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1 EASA FTL 2016 Understanding EASA FTL 2016
A Generic Interpretation Understanding EASA FTL 2016 Flight and Duty Time Limitations and Rest Requirements. Version 1.2 Welcome to the presentation of FAR 117 – A generic interpretation This presentation should serve as an introductory lesson plan to the new FAR’s. [Click] Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

2 Disclaimer The documentation is provided “AS IS” and is solely intended to provide a general understanding of the author’s interpretation of the new EASA FTL as amended on 29-Jan-2014. The author makes no representations and disclaims any and all responsibility for the completeness or accuracy of the documentation. The author reserves the right, at his discretion, to change or modify the documentation as deemed appropriate. Copyright © , Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation. All rights reserved. Introduction Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

3 Module 1: Introduction What is the FNPRM?
The FAA published the final notice of proposed rulemaking on Jan – 4th 2012 The rule established Pilot – Flight Duty Time Limitations and Rest Requirements. When do the Airlines have to comply? 04-Jan-2014, two years since publication. What do the Airlines have to do to comply? Develop scheduling policies and training programs. Update their Operations Specification and have approval from the FAA. Upgrade scheduling software, including planning and tracking software. [Click] Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

4 Introduction This Regulation shall enter into force on the twentieth day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the EU. Member States will have to apply from 18 February 2016. The Regulation lays down common EU rules in areas previously regulated at the national level while improving the level of safety established under EU-OPS Suppart Q, including: Improvements for the application of Split Duty A more scientific approach to deal with the effects of time zone differences Establishing minimum criteria for the Application of Reduced Rest Periods Establishing minimum criteria for extending the period of the flight on board in relation to inflight rest to remain in standby mode other than the airport standby. The new rules shall include the following changes: a definition of the term "acclimatisation", better taking into account the effect of time zone differences; better protection against cumulative fatigue due to: limit 1000 flight hours during 12 consecutive months an additional limit 110 hours of duty in a period of 14 days better protection against cumulative fatigue using the following rest criteria: long periods of rest elongated regenerative twice a month the additional requirements for having a rest to offset the impact of disruptive scheduling better protection against fatigue transition by extending the period during which the FDP (Flight Duty Period) shall be reduced to 11 hours of hours between the hours of 17:00 to 05:00. What is the FNPRM? The FAA published the final notice of proposed rulemaking on Jan – 4th 2012 The rule established Pilot – Flight Duty Time Limitations and Rest Requirements. When do the Airlines have to comply? 04-Jan-2014, two years since publication. What do the Airlines have to do to comply? Develop scheduling policies and training programs. Update their Operations Specification and have approval from the FAA. Upgrade scheduling software, including planning and tracking software. [Click] Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

5 Introduction The implementing rules shall include the following explanation: the calculation of the maximum basic FDP on the table instead of the calculations that have resulted in different interpretations; the definition of minimum standards of accommodation during standby at the airport and split duty period an explanation of the rules governing decision making commander's discretion to reflect the interpretation of OPS by the Air Safety Committee. In addition to a standardized procedure Certification Specifications (CS) introduce a number of improvements to the safety: reducing the maximum FDP in less favorable times of the day of 11 hours 45 minutes to 11 hours 15 minutes; extending the flight duty and rest associated with the flight time will depend on the type of rest facilities on board and the size of the flight crew the rules governing the split duty will be based on defined minimum standards for accommodation and suitable accommodation mitigate the effects of alternating rotation of the east-west standby mode other than the airport standby shall be limited to 16 hours clearly defined requirements for the quality and type of airport facilities designed to remain on standby The maximum total length of standby at the airport and the FDP will be 16 hours unless other arrangements will be mitigation measures rules for shortened rest period will guarantee the possibility of eight hours of sleep. What is the FNPRM? The FAA published the final notice of proposed rulemaking on Jan – 4th 2012 The rule established Pilot – Flight Duty Time Limitations and Rest Requirements. When do the Airlines have to comply? 04-Jan-2014, two years since publication. What do the Airlines have to do to comply? Develop scheduling policies and training programs. Update their Operations Specification and have approval from the FAA. Upgrade scheduling software, including planning and tracking software. [Click] Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

6 Intent of this presentation
To summarize the following sections of EASA FTL. ORO.FTL.100 Scope. ORO.FTL.105 Definitions. ORO.FTL.205 Flight Duty Period (FDP). ORO.FTL.210 Flight Times and Duty Period. ORO.FTL.220 Split Duty. ORO.FTL.225 Standby and Duties at Airport. ORO.FTL.230 Reserve. ORO.FTL.235 Rest period. The presentation shall summarize the following sections of the FNPRM. Applicability. Definitions. Flight time limitation. Flight duty period: Un-augmented operations. Flight duty period: Split duty. Flight duty period: Augmented flightcrew. Flight duty period extension. Flightcrew members assigned to Reserve status. Cumulative Flight time / Flight duty time limitations. Rest period Requirements. Consecutive nighttime operations. [Click] Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

7 Not included in this presentation
The following sections of EASA FTL. ORO.FTL.110 Operator Responsibilities ORO.FTL.115 Crew Member Responsibilities ORO.FTL.120 Fatigue Risk Management (FRM) ORO.FTL.125 Flight Time Specification Schemes ORO.FTL.200 Home Base ORO.FTL.215 Positioning ORO.FTL.240 Nutrition ORO.FTL.245 Records of Home Base, Flight Times, Duty and Rest Periods ORO.FTL.250 Fatigue Management Training Intentional Omissions from this Presentation: Fitness for duty Fatigue risk management system Fatigue education and training program Emergency and government sponsored operations [Click] Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

8 EASA FTL 2016 Understanding EASA FTL 2016
A Generic Interpretation Understanding EASA FTL 2016 Flight and Duty Time Limitations and Rest Requirements. Version 1.2 Welcome to the presentation of FAR 117 – A generic interpretation This presentation should serve as an introductory lesson plan to the new FAR’s. [Click] Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.


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