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Airline and Flight Operations - AVFO


While no outlines currently exist for this course, below are the course learning outcomes/competencies.

Course Learning Outcomes/Competencies

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Apply theory of pilot meteorology to case study scenarios.
  • Analyze the weather conditions related to high altitude meteorology, jet streams, turbulence, thunderstorms, airborne weather radar and wind shear and determine the appropriate action to be taken in a flight situation.
  • Demonstrate the proper use of advanced radio aids.
  • Prepare a report comparing the operations of basic and advanced aircraft systems with including gas turbine engines, flight controls, hydraulics, braking systems, pressurization and electrical systems.
  • Apply the theory of high speed aerodynamics to various case study scenarios.
  • Demonstrate the proper use of advanced navigational aids including PNR and CP.
  • Based on air carrier procedures, calculate weight and balance through practical exercises.
  • Utilize charts and table to assess aircraft performance during take-off, cruise and landings conditions.
  • Interpret then apply Canadian Aviation Regulations and standards to the appropriate air carrier operation.

Effective as of Fall 2007

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