CA219 - Aerodrome Aviation Law

CA219 - Aerodrome Aviation Law

Objectives

General objective:

This course will introduce students to:

Air traffic rules - the student will know regulatory framework to perform the duties of air traffic services.

Understand and apply the rules related to aerodrome control service, flight information service and alerting service provision to IFR and VFR flights.

Understand and apply the rules concerning the determination and use of operating minima during the final approach phases.

Detailed objectives:

1 - Special VFRand Night VFR
2 - Differenciate areas of responsibility Control zone, traffic
circuit, Manoeuvering Area, Mouvement area, Vicinity
3 - Describe principles of ATFCM Working principles of
ATFCM, NMOC, Slot management, Slot allocation,
4 - Describe examples of pilot and controller communication for effectiveness
5 - Explain pilot notification of actions based on airborne systems warnings ACAS, GPWS
6 - Explain available ground based collision avoidance system warnings anti-incursion
7 - Explain expected approach times

Hours

  • Lecture : 23h
  • Supervised Practical Work : 9.5h

Form of assessment

Total assessment hours: 2

In brief

ECTS credits : cf Teaching Unit

Number of hours 34.5

Contact(s)

Places

  • Toulouse