North Pacific & Polar Region (NOPAC/POL)

Duration: 01:30 hours

Exam: 25 Questions

Available: 90 days

Applicability: Flight Crew, Dispatch

 

This North Pacific & Polar Region training complies with EASA requirements and has to be completed by flight crew and dispatch before commencing a flight into the NOPAC/POL airspace. The course covers all requirements including relevant ADS/CPDLC procedures. Conducting of the general ADS/CPDLC course available in our store is highly recommended. The course can be used for initial and recurrent training.

 

Training consists of:

 

NOPAC/POL AREA:

  • General
  • Horizontal Extension
  • Vertical Extension
  • Organized Track System (OTS)
  • NOPAC Routes
  • Polar Routes
  • Mach Number Technique
  • Preplanning Routes and FL
  • ATC Flight Plan
  • In-Flight Procedures

 

AIRSPACE AND ATS:

  • FIR Boundaries
  • Controlled Airspace
  • Advisory Airspace (Routes)
  • Required Equipment
  • Separation Criteria
  • ATC Reliability

 

WEATHER:

  • Wind Patterns and Jet Streams
  • Temperatures
  • Precipitation
  • Seasonal Variations

 

FLIGHT PLANNING:

  • Preplanning and Fuel Computation
  • Final Planning
  • ATC Flight Plan

 

EN-ROUTE ALTERNATES:

  • Airport Services
  • Performance requirements
  • Approaches and Obstacles
  • Local Weather
  • Local peculiarities
  • In flight re-planning

 

FLIGHT PROCEDURES:

  • Pre-flight
  • National requirements
  • Frequencies
  • Special communication techniques

 

FMS OPERATION:

  • Sensor Limitations and Checks
  • Lat/Long handling
  • Cross points, patterns

 

IN FLIGHT CONTINGENCIES:

  • Performance related Emergency action
  • Other emergencies
  • Nav System Degradation

 

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES:

  • Communication Failure
  • Loss of Navigation
  • Loss of RVSM capability

 

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50,00 €