Airbus ACJ318 and ACJ319 can be operated under Part 135 operations

Previously operators of the ACJ models had to undergo a more demanding approval process, such as Part 121, the approval required of an airline.

While it is the aircraft operator that seeks the Part 135 approval, the aircraft involved need to comply with several requirements, and it is this eligibility that has been granted to the Airbus corporate jets.

These requirements include that the Airbus corporate jets and their cabins be certificated for public transport, that the number of seats certificated for taxi, take-off and landing be less than 30, and that the payload be limited to 7,500 lb/3,400 kg.

Most countries in the world are  closely linked with the regulations of either EASA or the FAA, while China CAAC are based on regulations from both EASA, and FAA.
Entry requirements
70 hours as a pilot-in-command of airplanes;
Valid ME, IR (multi-engine, instrument rating);
Valid CPL (ATPL theory) or ATPL;
Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate;
MCC certificate of completion*;
English level 4 according to ICAO requirements.
*MCC course could be integrated into your Type Rating Training program

Course contentTraining facilities

Computer Based Training (CBT);
CBT for the FMS;
A mock-up of the flight deck;
Classroom Instruction, practical training and examinations;
Mass & Balance Calculations;
Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) Performance (Tables);
Operational Procedure Training;
Ground training location:


Full Flight Simulator training
Base training (6 or 4 T/G)
Line training (optional)
Full Flight Simulator locations:

Various locations in Europe

A320 FAA Type Rating

Duration – The course requires approximately three weeks to complete and includes:

9 days of ground school/Labs – includes a blend of lecture, virtual flight, and CBT training

1 level 5 FTD procedures integration session (four hours per crew)
5 level D full flight simulator sessions including LOFT (twenty hours per crew)
1 oral & practical exam in a level D simulator by an in-house evaluator (four hours per crew)

Cost – contact

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