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Emergency Vision Assurance System (EVAS) Pilot Training

With this course, pilots will become familiar with the aspects of EVAS training. After completing the eLearning ground school, pilots will know how to:
  • State the location, purpose and operation of the EVAS components, controls, and indicators
  • Identify the required EVAS test procedures
  • List the steps involved in both normal and abnormal EVAS operations
  • Explain the limitations of EVAS
  • Describe how Crew Resource Management can influence the use of EVAS
The simulator session reinforces material presented in the ground training segment. In addition, the pilot will practice one arrival with smoke in the cockpit, requiring deploying of the EVAS unit. Human factor and CRM issues will be exercised.
Course Curriculum
Course Module 1.75 Hours
Ground School (eLearning) .75 hour
Briefing/Debriefing 0.5 hour
Simulator (30 minutes Pilot Flying) 0.5 hour
Flight Training Curriculum
1. Normal Operations
  1. Instrument Procedures
  2. Precision Approach
  3. Landing
  4. IVU Deflation
2. Emergency
  1. Smoke in Cockpit
  2. EVAS Deployment
  3. Approach utilizing EVAS
  4. Land utilizing EVAS

Training Locations & Contact Information

DFW Airport, Texas  •  866-486-8733  •  972-534-3200  •  fax 972-534-3199  •  dfw@flightsafety.com
Farnborough, United Kingdom  •  +44-1252-554-500  •  fax +44-1252-554-599  •  farnborough@flightsafety.com
Houston, Texas  •  800-927-1521  •  713-393-8100  •  fax 713-393-8111  •  houston@flightsafety.com
Long Beach, California  •  800-487-7670  •  562-938-0100  •  fax 562-938-0110  •  longbeach@flightsafety.com
Savannah, Georgia  •  800-625-9369  •  912-644-1000  •  fax 912-644-1036  •  savannah@flightsafety.com
St. Louis, Missouri  •  800-258-4351  •  314-426-6160  •  fax 314-426-2834  •  stlouisairline@flightsafety.com
Teterboro, New Jersey  •  800-827-8058  •  201-528-0100  •  fax 201-528-0101  •  teterboro@flightsafety.com
Tucson, Arizona  •  800-203-5627  •  520-918-7100  •  fax 520-918-7111  •  tucson@flightsafety.com
Wichita Hawker Beechcraft, KS  •  800-488-3747  •  316-612-5300  •  fax 316-612-5399  •  hawkerbeechcraft@flightsafety.com
Wilmington, Delaware  •  800-733-7548  •  302-221-5100  •  fax 302-221-5101  •  wilmington@flightsafety.com