Obstacle Assessment

This course enables participants to understand technical safeguarding principles and assess obstructions against ICAO/EASA Obstacle Limitation Surfaces.

Contact Training Department

Jenny Bradley
Jenny BradleyHead of Training
+49 30 45803177training@airsight.de

Safe airport operations demand a permanent monitoring of obstacles in the close proximity of airports as well as of the applicable Obstacle Limitation Surfaces. The construction of new infrastructure or changes to airport operations require systematic obstacle evaluations and assessments to maintain an acceptable level of safety.

The objective of this training course is to provide a comprehensive overview of aerodrome safeguarding and the assessment of obstacles in the vicinity of aerodromes. The course is designed for all persons involved in this complex subject, including aerodrome, Civil Aviation Authority personnel, or project developers.

The course content is based on the international ICAO requirements – but also customised to its audience, location and applicable regulatory framework, i.e. EASA for courses in in Berlin, Transport Canada (TP 312/TP 308) for courses in Toronto.

The nationally applicable Obstacle Limitation Surfaces (OLS) are presented and discussed. In addition, further related aspects such as protection of communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) facilities and visual flight procedures (VFR) are introduced. Also, an introduction of instrument flight procedures (IFR) and their obstacle protection areas is provided (according to ICAO Document 8168 "PANS-OPS" and Transport Canada TP 308*), incl. departure and approach procedures as well as specifics of the ILS precision approach and the Visual Segment Surface (VSS).

Attendees will learn, notably by means of exercises, how to assess relevant Obstacle Limitation and Identification Surfaces, to evaluate the significance of penetrating obstacles and to develop appropriate safety measures where necessary.

Please note: This course can also be booked as an in-house version in German - however, the course material is only available in English.

Available Dates and Locations

Course Details

Location: Berlin
Language: English
Date: 13.09 - 17.09.2021
Duration: 5 days

Course Fee
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

excl. VAT
2.865,00 EUR
incl. VAT
3.409,35 EUR

All sessions in Berlin can be joined virtually - please select your preferred option for registration by using the respective tab above. If you want to change your mode of attendance, please contact your airsight training team.

For courses in Germany 19% VAT will be added to your invoice.

For further information please visit: About possible Value Added Taxes for airsight training courses.

Course Content

Regulations and fundamentals

  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada*
  • Categories of aircraft, aerodromes, runways and approach procedures
  • Declared distances (TORA, TODA, ASDA, LDA)

ICAO obstacle limitation surfaces (OLS)

  • Approach surface
  • Transitional surface
  • Take-off climb surface
  • Obstacle free zone (OFZ)
  • Obstacle Identification Surfaces*

 Aerodrome Infrastructure

  • Runway strip
  • Runway End Safety Area (RESA)
  • Clearway

Further obstacle protection requirements

  • Shielding principles
  • Visual slope indicator systems
  • Instrument approaches on non-instrument runways
  • Flights according to visual flight rules (VFR)

Introduction to instrument flight procedure design (ICAO Document 8168 „PANS-OPS“ and Transport Canada TP 308*)

  • Departure procedures, incl. obstacle identification surface (OIS), minimum obstacle clearance (MOC) and procedure design gradient (PDG)
  • Approach procedures incl. non-precision approaches (NPA), approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) and precision approaches (PA)
  • ILS obstacle assessment surfaces (OAS) and collision risk model (CRM)
  • Visual segment surface (VSS)

Protection of communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) facilities

  • ICAO EUR Document 015 (European Guidance Material on Managing Building Restricted Areas)
  • ILS critical and sensitive areas

Aeronautical studies / safety assessments

  • Consequences and handling in case of infringements of obstacle protection / limitation surfaces

* = applicable to training courses held in Canada

Trainer

Malte Karger, Dipl.-Ing.

Malte is responsible for flight procedure design and obstacle assessments of airsight’s consulting division. He is also a renowned and appreciated trainer, sharing his knowledge and practical experience with other industry experts in airsight’s scheduled as well as customised in-house training courses in countries such as Germany, Greece, Switzerland and Turkey.

As an advisor of ICAO’s Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) in the capacity of a field expert, Malte participates in the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Task Force (OLSTF).

Malte acquired extensive experience on international projects dealing with obstacle assessments and aeronautical studies for clients such as Berlin, Dubai, Hamburg, Luxembourg, Malta, Nuremburg, Stuttgart and Warsaw Airports as well as for several smaller airfields. Furthermore, he conducted numerous flight procedure design projects (conventional and RNAV/PBN) for clients such as Berlin, Cluj, Lošinj, Kaunas, Sibiu and Vilnius Airports as well as for Air Austral and the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA).

Sierk Törl, Dipl.-Ing.

Sierk is a team member of airsight’s “Aerodrome Safeguarding and Flight Procedures” division. At airsight, Sierk gained extensive project knowledge with regards to obstacle assessments and CNS safeguarding studies at airports. Through international projects, e.g. for the airports of Accra, Dubai, Malta, Montego Bay and Singapore as well as for various wind energy and project planning companies, he acquired a wide range of experience.

Prior to joining airsight, Sierk worked for a German airline as a flight operations engineer with a special focus on aircraft performance as well as aircraft weight and balance. Furthermore, he supported the airline’s flight crew training department and conducted pilot trainings as part of the pilot’s type rating.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety experts
  • Aerodrome operations managers
  • Aerodrome engineers and planners
  • Air traffic control staff
  • Aviation safety experts
  • Architects and civil engineers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff

Course Location

Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements. The accommodation and travel costs are at the charge of the participants. Please note that airsight does not perform any travel and hotel bookings for the participants. Rooms can however be booked directly by the participants by contacting the hotel.

Organisational Details

The course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day:    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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.

About airsight Training

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airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

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Course Details

Location: Virtual
Language: English
Date: 13.09 - 17.09.2021
Duration: 5 days

Course Fee
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

excl. VAT
2.865,00 EUR
incl. VAT
3.409,35 EUR

All sessions in Berlin can be joined virtually - please select your preferred option for registration by using the respective tab above. If you want to change your mode of attendance, please contact your airsight training team.

For courses in Germany 19% VAT will be added to your invoice.

For further information please visit: About possible Value Added Taxes for airsight training courses.

Course Content

Regulations and fundamentals

  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada*
  • Categories of aircraft, aerodromes, runways and approach procedures
  • Declared distances (TORA, TODA, ASDA, LDA)

ICAO obstacle limitation surfaces (OLS)

  • Approach surface
  • Transitional surface
  • Take-off climb surface
  • Obstacle free zone (OFZ)
  • Obstacle Identification Surfaces*

 Aerodrome Infrastructure

  • Runway strip
  • Runway End Safety Area (RESA)
  • Clearway

Further obstacle protection requirements

  • Shielding principles
  • Visual slope indicator systems
  • Instrument approaches on non-instrument runways
  • Flights according to visual flight rules (VFR)

Introduction to instrument flight procedure design (ICAO Document 8168 „PANS-OPS“ and Transport Canada TP 308*)

  • Departure procedures, incl. obstacle identification surface (OIS), minimum obstacle clearance (MOC) and procedure design gradient (PDG)
  • Approach procedures incl. non-precision approaches (NPA), approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) and precision approaches (PA)
  • ILS obstacle assessment surfaces (OAS) and collision risk model (CRM)
  • Visual segment surface (VSS)

Protection of communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) facilities

  • ICAO EUR Document 015 (European Guidance Material on Managing Building Restricted Areas)
  • ILS critical and sensitive areas

Aeronautical studies / safety assessments

  • Consequences and handling in case of infringements of obstacle protection / limitation surfaces

* = applicable to training courses held in Canada

Trainer

Malte Karger, Dipl.-Ing.

Malte is responsible for flight procedure design and obstacle assessments of airsight’s consulting division. He is also a renowned and appreciated trainer, sharing his knowledge and practical experience with other industry experts in airsight’s scheduled as well as customised in-house training courses in countries such as Germany, Greece, Switzerland and Turkey.

As an advisor of ICAO’s Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) in the capacity of a field expert, Malte participates in the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Task Force (OLSTF).

Malte acquired extensive experience on international projects dealing with obstacle assessments and aeronautical studies for clients such as Berlin, Dubai, Hamburg, Luxembourg, Malta, Nuremburg, Stuttgart and Warsaw Airports as well as for several smaller airfields. Furthermore, he conducted numerous flight procedure design projects (conventional and RNAV/PBN) for clients such as Berlin, Cluj, Lošinj, Kaunas, Sibiu and Vilnius Airports as well as for Air Austral and the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA).

Sierk Törl, Dipl.-Ing.

Sierk is a team member of airsight’s “Aerodrome Safeguarding and Flight Procedures” division. At airsight, Sierk gained extensive project knowledge with regards to obstacle assessments and CNS safeguarding studies at airports. Through international projects, e.g. for the airports of Accra, Dubai, Malta, Montego Bay and Singapore as well as for various wind energy and project planning companies, he acquired a wide range of experience.

Prior to joining airsight, Sierk worked for a German airline as a flight operations engineer with a special focus on aircraft performance as well as aircraft weight and balance. Furthermore, he supported the airline’s flight crew training department and conducted pilot trainings as part of the pilot’s type rating.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety experts
  • Aerodrome operations managers
  • Aerodrome engineers and planners
  • Air traffic control staff
  • Aviation safety experts
  • Architects and civil engineers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff

Course Location

Virtual Classroom

Technical Requirements

To access our live training course you will simply need:  

  • a computer (PC or Mac), tablet (iPad or Android) or a similar device with a webcam and microphone 
  • Internet connection.

Detailed instructions (incl. link for the virtual classroom audience) together with digital training materials will be sent to attendees before commencement of the course (in general one week before course start)! 

The airsight team is at your disposal to facilitate your personal virtual classroom experience and support you with setting up and testing your system.

Organisational Details

The course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day:    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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.

About airsight Training

airsight Training course quality

airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

Show more

Course Details

Location: Berlin
Language: English
Date: 22.11 - 26.11.2021
Duration: 5 days

Course Fee
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

excl. VAT
2.865,00 EUR
incl. VAT
3.409,35 EUR

All sessions in Berlin can be joined virtually - please select your preferred option for registration by using the respective tab above. If you want to change your mode of attendance, please contact your airsight training team.

For courses in Germany 19% VAT will be added to your invoice.

For further information please visit: About possible Value Added Taxes for airsight training courses.

Course Content

Regulations and fundamentals

  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada*
  • Categories of aircraft, aerodromes, runways and approach procedures
  • Declared distances (TORA, TODA, ASDA, LDA)

ICAO obstacle limitation surfaces (OLS)

  • Approach surface
  • Transitional surface
  • Take-off climb surface
  • Obstacle free zone (OFZ)
  • Obstacle Identification Surfaces*

 Aerodrome Infrastructure

  • Runway strip
  • Runway End Safety Area (RESA)
  • Clearway

Further obstacle protection requirements

  • Shielding principles
  • Visual slope indicator systems
  • Instrument approaches on non-instrument runways
  • Flights according to visual flight rules (VFR)

Introduction to instrument flight procedure design (ICAO Document 8168 „PANS-OPS“ and Transport Canada TP 308*)

  • Departure procedures, incl. obstacle identification surface (OIS), minimum obstacle clearance (MOC) and procedure design gradient (PDG)
  • Approach procedures incl. non-precision approaches (NPA), approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) and precision approaches (PA)
  • ILS obstacle assessment surfaces (OAS) and collision risk model (CRM)
  • Visual segment surface (VSS)

Protection of communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) facilities

  • ICAO EUR Document 015 (European Guidance Material on Managing Building Restricted Areas)
  • ILS critical and sensitive areas

Aeronautical studies / safety assessments

  • Consequences and handling in case of infringements of obstacle protection / limitation surfaces

* = applicable to training courses held in Canada

Trainer

Malte Karger, Dipl.-Ing.

Malte is responsible for flight procedure design and obstacle assessments of airsight’s consulting division. He is also a renowned and appreciated trainer, sharing his knowledge and practical experience with other industry experts in airsight’s scheduled as well as customised in-house training courses in countries such as Germany, Greece, Switzerland and Turkey.

As an advisor of ICAO’s Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) in the capacity of a field expert, Malte participates in the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Task Force (OLSTF).

Malte acquired extensive experience on international projects dealing with obstacle assessments and aeronautical studies for clients such as Berlin, Dubai, Hamburg, Luxembourg, Malta, Nuremburg, Stuttgart and Warsaw Airports as well as for several smaller airfields. Furthermore, he conducted numerous flight procedure design projects (conventional and RNAV/PBN) for clients such as Berlin, Cluj, Lošinj, Kaunas, Sibiu and Vilnius Airports as well as for Air Austral and the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA).

Sierk Törl, Dipl.-Ing.

Sierk is a team member of airsight’s “Aerodrome Safeguarding and Flight Procedures” division. At airsight, Sierk gained extensive project knowledge with regards to obstacle assessments and CNS safeguarding studies at airports. Through international projects, e.g. for the airports of Accra, Dubai, Malta, Montego Bay and Singapore as well as for various wind energy and project planning companies, he acquired a wide range of experience.

Prior to joining airsight, Sierk worked for a German airline as a flight operations engineer with a special focus on aircraft performance as well as aircraft weight and balance. Furthermore, he supported the airline’s flight crew training department and conducted pilot trainings as part of the pilot’s type rating.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety experts
  • Aerodrome operations managers
  • Aerodrome engineers and planners
  • Air traffic control staff
  • Aviation safety experts
  • Architects and civil engineers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff

Course Location

Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements. The accommodation and travel costs are at the charge of the participants. Please note that airsight does not perform any travel and hotel bookings for the participants. Rooms can however be booked directly by the participants by contacting the hotel.

Organisational Details

The course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day:    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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.

About airsight Training

airsight Training course quality

airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

Show more

Course Details

Location: Virtual
Language: English
Date: 22.11 - 26.11.2021
Duration: 5 days

Course Fee
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

excl. VAT
2.865,00 EUR
incl. VAT
3.409,35 EUR

All sessions in Berlin can be joined virtually - please select your preferred option for registration by using the respective tab above. If you want to change your mode of attendance, please contact your airsight training team.

For courses in Germany 19% VAT will be added to your invoice.

For further information please visit: About possible Value Added Taxes for airsight training courses.

Course Content

Regulations and fundamentals

  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada*
  • Categories of aircraft, aerodromes, runways and approach procedures
  • Declared distances (TORA, TODA, ASDA, LDA)

ICAO obstacle limitation surfaces (OLS)

  • Approach surface
  • Transitional surface
  • Take-off climb surface
  • Obstacle free zone (OFZ)
  • Obstacle Identification Surfaces*

 Aerodrome Infrastructure

  • Runway strip
  • Runway End Safety Area (RESA)
  • Clearway

Further obstacle protection requirements

  • Shielding principles
  • Visual slope indicator systems
  • Instrument approaches on non-instrument runways
  • Flights according to visual flight rules (VFR)

Introduction to instrument flight procedure design (ICAO Document 8168 „PANS-OPS“ and Transport Canada TP 308*)

  • Departure procedures, incl. obstacle identification surface (OIS), minimum obstacle clearance (MOC) and procedure design gradient (PDG)
  • Approach procedures incl. non-precision approaches (NPA), approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) and precision approaches (PA)
  • ILS obstacle assessment surfaces (OAS) and collision risk model (CRM)
  • Visual segment surface (VSS)

Protection of communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) facilities

  • ICAO EUR Document 015 (European Guidance Material on Managing Building Restricted Areas)
  • ILS critical and sensitive areas

Aeronautical studies / safety assessments

  • Consequences and handling in case of infringements of obstacle protection / limitation surfaces

* = applicable to training courses held in Canada

Trainer

Malte Karger, Dipl.-Ing.

Malte is responsible for flight procedure design and obstacle assessments of airsight’s consulting division. He is also a renowned and appreciated trainer, sharing his knowledge and practical experience with other industry experts in airsight’s scheduled as well as customised in-house training courses in countries such as Germany, Greece, Switzerland and Turkey.

As an advisor of ICAO’s Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) in the capacity of a field expert, Malte participates in the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Task Force (OLSTF).

Malte acquired extensive experience on international projects dealing with obstacle assessments and aeronautical studies for clients such as Berlin, Dubai, Hamburg, Luxembourg, Malta, Nuremburg, Stuttgart and Warsaw Airports as well as for several smaller airfields. Furthermore, he conducted numerous flight procedure design projects (conventional and RNAV/PBN) for clients such as Berlin, Cluj, Lošinj, Kaunas, Sibiu and Vilnius Airports as well as for Air Austral and the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA).

Sierk Törl, Dipl.-Ing.

Sierk is a team member of airsight’s “Aerodrome Safeguarding and Flight Procedures” division. At airsight, Sierk gained extensive project knowledge with regards to obstacle assessments and CNS safeguarding studies at airports. Through international projects, e.g. for the airports of Accra, Dubai, Malta, Montego Bay and Singapore as well as for various wind energy and project planning companies, he acquired a wide range of experience.

Prior to joining airsight, Sierk worked for a German airline as a flight operations engineer with a special focus on aircraft performance as well as aircraft weight and balance. Furthermore, he supported the airline’s flight crew training department and conducted pilot trainings as part of the pilot’s type rating.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety experts
  • Aerodrome operations managers
  • Aerodrome engineers and planners
  • Air traffic control staff
  • Aviation safety experts
  • Architects and civil engineers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff

Course Location

Virtual Classroom

Technical Requirements

To access our live training course you will simply need:  

  • a computer (PC or Mac), tablet (iPad or Android) or a similar device with a webcam and microphone 
  • Internet connection.

Detailed instructions (incl. link for the virtual classroom audience) together with digital training materials will be sent to attendees before commencement of the course (in general one week before course start)! 

The airsight team is at your disposal to facilitate your personal virtual classroom experience and support you with setting up and testing your system.

Organisational Details

The course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day:    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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.

About airsight Training

airsight Training course quality

airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

Show more

Course Details

Location: Berlin
Language: German
Date: 08.11 - 12.11.2021
Duration: 5 days

Course Fee
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

excl. VAT
3.225,00 EUR
incl. VAT
3.837,75 EUR

All sessions in Berlin can be joined virtually - please select your preferred option for registration by using the respective tab above. If you want to change your mode of attendance, please contact your airsight training team.

For courses in Germany 19% VAT will be added to your invoice.

For further information please visit: About possible Value Added Taxes for airsight training courses.

This course will be held in German. Registration

Course Content

Regulations and fundamentals

  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada*
  • Categories of aircraft, aerodromes, runways and approach procedures
  • Declared distances (TORA, TODA, ASDA, LDA)

ICAO obstacle limitation surfaces (OLS)

  • Approach surface
  • Transitional surface
  • Take-off climb surface
  • Obstacle free zone (OFZ)
  • Obstacle Identification Surfaces*

 Aerodrome Infrastructure

  • Runway strip
  • Runway End Safety Area (RESA)
  • Clearway

Further obstacle protection requirements

  • Shielding principles
  • Visual slope indicator systems
  • Instrument approaches on non-instrument runways
  • Flights according to visual flight rules (VFR)

Introduction to instrument flight procedure design (ICAO Document 8168 „PANS-OPS“ and Transport Canada TP 308*)

  • Departure procedures, incl. obstacle identification surface (OIS), minimum obstacle clearance (MOC) and procedure design gradient (PDG)
  • Approach procedures incl. non-precision approaches (NPA), approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) and precision approaches (PA)
  • ILS obstacle assessment surfaces (OAS) and collision risk model (CRM)
  • Visual segment surface (VSS)

Protection of communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) facilities

  • ICAO EUR Document 015 (European Guidance Material on Managing Building Restricted Areas)
  • ILS critical and sensitive areas

Aeronautical studies / safety assessments

  • Consequences and handling in case of infringements of obstacle protection / limitation surfaces

* = applicable to training courses held in Canada

Trainer

Malte Karger, Dipl.-Ing.

Malte is responsible for flight procedure design and obstacle assessments of airsight’s consulting division. He is also a renowned and appreciated trainer, sharing his knowledge and practical experience with other industry experts in airsight’s scheduled as well as customised in-house training courses in countries such as Germany, Greece, Switzerland and Turkey.

As an advisor of ICAO’s Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) in the capacity of a field expert, Malte participates in the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Task Force (OLSTF).

Malte acquired extensive experience on international projects dealing with obstacle assessments and aeronautical studies for clients such as Berlin, Dubai, Hamburg, Luxembourg, Malta, Nuremburg, Stuttgart and Warsaw Airports as well as for several smaller airfields. Furthermore, he conducted numerous flight procedure design projects (conventional and RNAV/PBN) for clients such as Berlin, Cluj, Lošinj, Kaunas, Sibiu and Vilnius Airports as well as for Air Austral and the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA).

Sierk Törl, Dipl.-Ing.

Sierk is a team member of airsight’s “Aerodrome Safeguarding and Flight Procedures” division. At airsight, Sierk gained extensive project knowledge with regards to obstacle assessments and CNS safeguarding studies at airports. Through international projects, e.g. for the airports of Accra, Dubai, Malta, Montego Bay and Singapore as well as for various wind energy and project planning companies, he acquired a wide range of experience.

Prior to joining airsight, Sierk worked for a German airline as a flight operations engineer with a special focus on aircraft performance as well as aircraft weight and balance. Furthermore, he supported the airline’s flight crew training department and conducted pilot trainings as part of the pilot’s type rating.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety experts
  • Aerodrome operations managers
  • Aerodrome engineers and planners
  • Air traffic control staff
  • Aviation safety experts
  • Architects and civil engineers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff

Course Location

NH Collection Hotel Berlin Friedrichstraße
Telefon: +49 30 20 62 660

Participants are responsible for making their own travel arrangements. The accommodation and travel costs are at the charge of the participants. Please note that airsight does not perform any travel and hotel bookings for the participants. Rooms can however be booked directly by the participants by contacting the hotel.

Organisational Details

The course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day:    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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.

This course will be held in German. Registration

About airsight Training

airsight Training course quality

airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

Show more

Course Details

Location: Virtual
Language: German
Date: 08.11 - 12.11.2021
Duration: 5 days

Course Fee
The course fee includes the registration, training material and examination, as well as the coffee breaks and business lunch.

excl. VAT
3.225,00 EUR
incl. VAT
3.837,75 EUR

All sessions in Berlin can be joined virtually - please select your preferred option for registration by using the respective tab above. If you want to change your mode of attendance, please contact your airsight training team.

For courses in Germany 19% VAT will be added to your invoice.

For further information please visit: About possible Value Added Taxes for airsight training courses.

This course will be held in German. Registration

Course Content

Regulations and fundamentals

  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada*
  • Categories of aircraft, aerodromes, runways and approach procedures
  • Declared distances (TORA, TODA, ASDA, LDA)

ICAO obstacle limitation surfaces (OLS)

  • Approach surface
  • Transitional surface
  • Take-off climb surface
  • Obstacle free zone (OFZ)
  • Obstacle Identification Surfaces*

 Aerodrome Infrastructure

  • Runway strip
  • Runway End Safety Area (RESA)
  • Clearway

Further obstacle protection requirements

  • Shielding principles
  • Visual slope indicator systems
  • Instrument approaches on non-instrument runways
  • Flights according to visual flight rules (VFR)

Introduction to instrument flight procedure design (ICAO Document 8168 „PANS-OPS“ and Transport Canada TP 308*)

  • Departure procedures, incl. obstacle identification surface (OIS), minimum obstacle clearance (MOC) and procedure design gradient (PDG)
  • Approach procedures incl. non-precision approaches (NPA), approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) and precision approaches (PA)
  • ILS obstacle assessment surfaces (OAS) and collision risk model (CRM)
  • Visual segment surface (VSS)

Protection of communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) facilities

  • ICAO EUR Document 015 (European Guidance Material on Managing Building Restricted Areas)
  • ILS critical and sensitive areas

Aeronautical studies / safety assessments

  • Consequences and handling in case of infringements of obstacle protection / limitation surfaces

* = applicable to training courses held in Canada

Trainer

Malte Karger, Dipl.-Ing.

Malte is responsible for flight procedure design and obstacle assessments of airsight’s consulting division. He is also a renowned and appreciated trainer, sharing his knowledge and practical experience with other industry experts in airsight’s scheduled as well as customised in-house training courses in countries such as Germany, Greece, Switzerland and Turkey.

As an advisor of ICAO’s Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) in the capacity of a field expert, Malte participates in the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Task Force (OLSTF).

Malte acquired extensive experience on international projects dealing with obstacle assessments and aeronautical studies for clients such as Berlin, Dubai, Hamburg, Luxembourg, Malta, Nuremburg, Stuttgart and Warsaw Airports as well as for several smaller airfields. Furthermore, he conducted numerous flight procedure design projects (conventional and RNAV/PBN) for clients such as Berlin, Cluj, Lošinj, Kaunas, Sibiu and Vilnius Airports as well as for Air Austral and the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA).

Sierk Törl, Dipl.-Ing.

Sierk is a team member of airsight’s “Aerodrome Safeguarding and Flight Procedures” division. At airsight, Sierk gained extensive project knowledge with regards to obstacle assessments and CNS safeguarding studies at airports. Through international projects, e.g. for the airports of Accra, Dubai, Malta, Montego Bay and Singapore as well as for various wind energy and project planning companies, he acquired a wide range of experience.

Prior to joining airsight, Sierk worked for a German airline as a flight operations engineer with a special focus on aircraft performance as well as aircraft weight and balance. Furthermore, he supported the airline’s flight crew training department and conducted pilot trainings as part of the pilot’s type rating.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety experts
  • Aerodrome operations managers
  • Aerodrome engineers and planners
  • Air traffic control staff
  • Aviation safety experts
  • Architects and civil engineers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff

Course Location

Virtual Classroom

Technical Requirements

To access our live training course you will simply need:  

  • a computer (PC or Mac), tablet (iPad or Android) or a similar device with a webcam and microphone 
  • Internet connection.

Detailed instructions (incl. link for the virtual classroom audience) together with digital training materials will be sent to attendees before commencement of the course (in general one week before course start)! 

The airsight team is at your disposal to facilitate your personal virtual classroom experience and support you with setting up and testing your system.

Organisational Details

The course hours are scheduled as follows:

first training day:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
mid-training days:  9:00 am - 5:00 pm
last training day:    8:00 am - 4:00 pm

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.

This course will be held in German. Registration

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Course Details

Location: In-house
Language: German or English
Duration: 5 days

Course Content

Regulations and fundamentals

  • International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA), Transport Canada*
  • Categories of aircraft, aerodromes, runways and approach procedures
  • Declared distances (TORA, TODA, ASDA, LDA)

ICAO obstacle limitation surfaces (OLS)

  • Approach surface
  • Transitional surface
  • Take-off climb surface
  • Obstacle free zone (OFZ)
  • Obstacle Identification Surfaces*

 Aerodrome Infrastructure

  • Runway strip
  • Runway End Safety Area (RESA)
  • Clearway

Further obstacle protection requirements

  • Shielding principles
  • Visual slope indicator systems
  • Instrument approaches on non-instrument runways
  • Flights according to visual flight rules (VFR)

Introduction to instrument flight procedure design (ICAO Document 8168 „PANS-OPS“ and Transport Canada TP 308*)

  • Departure procedures, incl. obstacle identification surface (OIS), minimum obstacle clearance (MOC) and procedure design gradient (PDG)
  • Approach procedures incl. non-precision approaches (NPA), approach procedures with vertical guidance (APV) and precision approaches (PA)
  • ILS obstacle assessment surfaces (OAS) and collision risk model (CRM)
  • Visual segment surface (VSS)

Protection of communication, navigation and surveillance (CNS) facilities

  • ICAO EUR Document 015 (European Guidance Material on Managing Building Restricted Areas)
  • ILS critical and sensitive areas

Aeronautical studies / safety assessments

  • Consequences and handling in case of infringements of obstacle protection / limitation surfaces

* = applicable to training courses held in Canada

Trainer

Malte Karger, Dipl.-Ing.

Malte is responsible for flight procedure design and obstacle assessments of airsight’s consulting division. He is also a renowned and appreciated trainer, sharing his knowledge and practical experience with other industry experts in airsight’s scheduled as well as customised in-house training courses in countries such as Germany, Greece, Switzerland and Turkey.

As an advisor of ICAO’s Instrument Flight Procedure Panel (IFPP) in the capacity of a field expert, Malte participates in the Obstacle Limitation Surfaces Task Force (OLSTF).

Malte acquired extensive experience on international projects dealing with obstacle assessments and aeronautical studies for clients such as Berlin, Dubai, Hamburg, Luxembourg, Malta, Nuremburg, Stuttgart and Warsaw Airports as well as for several smaller airfields. Furthermore, he conducted numerous flight procedure design projects (conventional and RNAV/PBN) for clients such as Berlin, Cluj, Lošinj, Kaunas, Sibiu and Vilnius Airports as well as for Air Austral and the Romanian Air Traffic Services Administration (ROMATSA).

Sierk Törl, Dipl.-Ing.

Sierk is a team member of airsight’s “Aerodrome Safeguarding and Flight Procedures” division. At airsight, Sierk gained extensive project knowledge with regards to obstacle assessments and CNS safeguarding studies at airports. Through international projects, e.g. for the airports of Accra, Dubai, Malta, Montego Bay and Singapore as well as for various wind energy and project planning companies, he acquired a wide range of experience.

Prior to joining airsight, Sierk worked for a German airline as a flight operations engineer with a special focus on aircraft performance as well as aircraft weight and balance. Furthermore, he supported the airline’s flight crew training department and conducted pilot trainings as part of the pilot’s type rating.

Target Group

  • Aerodrome safety experts
  • Aerodrome operations managers
  • Aerodrome engineers and planners
  • Air traffic control staff
  • Aviation safety experts
  • Architects and civil engineers
  • Civil Aviation Authorities staff

Organisational Details

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.

About airsight Training

airsight Training course quality

airsight operates an ISO 9001 certified Quality Management System and pursues the objective to provide high quality services that fully meet the clients’ needs.

Show more