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  1. Basic Instrument Training Devices FIRST EXPERIENCE IN BITD QUALIFICATIONS prepared by Capt. Manfred von Allmen, Swiss FOCA

  2. First BITD Qualifications • JSET BITD Qualification Switzerland September 2003: • FOCA and LBA • Manufacturer Elite Simulation Solutions • Based on Beech Baron BE58, ME Piston • JSET BITD Qualification France October 2003: • DGAC and FOCA • Manufacturer Alsim • Based on Tobago TB22, SE Piston

  3. Topics of this new Device • Similar to FNPT I, but • lower technical Requirements(spring loaded Flight Controls) • simplified Qualification Procedure • Higher Fidelity than old Devices under GF Rights • Less Credit according JAR-FCL compared with old Devices under GF Rights HIGHER TRAINING QUALITY!

  4. Differences to FNPT Qualifications • Technical Qualification of a new Model at the Manufacturer’s Site • User Approval only for all Serial Numbers of the same Model (without further technical Evaluation) • Always JSET Qualification with at least 2 NAs

  5. ELITEBITD (1)

  6. ELITEBITD (2)

  7. ELITEBITD (3)

  8. ALSIM BITD AL50 (1)

  9. ALSIMBITDAL50 (2)

  10. ALSIMBITDAL50 (3)

  11. Experience in Qualification (1) • Preparation • Organisation of the JSET Team 1 Day (for the leading Authority) • Schedule Discussion with Manufacturer and Preparation 1 Day (for all JSET Members) • QTG Preview 1 Day (for all JSET Members) • Qualification • Briefing • Objective Evaluation ½ Day (for all JSET Members) • Subjective Evaluation ½ Day (for all JSET Members) • Debriefing and Reporting

  12. Experience in Qualification (2) • Post Qualification Work • Qualification Certificate • Tracking of open Items • General Impression • Focal Point is the subjective Evaluation • Simple objective Testing • Suitable Training Device for Basic Instrument Training • Importance of the User Approval becomes obvious

  13. Overview proposed Manoeuvre List • PPL, AMC FCL 1.125 • Basic Instrument and Attitude Flight • Basic Manoeuvres • CPL(A), AMC FCL 1.160 & 1.165 • Basic Instrument Flight and Patterns • Radio Navigation • ATP(A) and IR, Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.205 • Instrument Departures and Arrivals, Enroute • Instrument Approaches and Go-Arounds

  14. Credits according JAR-FCL 1 (1)(to be finalized by FCLC) • JAR-FCL 1.120 Privat Pilot Licence (PPL) • 5 hours instrument time on a FNPT or Flight Simulator • 5 hours instrument time on a BITD

  15. Credits according JAR-FCL 1 (2)(to be finalized by FCLC) • Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.160 & 1.165 (a) (1) ATP integrated course, 12 (e) (i) • 25 hours instrument training on a FNPT I • 5 hours instrument training on a BITD • Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.160 & 1.165 (a) (2) CPL/IR integrated course, 12 (e) (i) • 25 hours instrument training on a FNPT I • 5 hours instrument training on a BITD

  16. Credits according JAR-FCL 1 (3)(to be finalized by FCLC) • Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.160 & 1.165 (a) (3) CPL, 12 (e) • 5 hours instrument training on a FNPT I • 5 hours instrument training on a BITD • Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.160 & 1.165 (a) (4) CPL modular course, 12 (e) • 5 hours instrument training on a FNPT I • 5 hours instrument training on a BITD

  17. Credits according JAR-FCL 1 (4)(to be finalized by FCLC) • Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.205 IR, modular course, 9 single engine • 20 hours instrument training on a FNPT I • 10 hours instrument training on a BITD • Appendix 1 to JAR-FCL 1.205 IR, modular course, 10 multi engine • 25 hours instrument training on a FNPT I • 10 hours instrument training on a BITD

  18. Basic Instrument Training Devices FIRST EXPERIENCE IN BITD QUALIFICATIONS End of the Presentation