EASA Training overview
peier.aero aviation training offers comprehensive TCAS, RVSM and PBN training programs for pilots.
TCAS, or Traffic Collision Avoidance System, is an aircraft system that alerts pilots to the presence of nearby aircraft and provides guidance on how to avoid collisions. The peier.aero TCAS program covers the principles of TCAS operation, system components and limitations, and best practices for TCAS use in different phases of flight.
RVSM, or Reduced Vertical Separation Minimum, is an airspace standard that allows aircraft to fly at closer vertical distances from each other, increasing airspace capacity and efficiency. The peier.aero RVSM program covers the technical requirements of RVSM, including equipment installation and maintenance, as well as pilot procedures for flying in RVSM airspace.
PBN, or Performance-Based Navigation, is a modern navigation concept that uses advanced satellite and aircraft systems to improve air traffic management's accuracy, safety, and efficiency of air traffic management. The peier.aero PBN program covers the principles of PBN, including system components and limitations, as well as best practices for PBN use in different phases of flight.
New Regulations per 31.10.2022
At the end of October 2022, several regulations have changed: Low visibility procedures, fuel planning, approach classification, and the GRF are now definitely introduced. This knowledge is a must for commercial and private operation pilots. The peier.aero program introduces these subjects to you online in a webinar.
EASA News Online
Since 31.10.2022, several new regulations have been in force regarding the following topics: Low visibility procedures, fuel planning, approach classification, and the global reporting format (GRF). It is an absolute MUST, that every pilot is confident with these new regulations.
This course is done in an online webinar