070 - Operational Procedures
Before taking off, the Crew must be aware of a number of regulatory obligations such as:
- The regulations that apply to its type of device.
- The list of on-board safety equipment.
- Operational necessities.
The points that will be developed during the videoconference sessions will be as follows:
- Study of annex 6
- Responsibilities of the operator
- Long-haul flight studies
- Special operations.
The "Operational Procedures" training concerns the operation of aircraft in the context of commercial air transport by airlines (operators) having their principal place of business in an EASA Member State. The EASA document, which details the applicable procedures, is CSOPS, which is based on Annex 6 (Aircraft Operations) published by ICAO of the Chicago Convention.
Officials LO's ( Learning objectives)
070 00 00 00 – Operational Procedures
070 01 00 00 – General Requirements
070 02 00 00 – Special Operational Proedures and Hazards – General Aspect
070 04 01 00 – Precialised Operations (Regulation (EU) No 965/2012 air operations as amended
The Objectives of Theoretical ATPL Airline Pilot Training
- Theoretical ATPL course support
- New Interns
1. ICAO Annex 6
2. General OPS Requirements
3. Supervision and certification of operators
4. Operational procedures
5. All weather operations
6. Aircraft equipment and instruments
7. Crew, logs and records
8. Long-distance flight and polar navigation
9. Minimum Navigation Performance Specification Airspace (MNPSA)
10. Special Operational Procedures and Hazards
11. Fire and smoke
12. Pressurization failure
13. Wind shear and microburst
14. Standby turbulence
16. Emergency and precautionary landings
17. Fuel jet
18. Transport of dangerous goods by air
19. Contaminated slopes
20. Review question