Aviation links the continents where international processes are common ground. Scandlearn’s International Procedures e-course takes aviation staff on a global journey from international phraseology to emergency airports and much more.
The international airspace is so vast that standardisation procedures have been introduced to align the industry and promote mutual understanding across cultures. Each process has an international implication, so our course aims to keep flight crew around the world on the same page.
- History and regulations
- International travel and airspace
- Standardisation and countries’ unique air traffic needs
- English as the universal aviation language and standard phraseology
- Emergency airports
- Medical emergency situations
- Notices to airmen (NOTAMs)
- International holding patterns
- International diversions
- Flight Duty Period (FDP)
- FIR and ADIZ boundaries
- Federal Aviation Regulations and US customs
- Agricultural food items and bringing in legal drugs
Suitability: Flight crew