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TR prices for B373 NG

Old 25th May 2010, 11:48
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TR prices for B373 NG

Oxford, the most expensive: 15.600 MCC: 3895 pounds Base training 5500 examen 1280

Jet flight: 12600 pounds + VAT Base training 5500

PanAm 14.400 MCC 3800 Base training 5500

Cockpit4U TR + MCC 16.745 base training 5300

AA B737 NG type rating course cost including aircraft base training and VAT starts at 18,400 Euros / 16,300 British Pounds.
Eagle Jet International


14500

HUB AIR
13720


the cheapest one

http://www.airlineempires.net/content/view/207/79/
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Old 25th May 2010, 13:02
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Don't do it. Get a job first. There are hundreds if not thousands of 737 pilots out there looking for work with no hours on type up to thousands of hours on type.

Don't pay for a type rating unless you have a job offer already, in which case see where they would prefer you to go.

Other than that, sorry, no advice to offer...
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Old 25th May 2010, 14:20
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I assume Jet Flight is 12 600?
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Old 25th May 2010, 20:29
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B737

I think TR B737 is the worse type rating right now in the world. I am one of that pilots at home without job and experince on type. I know threre are B737 pilots with experience about 2000 hours on type and they have to accept a job (salary 1000eur), not bad if the other option is to be at home.....but i have friends they never stopped flying with ATR, Airbus,..(6.000eur.) So you can do it and then after 1 or 3 years please write here explaining what happened. In my case and others now it is too late to go to the past.
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Anyone did it at Cockpit4U?
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Old 26th May 2010, 16:19
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In fact, they offered me a work with this airplane and I`m waiting for confimation, if I have it, I will do it.

Otherwise, I will keep the money in my pocket to buy a BigMac...
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Old 28th May 2010, 19:55
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Pardon my ignorance, I can' t help but wonder what a B377-300NG looks like?

Does it still have a nose that looks like it was stolen from the A380 and put upside down?
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Old 28th May 2010, 21:12
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Good Luck if you chose to pay for a type rating.

One question you have to ask yourself is if another job comes up after you have done your type rating on a different type of aircraft would you be able to pay it again. i.e if you get a B737 TR and someone offers you an o/f on a kingair and said to you, you can have the job if you pay for the class rating then could you pay for the rating again?

why boeing and not airbus? they are building more airbus aircraft than boeing at the moment?

why not a q400?
If your after a jet job then there is still very little around + remember the prop aircraft pilots will be looking to upgrade.

what will do about SOP when doing your TR, which airline will you mirror, get this area wrong and it will be a waste of money.
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Old 29th May 2010, 04:30
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Any idea what 737-300 rating will cost like...I think if someone offering a contract it's good...It's better than spending your money in booze & women...like getting additional skill...money well spent!!!!

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Old 6th Jun 2010, 20:20
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Which FAA 737 or 320 TR is the best deal, out of curiosity? Anyone?
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Old 11th Jun 2010, 17:19
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Special price A320 and B737 We have a special price for A320 and B737 type rating in May and
to celebrate our success in Dubai we also offer the MCC for free when you take a type rating with us.

Special Price in May:
14.500 (Euro)
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Special price A320 and B737
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Old 12th Jun 2010, 04:05
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So you do to Dubai and get the type rating, then you need to pay for the all important base check. Hiring a 737 or 320 for that is quite expensive, SO Mae another 5000 euros?

But it will not land you a job, without experience on type it is worthless.
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Old 12th Jun 2010, 04:41
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Citation 3 stated that he had secured employment subject to being typed.

Congratulations to you on landing work in these 'dark days' for aviation mate.
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Old 13th Jun 2010, 05:46
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Congratulations indeed citation 3 on landing a job, well done. If your not sure where to train perhaps seek guidance from your new employer, maybe they have a preferred company ?

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Old 13th Jun 2010, 16:29
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Congratulations indeed citation 3 on landing a job, well done. If your not sure where to train perhaps seek guidance from your new employer, maybe they have a preferred company ?

ww
until now they did not confirm anything
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Old 15th Jun 2010, 00:28
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Had a mate go to Aerostar in Florida for his 737NG and loved it for what its worth. Cheers!
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Had a mate go to Aerostar in Florida for his 737NG and loved it for what its worth. Cheers!
I don`t recommend Aerostar to anybody. They wanted to charge me thousands of $ just to send me the CBT which costs them 1$ just to "stick" me to them.
That why I don`t recommend them to anybody.
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Old 15th Jun 2010, 20:05
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JAA B737 NG type rating course cost including aircraft base training and VAT starts at 18,400 Euros / 16,300 British Pounds.

Eagle Jet International

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Old 16th Jun 2010, 02:18
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What about Pan Am in Miami for the 737NG FAA rating.

Anyone done their training there and care to comment on the caliber of the training.
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Old 16th Jun 2010, 20:36
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14500

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