These organisations have been assessed by CAANZ and approved to provide type ratings under their CAANZ certificate or state NAA approval and are subject to periodic CAANZ oversight of the simulator and/or training programme. CAANZ oversight may be required for approval of the rating or training programmes undertaken.

Periodic oversight is required at least every five years. Prior to carrying out training, the pilot or organisation should contact CAANZ. 

Airlines or pilots wanting to obtain type ratings from organisations not listed below or requiring periodic CAANZ oversight as above, will need to pay for us to assess that organisation. That assessment needs to take place before the type rating is carried out.

Fixed Wing

Organisation

Type of aircraft

Airbus Industrie (Toulouse, France)

Airbus A320

ATC France (ATR Training Centre France)

ATR-72

Aviation Training Australasia Pty Ltd (Ansett Aviation Training)

Saab SF340, Metro III, DHC-8

Boeing Training and Flight Services

All Boeing types on the New Zealand register

CAE Dallas West (2929 W Airfield Dr, Dallas Texas, USA)

BE 400A and 400XT (Nextant). Dassault Falcon 2000EX

CAE SimuFlite DFW East (Texas)

EMB 500

CAE NETC (4 Apollo Drive, Whippany, New Jersey, USA)

This is a satellite of the CAE facility based in Dallas Fort Worth

CE680

Flight Options (Sunshine Coast, Queensland, Australia)

BE300

Flight Safety International

ATR-72, Cessna 650, Cessna 525, Cessna CE680, Learjet 35, Beech 1900D, Gulfstream IV, DHC-8, Gulfstream 650

Flight Safety Textron Aviation
International Learning Centre

(1951 Airport Road, Wichita, Kansas, USA)

BE400A, and Nextant differences course

Flight Safety International                                       

(1071 E Aero Park Blvd, Tucson, Arizona, 85756)

 CL604

Flight Safety International

Dallas, Texas

Dassault Falcon 2000EX

QANTAS Airways (Melbourne and Sydney)

Boeing 737-3/4/500, Boeing 737-6/7/8/900, Boeing 767

TRU Simulation + Training (Florida)

CE-525B, CJ3+

Rotary

Organisation

Type of aircraft

Leonardo Helicopters (Italy)

AW109E, AW109S, AW109SP, AW119, AW139, AW169

Airbus Helicopters (Donauworth, Germany)

EC 145 T2

Aviation Specialties Unlimited (USA)

NVG initial pilot training course 

Bell Helicopters Fort Worth (USA)

Bell 429, Bell 505

CAE New Jersey Morristown Training Center

Sikorsky S76B

CAE Simuflite (Dallas/Fort Worth)

Sikorsky S76A

Coptersafety Training centre Pyhtäänkorventie 11-13, 01530 Vantaa, Finland

H145 (EC145)

Flight Safety International (West Palm Beach, FL 33406, USA)

Bell 222, UH-60 Black Hawk

Flight Safety International (Singapore)

Sikorsky S76C+ and C++

MD Helicopters Phoenix (USA)

MD520, MD600, MD900

Metro Aviation Inc Shreveport (USA)

EC145, EC135

Robinson Helicopter Company Torrance (USA)

R22, R44 and R66

New Zealand

Organisation

Type of aircraft

Air New Zealand (Part 141)

Boeing 777, Boeing 787, Airbus A320, ATR 72, DHC-8

Airwork Flight Operations (Part 141)

Boeing 737-300

Recording aircraft type ratings

When you obtain a single pilot aircraft type rating, your instructor will complete one of the forms below.

They will also enter the new rating in your pilot logbook.

CAA 24061/13 Single pilot certificated aeroplane competency demonstration record [PDF 367 KB]

CAA 24061/21 Demonstration of competency – Type Rating – Helicopter [PDF 342 KB]

Make sure the signed form is emailed to us at pft.admin@caa.govt.nz or posted to PO Box 3555, Wellington 6140. It’s the evidence you’ve gained your type rating. It will be noted on your record in our database.

If you ever upgrade your licence, or you get a new ‘prime rating’ (e.g. an instrument rating), complete the form CAA 24061/04 Application for amendment to a pilot licence [PDF 203 KB] and email to us at lic.applications@caa.govt.nz. The new rating will be recorded free of charge. Please note, if you require type ratings added to your licence separately from an upgrade, there is a fee. See fees, charges and levies.