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Aviation safety n security

  1. 1. Aviation Safety And Security 1. ICAO Aim and objectives - Ensure the safe and orderly growth of International civil aviation - Prevent economic waste caused by unreasonable competition - Promote safety of flight in international air navigation Established - ICAO established in 4 April 1947 2. AirportSafety And Security Definition. AirportSafetyrefers to the safety of airport either airside or landside. Airport Securityrefers to the techniques and methods used in protecting airports and aircraft from crime. 3. List 18 ANNEX 1) Annex 1 – Personnel Licensing 2) Annex 2 – Rules Of The AIR 3) Annex 3 – Meteorological Service For International Air Navigation 4) Annex 4 – Aeronautical Charts 5) Annex 5 – Units Of Measurement To Be Used In Air And Ground Operation 6) Annex 6 – Operation Of Aircraft 7) Annex 7 – Aircraft Nationality And Registration Marks 8) Annex 8 – Airworthiness Of Aircraft 9) Annex 9 – Facilitation 10) Annex 10 – Aeronautical Telecommunication 11) Annex 11 – Air Traffic Services 12) Annex 12 - Search And Rescue 13) Annex 13 – Aircraft Accident Investigation 14) Annex 14 – Aerodromes 15) Annex 15 – Aeronautical Information Services 16) Annex 16 – Environmental Protection 17) Annex 17 – Security ( Safeguarding International Civil Aviation AgainstActs Of Unlawful Interference ). 18) Annex 18 – The Safe Transport Of Dangerous Goods By Air
  2. 2. Aviation Safety And Security 4. Colour Of Flags Obstruction 1. Red and white 2. Orange and white 5. 7 RulesOf The Air 1) Converging 2) Approaching Head-On 3) Overtaking 4) Landing 5) Taking Off 6) Emergency Landing 7) Surface Movement Of Aircraft 6. What Is Rules Of The Air? Rules for Safety AndOrderly Sequence Of Flight or for Protection Of People & Properly and for Avoidance Of Collision. 7. Definition OfObstruction Any man made objects or structure at any location outside the Airfield Obstruction Restriction Area which rises more than 150 M above the immediate natural or constructed surface. 8. Classification Of Obstruction 1) Permanent 2) Temporary – Surround temporary horizontal obstructions by a series OfWhite cones clearly indicating extremities of Obstruction. 9. Forces Acting Of Aircraft. 1) Thrust 2) Drag 3) Weight 4) Lift 10. Essential Of Aerodrome 1) Obstruction 2) Bird activities 3) Marking , Lighting , Runway And Instrument Condition
  3. 3. Aviation Safety And Security 11. Between Danger , Restricted And Prohibited 1) Danger Area  An airspace of defined dimensions within which activities dangerous to the flight of aircraft may exist at specified time.such as training area 2) Restricted Area  An area of defined dimensions above Malaysian territory / territorial waters within which the flight of aircraft is restricted in accordance with certain specified conditions, such as school and hospital. 3) Prohibited Area  An airspace of defined dimensions above the lands area or territorial waters of a state within which the flight of aircraft is forbidden at any time or under any circumstances such as sultan castle

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