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Training Solutions for UPRT

Upset Prevention & Recovery Training (UPRT) is a the method of teaching pilots to maintain control over their airplanes. It is a form of training that focuses on avoiding potentially hazardous situations in flight.

UPRT regulations will become effective shortly, and airlines are eagerly starting to implement these safety-enhancing initiatives.

UPRT.aero is an initiative of International Development of Technology b.v. (IDT). We provide UPRT services to the airline and business aviation industry. With over 35 years experience in simulation, human factors and training, we provide airlines with the complete suite of solutions for UPRT.

We offer integrated UPRT programs for airlines and Civil Aviation Authorities, including:

  • Train-the-trainer courses
  • Type-specific UPRT
  • Tools for UPRT academics
  • UPRT workshops (theory and practical for CAA)
  • Compliance with your CAA

We hope you will enjoy exploring our website and see what IDT has to offer. If you have any questions, or wish to further discuss your training needs, feel free to contact us anytime.

Dr. Sunjoo K. Advani
President, IDT b.v.
Founder/Chairman, ICATEE

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ICAO
EASA
FAA
CASA
Transport Canada
Civil Aviation Authority of Malaysia
Luftfahrt Bundesamt

Malaysia Airlines
KLM
Gulf Air
Air Iceland Connect
Aer Lingus
TRU
South African Airways
Flydubai
air Hongkong
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Meeting Competency and Compliance

UPRT regulations stipulate how the training is to be conducted at various levels within the airline. Navigating through the new regulations, and preparing all associated materials, is part of the airline’s responsibility.

IDT has provided this guidance and start-to-finish support to several airlines and ATO's, based on hands-on experience in creating these guidelines and rules.

Above all, our UPRT Program meets compliance while building instructor and pilot competence.

Commercial aviation is extremely safe


What is the Problem?


If an accident occurs, it’s most likely because the pilot “lost control” over his/her airplane. The accidents involving AirAsia flight 8501 in December 2014,  Air France 447 in June 2009, Turkish Airlines 1751 and Colgan Air 3407 in February 2009 are some examples. Industry determined that existing practices can be both ineffective and sometimes even contribute to LOC-I accidents.

What is an Upset?

An airplane upset is an undesired airplane state characterized by unintentional divergences from parameters normally experienced during operations. An airplane upset may involve pitch and/or bank angle divergences as well as inappropriate airspeeds for the conditions. These can lead to Loss of Control. Hence, preventing and recovering from upsets is the goal of UPRT.

The most essential part of UPRT is the “P”, or “PREVENTION”: We focus on raising awareness and systematically training a multitude of factors that could eventually lead to upsets, while also training proper recovery techniques, should prevention have failed.

ICATEE Recommendations

The International Committee for Aviation Training in Extended Envelopes (ICATEE) recommended:

- UPRT academic instruction for all pilots and instructors
- Better use of existing simulators, including surprise scenarios
- Enhanced sim instructor feedback on pilot controls and the aircraft flight envelope
- Aerodynamic enhancements to simulators to include stall characteristics
- Specialised training for UPRT instructors, including on-aircraft portion

These recommendations were integrated into ICAO Manual 10011.

ICAO 10011

National Authority Implementation

EASA issued in May 2015 under parts ORO.FC.220 and ORO.FC.230. Final implementation of all EASA requirements is expected by May 2019.

The FAA has issued Part 121.423 changes for UPRT, including post-stall training in simulators. These are driven by Public Law 111-216 Sec 208, Implementation of NTSB Flight Crewmember Training Recommendations. The FAA requires all Part 121 pilots to be UPRT-trained by March 2020.

EASA UPRT rulemaking
US Public Law 111-216
FAA AC 120-109A
FAA NSP GB 11-05

IDT's role in UPRT

Having been at the helm of developing these requirements, IDT implements these solutions into airlines. We prepare instructors, we deliver the UPRT training tools and we ensure that your training program meets regulatory requirements.


How to Achieve Your Goals?

IDT implements UPRT solutions into airlines. We prepare instructors, we deliver the UPRT training tools and we ensure that your training program meets regulatory requirements. Learn more about IDT's services and products.

Services and Products

Overall UPRT Implementation Guidance

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Regulatory Compliance Support

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UPRT Instructor Training

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Simulator UPRT Scenarios

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Simulator Enhancements

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Latest News

MPS and IDT launch UPRT collaboration

MPS and IDT launch UPRT collaboration

05/01/2019

MPS and IDT have signed a long-term collaboration agreement to integrate Upset Prevention and Recovery Training (UPRT) capability into current…
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Training for complex stall warning recovery events

Training for complex stall warning recovery events

03/27/2019

Qantas has incorporated more complex stall warning recovery events in recurrent lesson plans for its Boeing 747 flight crews. The…
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Aviation Safety Network releases 2018 airliner accident statistics

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The Aviation Safety Network (ASN) released the 2018 airliner accident statistics. A total of 15 fatal accidents occurred in 2018…
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Complex Weather Conditions and Awareness

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On 14 September 2010, the crew of a Sichuan Airlines Airbus A319 continued an ILS approach into Wuxi despite awareness…
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The Risk of Clear Air Turbulence

The Risk of Clear Air Turbulence

06/27/2017

Clear Air Turbulence (CAT) is responsible for multiple in-flight incidents resulting in many injured passengers every year, some of them…
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IDT Presence at ICAO LOC-I and UPRT Workshop in Ethiopia

IDT Presence at ICAO LOC-I and UPRT Workshop in Ethiopia

01/23/2017

ICAO continues to roll out UPRT world wide. The proper implementation of the principles of Upset Prevention & Recovery Training…
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Taking the subjective out of simulator feel

Taking the subjective out of simulator feel

08/24/2016

An article in CAT Magazine issue August 2016 describes a shift taking place in flight simulation motion systems, taking the…
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An insight into Sunjoo Advani, founder of IDT

An insight into Sunjoo Advani, founder of IDT

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CEO Magazine spoke with dr. Sunjoo Advani, president of IDT b.v., about his personal drives, vision and values that define…
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Man4Gen on YouTube

Man4Gen on YouTube

03/04/2016

The Man4Gen project has uploaded a video to its YouTube channel “Man4Gen”. Go have a look or CLICK HERE. The…
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Listen to Your Airplane – UPRT saves lives

Listen to Your Airplane – UPRT saves lives

02/22/2016

Learn how Upset Prevention and Recovery Training saves lives by improving the ability of pilots to develop an awareness of…
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IDT featured at ICAO African Region Conference on UPRT

IDT featured at ICAO African Region Conference on UPRT

07/01/2015

On 22 to 24 June 2015, the Eastern and Southern African (ESAF) Regional Office of ICAO held a conference on…
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Learning to do the right thing

Learning to do the right thing

06/19/2015

The Wall Street Journal published an article entitled “Airlines Put Pilots in a Real Spin in New Training Initiative”, featuring…
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ICATEE honoured by the RAeS

ICATEE honoured by the RAeS

11/20/2014

The International Committee for Aviation Training in Extended Envelopes (ICATEE) was awarded a Specialist Team Bronze Award for the Committee’s…
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NOS Coverage of IDT’s Loss of Control Accomplishments

NOS Coverage of IDT’s Loss of Control Accomplishments

11/06/2014

Pilots must practice in reality how to prevent loosing control over their airplane and regain control in the case of…
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How to train the trainer

How to train the trainer

09/01/2014

Upset prevention and recovery training (UPRT) will take many airline pilots out of their comfort zone, exposing them to places…
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Aerodynamic stall can prompt “brain stall”

Aerodynamic stall can prompt “brain stall”

03/27/2014

When pilots face an unexpected event—and with the impressive levels of reliability these days, these are indeed very rare—often there…
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The Element of Surprise

The Element of Surprise

02/20/2014

CAT magazine issue 1 2014 has published a new article on the need for startling scenarios as part of  Upset…
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Improvements in Motion Technology and Performance

Improvements in Motion Technology and Performance

06/25/2013

CAT 3 Magazine (issue 6) by Halldale Media has published an article on next-generation motion technology and how this technology…
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