Your Advanced UPRT training will need to be carried out with an Air Training Organisation (ATO) which holds the respective approval for the type of licence you require. Wings Alliance works with a network of ATOs who specialise in Advanced UPRT and hold single and multi approvals for either or both the UK CAA or EASA.
Advanced UPRT course objectives include:
- To understand how to cope with the physiological and psychological aspects of dynamic upsets in aeroplanes
- To develop the necessary competence and resilience to be able to apply appropriate recovery techniques during upsets
- The recovery techniques used during the course will where possible, be compatible with techniques typically used for transport category aeroplanes
There are no pre-entry or licensing requirements to commence this course.
We would recommend you complete this course after your Commercial Pilot’s Licence (CPL) course, as the Advanced UPRT is the prerequisite for the Airline Pilot Standards Multi Crew Cooperation (APS MCC) course.
There is no difference between the UK CAA or EASA Advanced UPRT certificates. The course involves 3 days of training typically compromising of:
- At least 3 hours of flight instruction with a qualified instructor on an appropriate training aircraft
- At least 5 hours of theoretical instruction
- Pre-flight briefings and debriefings
Flight instruction content:
- Understanding speed, attitude and angle of attack relationships
- The effect of g-load on aeroplane performance, including stall events at different attitudes and airspeeds
- Aerodynamic indications of a stall including buffeting, loss of control authority, and inability to arrest a descent
- The physiological effects of different g-loads between -1 and 2.5G and the surprise of the startle effect
- Training in techniques to recover from:
- Stall events
- Incipient spinning
- Spiral dives
- Nose high at different bank angles
- Nose low at different bank angles
- Training to develop resilience and to be able to employ mitigation strategies of the startle effect.
Further details of course content and syllabus, please refer to EASA’s Annex I to ED Decision 2019/005/R
UK CAA Advanced UPRT course
The UK CAA course Wings Alliance recommends is delivered by Ultimate High, located at Goodwood Aerodrome, West Sussex. Ultimate High are industry-leading experts specialising in UPRT, and have a fleet of high-quality aircraft and expert instructors, ideal for this task. They have been recommended by Wings Alliance due to their unparalleled experience and reputation.
What does the course include?
- 3 flights conducted in a T67M260 Slingsby Firefly over 2-3 days.
- 5 hours of Theoretical Knowledge Instruction
Courses normally take place Monday-Tuesday/Wednesday, continuing into Thursday if necessary. Courses take place most weeks all year round with up to 6 students at a time.
The Ultimate High Advanced UPRT course is priced at £1,995. As a Wings Alliance member, this price will be discounted by £300 when booked through the Wings Alliance. Please contact us for further information.
EASA and/or UK CAA Advanced UPRT course
The course the Wings Alliance recommends for individuals training for an EASA or dual license is delivered by Flight Performance Training (PFT), which is located at Brighton City Airport on the south coast of the UK. Holding both UK-CAA and EASA ATO approvals, Flight Performance Training is well-placed to deliver Advanced UPRT courses at the highest level.
What does the course include?
- Approximately 3 hours and 20 minutes of A-UPRT Flight Training in a Slingsby T67M Firefly
- 8 hours of instructor lead ground school
The course is conducted full-time over 3 days, subject to weather conditions.
The FPT course is priced at £1,745. As a Wings Alliance member, this price will be discounted by £145 when booked through the Wings Alliance. Please contact us for further information.
How to apply
Contact one of our Training Advisors to find out more about the Advanced UPRT course.