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Low Visibility Operations

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PLEASE NOTE: The access to the e-course is limited to 3 months after purchase!

For airlines interested in volume licensing for e-learning, please go to ael.aero

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Product Description

Low Visibility Operations e-course:

Who should take the course?

  • Flight Crew, Flight Instructors

How long is the program?

  • The course is designed to be completed in average of 35 minutes.

This Low Visibility Operations course is in conformity with:

ICAO DOC 9365 AIR‐OPS Subpart E
EC‐regulations and ECAC (European Civil Aviation Conference) recommendations
AMC1 SPA.LVO.120 Flight Crew Training and qualifications

What is covered in the course?

Low visibility take-off

Low visibility approach and landing

1) characteristics and limitations of the ILS and/or MLS;

(2) characteristics of the visual aids;

(3) characteristics of fog;

(4) operational capabilities and limitations of the particular airborne system to include HUD symbolic and EVS characteristics, if appropriate;

(5) effects of precipitation, ice accretion, low level wind shear and turbulence;

(6) effect of specific aircraft/system malfunctions;

(7) use and limitations of RVR assessment systems;

(8) principles of obstacle clearance requirements;

(9) recognition of and action to be taken in the event of failure of ground equipment;

(10) procedures and precautions to be followed with regard to surface movement during operations when the RVR is 400 m or less and any additional procedures required for take-off in conditions below 150 m (200 m for category D aeroplanes);

(11) significance of DHs based upon radio altimeters and the effect of terrain profile in the approach area on radio altimeter readings and on the automatic approach/landing systems;

(12) importance and significance of alert height, if applicable, and the action in the event of any failure above and below the alert height;

(13) qualification requirements for pilots to obtain and retain approval to conduct LVOs; and

(14) importance of correct seating and eye position.

After completing all the chapters, the user is presented with a test in order to test his knowledge.

Will I receive a certificate upon completion of the course?

  • Yes, you will receive a certificate that documents your training.

For airlines interested in volume licensing for e-learning, please go to ael.aero

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