Introduction to Aviation

BlackBird Training

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AED 4,700

AED 5,300

Duration: Upto 5 Days
Location: United States

The international air transport system is characterized by a complex interaction of various actors involved (e.g. airport, airline, air traffic control) and their specific technologies and operating procedures. Every aspect of aviation is defined and controlled by a comprehensive set of rules. Especially for someone new to the topic, understanding these complex procedures and rules can be very challenging.
 

This course aims to provide an introduction to aviation and an in-depth overview of correlations between air operations and technical matters in selected areas of responsibility of the various stakeholders.
 

During the course, the participants will be introduced to the national and international legal framework which are of great importance for all participating actors. Then, the functions and tasks of the different key-players (airport, airline, air traffic control) and their interaction with each other are discussed in detail. In addition, the basic procedures of flight operations are presented and explained from the point of view of all organizations involved.
 

Course Objectives of Introduction to Aviation
Upon successful completion of this course, the delegate will have gained a foundational understanding of all the aspects of flight presented in the modules. The delegate will also gain a broad knowledge of multiple aviation career pathways. This course focuses on the structure of the various organizations as well as their daily operations and interfaces between them. With the help of the participants’ input, the trainer and guest lecturers will develop aviation characteristics:

 

What are the challenges of landside and airside flight operations at the airport?
Who are the key players?
What does a day in the cockpit look like and how is it prepared?
What are the operating procedures and technologies used in a flight? How do airlines interact with each other?
How does air traffic control ensure safety at the airport and in the air?
Which different systems are available?
Course Outlines of Introduction to Aviation


The Introduction to Aviation course is built around the following 10 main areas:
Aviation History
Basic Aerodynamics
Intro to Flight Simulator
Airplane Instruments
Aviation Charts
Navigation
Flight Calculations
Aviation Weather
Weight and Balance
Predicting Airplane Performance
Detailed Content


Role and function of world aviation organizations
International regulations (ICAO, IATA, FAA)
European requirements (EASA, EUROCONTROL)
National regulations (CAA)


Airports
Airport organization and infrastructure:
Runway, taxiway, apron
Terminal configuration
Technical Infrastructure
Operation:
Airside operations
Landside operations



Air Traffic Management Basics
Long and short term planning (strategic, tactical, operational levels)
ATC-Slot, NetworkManager
Airport Slot, Airport coordination
Airport Collaborative Decision Making (A-CDM)

 

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