Airline integration course (AIC)

The Aviation Institute’s Airline Integration Course (AIC) provides CPL/MEIR holders with a detailed introduction to the many demands of a multi-crew cockpit and the systems and operations of modern turbo-prop and jet aircraft. For low-hour pilots, or those with no commercial multi-crew experience, the AIC provides excellent preparation for a candidate’s first airline role.

The AIC also forms an integral part of the New Zealand Diploma in Aviation - Airline Preparation strand, the content includes the requirements of NZQA Unit Standard 27259 - Demonstrate knowledge and readiness for airline multi-crew flying operations.  For an overview of the entry criteria and selection process, click here. Once you have reviewed the entry criteria and have decided you would like to apply, follow this link.

The AIC is completed over four weeks at the Aviation Institute’s Auckland Campus and Flight Simulation Centres. The course includes:

A flight-deck famil (observational flight) and visits to an air traffic control centre and operational control and planning departments of Air New Zealand are included to consolidate learning and increase awareness of the various departmental interactions of today’s professional flight crew.

Course Fee

2016 Course Fee: NZD$11,155.00 incl GST


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