A sound knowledge of Air Law is fundamental for all pilots. This NEW Jeppesen EASA ATPL Softback Manual covers the origins of aviation law before covering the practical elements of the rules of the air, personnel licensing and the operational aspects of Air Law as they affect the Airline Transport Pilot. Air Law introduces pilots to knowledge regarding regulations and responsibilities in international aviation.
- International Agreements and Organisations
- Annex 8 – Airworthiness of Aircraft
- Annex 7 – Aircraft Nationality and Registration Marks
- Annex 1 – Licensing
- Rules of the Air
- Procedures for Air Navigation
- Air Traffic Services
- Search and Rescue
- Accident Investigation
- JAR-FCL National Law
Air Law is often a daunting subject to many students. This volume is designed to be as “friendly” as possible whilst ensuring that you are fully prepared for the JAR Air Law examination. A number of procedures are described in detail which takes you from the flight planning phase through the departure phase, radar procedures, holding procedures, and the approach phase of flight. You will also gain knowledge of aerodrome facilities, the specific requirements of the Search and Rescue Alerting Service, the notification and investigation of aircraft accidents, and acts of unlawful interference.