Commercial Aviation Manuals

Aviation Info Tech produces commercial aircraft operations manuals for commercial air transport operators, based on EU/EASA’s requirements.

Aviation Info Tech is a company that specializes in producing commercial aircraft operations manuals for commercial air transport operators. These manuals are based on the requirements of the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).

Commercial air transport operators are required to have operations manuals that cover all aspects of their operations, including flight operations, maintenance, and safety management. These manuals must comply with the regulations and guidelines set out by regulatory bodies such as EASA, to ensure the safe and efficient operation of the aircraft.

Aviation Info Tech works closely with commercial air transport operators to develop customized manuals that are tailored to their specific needs and operations. The company has a deep understanding of the regulatory requirements set out by EASA, and their team of experts is experienced in producing manuals that comply with these requirements.

The manuals produced by Aviation Info Tech cover all aspects of commercial air transport operations, from pre-flight planning to post-flight operations, including emergency procedures and crew training. The company also offers ongoing support and updates to ensure that the manuals remain up-to-date with any changes in regulations or best practices.

Overall, Aviation Info Tech provides a valuable service to commercial air transport operators by producing customized operations manuals that meet the requirements set out by EASA, ensuring the safe and efficient operation of their aircraft.

Commercial Air Transport operators with EASA Air Operators Certificates and those who follow local variations of the (European) Joint Aviation Authority regulations, including the UAE and Bahrain.


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The UAE & Bahrain

The UAE and Bahrain’s safety regulations were based on JAR-OPS and now follow, to a certain extent, EASA’s “rules”.   Their manuals are available on their websites.

On the flight operations side, you will require as a minimum an Operations Part A (General) with 14 sections, one of which has 7 major subsections, a Part B, which is type specific and covers amongst other things Normal, Abnormal and Emergency procedures, a Part C which covers navigation matters and aerodrome categorisations and a Part D, the pilot and cabin crew Training Manual.

You will also need a Cabin Crew Manual and probably a Cabin Services Manual. Also, don’t forget the Safety Management System, with its Emergency Response Plan, Security Manual, Ground Operations/Dispatch Manual and possibly others not directly connected with purely flying matters.

You will also need for each aeroplane a Minimum Equipment List.

The people who run the organisation must be lead by an Accountable Manager, who like his main subordinates, Postholders for Training, Fight Operations, Continuing Airworthiness, Ground Operations, all who will be intervened by the CAA.

If you are new to CAT, it is almost essential that you are your Postholders to attend training course. The JAA Training Academy is a good source.

Aviation Info Tech writes and updates manuals for several CAT operators and has first-hand experience in the UAE and Bahrain.

An Aircraft Operations Manual will help you get the most out of your aviation experience.

A custom-written flight operations manual is an excellent way to ensure that every detail about a particular type or model aircraft has been considered when it comes time for Commercial Pilot License applicants and owners alike, which can save both money on unnecessary training fees by following proper procedures at all times!

For more information on Commercial Aviation Manuals, contact Peter at Aviation Info Tech today