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Global Express Initial Training

The Bombardier Global Express Initial Training is an EASA Part-147 approved Cat B1/B2 Theoretical and Practical type training course. It is geared for technicians seeking to endorse their Part-66 license with the BD-700 Global Series.

Course Announcement

Aircraft Type

Bombardier Global Express / XRS / 5000 / 6000

Course Type

B1/B2 Theoretical and Practical


16 Mar, 2020 – 1 May, 2020


United Kingdom

The course covers both mechanical and avionic subjects to Level III detail including the following variants:

  • Global Express
  • Global XRS
  • Global 5000
  • Global 6000

Both the Honeywell Primus and Vision avionics are covered in detail by a dedicated and type rated avionics technician.

Our Global courses are taught by our highly experienced and dedicated team of licensed engineers. By having numerous years of experience working on these aircraft, performing phase inspections, AOG assistance, troubleshooting and more.

Our instructors are veterans in their trade and hold EASA, FAA as well as other maintenance privileges with up to date and recent experience on the subjects they are teaching.

Visit our Services to view our course info for the Bombardier Global Express Initial Training.

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