COURSE DURATION: approx. 24 HOURS (3 DAYS)

  • What are the international conventions and what impact do they have on aviation in the 21. century?
  • What are the freedoms of the air?
  • What is the content of some selected annexes?
  • What are the rules for collision avoidance?
  • What are the VFR and IFR flight rules?
  • What is the horizontal and vertical structure of the airspace?
  • What do the aerodrome ground visual signals mean?
  • What do all those marshallers’ gestures mean?
  • What is the ACN and PCN?
  • What is TORA, TODA, ASDA, LDA?
  • What do the aerodrome markings look like?
  • What does the movement area lightning look like?
  • How to work with the documentation issued by the Aeronautical Information Service?
  • What is the AIP structure?
  • What is the VFR manual?
  • What is the NOTAM and how to decode it?
  • What is the AUP?
  • How do the Air Traffic Services work?
  • What is the difference between the incident and an accident?
  • How does the Safety Management System work?
  • What is the Reason “cheese” model?
  • What is the SHELL model?
  • What does the safety risk management and evaluation look like?
  • How to fill the flight plan and when should it be activated?
  • Where and how to perform position reporting?
  • What are the altimeter setting procedures?
  • What is the transition altitude and transition level?
  • What are the general procedures in case of communication loss?
  • What are the approach segments?
  • How is the primary and secondary protection area designed?
  • What is the decision altitude and how is it calculated?
  • What do the abbreviations like MSA, MRVA etc. mean?
  • What is the LVO?

All of these and many more questions will be answered in the interactive online course AIR LAW, where the instructor will explain you that and together you will train many tasks from daily aviation life (that are partly similar to Flight Planning and Monitoring subject) that you may encounter also in the ATPL Air law exam. Its knowledge is pilot’s basic knowledge. Since our aim is to make the courses illustrative, we will also do the tasks related to Aeronautical Information Publication, VFR manual, Airspace Use Plan / Update Use Plan, NOTAMs, Safety Management System or correct flight plan fill-out. Since the national legislation and design of Aeronautical Information Service documents of various states differ from country to country, the related exercises will be trained with the Czech version of these documents and rules.

Due to organisational and operational reasons, there are currently no available terms published in advance. If you feel interested, please, feel free to contact us via our contact form or send us an e-mail to info@teachmeatpl.cz.