Content

  • Classification of Dangerous Goods
  • Lim. and Variations
  • DG not listed by name
  • Mixtures and Solutions
  • Packaging of DG
  • Spec. of Packaging
  • Except. & Ltd. Quant.
  • State & Operator Var.
  • Marking & Labelling
  • Doc.; Declaration, Airwaybill & Captain's Notification
  • Accept., Handling & Load, checksheet
  • NOTOC (Notification to Captain)

Content

  • Introduction to human factors
  • Situational awareness and personal attitudes
  • Definition of team and teamwork
  • Fatigue
  • Stress
  • Decision making
  • Emotions and impact
  • Communication abilities and forms
  • Conflict management and solution-finding
  • Self-perception and perception of others

Content

  • Intensive program rehearsing critical flight scenarios before or during the flight operations
  • Bad WX at DEST or ALTN, RCL, Turbulences, Missed Approach Procedures, High Terrain Flights, CAT 2/3
  • approaches, Crosswind Landings, Low Visibility
  • Simulator introduction
  • Real simulation of bad WX at DEST or ALTN, RCL, Turbulences, MA, high terrain flights, CAT 2/3 approaches, Crosswind Landings, Low Visibility
  • Debriefing

Content

  • Aeronautical charts and navigation information
  • Airport charts
  • SID
  • STARs
  • Enroute charts
  • Approach charts
  • Practical example

Content

  • Introduction (History of Slot Coordination, Airport & Airway Slot, Airway Levels)
  • Slots (Definition, Law & Procedures)
  • Coordinators / Coordination (Function, Authorization, Process / Communication, Structure of messages, Options)
  • Scheduling (Scheduling process, Interdependencies, Mid- and longterm planning)
  • Conferences (IATA Schedules Conferences, EUACA Schedules Optimization Meeting)
  • Misuse (Definitions, Penalties)

CONTENT

  • Pavement Limitations, ACN/PCN system
  • Maneuverability on RWYs, TWYs and Apron
  • RWY Contamination and the affect on T/O and Landing
  • Climb out procedures and affects for departures on special airports
  • Arrival procedures on special airports, required approach climb gradients in combination with procedure turns. Landing distances under tailwind conditions. (Single landing direction)
  • Drift down situations over high terrain based on: 1 engine out performance / loss of altitude capability in combination with emergency drift down / escape procedures based on oxygen requirements.

CONTENT

  • Authorities and Regulations
  • Flight Permits
  • Freedoms of the Air
  • Bilateral Agreements
  • Transit Rights
  • Line and Charter Carrier
  • Relevant Documents
  • Obtaining procedure and messages
  • Practical examples

CONTENT

  • Flightplanning: TSA Waiver, eAPIS, Routes, FPL Filing, FSS
  • Entry Requirements: Custom Rules forDeparture and Arrival, Special Custom Regulations, Standard Custom Procedures
  • Regulations (FAR Part 91 and 135): private vs. commercial, within the USA and Regulationstatus
  • Permits: Customs Bond, Foreign Air Carrier Permit, Visa Waiver Program etc., how to obtain

CONTENT

  • What is the effect of aircraft icing?
  • Engines (Props and air intakes for jets)
  • Wing surfaces
  • Aircraft body (Gear, compartment doors etc.)
  • De-icing and anti-icing fluids and their characteristics
  • De-icing and anti-icing procedures
  • Holdover times (HOT-table)
  • Decoding of SNOWTAMS and MOTNE
  • Braking Action (friction tester)
  • Landing Performance
  • Contaminated RWY (for pre-planning,  for pilot)

Our Trainings

We have established a training program which allows airlines to fulfill the IOSA training requirements by adhering to the training syllabus given in ICAO doc. 7192-AN/857 Part D-3 which is the basement of our brief but challenging training Program.

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