General Subject Course
Avsoft’s NAT HLA course explores important concepts, definitions, equipment, procedures, and requirements related to operations in the North Atlantic High Level Airspace (NAT HLA). This course is based on the ICAO North Atlantic Operations and Airspace Manual (NAT Doc 007), V.2020-2, and includes four modules: Introduction, Route Structures, Normal Procedures, and Contingency procedures.
- Introduction covers NAT HLA structure, aircraft separation, requirements, including RVSM, RNP, PBCS, and LRNS, and NAT CMA monitoring of operations.
- Route Structures covers the Organized Track System (OTS), random tracks, Blue Spruce routes, special routes, and polar tracks.
- Normal Procedures covers required documents, FMS flight plan entry, plotting charts, oceanic clearance and entry, Strategic Lateral Offset Procedure (SLOP), oceanic exit, and post flight.
- Contingency Procedures covers equipment failures, external factors, emergency situations, and volcanic ash.
Each module of the course concludes with a test, and when all the modules are successfully completed, a certificate of completion is generated.
This course is designed to provide around
of comprehensive NAT HLA training.
This course is designed to comply with EASA, FAA, ICAO, and Transport Canada regulations.
This course is designed to provide initial training for pilots and dispatchers.
This couse can be customized for Airlines and ATOs.
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.