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AIRMANSHIP

Presented by Mark Scott & Mark Carter

Definition
From The Thesaurus Airmanship the art of operating aircraft Defined as a superior skill that you can learn by study, practice and observation

Airmanship is skill and knowledge applied to aerial navigation. It not only applies to when we are in the aircraft but our pre and post flight actions.

Airmanship Model

THE MODEL CONSISTS OF:


First
Second Third

3 Bedrock principles
5 Pillars of Knowledge 2 Capstone Outcomes

The 3 Bedrock Principles


DISCIPLINE SKILL

PROFICIENCY

The 5 Pillars of Knowledge


SELF AIRCRAFT TEAM ENVIRONMENT RISK

The 2 Capstone Outcomes


SITUATIONAL AWARENESS JUDGEMENT

JUDGEMENT

SITUATIONAL AWARENESS

SELF

AIRCRAFT

TEAM

ENVIRONMENT

RISKS

PROFICIENCY SKILL DISCIPLINE

THE PARTHENON

How does this relate to us as instructors and how do we pass key points of airmanship along.

WE ARE ROLE MODELS!

Role modeling is the key to teaching airmanship. On a normal lesson there are lots of occasions to demonstrate the correct airmanship using our model.

Principals
Discipline Follow standard procedures and rules Fly accurately
Put into practice what you have learnt

Skill
Proficiency

Knowledge
Self Aircraft Know your Limitations Understand your plane

Team Environment Risk

ATC, Flight Operations, Engineers, Your FI Weather, Taxi surface, etc Understand the risks

Outcomes
Situational Awareness This desired outcome will complete the picture of what is happening around us and to us. Judgement Judgement will allow sound decisions to be made in situations that may arise expected or not.

Awareness Quiz
1) What type of aircraft was on the opening page? 2) What airline was the Dash picture of in slide 2? 3) What was the groundspeed in slide 11? 4) What was the runway on the knowledge slide?

Answers
1) Boeing 787 Dreamliner
2) Air New Zealand Link 3) 679 Knots 4) Runway 20

Airmanship

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