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Air Operations and Air Crew Regulations Difference Course

Course Provider
Great Circle Services
Posted
01 April 2013
Location
Lucerne 17 and 18 June 2013
Training Area
Air Safety, Safety Management, Management, Aviation Management / Engineering, CAA (Civil Aviation Authority) Compliance, Management Training
Course fee
CHF 1100.-

Further information

New EASA regulations will replace existing rules on the operation of aircraft and flight crew licensing. During two intensive days the course explains the structure and content of the new EASA regulations with particular emphasis on the Regulation on Air Operations and Flight Crew Licensing; the course also presents the regulatory environment and the historic development of the new rules; the course further highlights the differences between the "new" and the "old" rules and sketches the impact on an operator's organization, management and supervision. In addition the course discusses practical solutions on how to cope with the changes. After completing this course you will be familiar with the new regulations and fully understand the critical issues. You will also be prepared to cope with the changes and you will be able to identify the critical areas that require attention in your organization. Location: Lucerne. Time: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Deliverables: Handouts, Lunch, Refreshments and Certificate of Attendance. Instructor: Michael GrĂ¼ninger.
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