Training Centre (CASR PART 142)

NFI prescribes the requirements governing the certification and operation of aviation Training Center, DGCA 142-019D, provides an alternative means to accomplished the training required by CASR Parts 61, 63, 121 or 135. The course for which application is made on this section may be for flightcrew members, crewmembers, including flight attendants, dispatchers, material handlers, ground servicing personnel, security personnel and others approved by DGCA.

Training Centre (CASR PART 142)

  1. MANDATORY TRAINING: Awareness AVSEC, Awareness Dangerous Goods DG, Crew Resource Management CRM, Safety Management System SMS, New English Proficiency NEP and Windshear Training.
  2. SPECIAL TRAINING: Reduce Vertical Separation Minimum RVSM, Performance Base Navigation PBN- Required Navigation PBN- Required Navigation Performance RNP, Approach and Landing Accident Reduction ALAR- Control Flight Into Terrain CFIT, Upset Recovery, Low Visiblity Procedures LVP CAT-I, Circling, TCAS/ EGPWS, ETOPS, Bridging Course, Multi Crew Coordination MCC, Training Of Trainers TOT- General Instructor Course, ATP Ground
  3. OTHER TRAINING: Dangerous Goods for (Type A, Type B, Type C and Type E) and Aviation Security for (Basic, Awareness)

Training Category

  • Crew Resource Management (CRM)

    This course was developed and is designed to enhance safety by increasing the efficiency of relationship in between crew members. This increased efficiency is realized through training in team management, communication, situational awareness, decision making and recognition of the resources available to assist the safest, efficient of flight.

  • Awareness Aviation Security (AvSec)

    Security is a concern for everyone in the industry, affecting virtually all areas of operation

  • Awareness Dangerous Goods (DG)

    Dangerous Goods initial and recurrent training is a mandatory requirement for all pilots

  • Safety Management System (SMS)

    Guidelines to align your operations with ICAO annex 19 SMS provisions and comply with industry requirements for personnel licensing

  • New English Proficiency (NEP)

    *Under development (Lab CBT), process DGCA permit. The ICAO Language Proficiency requirements are applicable to both native and non- native English speakers. According to ICAO the burden for improved communications should not be seen as falling solely on non-native speakers - ICAO Doc 9835 states: “Native speakers of English, too, have a fundamentally important role to play in the international efforts to increase communication safety.”

  • Windshear Training

    This course provides you with the skills to recognize avoid and cope with inadvertent wind shear encounters. The participants will be able to techniques for improving chances of surfing an inadvertent wind shear encounter are (to summarize and communicate key wind shear information relevant to flight crews.)

  • ATP (Frozen) Training

    Under DGCA permit for ATP Frozen, Batch - 4, just end of course by December 8th, 2017 ATPL is the highest level of aircraft pilot certification. ATPL course is meant for future airline pilots. ATPL certified pilots are authorized to act as Pilot-in-Command [Commander] of an aircraft in any airline.

  • Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum (RVSM)

    This category of training is to train the Pilot license holder to understanding


    Performance Based Navigation (PBN), Required Navigation Performance (RNP)


    Approach and Landing Accident Reduction (ALAR) & Control Flight Into Terrain (CFIT)

  • Upset Recovery

    In large transport aircraft, an unusual attitude is usually defined as a nose up pitch attitude greater than 25 degs, a nose down pitch attitude greater than 10 degs...

  • Circling Approach

    The circling approach should be flown with landing gear down, flaps and at flap’s maneuver speed. Use the weather minima associated with the anticipated circling speed

  • Low Visibility Procedure (LVP) – CAT I

    Low visibility procedures exist to support Low Visibility Operations at Aerodromes when either surface visibility is sufficiently low to prejudice safe ground movement...


    Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) & Enhance Ground Proximity Warning System (EGPWS)


    Extended range perations by aircraft with two turbine power units (ETOPS or EROPS) are sometimes necessary to permit twin engine aircraft to operate over very long sectors

  • Bridging Course (Pre-entry Airlines)

    This course is designed to give the crewmembers, the advance aircraft systems and aircraft performance before entering the initial training on AOC 121/135 training program. The fresh graduated pilot will be better prepared when their start working in the airline.

  • Multi Crew Coordination (MCC)

    MCC (multi-crew cooperation) serves the purpose of optimizing the way in which a cockpit crew work together, cooperate and coordination.

  • Training Of Trainers (TOT), General Instructor Course (GIC)

    This Training has been designed for Ground Instructors, Flight Instructors and Aviation Maintenance Instructors, to help beginning Instructors understand and apply the fundamentals of instructional, keep up-to-date information on learning and teaching, and how to relate the information to task of teaching aeronautical knowledge and skills to students.

Nusa Flying International as an approved Pilot School has sufficient facilities to support its operations, assuring you of the very highest standards of safety, comfort and quality pilot education that you would except from a professional flight academy.