20K€ is for training on the aircraft I suppose (inflight).
What about doing the training in a simulator? Does that bring the cost down?
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