Boeing 737 New Generation Recurrent
It’s time to get refreshed.
ATP Certificate with a Boeing 737 Type Rating or Commercial Pilot Certificate with a Boeing 737 Type Rating
Crew Pilot Training offers recurrent training for the Boeing 737-700/800 series next generation aircraft.
The student pilot should be able to demonstrate good CRM skills, including judgment in planning and execution of normal, abnormal, and emergency procedures, as well as reach a level of proficiency necessary to complete recurrent training.
FAA APPROVED COURSE CONTENT
- 10 hours of academic ground training
- 2 hours of FTD module training
- Cockpit and panel review flows
- Checklist procedures
- 4 hours of simulator module training
- Cockpit prep flows
- Normal and abnormal emergency starts
- Normal takeoff with SID system abnormals
- Steep turns
- STAR with Precision approach
- Full-stop landings
- Rejected takeoff
- Emergency evacuation
- V1 Engine failure
- Single engine Precision approach
- Single engine non-Precision approach
- Hydraulic system failure
- Visual approach with hydraulic system failure
- Taxi-In parking
- Post-flight procedures
Crew Pilot training manuals, Volumes I & II. Approach plates are provided.
SCHEDULING YOUR RECURRENT TRAINING
Operations will schedule all training events individually with pilots once the class schedule has been confirmed. Each pilot will receive an e-mail containing all information needed for the training.
CLASS SCHEDULING AND ENROLLING
Classes are ongoing. However, if you have a specific day you would prefer to start, then bring a few of your buddies and we will try our best to accommodate you.
To submit an application, either:
- Use Crew Pilot Training’s online enrollment form
- Download and electronically submit Crew Pilot Training’s PDF enrollment form (when using Acrobat Reader)
- Download and email Crew Pilot Training’s Adobe (.pdf) enrollment form to email@example.com
- Email us (firstname.lastname@example.org)
DOCUMENTS REQUIRED TO COMPLETE ENROLLMENT
The following document copies must be delivered prior to class date via email to email@example.com
ATP or Commercial License:
If you hold the ATP flight certification, then we will need a signed PDF copy of it — front and back. If you hold a commercial license and have the ATP written, Crew Pilot Training will need a PDF copy of your ATP exam results and the ATP certificate from the ATP-CTP school you attended.
If you plan to apply for VA Benefits to get your tuition reimbursed, then we will need a PDF copy of your current first class civilian medical records. Remember you don’t need one unless you will be filing for VA benefits. You may wait on the medical, as we don’t need it until right before your class date.
If you use your birth certificate, we will need two forms of picture ID. If you use your passport, no additional identification is required.
B-737 NEW GENERATION RECURRENT COURSE TUITION: $5,000 OR $ 5,500 IF YOU REQUIRE A 61.58 CHECK
An initial deposit of $1,500 is required when enrolling and can be received by one of three ways:
Mastercard or Visa
The remaining course balance is due in our home office 10 days prior to class by a personal check or bank transfer. Please contact the home office for bank transfer information at firstname.lastname@example.org. A service charge of 3% applies when using a credit card for the second deposit.
Please make payments out to:
Crew Pilot Training, Inc
PO Box 6692
Kingwood, Texas 77325-6692
NOTE: If an FAR 61.58 proficiency check is required, an additional charge of $500 will be added for an examiner.
NOTE: No refunds are available once your training date is confirmed.
Crew Pilot Training has contracts with two hotels within walking distance to the flight school. The price will vary based on the time of year and what your personal request is. The price ranges from $69 to $99 plus tax. The operations department will make your reservations to assure confirmation of your room. We do our best to contract with motels that offer transportation to and from the flight school.
We are approved to accept veteran’s benefits, both post-9/11 and the GI Bill. We carry all the required VA forms in our office. Upon completing enrollment in our flight school, Crew Pilot Training will email the required forms for you to complete and return. Crew Pilot Training will file the VA paperwork for you once the course is completed. Your refund should arrive approximately six to eight weeks after graduation. Upon completion of the course, Crew Pilot Training will email you copies of all VA paperwork that was filed on your behalf. We require all students to pay upfront for our flight school. The VA will refund you if you are using veteran’s benefits.
More information is available on our VA Benefits page.
For students that are not U.S. citizens and for students holding green cards, you must apply for TSA approval to attend class. This is a requirement even if you have been approved for another U.S. flight school. This approval is required for each U.S. flight school you attend. You can apply for approval through www.flightschoolcandidates.gov.
Visa requirements: You should check with your embassy and the international students guide for more information. Crew Pilot Training flight school can be found under Texas, not Florida, on the TSA approval site.
CANCELLATION/REFUND AND RESCHEDULING POLICY
All cancellation notices must be by email or certified mail in our home office 30 days prior to class date. Please reference our cancellation and rescheduling policies.