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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 Application of Regulations: Standard Crew Compliment
Module 3: Application of Regulations: Standard Crew Compliment 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 ORO.FTL.205(b) Scheduled FDP Limits:
Standard Crew Compliment: Maximum daily FDP for an Acclimatised crew member shall use the following table: Use the start time of the FDP (Adjusted to Reference Time Zone) and apply the number of sectors within the FDP. Should be done for each sector (Leg). [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

5 ORO.FTL.205(b) Scheduled FDP Limits:
[Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Maximum Scheduled FDP in RED. Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

6 ORO.FTL.205(b) Scheduled FDP Limits:
Maximum daily FDP for a crew member in an Unknown State of Acclimatisation shall use the following table: Apply the number of sectors within the FDP. The maximum number of sectors is 8. Should be done for each sector (Leg). Example: Maximum Scheduled FDP in RED. [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

7 ORO.FTL.205(b) Scheduled FDP Limits:
Maximum daily FDP for a crew member in an Unknown State of Acclimatisation under FRM may use the following table: Apply the number of sectors within the FDP. The maximum number of sectors is 8. Should be done for each sector (Leg). Authors Note: It is important to calculate the scheduled FDP limitation with each leg, as this determines when a leg is operating under extended FDP limits. [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

8 ORO.FTL.220 – Split Duty The FDP must contain a break on the ground of no less than 3 hours (3:00). Is only applied as an extension to the Scheduled FDP Limits in ORO.FTL.205(b). The permitted extension when only provided an accommodation is the lesser of: 50 % of the break which does not encroach the WOCL or 3 hours (3:00). The permitted extension when provided a suitable accommodation is the: 50 % of the break given. The break must be in a suitable accommodation when: The break is 6 hours (6:00) or more; or The break encroaches the WOCL A Split Duty Extension does not count as an extension above the Scheduled FDP Limits in ORO.FTL.205(b), when evaluating FDP Extensions in 7 Calendar Days in ORO.FTL.205.(d) [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

9 ORO.FTL.220 – Split Duty Example: Split FDP values in RED. [Click]
Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

10 Scheduled FDP Extensions:
ORO.FTL.205(d) Scheduled FDP Extensions: The use of the extension shall be planned in advance to adhere to the constraints in the following Table: The maximum planned extension is 1 hour (1:00). The table in CS FTL.205(b) Extension of FDP without in-flight rest provides proper guidance for acclimated crew members: [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 May not be used if the FDP is a Split Duty ORO.FTL.220. A Planned Extension is permitted when it is the 1st or 2nd extension of a FDP in any 7 calendar day period. Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

11 FDP Extensions in 7 days FDP End time (Base) FDP Start time (Base)
EXT FDP EXT FDP FDP End time (Base) FDP Start time (Base) 7 Calendar Day Lookback FDP Starting on day 9 at 20:00 (base) 7 Calendar Day Lookback is 164:00 to 00:00 (midnight starting Day 3) Count the number of FDP’s that exceed the scheduled FDP limit that End within the Look back period. Extension on the 9th is legal since it is the 2nd. [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

12 FDP Extensions in 7 days FDP End time (Base) FDP Start time (Base)
EXT FDP EXT FDP FDP End time (Base) FDP Start time (Base) 7 Calendar Day Lookback FDP Starting on day 9 at 20:00 (base) 7 Calendar Day Lookback is 164:00 to 00:00 (midnight starting Day 3) Count the number of FDP’s that exceed the scheduled FDP limit that End within the Look back period. Extension on the 9th is legal since it is the 1st. [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

13 FDP Extensions in 7 days FDP End time (Base) FDP Start time (Base)
EXT FDP EXT FDP EXT FDP FDP End time (Base) FDP Start time (Base) 7 Calendar Day Lookback FDP Starting on day 9 at 20:00 (base) 7 Calendar Day Lookback is 164:00 to 00:00 (midnight starting Day 3) Count the number of FDP’s that exceed the scheduled FDP limit that End within the Look back period. Extension on the 9th is illegal because it is the 3rd in 7 calendar days [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

14 ORO.FTL.205(d) Scheduled FDP Extensions:
FDP Extensions in 7 days When a 2nd Planned extension in 7 calendar days additional rest must be given: the minimum pre-flight and post-flight rest periods shall be increased by 2 hours; or the post-flight rest period shall be increased by 4 hours. ORO.FTL.205(d) Scheduled FDP Extensions: In the case where 2 FDP extensions are planned for consecutive FDPs the additional rest must be applied to both FDPs Example: Maximum Planned FDP Extensions in RED. [Click] Un-Augmented Daily FDP Limitations: Use Table B Based upon the Time of Report (adjusted to point of acclimatization) and the scheduled number of (operational) flight segments The scheduled/re-scheduled FDP may not exceed the limits in Table B. Non-Acclimated FDPs shall reduce the limits in Table B by 0:30 Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

15 Flight Duty Period (FDP):
CS FTL.1.205 Flight Duty Period (FDP): Night Duty Consecutive night duties, the number of sectors is limited to 4 sectors per duty. FRM is required to actively manage the fatiguing effect of night duties of more than 10 hours in relation to the surrounding duties and rest periods [Click] A flightcrew member is not allowed to be assigned to more than 3 consecutive NFDPs – unless the following conditions are met … All of the NFDPs must contain a duty break (minimum of 2 hours) The Flightcrew member may be assigned a maximum of 5 consecutive NFDPs. NFDP limitations are applied to un-augmented and augmented flight crews. Copyright © Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – A Generic Interpretation All rights reserved.

16 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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