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Adverse Weather – Boeing Aircraft

Adverse Weather Course Boeing The course covers the topics of Adverse Weather Operations, Supplementary Procedures, FCOM Boeing 737. This course includes: Cold Weather Operations Hot Weather, Sand, and Dust Ash Cloud Avoidance Weather Radar and Weather Avoidance ABOUT THE COURSE We have compiled the topics related to adverse weather into one single course. The course […]

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Cold Weather Operation

Cold Weather Operations This course covers Cold Weather Operations and it is a generic course but based on the Boeing 737. Includes CFM and LEAP engine procedures. The course meets ICAO, FAA and EASA recommendations of training. Course duration: 40 minutes ABOUT THE COURSE The course meet the recommendation for training and is applicable for

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MEL – Minimum Equipment List – Commercial Transport Aircraft (FAR25/CS25)

MEL – Minimum Equipment List Commercial Transport Aircraft (FAR25/CS25) This course covers the usage of a MEL in the daily operation for Flight Crews and Ground Personnel. The course is developed for Boeing operators but may be suitable for any other commercial aircraft. Course duration: 40 minutes ABOUT THE COURSE The course meets the recommendation

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HUD & EFVS HGS 6000

HUD HGS 6000 Rockwell Collins System and operational description of the HGS 6000 system by Rockwell Collins for the Boeing 737. The course also includes the EFVS, Enhanced Flight Visual System. Duration: 1 hr The course contain a presentation with a final test. ABOUT THE COURSE The course covers the basics of the HUD &

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Narrow Runway Operations

Narrow Runway Operations The course is based on data and operation of the Boeing 737 but is also suitable for any other twin-engine aircraft. The course aims to increase the pilot’s knowledge of risks and the effect of engine failures during take-off and landing on a narrow runways and how to increase the safety margins.

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