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    • DAM 033 AIR TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT Page 1
    • PROFILE & CONTACT DETAILS Muhammad Riza B. Zahari H/P : 017-7955612 Email : mriza.zahari@gmail.com QUALIFICATIONS 1. Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical-Aeronautics) Universiti Teknologi Malaysia (UTM) 2007-2010. 2. Commercial Pilot License with Instrument Rating (CPL-IR) Frozen ATPL. 2011-2013. Page 1
    • Subject Assessment System Formative Assessment : Assignment / 20% : Mid Term / 20% : Project / 20% Summative Assessment : Final Exam / 20% Total : 100% Page 1
    • Subject Information • This subject will covers basic air traffic control procedures and terminology. Areas include a description of the airway system such as aerodromes, approach control, towers, flight navigation and air traffic service station. Page 1
    • Subject Objectives The course is designed to: 1) Demonstrate an understanding of air traffic management. 2) Describe the Airway system and control. Page 1
    • Subject Learning Outcomes Students should be able to understand: 1) The structure of the current air traffic system. 2) The future challenges facing by the air traffic control system. Page 1
    • Subject Contents 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) Air Law and Aircraft Types Aerodromes Rules of The Air Principles of Flight and Flight Instruments Air Traffic Services Flight Plan Altimetry Flight Navigation 9) Aeronautical Information Services 10) Navigational Aids. 11) Aeronautical Telecommunication. Page 1
    • Intro To Aviation Law For commercial aviation to operate, it is necessary for states to afford the airlines of other states the right to fly into and across their territory for both traffic and non-traffic purposes. Agreements are necessary to achieve this: 1) Multilateral agreement or convention are entered into by a number of different states. The most obvious one to the aviation people is the Chicago Convention which later the establishment of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). 2) Bilateral agreement are agreement between two state. That is the International Air Transport Association (IATA) Page 1
    • Common Abbreviation used in Aviation Refer to the given handout. ICAO Definition Refer to the given handout. Page 1
    • AIR LAW International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO):  The Chicago Convention 1944 was set up to determine the future of commercial aviation. The outcome was the Convention on International Civil Aviation which is the fundamental basis of agreement. The agreement is in two parts : a) International Air Navigation b) Organization that administer the terms and conditions of the agreement. (ICAO) Page 1
    • Part 1: Air Navigation Article 1 : Sovereignty The contracting state recognize that every state has complete sovereignty over the airspace above its territory. Article 2 : Territory The territory of the state shall be deemed to be the land areas and territorial waters adjacent there to under the mandate of such a state. Page 1
    • Article 3 : Civil and State Aircraft This convention applicable only to civil aircraft not state aircraft. State aircraft is the aircraft used in the military, customs and police services. Article 4 : Misuse of civil Aircraft Each contracting state agrees not to use civil aircraft for any purpose inconsistent with the aims of the organization.: There are 56 Articles@Agreements as for now. Page 1
    • PART 2 : ICAO 1)The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) is formed by the convention. 2) The organization is made up of an Assembly, a Council, and other bodies that may be necessary. Page 1
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    • ICAO OBJECTIVES 1) Ensure a safe and orderly growth of civil aviation through out the world. 2) Encourage the arts of design and operation for peaceful purposes. 3) Encourage the development of airways, airports, navigation facilities for civil aviation. 4) Meet the needs of people for a safe, regular, efficient and economical air transport. 5) Prevent economic waste from unreasonable competition. 6) Avoid discrimination between the contracting states. Page 1
    • 7) Ensure that the rights of all the contracting states are fully respected and every contracting state has a fair opportunity to operate international airlines. 8) Promote safety of flight in international air navigation. 9) Promote generally the development of all aspects of international civil aeronautics. Page 1
    • ICAO IN BRIEF A specialized agency of the United Nations, the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) was created in 1944 to promote the safe and orderly development of international civil aviation throughout the world. It sets standards and regulations necessary for aviation safety, security, efficiency and regularity, as well as for aviation environmental protection. The Organization serves as the forum for cooperation in all fields of civil aviation among its 191 Member States. Page 1
    • ICAO DOCUMENTS Annex Documents 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) Personnel Licensing Rules of the air. Meteorological Services. Aeronautical Charts. Dimension Units. Operation of Aircraft. Aircraft nationality and registration mark. 8) Airworthiness of aircraft. 9) Facilitation. 10) Aeronautical Telecommunication. 11) Air Traffic Services. 12) Search and Rescue. 13) Aircraft Accident Investigation. 14) Aerodromes. 15) Aeronautical Information Services. 16) Environmental Protection. 17) Security. 18) Transport and dangerous goods. ICAO regulations are not automatically the law of a contracting state. It can be enacted. Page 1
    • ICAO Standard & Recommended Practices (SARPS) Standard: A specification the uniform application of which is necessary for the safety or regularity of international civil air navigation. (SHALL) Recommended: Is one agreed to be desirable but not essential. (SHOULD) Page 1
    • Procedures For Air Navigation Services(PANS) 1) New procedures which are too complicated or detailed for inclusion in Annex. 2) Operating Procedures that have not attained a status for adoption as international standards and recommended practices (SARPS) Page 1
    • International Air Transport Association(IATA) 1) A body composed of Airlines. 2) The functions include the establishment of uniform fares, uniform ticketing arrangements and other procedures. 3) It’s a consortium operations. ‘One World’. Page 1
    • Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is the national aviation authority of the United States of America. An agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation, it has authority to regulate and oversee all aspects of American civil aviation. The Federal Aviation Act of 1958created the organization under the name "Federal Aviation Agency", and adopted its current name in 1966 when it became a part of the United States Department of Transportation. Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Aviation regulatory body of United Kingdom (UK). JAR (Joint Aviation Requirements) took effect in 1999 and are recognized by the Civil Aviation Authorities of participating European (EU) countries as an acceptable basis for showing compliance with their national airworthiness codes, including the certification of pilots. In other words, to make sure all pilots are trained to the same minimum standard. Therefore, for all intents and purposes, someone licensed in the UK under CAA regulations after July 1, 1999, will be automatically be JAR certified. Page 1
    • JAA and FAA Training System JAA training systems emphasize formal theoretical knowledge training along with skill testing. In sharp contrast, the FAA system of airmen certification emphasizes skill testing, which individualizes the training and improves theoretical knowledge. Page 1
    • Registration of Aircraft and Aircraft Marking Registration marking on aircraft consist of two parts: 1) Nationality Mark 2) Registration Mark As for car : WHX 2317 As for aircraft : 9M-BCE Page 1
    • For Example: 9M-NRZ (MALAYSIAN REGISTERED) C-DFGH (UK REGISTERED) Page 1
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    • Aviation Alphabet A = ALPHA B = BRAVO C = CHARLIE D = DELTA E = ECHO F = FOXTROT G = GOLF H = HOTEL I = INDIA J = JULIET K = KILO L = LIMA M = MIKE N = NOVEMBER O = OSCAR P = PAPA Q = QUEBEC R = ROMEO S = SIERRA T = TANGO Page 1
    • U = UNIFORM V = VICTOR W = WHISKEY X = X-RAY Y = YANKEE Z = ZULU Page 1
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