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Mountain Flying

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Mountain Flying

General Subject Course

Overview

Avsoft’s Mountain Flying online aviation course explores important definitions, limitations, components, and procedures related to this important aviation general subject. In addition to covering Mountain Flying Fundamentals, this course covers Aspen Special Training, which includes information specific to Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (IATA: ASE, ICAO: KASE, FAA LID: ASE) also known as Sardy Field.

Learning objectives include:

  • Mountain meteorology basics
  • Flight operations in mountainous areas
  • General operational considerations and limitations
  • Aspen training requirements
  • Aspen airport overview and considerations
  • Aspen arrival and departure requirements
  • Aspen Minimum Equipment List (MEL) limitations

Each module concludes with a test, and when all the modular tests are successfully completed, a certificate of completion is generated.

Customers also have the option of creating a final exam.

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Modules

  • Mountain Flying Fundamentals
  • Aspen Special Training

Details

Duration

This course is designed to provide around

3 hours

of comprehensive Mountain Flying training.

Compliance

This course is designed to comply with EASA, FAA, IATA, and Transport Canada regulations.

Versions
Imperial
Metric
Target Audience

This course is designed to provide initial training and recurrent training for pilots and flight dispatchers.

Customization

This couse can be customized to cover other mountain airports.

Platforms

This course can be viewed on Mac and Windows using any major internet browser. With the Portable Classroom app, this course can be viewed on Android and iPad tablets.

Mountain Flying

General Subject Course