The ATPL Flight Planning (Aeroplane) ground course is designed to cover the syllabus requirements of AC61-7 Appendix III (subject 40), which is significantly changed. The representative aircraft has also been changed to the Boeing 777-300ER
The revised course will comprising three main areas:
- Planning Concepts;
- Computerised Flight Planning; and,
- In-flight replanning.
You will be provided with a course textbook (Waypoints PilotBooks Volume 13), a workbook, a flight planning data booklet, and with teaching sessions on each of the course components, including plenty of practice exercises and review questions. The programme also includes a practice examination based on the ASPEQ exams, which is designed to give you a gauge of your knowledge as at the end of the course and to act as a learning focus tool.
Please note that it is your responsibility to organise your own sitting of the ASPEQ exam. We recommend you schedule the exam for at least a few days after the end of the course, to give you time to absorb and review the material and to do some practice of the practical aspects of the course.
Course are run in conjunction with Nelson Aviation College. To book onto one of these courses, please ring Leigh at NAC on (03) 5288382.
The courses close when they are full or 5 days before course commencement. The course limit is 32 students, and as demand is usually very strong, do not delay your decision to commit.
Duration: 5 days
Cost: $863.35 in 2023. The fee to 2024 TBA. Includes tuition, textbook (Waypoints PilotBooks Volume 13) and workbook notes. The ASPEQ exam fee is additional.
Dates: 29th to the 30th of April and the 1st to the 3rd of May 2024 (five days total), with an exam available at Motueka within a few days of course completion. CONFIRMED
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