NEW - Course integrates new 5th Edition requirements of July 2020.
NEW - Course integrates new Heliport Manual: Part I, Offshore heliports of 2020 and Part II, Onshore heliports of 2021.
ICAO Annex 14, Volume II to the 1944 Chicago Convention contains the Standards and Recommended Practices (specifications) that define the physical and operational characteristics which have to be provided at heliports.
Participating in this course enables the attendants to construe and implement the Annex 14 specifications and other guidance material (ICAO Heliport Manual Doc. 9261) related to surface-level and elevated heliports, as well as helidecks and shipboard heliports.
Based on best practices, the participants will gain knowledge on how to configure, dimension and design the fundamental infrastructural elements of heliports, including elements such as Final approach and take-off area (FATO), helicopter ground taxiways and ground taxi-routes, visual aids (lights, markings and signs), obstacle restriction and removal.
Furthermore, this course focuses on the theoretical and practical background of the above mentioned requirements, and, in case of non-compliance to the requirements, on the implementation of possible mitigation measures.
This 4-day course targets aviation personnel involved in heliport planning or operations, including engineers and architect, Aviation Authorities inspectors and auditing staff in charge of monitoring the compliance of the heliports and aerodromes infrastructure with the applicable regulations.
airsight offers this training course on request, worldwide. At the end of the course, all participants will receive an airsight certificate based on EASA training regulations, which is highly recognized throughout the aviation industry.
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