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$190 USD
ADS-B (eLearning)
Description

FlightSafety's FAA approved ADS-B course will provide pilots with the training necessary to apply for FAA authorization to conduct ADS-B Out operations outside the boundaries of U.S.-designated airspace.

The training is conducted in accordance with FAA Advisory Circular 90-114 and addresses the requirements of Federal Regulations Part 91.225 and 91.227. This course is also compliant with EASA AMC 20-24, EASA AMC 20-40, and Transport Canada AC 700-009.

When completed, the pilot will be issued a certificate of training as evidence of being qualified for authorization to use the ADS-B system as required by certain routes and procedures worldwide. The certificate is part of the documentation submitted to the FAA when requesting issuance of this authorization.

For more information about LOA requirements please see FAA Info 13009 and AC 90-114.

This course is in our new user interface which will improve the training experience and is accessible on PC, Mac, or any tablet.

 

(This course is also available in Chinese)

这门课程也有中文版本
本版本ADS-B eLearning (e-学习) 仅用于丰富目的,不提供FAA证书。但是,该培训是根据FAA 90-114号适航通告进行的,并且符合联邦法规91.225和91.227部分的要求。

 

 

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Course Objectives

The objective of this course is to develop the pilot's knowledge of ADS-B system operation, and both the normal and abnormal operating procedures. Moreover, pilots will review the flight planning considerations, MEL requirements, and important human factors issues. Finally, pilots will be introduced to two features of ADS-B operations that business jets will not use until later when a better case can be made for their necessity: ADS-B In operations and the In-Trail Procedure.

The course covers the following topics:

  • Introduction
  • Operating Principles
  • Flight Planning
  • Operating Procedures
  • MEL Procedures
  • Phraseology-Specific Regions of Operations
  • Normal/Abnormal Procedures
  • Entry of ICAO Aircraft ID Applicable to Flight
  • Transmission of Generic Emergency Codes
  • Handling of Data Source Errors
  • Incident Reporting Procedures
  • Human Factors/CRM Elements as Required
  • Examination
Features &
Benefits
  • When approved by a POI, this course will provide pilots with the training necessary to apply for FAA authorization to conduct ADS-B Out operations outside the boundaries of U.S.-designated airspace
  • Learn both normal and abnormal operating procedures
  • Review the flight planning considerations, MEL requirements, and important human factors issues
  • Available anytime and anywhere via the internet
  • Interactive, engaging, self-paced course
  • Obtain a FlightSafety Certificate of Completion
  • Accessible on all tablets
Additional Information
  • Price: $190 USD /person
  • Target Audience: Pilots
  • Regulatory Requirements: Training is conducted in accordance with FAA Advisory Circular 90-114 and addresses the requirements of Federal Regulations Part 91.225 and 91.227, when approved by a POI. This course is also compliant with EASA AMC 20-24, EASA AMC 20-40, and Transport Canada AC 700-009.
  • Duration: 45 Minutes
  • Course Access:You will have access to this course for one full year.
  • Delivery: 100% web-delivered and self-paced
  • Credit: Once you have completed the course and successfully passed the test, you are awarded a FlightSafety International certificate of completion. If you are an existing FlightSafety customer, you can also pick up your record of training in myFlightSafety.