Courses
H 135
H145
EC 145
BO105
Courses
H 135
H 135
Course content
Teaching staff
General requirements

This course comprises theoretical and practical training.

Depending on prior knowledge, the theory component lasts at least 56 hours and takes place in Rheinmünster. The theoretical training concludes with a multiple-choice test.

The practical component lasts at least 8 hours and is held in real life as well as in a simulator. All processes that enable you to operate a helicopter safely are trained. The course concludes with a test flight, lasting at least one hour with an experienced examiner. 
 

The theory component is taught by experienced type rating instructors (TRIs) or general instructors (GIs) with corresponding qualifications. Type rating instructors also carry out the flying component of the course.

All applicants must hold the following: 

  • a valid licence for helicopter pilots (PPL(H), CPL(H) or ATPL(H))  and 
  • a valid aeromedical certificate

If applicants also wish for their type rating to include flying under instrument flight rules, they must hold a valid IR(H) instrument rating for helicopters.
 

H145
H145
Course content
Teaching staff
General requirements

This course comprises theoretical and practical training.

Depending on prior knowledge, the theory component lasts at least 56 hours and takes place in Rheinmünster. The theoretical training concludes with a multiple-choice test.

The practical component lasts at least 8 hours and is held in real life as well as in a simulator. All processes that enable you to operate a helicopter safely are trained. The course concludes with a test flight, lasting at least one hour with an experienced examiner.

The theory component is taught by experienced type rating instructors (TRIs) or general instructors (GIs) with corresponding qualifications. Type rating instructors also carry out the flying component of the course.

All applicants must hold the following: 

  • a valid licence for helicopter pilots (PPL(H), CPL(H) or ATPL(H)) and 
  • a valid aeromedical certificate

If applicants also wish for their type rating to include flying under instrument flight rules, they must hold a valid IR(H) instrument rating for helicopters.

EC 145
EC 145
Course content
Teaching staff
General requirements

This course comprises theoretical and practical training.

Depending on prior knowledge, the theory component lasts at least 46 hours and takes place in Rheinmünster. The theoretical training concludes with a multiple-choice test. The practical component lasts at least 8 hours and is held in real life as well as in a simulator. All processes that enable you to operate a helicopter safely are trained.

The course concludes with a test flight, lasting at least one hour with an experienced examiner.

The theory component is taught by experienced type rating instructors (TRIs) or general instructors (GIs) with corresponding qualifications. Type rating instructors also carry out the flying component of the course.

All applicants must hold the following: 

  • a valid licence for helicopter pilots (PPL(H), CPL(H) or ATPL(H)) and 
  • a valid aeromedical certificate 

If applicants also wish for their type rating to include flying under instrument flight rules, they must hold a valid IR(H) instrument rating for helicopters.

BO105
BO105
Course content
Teaching staff
General requirements

This course comprises theoretical and practical training. Depending on prior knowledge, the theory component lasts at least 24 hours and takes place in Rheinmünster. The theoretical training concludes with a multiple-choice test. The practical component lasts at least 3 hours and is held at Baden Airpark. All processes that enable you to operate a helicopter safely are trained.

The course concludes with a test flight, lasting at least one hour with an experienced examiner. 

The theory component is taught by experienced type rating instructors (TRIs) or general instructors (GIs) with corresponding qualifications. Type rating instructors also carry out the flying component of the course.

All applicants must hold the following: 

  • a valid licence for helicopter pilots (PPL(H), CPL(H) or ATPL(H)) and 
  • a valid aeromedical certificate 

If applicants also wish for their type rating to include flying under instrument flight rules, they must hold a valid IR(H) instrument rating for helicopters.

Get to know the teaching staff
Attila Dellit
Leiter Approved Training Organisation (ATO) der DRF Luftrettung