An aircraft is fitted with a huge amount of equipment, which on the whole needs to be in good working order, but some equipment can be inoperative to maintain flight-safety norms.
Scandlearn brings a high-end Minimum Equipment List (MEL) e-course to highlight the essential and redundant equipment so that maintenance and flight crew alike understand the necessity of each button and switch.
Maintenance crew work on aircrafts to ensure that they are in full working order with the active equipment needed. Flight crew take the aircraft into motion, and recognize the minimum equipment required for a safe flight. Our highly visual training teaches both sides of the spectrum with the relevant equipment know-how.
- Actual Minimum Equipment List (MEL)
- MEL individual components
- Master MEL (MMEL)
- How to find individual items in the MEL
- Configuration Deviation List (CDL)
- Aircraft items that are not required for safety of flight
- MEL is less time consuming than fixing the problem
- System-failure effects closely analyzed during aircraft manufacturing
- Contact maintenance, communication & dispatch
- Maintenance discrepancy after pushback
- When maintenance is unavailable
- Using the aircraft log
- Additional instructions for pilots
- Operations vs. maintenance procedures
- Categories “A” to “D” maintenance items
- The “O” and “M” codes
- Requirements and regulations