I need some help…
I am looking for information about fatigue in ATCO.
I found the ICAO 9966 but I can not found any document with recommendations about the work limitations, resting hour… even just recommendations…
Thank you all!
The forum is very interesting!
Today the European Aviation Environmental Report (EAER) has been published. It sets out the future environmental and sustainability goals for the future of aviation in Europe. More information at the link below.
In case you missed it on the AWO Webinar, I thought this information could be interesting for other operators:
The major German operators have applied for an Article 71 exemption to the LBA requesting a "grace period" of 6 months to implement the new Air Ops regulations (Fuel scheme and AWO) that enter into force in end of October. This would effectively postpone the enter into force by 6 months.
This is something you can manage directly with your CAA. For more information, refer to the "Basic Regulation".2 likes
Any other operator struggling with the new suitable aerodromes assessments (previous ops data, desktop and operational) ? [AMC1 SPA.LVO.110]
If I am not mistaken, in the current regulation, an operational assessment was only needed prior to commencing CAT III operations (AMC6 SPA.LVO.105). After 30 October, the assessment will be needed for any LVO (including CATII and EVS).
Is anyone willing to share their LVO data so that other operators can use the credits? (this was and is still allowed in the new regulation)
The impact in scheduled operations is probably very little (using previous ops data), but non-scheduled operations for bizjet operators will definitely suffer from it!
SAFE 360˚ 2022 started today Sep. 13 in Brussels
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Agenda is included.
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Good morning everyone,
could you please clarify the requirement for LVP at airports for LVTO in the RVR range of 550m - 400m:
According to this manual LVPs are required at the airport (ref. top of page 17).
According e.g. AMC2 SPA.LVO.105(c)(b)(7) LVPs are only required for LVTO with RVR <400m.
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