- Describe the origins of aviation and the history of international aviation law.
- Describe the general framework of the 1944 Chicago Convention, including its function and key achievements.
- Describe the basic process that allows aircraft to fly and be controlled while airborne.
- Explain how international regulations impact the design and airworthiness of aircraft.
- Describe different types of airlines and how their operations vary.
- Summarize the global economy and other factors impacting supply and demand.
- Explain several categories of aviation operations within the General Aviation sector.
- Describe the international regulations impacting aviation operations.
- Explain why air traffic management is essential in the aviation industry.
- Explain the operational structure of airports, specifically elements of airside and landside operations.
- Discuss the types of acts of unlawful interference and other criminal activities that may occur within the aviation industry, including bombings and hijackings, drug smuggling and human trafficking.
- Explain the importance of accurate weather information in aviation and how the global community cooperates to forecast and disseminate weather data.
- Describe the global accident rate and the related costs of an accident.
- Outline several human factors issues that impact all aviation professionals.
This course has the following 10 modules:
• Course Introduction
• Module 1 - Air Law
• Module 2 - Aircraft
• Module 3 - Airlines
• Module 4 - General Aviation
• Module 5 - Navigation
• Module 6 - Airports
• Module 7 - Security
• Module 8 - Environment
• Module 9 - Accidents
• Module 10 - Safety
Passing Grade: 80%
Number of exam attempts: 3 times
Note: Upon successful completion of the final exam, you will receive a Certificate of successful completion.
Promo Video: Aviation Fundamentals