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1 Bahamas, Canada & Hawaii

2 International Operations Review Agenda: (electronic) Advance Passenger Information System International Trip Planning Custom Procedures Canada Bahamas Pacific Ops – Hawaii SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

3 (e)APIS (electronic) Advance Passenger Information System eAPIS collects and passes electronic manifests to the Advance Passenger Information System (APIS). For international travel both in to and out of the United States. We use fltplan.com and ARINC eAPIS web-portals SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

4 International Operations Review True or False 1. APIS manifest have to be submitted for travel to and from the United States SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

5 (e)APIS (electronic) Advance Passenger Information System Enforcement compliance of APIS requirements based on three types of violations: No APIS Manifest Late APIS Manifest Insufficient APIS Manifest SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

6 Satisfactory APIS submission: Complete - all necessary records for each passenger and crew member manifest Timely - submitted within the AFR timelines Pax manifest : < 15 min after departure Crew manifest : < 60 min before departure Diversion: < 30 prior to arrival (Pax and Crew) Correct - elements are valid, correct and complete No initials Alphabetic characters only (e)APIS (electronic) Advance Passenger Information System SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

7 International Operations Review True or False 2. APIS manifests have to be submitted at least 60 Minutes before departure. SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

8 APIS Facts: No expiration date - leave field blank New pax added to flight - submit new manifest Flight cancelled – advise CBP at arrival airport Flight plan or manifest changes – submit new or update manifest Early manifest submission – any time, no later than 60 min (e)APIS (electronic) Advance Passenger Information System SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

9 International Operations Review True or False 3. If you leave with less passengers than stated on the submitted APIS manifest, you need to submit a new manifest. SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

10 APIS Facts (cont’d): Diversion – Contact CBP supervisor at arrival airport prior to arrival If no local CBP office, contact CBP Sector at Submit electronic manifest within 30 min. prior to arrival (e)APIS (electronic) Advance Passenger Information System SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

11 Aircraft Personnel Operations Trip Itinerary SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW International Trip Planning Checklist

12 Aircraft  Aircraft Registration and Airworthiness Certificate  Certificate of Ownership  Minimum Equipment List  Navigation Database  International Flight Information Manual  Maintenance Contacts (Records)  Letter of Insurance Coverage Check applicable documents for expiration dates SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW International Trip Planning Checklist

13 Personnel  Airman’s certificate  Physical  FCC Restricted Radio Operators License  International Training/RVSM Compliance  Passport (Visa – if required)  Money – Credit Card, Foreign Currency  Driver’s License  Immunization (if required) Check applicable documents for expiration dates SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW International Trip Planning Checklist

14 Operations  International Services/Handling Agents  Entry Requirements (refueling stops)  Fuel Arrangements  Flight Plan, Weather and NOTAMs  Current Charts/Trip kits (Approach, Enroute, Terminal)  Hotels/Local Transportation  Catering  (International)Cell Phone SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW International Trip Planning Checklist

15 Trip Itinerary  APIS - Passenger Manifest  Declaration and Immigration Forms – U.S.  Appropriate Foreign Customs Forms Check applicable documents for expiration dates SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW International Trip Planning Checklist

16 When flying to the Canada… Submit APIS manifest (U.S. requirement) Report to CBSA No more than 15 people Land at approved airport of entry during CBSA business hours Upon landing call TRC for authorization Or meet CBSA personnel at the aircraft Custom Procedures - Canada SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

17 1-888-CANPASS (48 – 2 Hrs Prior to ETA) ETA Tail/registration number Destination, Pax and crew info Trip purpose, length of stay Length of absence from Canada for Canadian residents; Declaration for each person Custom Procedures - Canada SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

18 International Operations Review True or False 4. To submit Crew and Pax information, the Canadian Border Service Agency must be called between 2 and 48 hours prior to the ETA into Canada. SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

19 Advice TRC prior to arrival in Canada if changes of : ETA > 30 min. Destination Pax list Declarations Custom Procedures - Canada SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

20 International Operations Review True or False 5. If the ETA changes by more than 45 minutes the pilot must advise the CBSA. SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

21 When leaving Canada… Submit APIS manifest Call U.S Customs and make an arrival appointment Verify Custom Form 178 not necessary Complete U.S. Customs Declaration form prior to landing in U.S. Custom Procedures - Canada SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

22 When flying to the Bahamas… Submit APIS manifest File an International Flight Plan Life jackets for each person on board First landing at an designated airport of entry Prepare Gen Decs or Cruising Permit, and Immigration cards in advance if possible. Custom Procedures - Bahamas SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

23 International Operations Review True or False 6. We have to file an international flight plan when flying to the Bahamas. SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

24 When leaving the Bahamas… Submit APIS manifest Depart from an airport of entry File an International Flight Plan Fill out a copy of the Bahamas Customs C7 form Turn in the Bahamas Immigration card copy. Land at an Airport of Entry Call U.S Customs and make an arrival appointment Verify Custom Form 178 not necessary Complete U.S. Customs Declaration form Custom Procedures - Bahamas SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

25 International Operations Review True or False 7. Returning to the U.S. from the Bahamas, one can land at any U.S. airport. SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

26 Loading Navigation System ETP Plotting SLOP Contingency Procedures Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

27 Loading Navigation System - Manual One pilots loads independently Second pilot verifies loaded information Verify leg distance Verify track vs. magnetic course Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

28 Loading Navigation System – Data Upload Both Pilots Verify Waypoints Leg distance Track vs. magnetic course Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

29 SELCAL Equipment Check Prior to entering Oceanic airspace HF Rule of Thumb The higher the position of the sun the higher the frequency Mach Number Technique Maintain specific Mach number within +.oo5 Mach Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

30 Master Document Recording Initial position inserted into the NAV-system ATC clearance revisions Position reports Comments regarding discrepancies related to navigation, clearances or position errors noted by ATC Assigned frequencies VHF and HF NAV performance accuracy (Coast-Out Proc.) Altimeter checks (CoastOut Proc.) Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

31 ETP: ETP Criteria All engines running and normal pressurization Engine Failure Loss of Pressurization Computerized Flight Plan Gotcha’s Drift-down profile, fuel remaining, no-oxygen scenario Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

32 Plotting Chart - Preflight Assigned route ETPs Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

33 Plotting Chart - Enroute Waypoint Passage Lat/Long Time (Zulu) FL Mach Wind 10 Minute After Check Plot and record Lat/Long Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

34 International Operations Review True or False 8. Lat/Long coordinates are plotted and recorded 10 minutes after crossing a waypoint. SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

35 Position reporting: Compulsory reporting points or when requested by ATC Contents: Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW “Position” Aircraft ID Name Waypoint No Name: Lat/Long Time Crossing Altitude Estimated Next Position Name Waypoint; ETA Next Waypoint Ensuing Fix Compulsory or not Time next FL

36 Gross Navigation Error >25 NM -- > 300 FT Reduce Errors Both crew copy (re-)clearance Both crew verify FMS entry Follow the correct clearance (not the old one) Plot waypoint and 10 min check Be aware of similar sounding waypoints Longitude vs. FL Independent FMS Ops Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

37 SLOP Mitigates Wake Turbulence and Collision Risk SLOP Guidelines Three positions: Centerline, 1 NM and 2 NM right Cannot exceed 2 NM Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

38 SLOP Pilot Actions Avionics capable of performing automatic offset functions No auto-offset: fly centerline Not necessary to request offset from ATC, or to inform ATC that an offset is being flown Cross into the oceanic airspace over oceanic entry point (same for oceanic exit point) Position reporting as if crossing directly over the waypoints Pacific Ops - Hawaii Procedures SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

39 Possible In-flight Contingencies: Inability to maintain assigned flight level Enroute diversion across the prevailing traffic flow Loss of or significant reduction in required navigation capability Pacific Ops - Hawaii Contingencies SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

40 General Procedures: Obtain a revised clearance Transmit distress (MAYDAY) or urgency signal (PAN PAN) SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW Pacific Ops - Hawaii Contingencies

41 If revised clearance cannot be obtained : Leave the assigned route or track by initially turning 45 degr.right or to the left. Factors which may affect the direction of the turn are: Position of the aircraft relative to any organized route The direction to an alternate airport, terrain clearance; Any lateral offset being flown, and the flight levels allocated on adjacent routes or tracks. Pacific Ops - Hawaii Contingencies SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

42 If revised clearance cannot be obtained (cont’d): Following the turn, the pilot should: If unable to maintain the assigned FL, min. descent rate Take account of other aircraft being laterally offset from its track; Acquire and maintain in either direction a track laterally separated by 15 NM from the assigned route; and Once established on the offset track, climb or descend to select a flight level which differs from those normally used by 150 m (500 ft); Pacific Ops - Hawaii Contingencies SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

43 If revised clearance cannot be obtained (cont’d): Establish communications with other aircraft (121.5; ) Watch for conflicting traffic – Visually and TCAS Turn on all aircraft exterior lights Keep the transponder on Pacific Ops - Hawaii Contingencies SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

44 International Operations Review True or False 9. If revised clearance cannot be obtained the following frequencies can be used to establish communications with other aircraft:121.5 and SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

45 General: Initiate ATC communications: “Weather deviation required” PAN PAN (when necessary) State intentions and comply with ATC clearance Inform ATC when weather deviation is no longer required Pacific Ops - Hawaii Weather Deviation SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

46 No clearance can be obtained : If possible, deviate away from assigned route Establish communications with other aircraft (121.5; ) Watch for conflicting traffic – Visually and TCAS Turn on all aircraft exterior lights Pacific Ops - Hawaii Weather Deviation SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

47 No clearance can be obtained (cont’d): For deviations < 10 NM; remain at assigned FL For deviations > 10 NM; change FL; Pacific Ops - Hawaii Weather Deviation A SSIGNED R OUTE D ESIRED T URN L EVEL C HANGE E AST (0-179) LEFT RIGHT D ESCEND 300 FT C LIMB 300 FT W EST ( ) LEFT RIGHT C LIMB 300 FT D ESCEND 300 FT SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW

48 International Operations Review True or False 10. If the weather deviation is less than 10 NM remain at the assigned altitude. SVE - I NTERNATIONAL O PS R EVIEW


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