Upon course completion, students will be able to:
1. Analyze and describe the history of the airlines, the major air carriers, the management personnel, and pivotal aircraft accidents.
2. Identify and apply the Federal Regulations utilized by air carriers to differentiate the operational requirements between domestic, flag, supplemental, and commuter operations.
3. Evaluate the operational documents and required management positions within air carriers.
4. Assess the duties and qualifications of an air carrier dispatcher.
5. Analyze the role of the system or operational control center in daily air carrier operations.
6. Identify and evaluate the Flight Operations Manual (FOM) and airman/crewmember requirements to include flight and duty time limitations.
7. Identify and apply flight operations standards as specified in the Federal Aviation Regulations.
8. Evaluate and discuss airplane airworthiness, instrument requirements, records, reports, and maintenance requirements.
9. Analyze the role of Threat Error Management (TEM) and Crew Resource Management (CRM) within all aspects of air carrier operations.
10. Demonstrate the role of the operations training program within an air carrier.