B737 / 300-900 [EASA]

FSTC Europe provides the B737CL and B737NG Type Rating course according to EASA regulations.

Entry Requirements for EASA License holders

  • 70 hours as a pilot-in-command of airplanes
  • Valid ME, IR (multi-engine, instrument rating)
  • Valid CPL (ATPL theory) or ATPL
  • Valid Class 1 Medical Certificate
  • MCC certificate of completion*
  • English level 4 according to ICAO requirements

For ICAO License holders

In case the trainee is an ICAO License Holder, other than EASA, the Pre-Entry requirements will be according to their own License Issued Authority Regulations.

  *MCC course can be integrated into your Type Rating Training program
**Jet Orientation Course (JOT) can also be integrated into your Type Rating program

Additional training

LVO (Low Visibility Operations)
RVSM (Reduced vertical separation minimal)

FSTC Europe offers a complimentary 3-day IR refresher course prior to the Ground School basic training.

B737 Facts you should know

  • The B737's maiden flight was on April 9, 1967,  more than two years before the first moon landing.
  • The B737 is the best-selling airliner in modern history, with over 8,500 built.
  • On average, more than 1,250 B737s are flying at any time.
  • The launch customer for the B737 was the German based Lufthansa Airlines.  
  • The B737-200 had an optional gravel kit, giving the aircraft the ability to fly into unpaved runways in remote locations.
  • The B737 doesn't have gear doors. Instead, the wheels have hub caps on the outside, and the gear wells have brushes on them to create an aerodynamic seal.
  • Many of the early B737 models had eyebrow windows, giving pilots better visibility in turns, and making star navigation easier.
  • On average, a B737 takes off or lands somewhere every 5 seconds.



19600, Mandra Attikis, Elefsina
Athens, Greece

  +30 210 556 3339
  +30 211 800 3339
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Sat-Sun: Closed for public (training only)