Airline Pilot Technical Interview Theory Course

The Airline Pilot Technical Interview Theory Course is a perfect companion to our Airline Interview Coaching Session. It explores more advanced theory concepts over 9 modules to give you an even greater advantage in your airline interview preparation.

The Airline Pilot Technical Interview Theory Course is a perfect companion to our Airline Interview Coaching Session. It explores more advanced theory concepts over 9 modules to give you an even greater advantage in your airline interview preparation.

Program Fees

Slide 1 APTI (Face-To-Face Classroom: 2 Days;
Distance Learning: 9 Sessions)
Face to Face Classes Package Price : $1,850
OR $463 x 4 Installments

Pay as You Fly : N/A
Package Price : $1,850
OR $463 x 4 Installments

Pay as You Fly : N/A
Live Online Classes Online Subscription Package Price : $995
OR $332 x 3 Installments

Pay as You Fly : N/A

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Program Overview

Airline Pilot Technical Interview Theory Course

Advance Your Knowledge, And Your Preparation

During the airline interview process, your level of technical knowledge in relation to a range of aviation theory topics will be consistently be explored and examined.

This Airline Pilot Technical Interview Theory Course is conducted in partnership with ACS – Aviation Consulting Services. It provides you with an in-depth look at a range of key advanced theory topics that may not be covered in detail as part of your broader preparation.

The course modules can be completed either in-person or via online distance learning. It gives you flexibility and allowing you to attend from anywhere in the world.

A Proven Competitive Advantage

Designed by Captain Darren McPherson, who is currently a Check and  Training Captain with a major international carrier. Our airline interview programs have been the secret weapon for more than 180 successful airline applicants in just over 3 years.

Darren’s extensive operational knowledge and experience will provide you with a comprehensive and real-world understanding of these important concepts. Most importantly, it gives you the head-start that you need in order to gain a proven competitive advantage over other applicants.

Schedule a meeting with us to discuss your aviation career goals and how we can help you to get there. 

Airline Pilot Technical Interview

Course Process

Airline Pilot Interview AERODYNAMICS 01 METEOROLOGY 02 AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS
03
JET ENGINE
THEORY
04
TRANSPORT
CATEGORY
AIRCRAFT
05
AIRLINE
OPERATIONS
06
AIRCRAFT
PERFORMANCE
07
Aerodynamics This module covers the principles and concepts of aerodynamics. Not only the basic knowledge which is mentioned in RPL and PPL theory, in addition, you will also learn about important advanced aerodynamic concepts including High-Speed Flight, Critical Mach Number, Sweepback, Poor Lift at Low Speed, Stability and Dutch Roll, Winglets, Aircraft Range and Centre of Gravity Control.
METEOROLOGY 02 AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS
03
JET ENGINE
THEORY
04
TRANSPORT
CATEGORY
AIRCRAFT
05
AERODYNAMICS 01 AIRLINE
OPERATIONS
06
AIRCRAFT
PERFORMANCE
07
Meteorology Meteorology plays an enormous role in aviation, and advanced knowledge is critical. This module covers topics including the atmosphere, cloud formation and types, drizzle / rain / showers, fog, wind shear and turbulence, thunderstorms, typhoons / cyclones / hurricanes, ITCZ, and jetstreams.
METEOROLOGY 02 AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS
03
JET ENGINE
THEORY
04
TRANSPORT
CATEGORY
AIRCRAFT
05
AERODYNAMICS 01 AIRLINE
OPERATIONS
06
AIRCRAFT
PERFORMANCE
07
Aircraft Systems In this unit we will discuss advanced aircraft systems including Instrument Landing System (ILS), Global Positioning System (GPS), The Ground Proximity Warning System (GPWS) and Enhanced Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS), Inertial Navigation System (INS)/Inertial Reference System (IRS), Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) and Airborne Collision Avoidance System (ACAS), and Weather Radar.
METEOROLOGY 02 AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS
03
JET ENGINE
THEORY
04
TRANSPORT
CATEGORY
AIRCRAFT
05
AERODYNAMICS
01
AIRLINE
OPERATIONS
06
AIRCRAFT
PERFORMANCE
07
Jet Engine Theory The Jet Engine Theory module takes a look at the different types of jet engines and their basic components, as well as the basic principles of a jet engine, aspects of their operation, and their limitations.
METEOROLOGY 02 AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS
03
JET ENGINE
THEORY
04
TRANSPORT
CATEGORY
AIRCRAFT
05
AERODYNAMICS 01 AIRLINE
OPERATIONS
06
AIRCRAFT
PERFORMANCE
07
Transport Category Aircraft In this module, we look at the specific classifications and characteristics of the 2 most common airliner manufacturers, Airbus and Boeing. We will discuss the major differences between these aircraft and also look into their respective pilot operating interfaces including fly by wire technology.
METEOROLOGY 02 AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS
03
JET ENGINE
THEORY
04
TRANSPORT
CATEGORY
AIRCRAFT
05
AERODYNAMICS 01 AIRLINE
OPERATIONS
06
AIRCRAFT
PERFORMANCE
07
Airline Operations Knowing the basics of how airlines actually operate can give you a critical advantage in your interview. We’ll discuss the theories behind Extended-range Twin-engine Operational Performance Standards (ETOPS), Extended Diversion Time Operation (EDTO), Polar Routes, and Great Circle (or Rhumb Line) Navigation. We’ll also look at the different roles of airline crew members and their specific duties.
METEOROLOGY 02 AIRCRAFT
SYSTEMS
03
JET ENGINE
THEORY
04
TRANSPORT
CATEGORY
AIRCRAFT
05
AERODYNAMICS 01 AIRCRAFT
PERFORMANCE
07
AIRLINE
OPERATIONS
06
Aircraft Performance The Aircraft Performance module provides you with an overview of some of the most important definitions relating to the performance of an aircraft including the effects of varying conditions. We’ll discuss topics including V Speeds, non-transport versus transport category performance definitions, and multi-engine theory.

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Our Graduate

Vincent Mok

“Darren is passionate about helping you to achieve your dreams. He knows exactly what the airlines are looking for, and makes you feel like you are the only student he is teaching. This course helped me not only to be successful in my airline application, but the advanced knowledge I gained also helped throughout my cadet training. I went from working in a tiny office with no windows to one with the most beautiful views in the world, as an A350 type rated pilot flying internationally.” – Vincent Mok

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