070 Operational Procedure


This subject is similar to Air Law, it teaches rules and regulations regarding maintenance, aircraft safety procedures, the safety of the operations inside the airports, air traffic regulations, procedures regarding fire and smoke, and other preventive measures and techniques. At the end of each subject, there will be interactive guided discussions with the respective instructors where they will address and prepare you for some of the toughest questions given by the authorities regarding the topic.

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What’s Included

  • 33 Hours Live Broadcasting
  • Study Material & Worksheets
  • Homework Assignments
  • Progress Testing
  • Unlimited Access To EASA (Performance) Question Bank
  • The Training Is Accordance To The EASA Regulations
  • Access To Our e-Learning System
  • ICAO Annex 6; Definitions (Flight time, alternate and e.t.c); Aircraft Lighting requirements; Accident prevention and Flight safety; EU-OPS General Requirements and Definitions; Air Operator certification requirements; Operations Manual (OM of FA as an example); Aeroplane Maintenance
  • Establishment of procedures; ETOPS; Alternates according to CAT minimal; Requirements for Alternate airports; MDA(H); DA(H); SID and STAR procedures; Noise abatement procedures; RVSM operations; Minimum flight altitudes; Fuel policy; Carriage of passengers and cargo
  • All-Weather Operations
  • Airplane equipment and Instruments; Minimum equipment for VFR day/night flights; Minimum equipment for IFR flight; Equipment for operation in icing conditions; Navigation equipment; First aid and oxygen; Seats and Harnesses; Crash axes and crowbars; ELT
  • Crew composition; Minimum flight crew for IFR and Night operations; Conversion, Training, and Checking (Type rating, Line training, and e.t.c.); Cabin Crew requirements (proficiency, training, and e.t.c.); Records (proficiency checks, journey log); Duty time period (definitions and limitations)
  • Grid navigation; Minimum time routes; MNPS Authority; Navigation requirements; NAT tracks; Polar Track structure; SELCAL
  • MEL and MMEL; Ground de-icing and anti-icing procedures; Bird strike risk and avoidance; Noise Abatement
  • Fire and Smoke, Pressurization system malfunctions 
  • Windshear and Microburst; Wake Turbulence; Security
  • Emergency and Precautionary Landings; Ditching; Passenger Briefing and Evacuation; ICAO requirements regarding Megaphones; Precautionary Landing; Emergency Landing; Fuel Jettison; Fuel Jettison procedure and safety; Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air
  • Contaminated Runways


  • Our virtual classroom is set up with the latest technological advancements to ensure a prime level of learning.
  • Students can attend lectures, go through the reading materials, complete assignments, and fulfill their theoretical requirements.
  • No geographic restrictions
  • Students can save tremendous time and funds on their overall pilot training!
  • Classes are broadcasted LIVE so that students may voice questions and enable optimum learning