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The Oxford General Navigation Computer Based Training (CBT) course teaches the subject of General Navigation up to the standard required by the EASA air transport pilot’s license syllabus.
This multimedia CBT covers the JAR-FCL EASA-FCL ATPL theoretical knowledge syllabus and includes over 300 JAR/EASA exam style questions and answers. This course has been specifically designed for pilots wishing to study for the EASA ATPL syllabus.
It covers all aspects, including basic geometry of the Earth and astronomy, defining and finding direction, use of the Navigation Computer, elementary VFR navigation, map-reading, examination of the properties of different types of chart, time, and Grid Navigation. Specifically, there are lessons on the main characteristics and uses of the Mercator, the Lambert Conic Conformal, the Polar Stereographic and the Transverse and Mercator charts.
Table of Contents:
- Form of the Earth
- Earth Magnetism
- Navigation Computers
- The 1 in 60 Rule
- Topographical Maps
- Chart Properties
- Grid Navigation
Minimum Recommended System Requirements:
- Windows XP +
- 550 MHz CPU
- 256 Mb RAM
- 4x CD-ROM Drive
- Windows compatible Sound Card
- 1024 x 728 16-bit Color Graphics
|Manufacturer||Oxford Aviation Media|
|Rating/Aircraft Type||JAA (European) ATPL|