Why pilots should know the freezing level?

[Ref Safety first #22 July 2016 – 1/23] Q: Why pilots should know the freezing level? A: Pilots should know the freezing level because they could have more expectation about the threat of icing. Indeed, it might relate to the usage of  WX radar. In order to get accurate weather detection, the weather radar antenna […]

Airspeed Indicator Markings

[Ref. Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge, FAA-H-8083-25B Page 8-9, 8-10] To enable pilots to determine certain airspeed limitations at a glance, airspeed indicator (ASI) has a standard color-coded marking . In single-engine general aircraft’s analog ASI, there are 4-color areas: White arc “Flap operating range” Green arc normal operating range Yellow arc “caution range” operates […]

IATA Airline and Airport Code Search

The link below helps to  : Find out the 2-letter code of an airline or identify to which airline a 2-letter code corresponds Find out the 3-letter code of a location (airport, city) or identify which airport or city uses a particular code https://www.iata.org/publications/Pages/code-search.aspx   #IATA #airline #airport #code #location #place #air #waybill

Analysis the pros and cons of eAWB in terms of operation and environment from an airline in-charge perspective

[Ref AVIA4017 handout]   Handling Environmental Pros Data Quality ↑ standardize format and protocol computer programming helps checking data during entry process as well as before enter into database Big data appliation computer programming helps analysis data – x-check procedure and information retrieving (either OPS or Finance Team could get benefit) Risk and Cost ↓ reduce human […]