Air Law

COURSE OBJECTIVE
The course explains how the system of international civil aviation developed to what it is today, describes the present responsibilities and activities of national governments and international organizations such as ICAO and the European Union in the field of international aviation and reviews the laws/regulations, policies and practices of the stakeholders concerned.
The course continues with a review of all annexes and Subparts of current legislation, enabling the participants to be familiarized with the contents of EU OPS and JAR FCL. After completion of the course the participant should have a clear understanding of the way the system of international civil aviation works and how to look for information on day-to-day work.

DURATION
Theoretical Instruction (including written test) – 21h – 03 Days

CONTENTS
• International Law
• Airworthiness of Aircraft
• Aircraft Nationality and Registration
• Personal Licensing
• Rules of the Air
• Air Traffic Services & Management
• Aeronautical Information Service
• Aerodromes
• Facilitation
• Search & Rescue
• Security
• Aircraft Accident & Incident Investigation

•EU-OPS, EASA Part-M, EASA Part-145, Quality System, (CE) Regulation 1008/2008, Convention on International Civil Aviation (Chicago Convention), ICAO, IATA, National guidelines;
•JAR-FCL, EASA CS-Definitions, EASA Part-147/Part-145/Part-66/Part-M, ICAO, IATA, IOSA (ISAGO), National and Operator’s guidelines;
•EUROCONTROL, EASA, ECAC;
•ICAO Doc. 9284-NA/905, ICAO Anexo 18, IATA DG Regulations.
•Written Test

PRE-REQUISITES
Any staff performing duties in an operator with a commercial AOC

COURSEWARE
– EU OPS and JAR FCL

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