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The IAA FSTD Standards Section of the Flight Operations Department qualifies and approves devices as follows:
It evaluates and issues initial or renewal Qualification certificates for all training devices located within the State, and selected devices overseas, in accordance with Regulation Aircrew and CS FSTD A & FSTD H, as applicable, and the associated AMC material.
It issues user approval certificates for all training devices for which credits may be sought.
For further information on FSTD qualification and/or user approval please contact email@example.com
IAA Qualified Training Devices
|IE 104||D||Airbus A320||Aer Lingus, Dublin Airport|
|IE 110||BG||BAe 146/RJ Series||Simtech Aviation, Dublin Airport|
|IE 117||D||ATR 72-500||Simtech Aviation, Dublin Airport|
|IE 201||FTD 1||A320-214||Aer Lingus, Dublin Airport|
|IE 202||FTD 1||A330-200||Aer Lingus, Dublin Airport|
|IE 301||FNPT II||Multi Engine Piston (BE76)||National Flight Centre, Weston|
|IE 303||FNPT II||Multi Engine Piston (Piper Seneca)||Atlantic Flight Training, Cork Airport|
|IE 305||FNPT II MCC||Generic Twin Jet||Simtech Aviation, Dublin Airport|
|IE 309||FNPT II MCC||Boeing 737-800W||Atlantic Flight Training Academy, |
Eastgate Business Park, Cork.
Approved Training Organisation (ATO) Application
To register your interest in applying to open an Approved Training Organisation (ATO), please email firstname.lastname@example.org, briefly detailing your request. You will then be contacted by the Authority who will arrange a pre-application meeting to further discuss your request.