Principles of air navigation with particular reference to instrument flight.
Use of aeronautical documentation,
Operational procedures for the carriage of freight and Dangerous Goods,
Procedure relating to aircraft accidents, incidents, and Emergency Flight Procedures,
Procedures relating to unlawful interference and sabotage of aircraft.
Principles of Flight:
Principles of flight relating to the appropriate category of aircraft.
Procedures for communicating with aircraft and relevant ground stations.
An applicant for a flight operations officer licence must present documentary evidence to satisfy to the Administrator that he has the experience prescribed in any of the following subjects;
A total of two years service in any or in any combination of the capacities specified sub paragraph 1 to 4. Inclusive, provided that in any combination experience
1- A flight crew member in an air transportation or,
2- A meteorologist in an organization dispatching aircraft in air transportation or,
3- An air traffic controller who works at least 2 years, within last 3 years,
4- or technical supervisor of Flight Operations Officer or air transportation flight operations system or,
5- Assistant Flight Dispatch ers in the dispatching of air transport
Applicant must have minimum one of the above experience requirements and satisfactoriy completed a course which takes 90 days, of flight dispatcher specific training which is approved by DGCA.
The applicant shall have served under the supervision of a flight operations officer for at least 1 year within last 2 years preceding the application.
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