The last thing an operator needs is to land at an airport that does not have the proper infrastructure or services to handle their type of aircraft. After you land, do you run the risk of the aircraft damaging the runway due to its weight, or sinking into the asphalt on the ramp? How can you determine adequate weather minima if an airport does not have instrument approaches? Is the airport suitable for night operations? How do you assess airport security infrastructure? This session discusses all of these considerations – and more – that operators should review before flying to an airport for the first time. This session will examine how dispatch and flightcrew can collaborate effectively on the mission planning of an airport assessment. Learn which questions are the right ones to ask, how to use effective checklists and what tools and resources are available to make proper assessments.
This session is eligible for 1/4 point towards CAM application and recertification.
Thursday, February 25, 2021 at 4:00 PM
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Who can attend?Everyone
Dial-in available? (listen only):Yes.
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Chad graduated from the Florida Institute of Technology in 2004 with a BS degree in Aviation Management with the Flight Option. In 2006, Chad was hired at CitationAir as a Flight Coordinator. Within the following 2 years, he became a Dispatcher,...
Steve Feldman, I have been a Pilot in the corporate aviation industry for 32 years and have multiple type ratings in a variety of corporate jet aircraft. I flew for the Aon Corporation for 15 years and served as the Chief Pilot. I am currently...