Operational Control Administration (as applicable to operator's operational control system)

  • Applicability/exercise of operational control authority

  • Responsibilities for individual functions/ duties/tasks

  • Assignment of functional responsibilities/duties to FOO personnel

  • Preparedness to implement emergency actions

  • Operational control personnel have access to information relevant to safe conduct of flights, accident/incident notification procedures

  • Adequate facilities/workspace/equipment for operational control activities

  • Valid license for personnel that perform FOO function (if applicable)

  • Compliance with AOC conditions/limitations by FOO/FOA personnel

Flight Coordination/Monitoring (as applicable to operator's operational control system)

  • PIC provided with documents/information/data necessary for safe conduct of flight

  • Common flight planning documents used by PIC and FOO/FOA (if applicable)

  • Production/issuance of OFP and ATS flight plan for each flight

  • FOO/FOA assistance to PIC in flight preparation (if applicable)

  • Acceptance of OFP by PIC and (if applicable) FOO

  • Coordination of en route amendments to OFP between PIC and FOO or designated member of management (if applicable)

  • Coordination of changes to ATS flight plan by FOO/FOA (if applicable)

  • Assessment of relevant conditions/ground facilities prior to flight departure

  • Guidance/procedures for control of flights to be conducted under partial VFR; availability of meteorological reports (if applicable)

  • Procedures for monitoring/assessing meteorological conditions for operational airports

  • Procedures for monitoring/assessing approach/ landing suitability for planned alternate airports

  • Guidance/procedures/restrictions that ensure flights do not exceed aircraft performance weight limitations

  • Procedures for flights planned to operate in known/suspected ground icing conditions

  • FOO/FOA communication with flight crew/maintenance operations (if applicable)

  • Flight monitoring process; communication with flight crew (if applicable)*

  • Backup flight monitoring process (if applicable)

  • Monitoring of destination/alternate airport conditions/information during flight

  • Monitoring of en route alternate airports conditions/information during flight

  • Procedures for reporting of inadequate facilities observed during flights to applicable authorities/ operational areas of organization

  • Procedures for flight completion notifications

  • Preparedness to communicate emergency/ survival equipment information to SAR centers

  • Preparedness to provide accident notification to the appropriate authority

  • Access to same dangerous goods information as provided to PIC; preparedness to provide danger- ous goods information in event of accident

  • Guidance/procedures for monitoring/assessing en route alternate airports during EDTO

Flight Planning

  • Process for selection/designation of takeoff alternate airports

  • Process for selection/designation of destination alternate airport

  • System/process for selection/designation of second destination alternate airport

  • Process for designation of PSR for isolated airport flights; ensuring safe destination conditions for flight continuation past PSR

  • Process for selection of planned minimum flight altitudes that comply with established safe limits

  • Process that ensures OFP route for twin-engine aircraft permits, for critical engine failure at any point, flight to an airport above minimum altitudes

  • Process that ensures OFP for three/four-engine aircraft permits, for one/two engine failure at any point, flight to an airport with landing

  • Process or procedures to ensure sufficient usable fuel for safe flight completion taking into account unplanned deviations

  • Process or procedures to ensure planned flight usable fuel is based on all relevant data/operating conditions

  • Process or procedures for calculating planned taxi fuel

  • Process or procedures for calculating planned trip fuel

  • Process or procedures for calculating planned contingency fuel

  • Process or procedures for calculating destination alternate fuel for flights that require a single destination alternate airport

  • Process or procedures for calculating destination alternate fuel for flights that require a second destination alternate airport

  • Process or procedures for calculating planned supplemental fuel for flights that require no destination alternate airport

  • Process or procedures for calculating planned isolated airport fuel

  • Process or procedures for calculating planned final reserve fuel

  • Process or procedures for calculating planned additional fuel when required

  • Process/procedures for uplift of discretionary fuel when requested by PIC or PIC/FOO

  • Guidance to increase PIC/FOO fuel awareness; means for PIC/FOO to easily approximate final reserve fuel*

  • Guidance/procedures to ensure sufficient stored breathing oxygen for planned flight in pressurized/unpressurized aircraft

  • Process or procedures to ensure flights operated beyond 60 minutes from an alternate airport are conducted in accordance with applicable require- ments

  • Guidance/procedures that ensure flight crew has up-to-date information relative to planned en route alternate airports for flight operations beyond 60 minutes from an en route alternate airport

  • Guidance/procedures for selecting en route alter- nate airports and specifying on OFP and ATS flight plan for two-engine aircraft EDTO

  • Performance-based method that ensures an acceptable level of safety in complying with alternate airport selection regulations (if applicable)

  • Performance-based method that ensures an acceptable level of safety in complying with fuel planning regulations (if applicable)

  • Performance-based method that ensures an acceptable level of safety in complying with EDTO regulations (if applicable)

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