• Jet Orientation Course

Jet Orientation Course (JOC)

Keep up with innovations & invest into Your pilot career

Aircrafts of new generation  are waiting for You. A lot of airlines in the world are making a transition from the basic piston engine to jet engine aircrafts. Keep up with this tendency and get a qualification, which allows You to be aware of jet airline operations.

All included: Jet Orientation Course (JOC) in ATO „Aviacom Flight Academy“ (AFA) is conducted comprising theoretical training followed by practical training in aircraft cabin. During transition from the basic commercial training environment (piston engine aircraft) to jet airline operations, You’ll get familiar with new systems and piloting techniques.

“Well organized Jet Orientation Course for a good price, after finishing it I‘ve got a lot of useful knowledge and started to fly with Boeing without any problems. Recommend this course in AFA for everybody.“ 

Piotr Jermakov, pilot from Latvia


Jet Orientation Course (JOC) structure


Entry requirements

At least 70 hours as pilot-in-command of airplanes;

Valid multi-engine instrument rating;

Certificate of Multi-Crew Cooperation (MCC) Course completion;

ATPL / CPL license or have received theoretical knowledge instruction in an approved course at an approved Flight Training Organisation (FTO) and have demonstrated knowledge appropriate to the privileges granted to the holder of an ATPL (A) (frozen ATPL) or CPL (JAR-FCL 1.285).

Course description 


Theory – 8 hours


Introduction of jet aircraft

Jet engine versus piston engine differences

Basic principles of flying specified airplane

Power concept

Systems familiarization


General handling and IFR flying in the jet environment

Precision and Non-Precision approaches

Checklist and Briefing philosophies and techniques

Mutual work and task sharing in jet aircraft environment

Standard Operating Procedures

Cockpit Procedure Training (Mock-up)

Practical training – 4 hours

Pilot flying (PF) & Pilot Non-flying (PNF)

Why to choose AFA? 

Pocket friendly Lithuanian costs. The price level in Lithuania is up 30 % lower than in West/North European countries. According to „Eurostat“ survey 2016, price of hamburger „Big Mac“ was 8 Eur in in Germany and 4,21 Eur in Lithuania; price of 1 l gasoline  – 1,57 Eur in Norway and 1,02 Eur in Lithuania. Because of this unique position in a market, prices for AFA pilot training are lower too. We also don’t have any extra payments for brand or location, so You will not overpay for the same service choosing us.

100 % European quality. All training programs in ATO AFA are certified by EASA and meet full range all the requirements for the European standard pilot training. All AFA instructors have the EASA certificates needed, also long year international experience in aviation.   

Flexible & innovative AFA training methods allow You to train convenient at home and save money for travel and accommodation. We offer innovative on line training solutions and even ,,Flying Ground School”– the opportunity to have theory classroom sessions at Your home city.   


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