Aviation Performance Solutions (APS) have unveiled its line-up of EASA Advanced Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) courses that meet and exceed EASA Part-FCL.745.A requirements.

The company said its approved UPRT programs mitigate the risk of Loss of Control In-flight (LOC-I), aviation’s prime fatal threat to safety, through the addition of critical training elements missed by EASA.

APS say its three-tiered approach to EASA Advanced UPRT serves EASA member flight schools, airlines and commercial pilots motivated to mitigate the threat of LOC-I by establishing long-lasting, resilient, and effective upset recovery skill sets. Furthermore, APS EASA UPRT solutions are customizable based on the organization’s aircraft types, budget and training needs.

"All of our UPRT courses are delivered seamlessly by expert instructors who are not only highly qualified through their career experience but have also gone through intense, standardized, UPRT-specific training, giving them the expertise they need to successfully teach life-saving UPRT to pilots of all skill levels,” said APS CEO Paul Ransbury.

Headquartered at the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport in Mesa, Arizona, APS also have a European base at Breda International Airport, Netherlands.