Challenger 300/350 Operational Landing Distance Training
The Bombardier Challenger 300/350 Operational Landing Distance course provides operators with the information to complete the Runway Overrun and Global Reporting Format (GRF) and OLD (Operational Landing Distance) in-flight time of arrival calculations, as required by EASA. ICAO has mandated that all member states implement the GRF on November 5, 2021. Transport Canada and EASA have an earlier implementation date of August 12, 2021 due to winter conditions.
The course content conforms with the content requirements outlined in the proposed EASA regulation CAT.OP.MPA.311 Reporting on Runway Braking Action, CAT.OP.MPA.300 Approach and Landing Conditions – Aeroplanes, and CAT.OP.MPA.303 Acceptable Means of Compliance. These regulations require operators to complete a time of arrival landing distance calculation including the requirement to add an additional 15% to calculated landing distance using new operational landing distance tables.
For FAA and ICAO countries, the additional 15% calculated landing distance is recommended.
NOTE: Foreign aircraft flying into EASA airports must complete a time of arrival landing distance calculation using the new operational landing distance tables. This calculation, which must be done within 30 minutes of landing, includes the additional 15% landing distance requirement.
This course has 2 compulsory lessons:
1) Runway Overrun and Global Reporting Format: This lesson provides revised descriptions, definitions, and methods of reporting runway surface conditions. This lesson is not aircraft specific and should be completed first.
2) OLD (Operational Landing Distance) In-Flight Calculations: This lesson includes aircraft specific training for the new Landing Distance Time of Arrival Assessment (LDTA) performance data that has been added to the QRH 1. Ensure you complete the lesson specific to your aircraft.