CONTAINS FOLLOWING EASA SUBJECTS
- 010 Air Law
- 010-01 International Law: Conventions, Agreements, Organizations
- 010-02 Airworthiness of Aircraft
- 010-03 Aircraft Nationality and Registration Marks
- 010-04 Personnel Licensing
- 010-05 Rules of the Air
- 010-06 Procedures for Air Navigation - Aircraft Operations
- 010-07 Air Traffic Services and Air Traffic Management
- 010-08 Aeronautical Information Service
- 010-09 Aerdromes (ICAO Annex 14)
- 010-10 Facilitation (ICAO Annex 9)
- 010-11 Search and Rescue
- 010-12 Security
- 010-13 Aircraft Accident and Incident Investigation
- 010-14 Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 (the Basic Regulation)
- 021 Airframe, Systems, Electrics, Power Plant
- 021-01 System Design, Loads, Stress, Maintenance
- 021-02 Airframe
- 021-03 Hydraulics
- 021-04 Landing Gear, Wheels, Tyres, Brakes
- 021-05 Flight Controls
- 021-06 Pneumatics - Pressurisation and Air Conditioning Systems
- 021-07 Anti-Icing and De-Icing Systems
- 021-08 Fuel System
- 021-09 Electrics
- 021-10 Piston Engines
- 021-11 Turbine Engines
- 021-12 Protection And Detection Systems
- 021-13 Oxygen Systems
- 021-14 Helicopter: Miscellaneous Systems
- 021-15 Helicopter: Rotor Heads
- 021-16 Helicopter: Transmissions
- 021-17 Helicopter: Blades
- 022 Instrumentation
- 022-01 Sensors And Instruments
- 022-02 Measurement of Air Data Parameters
- 022-03 Magnetism - Direct Reading Compass and Flux Valve
- 022-04 Gyroscopic Instruments
- 022-05 Inertial Navigation and Refrence Systems (INS and IRS)
- 022-06 Aeroplane: Automatic Flight Control Systems
- 022-07 Helicopter: Automatic Flight Control Systems
- 022-08 Trims - Yaw Damper - Flight Envelope Protection
- 022-09 Autothrottle - Automatic Thrust Control System
- 022-10 Communication Systems
- 022-11 Flight Management Systems (FMS)
- 022-12 Alerting Systems, Proximity Systems
- 022-13 Integrated Instruments - Electronic Displays
- 022-14 Maintenance, Monitoring and Recording Systems
- 022-15 Digital Circuits and Computers
- 031 Mass & Balance
- 031-01 Purpose of Mass and Balance Considerations
- 031-02 Loading
- 031-03 Fundamentals of CG Calculations
- 031-04 Mass and Balance Details of Aircraft
- 031-05 Determination of CG Position
- 031-06 Cargo Handling
- 032 + 034 Performance (Airplane + Helicopter)
- 032-01 General
- 032-02 Performance Class B - Single Engine Aeroplanes
- 032-03 Performance Class B - Multi Engine Aeroplanes
- 032-04 Performance Class A - Aeroplanes Certificated Under CS 25 Only
- 034-02 Performance Class 3 - Single-Engine Helicopters Only
- 034-03 Performance Class 2
- 034-04 Performance Class 1 - Helicopters Certificated Under CS 29 Only
- 033 Flight Planning & Monitoring
- 033-01 Flight Planning for VFR Flights
- 033-02 Flight Planning for IFR Flights
- 033-03 Fuel Planning
- 033-04 Pre-Flight Preparation
- 033-05 ICAO Fight Plan (ATS Flight Plan)
- 033-06 Flight Monitoring and In-Flight Re-Planning
- 040 Human Performance & Limitations
- 050 Meteorology
- 050-01 The Atmosphere
- 050-02 Wind
- 050-03 Thermodynamics
- 050-04 Clouds and Fog
- 050-05 Precipitation
- 050-06 Airmasses and Fronts
- 050-07 Pressure Systems
- 050-08 Climatology
- 050-09 Flight Hazards
- 050-10 Meteorological Information
- 061 General Navigation
- 061-01 Basics of Navigation
- 061-02 Magnetism and Compasses
- 061-03 Charts
- 061-04 Dead Reckoning Navigation (DR)
- 061-05 In-Flight Navigation
- 061-06 Inertial Navigation Systems (INS)
- 062 Radio Navigation
- 062-01 Basic Radar Principles
- 062-02 Radio Aids
- 062-03 Radar
- 062-04 Intentionally Left Blank
- 062-05 Area Navigation Systems RNAV/FMS
- 062-06 Global Navigation Satellite Systems
- 062-07 PBN
- 070 Operational Procedures
- 081 + 082 Principles of Flight (Airplane + Helicopter)
- 091 + 092 VFR + IFR Communications
- 091-01 Definitions
- 091-02 General Operating Procedures
- 091-03 Relevant Weather Information Terms (VFR)
- 091-04 Action Required to Be Taken in Case of Communication Failure
- 091-05 Distress and Urgency Procedures
- 091-06 General Principles of VHF Propagation and Frequency Allocation
- 092-02 General Operating Procedures
- 092-03 Action Required to Be Taken in Case of Communication Failure
- 092-04 Distress and Urgency Procedures
- 092-05 Relevant Weather Information Terms (IFR)
- 092-06 General Principles of VHF Propagation and Frequency Allocation
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