Airline Operations

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Ahmad Obaid
ID: 200921074
Karishma Khan
ID: 200921075
Nashmia Rashid
ID: 200921078
Abdulla Barahim
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Airline Operations, Semester 2, 2010/11

For: Dr. Baba Yerra

Due Date: 30 May 2011

Topic: Research Project

Title: Comparative Study and Analysis of FAR and CAR regulations

Table of Contents 1. Introduction | 3 | 2. Methodology | 4 | 3. Findings | 5 | 3.1. Operations Specifications | 5 | 3.2. Airline Organization: Required Management Positions | 6 | 3.3. Operating Manual | 9 | 3.3.1. Operations Manual Requirements under FAR 121 | 9 | 3.3.2. Operations Manual Requirements under GCAA (CAAP 8)Mandatory content | 9 | 3.3.3. Comparison between GCAA and FAA | 10 |
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| Exemptions and Deviations | * | | | Management Personnel | * | | | Other designated persons | * | * | Part R-Personnel accepted by AuthorityPart S-Point of contact | Operational Control | * | * | | Airport Aeronautical Data | * | | | Aeronautical Weather Data | * | * | Part C-All Weather Operations | Ops during ground icing and de-icing | * | | | Approved Carry-on Baggage Program | * | | | Part 121 Domestic Operations | * | | | LAHSO Operations | * | | | Supplemental Operations | * | | | Outsourced training facilities | * | | |

CAAP8 has only a few similarities with FAR119.49 Part A, and is distributed in different sections.
UAE doesn’t have domestic operations so this doesn’t have to be included in Ops Specs. FAA | GCAA | B-Enroute Authorizations, Limitations, and Provisions | | Areas of En route operations | | | | IFR Ops – Class I and II navigation | * | | | VFR | * | * | | Enroute limitations and provisions | * | | | ATC standards for Class 1 and 2 | * | | | RVSM | | * | Part F-Communication Navigation and surveillance | IFR Class1 Enroute navigation using Area Navigation Systems | | | | VOR/DME | * | * | Part E-Performance Based Navigation | RNAV | * | * | Part D-Approach1.2 | GPS | * | * | Part D-Approach1.2 |