- Don't be duped by an inadequate or inappropriate HAZMAT and/or Dangerous
Goods course! Too many times airlines provide their flight crew and
ground service personnel with HAZMAT and/or Dangerous Goods courses that are
designed specifically for cargo shippers and/or airline cargo acceptance
staff, missing the mark completely on items of importance to their flight
crew and ground service personnel. Your flight crew does not need to
know how to fill out a Shippers Declaration of Dangerous Goods! What
your flight crews need instead is specific guidance for determining what
dangerous goods your airline is allowed to carry, where they can be stowed
on the aircraft, how they must be segregated and secured , the importance of
recognizing and finding hidden dangerous goods in passenger baggage, and
emergency response procedures for dangerous goods accidents and incidents on
the ground as well as in flight.
- Wing It Aviation has developed Hazmat and Dangerous Goods manuals and
training courses specifically designed to meet the needs of airline personnel.
Unlike most commercially available dangerous goods courses that have
designed their training program around navigating a specific dangerous goods
regulations manual and how to fill out a Shipper's Declaration of Dangerous
Goods, Wing It Aviation's handbooks and courses address real
issues confronting airlines and airline personnel in today's "security
conscious" environment allowing them to interpret the numerous and demanding regulatory challenges flight crewmembers and/or airline
employees can expect to encounter on a daily basis - items never addressed, or
even touched on by commercial providers - and provide appropriate guidance
for proper solutions.
The A300-B4 Automatic Flight Control System Training Video is designed for
the pilot transitioning to this Airbus variant. It is a foregone
conclusion that by the time a flight crewmember reaches the cockpit of this
aircraft they have already mastered the tasks necessary to actually hand-fly a
jet transport aircraft. In fact, flying the aircraft is the easy part!
The hard part is learning how to program the autopilot for the different
segments of an aircraft flight. This training video takes the student
through a normal take-off, go-around, and landing, as well as an engine failure
at V1, a single engine go-around, and a single engine landing. By studying
this video, and "chair flying" with the aircraft manual's AFCS chapter in hand,
the student will be able to come to simulator sessions prepared for the
scheduled maneuvers with a genuine understanding of the actual Automatic Flight
Control System and its programming.
Flight Engineer Flows are available for the DC-8, B-727 and A-300-B4.
These flows are available in video and book format and are designed to aid
the flight engineer candidate in preparation for initial aircraft training.
Each flow is designed to cover specific and required actions and procedures
which must be accomplished prior to the reading of a specific checklist, or
prior to a specific event such as engine starting.
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