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737-300 EFIS Type

heph224

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Hi,

Does one need to have an ATP Certificate in order to get a 737-300 type rating?
 

Flying Illini

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You're in luck, with "space shuttle" time they waive the ATP requirement.
 

Dangerkitty

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heph224 said:
Hi,

Does one need to have an ATP Certificate in order to get a 737-300 type rating?
Furthermore, a B-737 type is a B-737. Makes no difference if you are flying a B-737-100 for the type ride or a B-737NG. It still just says B-737 on your ticket.
 
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bafanguy

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heph224 said:
Hi,

Does one need to have an ATP Certificate in order to get a 737-300 type rating?

Your question seems to say you know someone without an ATP who is contemplating a 737 type rating ?

If so, I'm not sure how much value there is in a type rating on a commercial ticket these days. Anyone operating a 737 will most likely require an ATP. So, wait until they have the requirements and take the ATP and type ride together to get max bang for the buck.
 

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"Oh, yeah and the -300's are not EFIS equipped."

I beg to differ. It all depends upon the original buyers' specs. I currently fly 4(four) different EFIS equipped -300's.
 

Dangerkitty

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NoahWerka said:
"Oh, yeah and the -300's are not EFIS equipped."

I beg to differ. It all depends upon the original buyers' specs. I currently fly 4(four) different EFIS equipped -300's.

I stand corrected. Thanks
 
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