Wake Turbulence

Wake Turbulence

The Wake Turbulence module addresses the hazard of flying into another aircraft's vortices. Aimed at avoidance techniques, the module highlights the guidance in Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Advisory Circular (AC) 90-23G, Aeronautical Information Manual (AIM), Safety Alert for Operators (SAFO) 12007 and 14007, InFo 13006, and several FAA Notices on the topic.

We present specific wake turbulence-related incidents in turbine business aircraft flown by professional flight crews. The module also highlights the new Wake Turbulence Aircraft Categories and Separation Standards going into effect across the United States and Europe.

 

The Wake Turbulence module satisfies your training program Airman Specific Basic Indoctrination curriculum Wake Turbulence section. The Wake Turbulence information is included in the initial curriculum. During the customization process, we tailor our standard module to the guidance in your General Operations Manual (GOM) on wake turbulence avoidance techniques.
There is no specific International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) requirement for Wake Turbulence training.
  • What Is Wake Turbulence?
  • Where Does Wake Turbulence Exist?
  • Avoiding Wake Turbulence

Top