International Flight Operations

 
 
Code7700 LLC (Verlag)
  • 1. Auflage
  • |
  • erschienen am 1. April 2021
  • |
  • 670 Seiten
 
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978-1-7356475-2-4 (ISBN)
 

Flying internationally can be a daunting task. This book presents what the FAA, ICAO, EASA, and others have to say on a subject and then breaks that down and explains it in an understandable way that is truly applicable to what you as the pilot need to know.

The manual is organized first by the main pillars of international flight operations: negotiation, navigation, communications, surveillance, and abnormal procedures. It then presents a tutorial that takes you through the early decision-making processes, an oceanic crossing, and a flight around the world. Finally, it presents a 40-chapter appendix with everything you need to know that wasn't already covered. Topics as basic as how to plot and as esoteric as true course ten-degree tables are all part of the manual.

Whether you are new to international operations or have flown internationally your whole career you will find this book to be the most complete resource available today.

1. Auflage
  • Englisch
  • La Vergne
  • |
  • USA
  • Windows
978-1-7356475-2-4 (9781735647524)
  • Intro
  • Introduction
  • Section I - Negotiate
  • Chapter 1. Aircraft Regulatory Compliance
  • Chapter 2. Primary Source Materials (ICAO)
  • Chapter 3. Primary Source Materials (U.S.)
  • Chapter 4. Primary Source Materials (Regional)
  • Section II - Aviate
  • Chapter 1. Coordinates
  • Chapter 2. Direction
  • Chapter 3. Initial vs. Midpoint Course
  • Chapter 4. Class I versus Class II
  • Chapter 5. Plotting
  • Chapter 6. Reduced Vertical Separation Minimums (RVSM)
  • Chapter 7. Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)
  • Section III - Navigate
  • Chapter 1. Area Navigation (RNAV)
  • Chapter 2. Required Navigation Performance (RNP)
  • Chapter 3. Future Air Navigation System (FANS)
  • Chapter 4. Performance Based Navigation
  • Chapter 5. Class A through Class G Airspace
  • Chapter 6. Basic Area Navigation (B-RNAV)
  • Chapter 7. North Atlantic High Level Airspace (NAT HLA)
  • Chapter 8. Performance Based Communications and Surveillance (PBCS)
  • Chapter 9. Precision Area Navigation (P-RNAV)
  • Chapter 10. Required Navigation Performance-1 (RNP-1)
  • Chapter 11. Required Navigation Performance-4 (RNP-4)
  • Chapter 12. Required Navigation Performance-10 (RNP-10)
  • Section IV - Communicate
  • Chapter 1. Required Communications Performance (RCP)
  • Chapter 2. High Frequency (HF) Radio
  • Chapter 3. Voice Position Reports
  • Chapter 4. Satellite Voice Communications
  • Chapter 5. Controller-Pilot Data Link Communications (CPDLC)
  • Chapter 6. CPDLC Checklist
  • Chapter 7. Emergency Locator Transmitter (ELT)
  • Section V - Surveillance
  • Chapter 1. Required Surveillance Performance (RSP)
  • Chapter 2. Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Broadcast (ADS-B)
  • Chapter 3. Automatic Dependent Surveillance - Contract (ADS-C)
  • Chapter 4. Transponder Modes and Codes
  • VI - Abnormals
  • Chapter 1. Inflight Contingencies in Oceanic Airspace
  • Chapter 2. Drift Down
  • Chapter 3. Lost Communications
  • Chapter 4. Loss of Long Range Navigation
  • Chapter 5. Loss of RVSM Capability in Oceanic Airspace
  • Chapter 6. Weather Deviation in Oceanic Airspace
  • Chapter 7. Volcanic Ash
  • Section VII - Tutorial
  • Chapter 1. Trip Preparation
  • Chapter 2. Oceanic Departure
  • Chapter 3. Oceanic En Route
  • Chapter 4. Oceanic Arrival
  • Chapter 5. A Flight Into the Unknown (using an iPad)
  • Chapter 6. A Flight Back Home
  • Section VIII - Appendices
  • Chapter 1. Agriculture Import
  • Chapter 2. Airport Rescue and Fire Fighting (ARFF) Codes
  • Chapter 3. Altimeter Settings
  • Chapter 4. Altimetry (Metric)
  • Chapter 5. Altimetry (Temperature Correction)
  • Chapter 6. Altimetry (Transition Altitude, Layer, Level)
  • Chapter 7. Approach Ban
  • Chapter 8. Approach Categories
  • Chapter 9. ARINC-424 Shorthand
  • Chapter 10. Cabotage
  • Chapter 11. Call Signs
  • Chapter 12. CANPASS / eTA
  • Chapter 13. Conditional Clearances
  • Chapter 14. Continuous Descent Final Approach (CDFA)
  • Chapter 15. Course Reversals
  • Chapter 16. Customs / Immigration / Quarantine
  • Chapter 17. Disinsection
  • Chapter 18. Electronic Advanced Passenger Information System (eAPIS)
  • Chapter 19. Equal Time Points
  • Chapter 20. Extended Diversion Time Operations (EDTO/ETOPS)
  • Chapter 21. Flight Operations Checklist
  • Chapter 22. Flight Plans
  • Chapter 23. Fueling
  • Chapter 24. High Latitude Operations
  • Chapter 25. Insurance
  • Chapter 26. Journey Logbook
  • Chapter 27. Mach Number Technique
  • Chapter 28. Navigation Accuracy Check
  • Chapter 29. Navigation Worksheet
  • Chapter 30. Oceanic Checklist and RVSM/NAV Performance Log
  • Chapter 31. Point of Safe Return (PSR)
  • Chapter 32. Post-Position Plot
  • Chapter 33. Reroute
  • Chapter 34. Safety Assessment of Foreign Aircraft (SAFA)
  • Chapter 35. Slots (European Union)
  • Chapter 36. Southern Border Overflight Exemption (SBOE)
  • Chapter 37. Strategic Lateral Offset Procedure (SLOP)
  • Chapter 38. Traffic Information Broadcast by Aircraft (TIBA)
  • Chapter 39. True Course 10-Degree Tables
  • Chapter 40. Visa Waiver Program
  • Chapter 41. Wake Turbulence
  • Chapter 42. Waypoint Symbology
  • Chapter 43. World Geodetic System (WGS-84)
  • References
  • About the Author

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