ADS-B

Countries around the world are implementing Automatic Dependent Surveillance–Broadcast (ADS-B) technology to enhance or extend the surveillance capability of their air traffic control (ATC) systems. The ADS-B module covers operating procedures, flight planning, MEL procedures, human factors considerations, ADS-B phraseology, normal and abnormal system operation, aircraft IDs, data source errors, and incident reporting. The training is in compliance with FAA Advisory Circular (AC) 90-114, FAR 91.225 and 91.227, guidance in the 8900.1, and EASA AMC 20-24.

Operators seeking Ops Spec / Letter of Authorization (LOA) Paragraph A153, Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Operations Outside of U.S. Designated Airspace can use Advanced Aircrew Academy's ADS-B online training module to satisfy the training requirements. The ADS-B module can be included with the International Procedures curriculum for those crews using ADS-B in and/or out systems or can be taken as a stand-alone module for crews seeking approval to use their system for the first time.

 

Operators seeking Ops Spec A153, Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Operations Outside of U.S. Designated Airspace can use Advanced Aircrew Academy's ADS B online training module to satisfy the training requirements.
Operators seeking Letter of Authorization (LOA) Paragraph A153, Automatic Dependent Surveillance-Broadcast (ADS-B) Operations Outside of U.S. Designated Airspace can use Advanced Aircrew Academy’s ADS-B online training module to satisfy the training requirements.
  • General Information
  • How ADS-B Works
  • ADS-B In and Out
  • Benefits
  • Operational Considerations
  • ADS-B In-Trail Procedure
  • ADS-B Terminal Services

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