• CE-500 type rating

  • CE-500 Type Rating

    Aircraft information: The first flight of the Citation series took place in September of 1969. FAA certification was received in September 1971, two years after the first flight of the FanJet 500. The last delivery of the Citation I occurred in 1985. After the Citation I, many other Citation variants were designed and received FAA certification.

    The Citation CE-500 series (CE-500 Type Rating) jets marked the beginning of the largest family of corporate jets and pioneered the business jet market. More than 2,000 aircraft that are covered by this type rating are currently delivered. The Citation Encore+ was the last model built covered by the CE-500 type rating. Cessna is no longer producing the Encore+.

Models covered: 

  • Citation I (CE-500), Citation I/SP (CE-501)
  • Citation II (CE-550), Citation II/SP (CE-551), Citation S-II (CE-S550), Citation Bravo (CE-550B)
  • Citation V (CE-560), Citation Ultra (CE-560U), Citation Encore (CE-560E)

Course content CE-500 Initial Pilot in Command

This CE-500 type rating course leads to the Pilot in Command type rating. This type rating will be added to a FAA Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot license.

This Ce-500 type rating course meets the FAA Type Ratings practical standards (which is the same as the ATP practical test standards). Upon completion of the practical test, a Pilot in Command type rating (for PIC type rating) will be added to your FAA license. Since the practical test and check-ride is completed in the aircraft, there will be not be any restrictions on your license.

 Get your CE-500 type rating now!

Course Entry Requirements:
  • Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot License
  • Multi-Engine Class Rating
  • Instrument Airplane Rating
Schedule:

Day 1: 0830-1200 and 1300-1800 General / Aircraft Systems

Day 2: 0830-1200 and 1300-1800 Aircraft Systems / Performance

Day 3: 0830-1200 and 1300-1800 Limitations / Simulator Session 1 and 2

Day 4: 0830-1200 and 1300-1800 Aircraft Ground & Flight Training

Day 5: 0830-1200 and 1300-1800 Practice Check-ride / FAA Check-ride

Course:

Aircraft training materials:

  • Manuals (Aircraft and systems manual, training manual, weight and balance)
  • Cockpit familiarization posters
  • Checklists

Custom tailored ground training

Simulator training

Practical aircraft training

Type rating check-ride preparation

FAA Type rating check-ride

Course content CE-500 Initial Second in Command

This CE-500 type rating course leads to the Second in Command type rating. This type rating will be added to a FAA Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot license.
This Second in Command type rating course meets the FAA training requirements per 14 CFR Part 61.55. Upon completion of the training, a Second in Command type rating will be added to your FAA license. Since the training is completed in the aircraft, there will be not be any restrictions on your license.

Course Entry Requirements:
  • Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot License
  • Multi-Engine Class Rating
  • Instrument Airplane Rating
Schedule:

Day 1: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 General / Aircraft systems

Day 2: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 Aircraft systems / Performance

Day 3: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 Limitations / aircraft / Simulator session 1 and 2

Day 4: 0800-1200 Aircraft training

Course:
  • Aircraft training materials
    • Manuals (Aircraft and systems manual, training manual, weight and balance)
    • Cockpit familiarization posters
    • Checklists
  • Custom tailored ground training
  • Simulator training
  • Practical aircraft training

 Get your CE-500 type rating now!

Course content CE-500 upgrade training SIC to PIC

This CE-500 type rating course leads to the Pilot in Command type rating. This type rating will be added to a FAA Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot license.
This upgrade CE-500 type rating course meets the FAA Type Ratings practical standards (which is the same as the ATP practical test standards). Upon completion of the practical test, a Pilot in Command type rating will be added to your FAA license. Since the practical test and check-ride is completed in the aircraft, there will not be any restrictions on your license.

Course Entry Requirements:
  • Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot License
  • Multi-Engine Class Rating
  • Instrument Airplane Rating
  • CE-500 SIC type rating
Schedule:

Day 1: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 General / Aircraft systems

Day 2: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 Aircraft systems / Performance

Day 3: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 Limitations / aircraft / Simulator session 1 and 2

Day 4: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 Aircraft training / Practice check-ride

Day 4: 0800-1200 FAA Check-ride

Course:
  • Aircraft training materials
    • Manuals (Aircraft and systems manual, training manual, weight and balance)
    • Cockpit familiarization posters
    • Checklists
  • Custom tailored ground training
  • Simulator training
  • Practical aircraft training
  • Type rating check-ride preparation
  • FAA Type rating check-ride

Course content CE-500 Recurrent training (CE-500 type rating)

This CE-500 type rating recurrent course meets the FAA type ratings practical standards, and the requirements of 61.58. Upon completion of the FAA Check-ride, a 61.58 endorsement and a recurrent course completion certificate will be issued.

Course Entry Requirements:
  • Private, Commercial, or Airline Transport Pilot License
  • Multi-Engine Class Rating
  • Instrument Airplane Rating
  • CE-500 SIC type rating
Schedule:

Day 1: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 General / Aircraft systems

Day 2: 0800-1200 and 1300-1800 Limitations / aircraft / Simulator session 1 and 2

Day 3: 0800-1400 FAA Check-ride

Course:
  • Aircraft training materials
    • Manuals (Aircraft and systems manual, training manual, weight and balance)
    • Cockpit familiarization posters
    • Checklists
  • Custom tailored ground training
  • Simulator training
  • Type rating check-ride preparation
  • FAA Type rating check-ride

Single-Pilot Exemption for Citation CE-500

Premier Jet Training offers the Single-Pilot Exemption for the Cessna Citation Models CE-500, CE-550, CE-S550, CE-550 Bravo, CE-552, CE-560, CE-560 Ultra, and CE-560 Encore.
The Single-Pilot Exemption allows the pilot to fly any aircraft in the CE-500 type rating series as single-pilot.

Conditions and limitations:

  1. Operations have to be conducted under part 91
  2. Pilot must hold a airline transport pilot or commercial pilot certificate with instrument rating
  3. Pilot must hold a first or second class medical certificate
  4. Pilot must have logged at 1,000 total flight time to include:
    • 50 hours of night time
    • 75 hours of instrument time
    • 40 hours of actual instrument time
  5. 500 hours as pilot in command or second in command time or combination of both in turbine powered aircraft
  6.  Use of a boom microphone and headset while exercising privileges of exemption
  7.  Use a full functioning autopilot
  8. Complete a yearly recurrent single-pilot training program

This course can be added to an existing CE-500 PIC , upgrade or recurrent type rating course

 Get your CE-500 type rating now!

CE-500 Type RatingDifferences training for the different models covered by the CE-500 type rating:

  • CE-500 Citation I
  • CE-501 Citation I/SP
  • CE-550 Citation II
  • CE-551 Citation II/SP
  • CE-S550 Citation S-II
  • CE-550B Citation Bravo
  • CE-560 Citation V
  • CE-560U Citation Ultra
  • CE-560E Citation Encore and Encore+

Schedule: Each differences course is about 4 hours in length

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