Introduction ICAO Requirements for Extended Range Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS) have been in place since 1985, when they were introduced to apply an overall level of operational safety for twin-engined aeroplanes which was consistent with that of the modern three and four-engined aeroplanes then flying, to which no restrictions were applied. The course has been specifically designed to…

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Introduction Emergency Response Planning (ERP) is all about planning for an eventuality we strive to ensure will never happen. In fact, there is an opinion that the more prepared the organisation, then the less likely the event. Nevertheless, airlines need to have the capacity to deal with any unforeseen event from the smallest to the…

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Introduction On 11th September 2018 entered in force the new EASA Basic Regulation No 1139/2018 which repeals existing Regulation (EU) 216/2008. The so-called new Basic Regulation formalises EASA’s role in the domain of drones and urban air mobility, enabling the Agency to prepare rules for all sizes of civil drones and harmonize standards for the…

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 Introduction ICAO Requirements for Extended Range Twin-engine Operations (ETOPS) have been in place since 1985, when they were introduced to apply an overall level of operational safety for twin-engined aeroplanes which was consistent with that of the modern three and four-engined aeroplanes then flying, to which no restrictions were applied.The course has been specifically designed…

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Introduction Emergency Response Planning (ERP) is all about planning for an eventuality we strive to ensure will never happen. In fact, there is an opinion that the more prepared the organisation, then the less likely the event. Nevertheless, airlines need to have the capacity to deal with any unforeseen event from the smallest to the…

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Introduction Regulatory approval for Autoland was first given in 1968 with the first CAT III landing taking place in Jan 1969 (Sud Aviation Carevelle) This course is designed to familiarize current AOC holders and other operational and concerned personnel including Maintenance Management & Operations Staff with a detailed understanding of Low Visibility Operations (LVO) In…

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Introduction The introduction of Regulation (EU) 1178/2011 brought together all elements of pilot licensing, medical and training organisation approval under the direct regulatory control of EASA. Also included are regulations associated with Cabin Crew Certification, Flight Simulator Training Devices (FSTD) as well as the Requirements for the Regulatory Authorities. This course focuses on the specific…

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Introduction The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority, known in these regulations as the “Authority” has implemented CAR-OPS 1 based on the European Joint Aviation Requirements (JAR), with a view to harmonizing legislation and to regulate commercial air transport and private operations of aeroplanes. ICAO Annex 6 has been selected to provide the basic structure of…

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Introduction The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has published the Cover Regulation along with the Implementing Rules for the conduct of Air Operations as Regulation (EC) 965/2012 dated 5 October 2012 (published on 25th October) The Regulation lays down detailed rules for commercial air transport operations with aero planes and helicopters, including ramp inspections of…

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INTRODUCTION The role of Ground Operations Post Holder is a serious and demanding role and needs to satisfy the Regulator via the EASA Form 4 process that the applicant has both appropriate background experience and competencies to support the role. This course considers in detail the Role and Responsibilities of The Ground Operations Post holder…

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