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Old 30th Mar 2019, 01:53
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FAA A330 Type rating

Hi
Where can you get an FAA A330 type rating?
I am currently flying in Asia on A330 and need to convert my license to FAA.
Thanks
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Old 31st Mar 2019, 23:41
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There are only two A330 sims on the FAA list that are not run by airlines. Airbus in Miami and CAE in Montreal.
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Old 1st Apr 2019, 12:37
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330

sent you a PM with my email regarding 330

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Old 2nd Jun 2019, 10:10
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Originally Posted by ProZac View Post
sent you a PM with my email regarding 330

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In the same predicament as OP, any chance I could get a PM?
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Old 3rd Oct 2019, 17:02
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Can I get that as well?
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Old 3rd Oct 2019, 22:38
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If you have a job, the company will put you through a type rating
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Old 9th Oct 2019, 22:38
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Is there anyone going to do it in the next 2-4 months? I'm looking for a training partner. PM if interested.
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Old 9th Oct 2019, 23:08
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Do you have the right to work in the US or any idea how the US system works?
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Old 10th Oct 2019, 14:43
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Delta Air Lines has a Part 142 certificate and I believe does some training, probably on the back side of the clock. You might check with them as well.
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Old 16th Oct 2019, 23:01
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Originally Posted by rudestuff View Post
Do you have the right to work in the US or any idea how the US system works?
Most likely, they have zero desire to work in the USA nor care how employment works in the USA. FAA licence is widely accepted around the world. They have a job on type, adding the type to their FAA gives insurance down the road for other expat jobs. It is a pretty common situation.
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Old 28th Jul 2021, 11:28
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Originally Posted by MarkerInbound View Post
There are only two A330 sims on the FAA list that are not run by airlines. Airbus in Miami and CAE in Montreal.
Hi! I am looking to convert my ICAO ATPL to a FAA ATPL also have A330 endorsed on the FAA licence. Can you please assist me in this. Thank you
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Old 28th Jul 2021, 14:31
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Hi! I am looking to convert my ICAO ATPL to a FAA ATPL also have A330 endorsed on the FAA licence.
These people appear to have an A330 program. I don't know anything about cost:

https://www.iasflight.com/


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Old 31st Jul 2021, 23:30
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[QUOTE=bafanguy;11086268]These people appear to have an A330 program. I don't know anything about cost:
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They say they are located in the Airbus facility on 36th Street and “make use of” sims at Airbus and Boeing, which also has a training facility on 36th.
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Old 31st Jul 2021, 23:46
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Originally Posted by pacWG View Post
Hi! I am looking to convert my ICAO ATPL to a FAA ATPL also have A330 endorsed on the FAA licence. Can you please assist me in this. Thank you
The steps are -
1. Have your CAA verify your ATP to the FAA
2. Pass a Transportation Security Administration background check. You have to know which training center you are going to use because TSA has to forward their approval to the TC.
3. Complete an ATP CTP program which is 30 classroom hours and 10 hours of sim and does nothing to get you past step four
4. Pass the ATM written test
5. Complete an A330 training program
6. Pass the ATP checkride in an A330 sim
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