ADS-B Training

ADS-B Overview

ADS-B Overview is designed to provide pilots with introductory and refresher online training over the ADS-B system requirements, services and procedures.

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ADS-B Overview focuses on ensuring pilots have a working understanding of their ADS-B equipment, how to utilize the equipment according to regulatory requirements, what services are available, as well as how to avoid common human factors errors associated with ADS-B. The course will provide pilots with a basic understanding of the system symbols and how to use ADS-B to perform In-Trail and CAVS procedures to include appropriate contingency procedures.

For Part 135, Part 125, and Part 91 pilot training, our ADS-B Overview course provides a foundation of knowledge and understanding for flight crews to ensure proper use of the ADS-B system.

Topics Addressed
  • Installation and Performance Requirements
  • Operation Outside the U.S.
  • Flight IDs, Emergency Codes, and Abnormal Operations
  • Available ADS-B In Services
  • Traffic Symbols
  • ADS-B In-Trail Procedures
  • CAVS
  • Human Factors in ADS-B

Requirements and Resources

  • 14 CFR Part 91.225 and 227
  • 14 CFR Part 135.345(a)(4, 5)
  • AC 90-114
  • AC 20-165
  • AC 20-172

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