ADVANCED UPSET PREVENTION RECOVERY TRAINING (Advanced UPRT)
LOC-I (Loss of Control Inflight) events are now the number one cause of hull losses and fatalities in commercial aviation. Due to this, EASA now mandates training towards ‘Upset’ recovery. Our courses are taught by current airline pilots as an introduction towards multi-crew concepts.
UPRT constitutes a combination of theoretical knowledge and flying training with the aim of providing flight crew with the required competencies to both prevent and to recover from situations in which an aeroplane unintentionally exceeds the parameters for normal operation.
Retford Gamston Airport, taught by our team of experienced instructors (FCL.915(e) compliant).
2 Days (can be modified to suit)
UPRT theoretical knowledge training (5 hour requirement)
3 hours of UPRT (C150a/Slingsby Firefly/Pitts Special S-2b)
Before commencing the UPRT course you must:
Be the holder of an EASA PPL(A)
£1500 all inclusive
For more information on the course syllabus, refer to FCL.745.A Advanced UPRT Course
Search for the ICAO AUPRTA Airplane Upset & Prevention Recovery Training Aid, Revision 3.0
to read the industry standard for UPRT.
With any other questions, please contact us.