The Regulatory module is a collection of topics in which we have combined various parts of the Federal Aviation Regulation (FAR) with your General Operations Manual (GOM) / Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) guidance and Ops Specs authorizations in one location. Unlike other online training providers, we integrate your multiple source documents for each topic so crews get a complete view of how they are expected to operate. For example, on the topic of Alternate Requirements, we integrate FAR 135.217—IFR: Takeoff limitations; FAR 135.223—IFR: Alternate airport requirements; FAR 135.225—IFR: Takeoff, approach, and landing minimums; Ops Spec A010, Aeronautical Weather Data; Ops Spec A057, Eligible On-Demand Operations; Ops Spec C055, Alternate Airport IFR Weather Minimums; and Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM) section 1-1-19, Global Positioning System into one comprehensive section on alternates. We use that same integrated approach for all module content sections listed and include downloadable flow charts to help crews apply the material in the cockpit.


This module satisfies many of your training program requirements under the Operator Specific Basic Indoctrination curriculum section on Duties and Responsibilities of Flight Crew Members, Appropriate Provisions of the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), and Concepts of Operating Manual, Certificate, and Operations Specifications.

This module also satisfies many of your training program Airman Specific Basic Indoctrination curriculum section on Flight Control, Weight and Balance, Takeoff and Landing minimums and alternate requirements.

This module does not apply to Part 91 operators. For training on the Federal Aviation Regulations, see the FAR AIM Review module.
  • Operating Certificate
  • Training And Qualification
  • Flight And Duty Times
  • Operational Control
  • Weight And Balance
  • Alternates
  • Fueling
  • Maintenance Procedures