WHAT IS IT ABOUT?
This is one of the newer exams that was part of Air Law. Operational Procedures in commercial aviation is really about how companies are going to operate, the company minima and standard operating procedures they negotiate with the CAA. PPL holders and training organisations don’t operate like this, but we follow ICAO recommendations.They are based on ICAO Annex 6, and part II is relevant to General Aviation operations.
READ ANNEX 6 PART II
Look up the Annex and have a read. It’s not for me but interesting if you have a legal mind. Apparently. You do need to study the practical and useful information contained within it. It deals with safety equipment and its use, wake turbulence separation, wind-shear, what to do if you have an accident, search and rescue, and other general information about the procedures involved in operating an aircraft safely.
The exam is 16 questions in 30 minutes
We study this topic and take it with the Air Law exam in the first sitting with Human Performance