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Contaminated Runway Conditions

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Description

The Contaminated Runway Conditions Computer Based Training (CBT) provides an overview of definitions, operational considerations and recommended procedures for pilots who need to familiarize themselves with contaminated runway operations and show the impact on limitations connected with decreased aircraft performance.

The courseware discusses the effects of runway contaminants during the take-off and landing phases. Runway condition reports, the sources available to pilots that contain such reports, and how to decode such messages are also discussed.

Benefits of using Contaminated Runway Conditions

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  • Natural lector voice
  • Separate Warning/Caution/Notes slides for highlighting crucial information
  • Smaller portions of information which are easier to remember
  • Dark theme prevents the eyes from tiring quickly
  • Superior graphics

Features

  • 100% compliant with regulatory
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  • Content upgraded with experts experience
  • Full HD graphics and animations
  • High quality voice
  • Responsive design (Desktop, Tablet)
  • Available online and offline
  • Integration with LMS

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  • Contaminated Runway Conditions
  • Regulatory Compliance
  • Question Bank

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Chapters of CBT Training

  • Definitions and Associated Terms
  • Contaminated Runway Condition Reports
  • Operations on Contaminated Runways

Regulatory Compliance and References

This CBT complies with Commission Regulation (EU) No 965/2012). The information contained in this CBT is based on:

  • ICAO SARPs Annex 14, Annex 6, Annex 8, Annex 3, Annex 15
  • ICAO Circular 355 Assessment, Measurement and Reporting of Runway Surface Conditions
  • ICAO Doc 4444: Air Traffic Management (PANS ATM)
  • ICAO Doc 9981: Aerodromes (PANS ADR)
  • ICAO Doc 10066: Aeronautical Information Management (PANS AIM)

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