FlySafe

SEPLA Fly Safe is SEPLA`s newsletter of the Technical Department. It informs members, twice a month, of the latest developments in the world of aviation related to aircraft operations, helping the pilot react in an educated manner to any eventuality that may happen. Also, it will inform of all courses, seminars and initiatives promoted by the members of the Department.


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29/01/2018 | EASA SAFETY INFORMATION BULLETIN. OPERATIONS.
Safety Precautions Regarding the Transport by Air of Portable Electronic Devices containing Lithium Batteries carried by Passengers.
29/01/2018 | ECA SMOKE, FUME AND SMELL EVENTS GUIDELINE
ECA publishes recently the Smoke and fume / smell guideline.
29/01/2018 | IATA UNSTABLE APPROACHES GUIDE 3rd EDITION
IFALPA publishes on its website the new edition of the IATA guide “Unstable Approaches”.
29/01/2018 | ECA ANNUAL REPORT 2017
ECA launches -as it does regularly- its annual report with achievements and relevant news in a year considered as one of the safest in the history, and a good economic year also for the entire airline industry.
18/12/2017 | Your Fly Safe also in English
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18/12/2017 | IFALPA POSITION PAPER. Performance Based Navigation
Performance Based Navigation (PBN) is now being implemented in many states and areas worldwide.
18/12/2017 | IFALPA AERODROME & GROUND ENVIRONMENT LEAFLET. EMAS
An Engineered Materials Arresting System (EMAS) is an installed surface placed beyond the end of a runway, and designed to safely stop an overrunning aircraft.
18/12/2017 | EASA SAFETY INFORMATION BULLETIN. Slow Rotation Take-off
The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) issued the safety bulletin alerting crews to four-engine aircraft about the risks of slow rotations during long takeoffs in airports with operational restrictions after the Colombian authorities identify that this is one of The factors behind various incidents during takeoffs in Bogota, the most serious of them with an Air France Airbus A340 in March of this year.
18/12/2017 | IFALPA SAFETY BULLETIN. Potential CPDLC Message Delivery Latency
CPDLC: Controller–pilot data link communications.
18/12/2017 | FAA SAFETY ALERT FOR OPERATORS. High Collision Risk During Runway Crossing
This SAFO serves to warn pilots of high-risk category A or B runway incursions and potential collisions in the first two-thirds (2/3) of an active runway.
10/11/2017 | Encuesta a tripulaciones sobre la aplicación del SERA 14015 sobre el uso del lenguaje en las comunicaciones aeronáuticas.
Como todos vosotros sabéis, hemos conseguido que se informe a la Comisión Europea de la decisión del Estado Español de continuar utilizando el español en las comunicaciones aeronáuticas en los aeropuertos afectados por el reglamento europeo SERA.
08/11/2017 | Uso de las Comunicaciones en español
El Ministerio de Fomento ha dado luz verde a que pilotos y controladores aéreos puedan seguir empleando el español en sus comunicaciones "cuando los escenarios operativos así lo aconsejen".

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