In this Controlled Flight Into Terrain course you will learn about CFIT definition, main purpose in the decision making process, Situational Awareness, Altimeter setting, Air Traffic Control, Flight Crew Complacency, Ground Proximity Warning System, SOP, Stabilized approach, Automation, Communication, Briefings and Callouts, Importance of CFIT training program and CFIT Escape Maneuvers.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
The course is designed to be completed in average of 35 minutes.
ICAO Annex 6 Part I Amendment 21 and 27: Operation of Aircraft – International Commercial Air Transport – Aeroplanes
ICAO Annex 6 Part II Amendment 22: Operation of Aircraft – International General Aviation – Aeroplanes
COSCAP-South East Asia Advisory Circular No. CSEA 001 – Guidance for Operators on Training Programmes for the use of Terrain Awareness and Warning System
COSCAP-South East Asia Advisory Circular No. CSEA 019 – Reduced Effectiveness of TAWS/EGPWS Equipment
EASA IR-OPS CAT.IDE.A.150 TAWS
EASA IR-OPS AMC1 & GM1 to CAT.IDE.A.150 Glideslope Deviation
EASA IR-OPS GM1 to CAT.OP.MPA.290 TAWS Flight Crew Training Program
FAA FAR 121.354
FAA FAR 135.154
- Case Study, Flying Tiger Line Flight 66 & American Airlines Flight 965
- ATC, Safe Altitude and position awareness, Altimeter incl. Settings unit
- SOP, Procedural incl. stabilised approach, Descent, Approach, Landing and automation
- CRM, Human Factors (complacency), Training Aspects, prevention including GPWS and EGPWS and finally correct handling of escape manoeuvre performed by flight crew