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Aviation Events Details - ATPL/IATRA SEMINAR

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20.11.2009 - 22.11.2009 
Pro IFR - Delta


The Canadian ATPL (Airline Transport Pilot License) consist of 3 tests: The SARON (Air Regulations), SAMRA (Meteorology, Navigation and General Knowledge), and the INRAT (the Instrument Rating - this material is covered by our IFR 3-day seminar). This seminar is also designed to prepare you for the Intermediate ATPL exam known as the IATRA.

The ATPL Seminar is designed not only to prepare you to successfully complete these intensive exams, but also to help you stay on top of your knowledge and improve as a pilot. It is taught by our most senior instructors.


•Licensing and Medical Requirements
•Airspace Classification
•Airways/Air Routes
•Designated Mountainous Regions
•Air Taxi; Commuter; Airline Regulations
•Flight & Duty Time Limitations
•Dispatch Considerations
•Flight over Water
•Airworthiness Requirements
•Oxygen Requirements
•Flight Plans/Itineraries
•Speed Limit Areas
•Aerodrome Operations
•Wake Turbulence Rules/Considerations
•On-Board Systems
•Legal Weather Minima
•Aircraft Accidents Defined
•Medical Factors
•Numerous Misc. Air Regulations…

•Gas Turbine Engine Types, Components, and Theory
•Thrust Reversers
•Propeller Theory
•Anti-Skid Brakes
•Hydraulic Systems
•Flight Controls and Control Surfaces
•Declared Distances
•Performance Charts
•High Speed Flight Theory
•Subsonic; Transonic & Supersonic Flight
•Use of ATPL Formulas
•Types of Hydroplaning
•Theory of Flight
•Types of Drag
•Critical Point/Point of No Return
•Maps and Chart Projections
•Weight, Balance, and Loading
•Use of CR-2 Computer

•Earths Atmosphere
•Troposphere; Tropopause; Stratosphere
•High Pressure/Low Pressure Areas
•Lifting Agencies
•Lapse Rates
•Nocturnal Jetstream
•Veering/Backing Winds
•Air Masses over North America
•Fronts and other Conventions
•Frontolysis & Frontogenesis
•Cloud Types and Precipitation
•Aircraft Structural Icing
•Types of Winds
•Chinook Winds
•Wind Shear
•Mountain Waves
•Types of Fog
•Cold Weather Operations
•Graphic Area Forecast (GFA)
•Aerodrome Forecast (TAF)
•Winds Aloft (FD)
•Surface Weather Charts
•Upper Air Prognostic Charts
•Upper Air Analyzed Charts
•Significant Weather Prognostic Charts

•Doppler Radar
•Differential GPS
•GPS Enroute and Approaches
•North Atlantic Track (NAT- MNPS)
•ETOPS Rules
•Inertial Navigation System
•Loran – C

Friday 0830 to 1830

Saturday 0830 to 1830

Sunday 0830 to 1830


Pro IFR   -   Website
Unit 62 4400 72nd Street
V4K 5B3
British Columbia
Country: ca


Interested in a career as a professional pilot, but don't know where to start? You've come to the right place - Professional Flight Centre.

We are a progressive flight school located at Boundary Bay Airport in Delta, British Columbia, Canada and have been in operation since 1986. Our in-flight training is second to none, and we have gained Canada-wide and International recognition for quality in the process. See what current & past students have to say about our excellent flight training program!

We offer training for the Private Pilot License (PPL); Commercial Pilot License (CPL); Multi-Engine IFR Rating; ATPL License, Instructor Rating and the equivalent helicopter licenses.

The training is accomplished on our fleet of 23 aircraft including 4 Beechcraft Duchess twins, 1 Piper Seminole, 1 Robinson R22 helicopter and 17 single engine aircraft including Cessna 172's; Cessna 152's; Piper Warrior; and Citabria.

We also have an excellent reputation in commercial pilot training in Canada, supplying well disciplined, fundamentally sound, professional pilots to many operators in Canada and throughout the world.

Standardization of training and a first-rate ground school is the key to Professional Flight Centre's success. Much of this is due to training in accordance with our excellent flight training manuals that are simple, effective, and easy to read. They are designed to increase confidence and make pilot training an enjoyable experience.

We also offer comprehensive ground school and seminar programs for all licenses and ratings to ensure that the theoretical knowledge requirement is exceeded. If there is one word that describes the "Professional" experience, it has to be "Positive". We are extremely supportive and have a way of making learning fun and enjoyable!

If you are coming to train with us from outside a local area, you may be interested in our Student House. Our Farmhouse is just around the corner from our Boundary Bay Facility, either a 15 minute walk or 2 minute drive by car.

Professional Flight Centre is open seven days per week and the office is generally manned from 0800 to 1800 hours P.S.T. Our operational flying hours may extend beyond that if required.We are closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day, and New Years Day. We may operate on a limited basis on other Canadian Statutory Holidays.


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