Climb and Descend Via

Climb and Descend Via
The Climb and Descend Via module was created in response to the increasing complexity of Standard Instrument Departures (SIDs) and Standard Terminal Arrival Routes (STARs). In a four-month period in Las Vegas, there were 30 Pilot Deviations (PD) filed by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) against crews (the majority of which were business/general aviation crews) for failure to adhere to the altitude restrictions published on these procedures. This eLearning module reviews terminology, ATC expectations, and recent changes in these procedures.

 

Climb and Descend Via information is also included in our PBN and Instrument Procedures modules to meet your regulatory training requirements. This module can be used as a one-time training event to highlight the changing ATC procedures to reduce your organization's risk of an altitude or course deviation on complex SIDs and STARS. This module was created to be used in response to a potential hazard identified in your Safety Management System (SMS).
There is no International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) requirement for the Climb and Descend Via module. With the higher rate of pilot deviations on complex SIDs and STARs, this module was created to be used in response to a potential hazard identified by your Safety Management System (SMS). This eLearning module can be used as your hazard mitigation tool to reduce your organization’s risk of an altitude or course deviation.
  • Preflight
  • Climb Via
  • Descend Via

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