Charter First Chooses Advanced Aircrew Academy For FAR 135 Training

Charter First has chosen a customized web-based FAR 135 training solution from Advanced Aircrew Academy. This solution is designed to help pilots meet FAR 135 training requirements while providing an excellent learning experience. In addition, Advanced Aircrew Academy offers a traditional classroom training solution to help pilots meet their training requirements. This article outlines the advantages of both solutions. Read on to find out why Advanced Aircrew Academy is the right choice for your business.

Standardized curricula

A standardized curriculum for part 135 training is available for use by a part 135 FAA-approved operator. It includes curricula and supporting courseware that meets the requirements of the Part 135 Regulation. The standardized curricula include the same standards, SOPs, flight profiles, equipment, personnel, and facilities for all operators. In addition, part 135 operators may incorporate SCP into their training programs to ensure that all training is delivered to the same level of quality.

The curriculum outlines the training provided to students and demonstrates the necessary skills for successful pilot certification. Part 142 training centers can only deliver the FAA’s curriculum nationally approved. It is an industry-driven process that provides a voluntary way to meet the requirements of current regulations.


Exemptions from Part 135 training and crew checking requirements are available for carriers operating under Part 121 and Part 119 regulations. Operators seeking relief must submit a Letter of Intent to the FAA and obtain an Operations Specification A005 from an FAA inspector, among other conditions. Operators should carefully review the exemptions to determine if they meet their needs. Read on to learn more about the exemptions and how they affect you.

The FAA responds to concerns raised by the Covid-19 outbreak by implementing new rules. In an April 1 Federal Register policy statement, the FAA will no longer enforce part 135 training requirements for pilots and other required flight crew members whose medical certificates have expired. The exemption will apply only to operators authorized by their employer to operate under the Part 135 training requirements. However, the FAA has not yet released any details on the exemptions for Part 91 operators, including those who fly within the U.S.

Management positions

The FAA’s guidance for evaluating applicants for part 119 management positions outlines specific requirements. This section applies to operators who are:

  • Already certificate holders.
  • Applicants are seeking a waiver from regulatory requirements.
  • Applicants are conducting operations under parts 121 or 135.


If you need a Part 135 flight simulator instruction manual, there are a few different options. One option is to create your own. Another option is to use a contract training vendor. Either way, you need to follow specific guidelines in making your manuals. Here are some of the most common requirements for a Part 135 flight simulator instruction manual. Regardless of your preference, it would help if you took some time to consider all of your options.

Technical Content Services offers a comprehensive Part 135 training manual following new FAA SAS requirements. It is designed to provide an operator with a complete framework for a part 135 training program. The training manual assumes that operators have primary jet or turboprop aircraft training. This manual is excellent for new and outdated operators who want a high-quality training program. It also meets FAA regulations and standards. The manual covers various topics, including the requirements for flight simulators.

Insurance requirements

FAA regulations, also known as Part 91 and Part 135, govern private aircraft operations. These regulations are designed to protect passengers and promote aviation safety. In addition, they establish a set of consistent guidelines for privately owned aircraft. In this article, we’ll discuss the requirements for insurance and training for pilots. You can also find some information about the Part 135 pilot training standards. But what are these standards, and how do they apply to you?

The FAA established the Regulatory Consistency Communication Board, a body tasked with clarifying inconsistencies between various regulations. In addition, NBAA’s updated Aircraft Charter Consumer Guide provides information for consumers. As a trade association, NBAA continues to support the development of an industry-wide master schedule and standardized training curriculum. We also support the FAA’s proposal to require Part 135 operators to use standardized curricula at Part 142 training centers.