ACS Flight Training provide professional training which is recognised in the airline industry. In addition to recruiting for our sister company Air Charter Scotland, we have kept contact with our recent students now working with:-
Jet2, Loganair, Ryanair, Easyjet, DHL, and others
Our Commercial instructors range from career instructors who have previously operated training schools to current airline training captains. Our depth of experience reflects the excellent pass rate we have without additional training.
While we regularly hold open days you are welcome to visit our facilities for a chat anytime - just give us a call.
The aim of the course is to train the student to the level of knowledge and skill required to safely and effectively command a multi-engine piston aeroplane and to pass the ground examination and the Skill Test for the initial issue of a Multi-engine piston aeroplanes (Land) Class Rating for a UK or JAR Pilot’s Licence.
The ground training requirement is in accordance with JAR-FCL 1.261(a). The course entails a minimum of 7 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction in multi-engine aeroplane operation.
The flight training requirement is in accordance with JAR-FCL 1.261(b). The course consists of 6 hours of instruction which shall be flight in a multi-engine aeroplane. This is to include at least 2 hours 30 minutes dual flight training under normal conditions and at least 3 hours 30 minutes of dual flight training in engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques.
Training is conducted in one of our 2 Piper Seneca aircraft (G-PEGI, G-IFLP).
ACS Aviation is Scotland's specialist for Instrument Rating training. We operate 2 Piper Seneca aircraft and a matched FNPTII sim; this provides continuity for training and an easy transition from the procedural trainer to the aircraft.
The aim of the course is to train the student to safely and effectively command a multi-engine aeroplane under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) with an approach to land down to a minimum decision height of 200ft (60m).
The course for a multi-engine IR(A) entails 55 hours of instruction in instrument flying which is divided into 40 hours in the Flight and Navigation Procedure Trainer (FNPT II) and 15 hours in our Seneca II aircraft.
Students holding a CPL(A) issued in accordance with ICAO may have the training course reduced by 5 hours, which must be taken off the time on the FNPT II. Students holding an IR(H) may have the training course reduced to 10 hours as a minimum.