COURSE DURATION: approx. 6 HOURS (1 DAY)

  • What is the FM(G)C?
  • What do all those abbreviations mean…  MCP, FCU, ATHR, CDU, EFIS…?
  • What does the flight management computer look like and how to work with that?
  • Do I really have to know what colours are used on aircraft displays?
  • What is the LNAV and VNAV?
  • What is the RNAV?
  • What is the principle of the weather radar (WXR)?
  • How does its antenna look like and where is it located?
  • How do the pilots read the WXR indications?
  • How do the aircraft WXR controls look like?
  • What is the GAIN and TILT of the WXR?
  • Is it possible to measure the cloud height by means of the WXR?
  • How does the WXR detect the windshear?
  • Is the WXR dangerous for pilots?
  • And is it true that it scares the birds and is the reason why pilots have majorily babies-girls?
  • How does the primary and secondary radar work?
  • What is the PRF and PRI?
  • How to calculate the radar range?
  • How does the nature influence the radar function?
  • What is the SAR and PAR approach?
  • What are the advantages and disadvantages of the secondary transponder?
  • What does “procedural control” mean?
  • And how do the radars ground antennas  and aircraft transponder controls look like?

All of these and many more questions will be answered through the interactive online course RADIONAVIGATION 2, where the instructor will explain that and together you will go throught few more or less difficult exercises which you might encounter in the ATPL Radionavigation exam. To increase the plasticity of the course and its connection with the real aviation life, some interesting videos will be demonstrated, as well.