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$205 USD
Minimum Equipment List (MEL) (LiveLearning)
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This course is scheduled on a demand basis, please contact us for availability.
Description

A flight crew boards an aircraft and finds that a technician has marked the fuel indicator circuit breaker as inoperative. Is the aircraft legal to fly? With FlightSafety's LiveLearning Minimum Equipment List (MEL) course, pilots will be able to:

  • Describe the function of MEL
  • Define the terminology specific to MEL operations
  • Explain how to read an MEL
  • Describe the process of using an MEL

This course is compliant with Transport Canada CASS 725.115(19), 725.115(6)(i) and TP 9155 Appendix S. Elements of FAA Advisory Circular 91-67and IS-BAO are included.

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Course Objectives

This one-hour course takes a case study approach to training and covers the following topics:

  • Definitions
  • Terminology
  • Minimum Equipment List restrictions
  • Removal or deactivation
  • Inoperative Equipment
  • Reading the Minimum Equipment List
  • Operational Use of the Minimum Equipment List
  • CRM Elements
  • Examination
Features &
Benefits
  • Learn how to determine whether a flight may be commenced or continued from any intermediate stop should any instrument, equipment or system become inoperative.
  • May be used by operators in meeting their IS-BAO MEL training requirements
  • Developed by experienced pilots, flight and dispatch instructors
  • Have the benefit of live interaction with our knowledgeable instructors with the convenience of training from any computer with an internet connection
  • Interactive and engaging
  • Obtain a FlightSafety Certificate of Completion
Additional Information
  • Price: $205 USD/person
  • Target Audience: Pilots
  • Regulatory Requirements: The LiveLearning MEL course was developed in accordance with Advisory Circular 91-67 and may be used by operators in meeting their IS-BAO MEL training requirements
  • Duration: 1.5 hours
  • Delivery: Led by a live instructor over the web
  • 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
  • To assure availability of space, we kindly ask that you make your LiveLearning reservation at least one business day in advance