On-Line International Procedures Recurrent

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PACIFIC OCEAN AND ASIA OPERATIONAL PROCEDURES

The FAA requires operators to be familiar with the regulations, flight procedures and contingencies. This course will review Air Traffic Management procedures  and clearances and a systematic look at the "Why" behind learning International Flight Operations Procedures specific to the regions mentioned above. is a series of 38 units of voice over slides presented via a “Cloud” based system. Each unit is between 9-15mins in duration. A one question quiz after each unit is required to be completed in sequential order to progress. You should be able to use any tablet, laptop or home based computer to access the course.

A solid internet connection with moderate speed is all that is really needed. This material will cover general oceanic and remote operations, Atlantic Ocean crossings and flight operations inside European airspace. After the last unit, there is a course critique. Please give us your honest feedback. The final stage to completion is the 35 question end-of-course exam, 80% or better to complete. After the exam, please look for the “Trophy” icon and click on it to print/save a PDF of your completion certificate. 6-7 hours for completion is the average time.

Below here is a general outline of the subject covered in this course. For more Information on pricing and availiablity,please email us with the contact form on this page.

Pacific Ocean Region

Airspace Organization and Routing Systems, PACOTS, NOPAC, Random Routes 
Navigation Specifications, RNP(RNAV)-10, RNP-4
Communications Specifications, HF, SATCOM Voice, Datalink, CPDLC
Surveillance Specifications, SSR, ADS-B, ADS-C
Oceanic Crossing Clearances, Request and Negotiations
Emergency, Abnormals and Contingencies
Risk Management factors and mitigation strategies
Flight Procedures and Oceanic SOP's
Reduced Separation Operations
Future Avionics Requirements in the Pacific Region
 

Asia Region Operational Procedures 

Regulatory Agencies and Equipage Requirements
Airspace Structure, FIRs and routes/track systems incorporated
Communication Specifications
Navigation Specifications and Approvals Required
Operational Procedures TERPS vs. PANS-Ops Procedures Differences 
APV Operations vs. Conventional Approaches
Security/Health Considerations
Terrain and Weather Considerations
Country Specific Requirements, China, Japan, Russia
Useful/Popular Airports and Cultural Issues