by Captain Blaz Berdnik, TRE
1. Course duration
4. School management
5. Correct License Authority
6. Additional training
7. Training Airport
Dear present and future SAA trainees,
SAA has the pleasure to announce that we are increasing SAA’s already very high training standards to provide you with the best possible training quality and jet preparation for your transition to big jets and airline environment.
From 01.01.2020 on SAA Professional ATP training, MCC Phase will be conducted on Airbus A320 Full Flight Simulator. This means that the 20 block hours for the MCC phase (Multi Crew Cooperation course) within SAA Professional ATP Integrated program will not be performed on a King Air 200 Flight Simulator but the actual Airbus A320 Full motion, Level D, Full Flight Simulator.
With this we will achieve the following: SAA trainees will get the best possible preparation for their Airbus A320 Type rating course as well as for their transition to jet line training. With this SAA graduates will also receive an advantage over other graduates of other schools when applying for jobs or when being called for airline interviews. With this approach, SAA graduates will cover Jet transition training and MCC to be best prepared for their future airline career.
The course tuition will remain at the same level and will not increase at all. SAA is committed to providing you with the highest possible training standards, time and cost-efficient flight training with no hidden costs. All the best in 2020!
Captain Blaz Berdnik, TRE
Head of Training
SAA Aeronautical Acadamy