Auditor Notes are included in this checklist as an aid to the Auditor and to facilitate a standardized and consistent Audit. Auditor Notes fall into four categories. Operational Safety Audit Program (IOSA) is an in- . The use of the IATA MO checklists is now mandatory; if an MO was performed on an. A practical manual, which might be referred to as a quick reference handbook ( QRH), typically comprises checklists and other selected information and material .
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Such considerations allow the flight crew to determine the actual fuel freeze temperature during extended operations e.
IOSA Checklist – Aviation Quality Services
A smoke barrier or curtain is not acceptable for addressing the specifications of this provision. Such flexibility is normally incorporated in the training and evaluation program to allow for latitude in the trainee scheduling process.
The intent of this provision is to ensure that any pilot designated to perform duties from either control seat, including takeoffs and landings, completes seat specific qualification.
Aircraft differences that require emphasis typically include level of technology, ergonomics, operational differences and handling characteristics. Where an operator outsources flight operations functions to external service providers, an operator retains responsibility for the conduct of such functions and must demonstrate processes for monitoring ipsa external service providers in accordance with FLT 1.
The specification in item iii may be satisfied ipsa any pictorial representation approved or accepted for the purpose by the Authority, such as an instrument approach plate or chart.
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Such training activities should occur either: IOSA registration is a confirmation of the commitment of an airline to deliver a safe operation based on the standards contained in the IOSA standards manual. However, a CCTV system is not required in order to conform to this provision. Simulator observations in conjunction with item ii entail an assessment of the individual while carrying out the duties for which highest qualified e. Such course would typically address: Hazards chexklist to the conduct of aircraft operations may include: The specifications in items vi: The specification in item iii refers to appropriate communication from the flight crew to address the checkpist and disarming of cabin or cargo entry door slides, if installed.
Such coordination processes occur: Such evaluation shall include a demonstration of knowledge of: Sufficient recognition or alert time to realize that terrain is rapidly approaching or; Sufficient response time to accomplish an aircraft escape maneuver once potential terrain conflict is recognized.
Airports of intended use include: Such training and evaluation shall include: If available from the manufacturer, the operator should include all-engine takeoff climb gradient information or guidance for calculations in the documentation carried onboard the aircraft for each flight.
More than one common reference language might be designated. This provision, however, contains specifications only related to the use of such doors when installed.
Such guidance should include: The intent of this provision is to define the basic initial and subsequent recurrent training and evaluation cycles that ensure flight crew members are competent to perform normal and non-normal procedures and maneuvers. Such schedule would not have to adhere exactly to the specification in item i a of this provision if the level of recent experience is acceptable to the State and applicable authorities, and the PIC or SIC, as applicable, is required to operate the flight controls in order to satisfy recency-of-experience requirements.
This presupposes that the newly hired crew member already holds a commercial flying license. Guidance and procedures related to circling approaches typically address the following: Maneuvers and procedures that checklsit be safely accomplished in an aircraft shall include, as a minimum: The training manual applies to instructors, evaluators, line check airmen, flight crew members, training schedulers, simulator operations personnel, administrative support personnel and other applicable flight operations personnel.
Training and evaluation is applicable to all pilot crew members.
The applicable authorities specified in this provision refer to authorities that have jurisdiction over international operations conducted by an operator over the high seas or the territory of a state that is other than the State of the Operator. The specifications of this provision are normally satisfied during line training but can occur elsewhere in the training program. The operational positions subject to the specifications of this provision typically include: The intent of this provision is to ensure an operator has a process or processes to obtain or determine the specified performance data for use by flight crew.