LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES - CAT I-II-III


This is an outstanding program for initial or recurrent training on the procedures used in low visibility conditions in line operations for both takeoffs and approaches/landings. This program meets or exceeds the requirements for all civil aviation authorities. The course carefully discusses the following information; General definitions and an overall review of All Weather Operations (AWO) and Low Visibility Procedures (LVP). Specific requirements for Low Visibility Takeoffs to include a discussion on the need for Runway Visual Range (RVR) and Slant Visual Range (SVR). Limitations and requirements for all types of low visibility approaches to include CAT II, Cat IIIA, Cat III B, Cat IIIC approaches and a discussion on Decision Height (DH) and Alert Height (AH). Pilots are required to be initially trained on this material prior to performing these types of low visibility procedures and also have a requirement for recurrent training on this information. Courses are constantly monitored and updated when major changes in authority documentation is released.


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Course Info

Course LOW VISIBILITY PROCEDURES - CAT I-II-III
Category PILOT COURSES-GENERAL SUBJECT COURSES
Exam Yes
Number of Questions 10
Passing Grade 75
Course Duration 00:46:40
Availability 90 Day
Regulatory Compliance FAA / EASA / CAA and Compliance with IOSA audits

Price: € 74.00



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Content of the Course

COURSE START
INTRODUCTION
DEFINITIONS
All Weather Operations (AWO)
Low Visibility Procedures (LVP)
Low Visibility Take-Off (LVTO)
Runway Visual Range (RVR)
Svr (Slant Visual Range)
Cat II Approach
Cat III A Approach
Cat III B Approach
Cat III C Approach
Decision Height
Alert Height
Operating Minima
Aeroplane Categories
Mabh
Fail-Passive Automatic Landing System
Fail-Operational Automatic Landing System
Fail-Operational Hybrid Landing System
Obstacle Clearance Height (OCH) and Obstacle Clearance Altitude (OCA)
Obstacle Free Zone (OFZ)
Ils Critical Area
Ils Sensitive Area
AIRPORT REQUIREMENTS
Runway
Terrain Restrictions
Fixed Obstacles
Runway Surface
Airport Markings
Approach Lighting
Surface Movement
Runway Lights
Runway Visual Range
ILS Categories
AIRCRAFT EQUIPMENT REQUIREMENTS - MINIMUM EQUIPMENT
FLIGHT CREW REQUIREMENTS
GENERAL OPERATING RULES
Category II Operation
Category III Operation
Cat III Operations With A Decision Height (DH)
Cat III Operations With An Alert Height (AH)
Cat III Operations With An Alert Height (AH) And A Decision Height (DH)
Category III Operations With An Alert Height (AH) But No Decision Height
Decision Region (Cat II and Cat III Operations)
Decision Region Tracking Tolerances
Function of The Visual Reference
Operators Should Not Conduct Category II Or III Operations Unless
Use of Landing Lights
NORMAL OPERATING PROCEDURES - FLIGHT PREPARATION
Aircraft Status
Crew Qualification-Currency
Weather Information
Fuel Planning
APPROACH PREPARATION - AIRCRAFT STATUS
Weather Information
Approach Limitations
Atc Functions
Seat Position
Cat II or Cat III Crew Briefing
Monıtored Approach Procedures
Pm (Left-Seat Pilot)-Approaching DH:
The Decision-Making Process
In Cat III Operatıons With A DH
In Cat III Without A DH
Loss Of Visual References
ABNORMAL PROCEDURES/SYSTEM FAILURES
Downgrading Conditions
Failures
LIMITATIONS
SUMMARY
COURSE END