The Fanjet Advantage

The Fanjet 600 sets the standard in jet training.

  • Flies like a jet at turbo-prop operating costs
  • Replicates the "jet-experience" and makes the transition to advanced equipment easier
  • Low cost and environment friendly way of training
  • Usage of low cost airborne simulator
  • Eliminates the entry level turbo-props in military aircraft training, making transition to jet smoother

Cost Savings

Conventional Jet Training Programs

  • At least three aircraft types (typically piston engine props, jet trainer aircraft, advanced jet aircraft) are required to complete the training
  • A large part of the time in training (approx. 250 hours) is on jet trainer aircraft which have high acquisition as well as operating costs
  • Transition from propeller aircraft to jet requires the student to unlearn the propeller aircraft habits acquired
  • A large percentage of students are eliminated during the high cost jet training phase

The Fanjet Training Concept

  • Requires only only two aircraft types (Fanjet and an advanced jet)
  • A significant part of the training time can be on the Fanjet 600, which has lower acquisition and operating costs compared to a trainer jet
  • Student experiences the handing qualities of jet aircraft throughout the training programme
  • As the student is familiar with jet aircraft and engine characteristics right from the start, there is a cost advantage in training on Fanjet