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ALAR/Stabilized Approach/Low Energy Go-Around

Quantity 1 Course - Access duration 1 year from date of receipt of payment.


0 - 1 hour to complete

Online training

About Course

This course outlines the concepts and safety benefits of stabilized approaches. The factors that can lead to un-stabilized approaches are discussed along with flight crew strategies to prevent them. The importance of planning for a go-around from an approach, the conduct of go-arounds and the hazards associated with go-arounds once the aircraft has entered a low energy state are reviewed along with recovery techniques associated with bounced landings.

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Learning Objectives

  • Concepts and Definitions
  • Unstable Approach Factors
  • Flight Crew Strategies
  • Low Energy Go-Around
  • Case Study

Course Outline

Stabilized Approach/Low Energy Go-Around

More information

  • Regulatory Compliance
  • 1. ICAO Safety Management Manual (Doc 9859) and ICAO Standards and Recommended Practices (SARPs)
  • 2. EASA / FAA / Transport Canada
  • Exam Generation System (EGS) Banked Questions
  • 1. Safety Overview - 09 questions
  • 2. Hazard Identification and Reporting - 07 questions
  • 3. Risk Management - 05 questions
  • 4. SMS and Airline Operations - 08 questions