Airlines, pilots and flight crew

Personnel Licensing // Flight Crew Licensing // Quality Management

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Personnel Licensing

Aircrew licenses for both airplanes and helicopters are governed by the Overseas Territories Aviation Requirements (OTARs). For pilots, OTAR Part 61 is the relevant OTAR and contains requirements for Airline Transport Pilot’s License (ATPL), Commercial Pilot’s License (CPL) and Private Pilot’s License (PPL). OTAR Part 63 covers Flight Engineer Licenses. The eligibility requirements and ratings for each type of license and instructor rating are included along with details on type ratings and instrument ratings.

Flight Crew Licensing

The provisions of the Aircrew Regulation are published in several documents: Implementing Rules (published in the Official Journal of the European Union) and associated Acceptable Means of Compliance (AMC), Guides (GM) and Certification Specifications

Our seminar topics for the
Aviation at a glance:

Fundamentals of Air Law

  • International, European and German aviation law
  • International, European and national institutions and authorities
  • Aviation law ancillary criminal law

General flight operations

  • Equipment and operation of aircraft (ICAO Annex 6, EASA Part OPS)
  • Airspace and Air Traffic Rules (ICAO Annex 2, EASA Part SERA)
  • fear of flying
  • Pilot owner maintenance

incidents and accidents

  • Aircraft accident investigation and reports (ICAO Annex 13, FlUUG)
  • liability and insurance
  • relation to law enforcement
  • Safety consequences (licenses, permits)
  • Influence on the development and manufacture of aviation equipment

Tech. air carriers

  • Development, manufacture and continuing airworthiness: Part 21, Part M, Part 145, Part 147, Part 66
  • Approval of Design Organizations, Manufacturing Organizations and maintenance companies
  • Creation of manuals

Education, Licensing and Admissions

  • of aviation personnel (ICAO Annex 1, EASA Part FCL, Part AR, Part OR)
  • Flight schools (EASA Part ORA)

liability and insurance issues

  • liability systems
  • Liability in the operation of aircraft
  • Liability in the Carriage of Persons or Cargo
  • organizational liability
  • Corporate liability
  • product liability

Frank Dorner

is a well-known and recognized speaker and trainer in the industry: He lectures at industry-renowned aviation events such as Aero Friedrichshafen or the EUROPEAN AVIATION AND FLIGHTSCHOOL CONGRESS Speyer. He also taught aviation law at the technical school in Augsburg (aircraft mechanics) and as part of the flight instructor training courses and further training courses of the association flight schools of the Bavarian Air Sports Association LVB eV, the Baden-Württemberg Aviation Association BWLV eV and the German Helicopter Association DHV eV.

Planned training

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