This course is compulsory from December 20, 2019, according to the European regulations EASA FCL 745, for all pilots who want to carry out the first type of certification in an airline. Therefore, it is a prerequisite for access all airlines in the world.
The latest air accident studies show that loss of control of an aircraft is one of the highest risk factors that can lead to fatal accidents in our industry. For this reason, the prevention of loss of aircraft control is one of the main priorities in pilot training.
It involves familiarizing pilots with the possible situations that could occur in flight in different scenarios.
In this way, pilots can acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to be able to anticipate and avoid the loss of control in flight (LOC-I Loss of Control in Flight) and, therefore, develop the appropriate techniques to be able to recover from adverse situations that can occur.
5:00 hours of theoretical training and exam
3:00 hours on aircraft flight
The course consists of 8 hours over two days, in which the aerodynamics of the aircraft are studied. Also the procedures to recover from the maneuvers and how to mitigate the physical and psychological effects.
Course available at any time