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Fast Track Components

Letters, Forms, & Manuals.

Company Procedures Training

Flight Operations Software

...Plus...

Generate Charter Revenue Now


Executive Summary

The Fast Track program is the fastest path to obtaining a new air carrier certificate. The FAA certification team will find the documents FAR compliant and will appreciate our fast response. You will gain operational knowledge and experience. The Fast Track program further reduces the time to certification by 30% compared to our standards certification products. All the required letters, forms, and manuals described in our standard products are included in the Fast Track program price. As an option, we can operate your aircraft on one of our certificates so that your plane may generate revenue while the FAA certification progresses.

Benefits

Quick response to FAA issues.

Able to fly Part 135 operations.

Reduction in certification time.

Generate revenue to offset cost.

Better quality manuals.

Increased operational efficiency.

Better knowledge of procedures.

Better, faster, easier for the FAA.

Company Procedures Training

We provide company procedures training to your staff so they understand the expectations of the FAA and the procedures specified in the manuals. They will be able to demonstrate knowledge of company procedures, use of company forms, and utilize scheduling and dispatch tools. You will be fully operational in advance of receiving your certificate. You will have competence in scheduling and dispatching aircraft; tracking currency of pilots and airworthiness of aircraft; and, creating forms and records as required by the FAR's.

Knowledge Obtained

Manual Structures

Duties and Responsibilities

Accident Response and Reporting

Company Training Requirements

Safety Management System

Company General Policies

Company Procedures

Maintenance Requirements

Hazmat Recognition Training

International Flight Operations.

FAA Approved Operations Software

Web-based operations software is used to schedule and dispatch aircraft and pilots; track pilot currency; track aircraft airworthiness; and, maintain company and pilot records. The software makes life simple: the Captain needs to print a dispatch sheet, enter weight and balance information prior to departure, and enter flight data upon completion of the trip. The home page presents the due dates for all pilot and aircraft items and is color coded to quickly identify items coming due or past due. The software protects agains situations where flight and duty limits are exceeded, rest periods are inadequate, or aircraft time limits are exceeded.

The dispatch sheet is a guarantee by the Director of Operations and Chief Pilot for Part 135 flights that:

The aircraft is airworthy.

The pilots are current and qualified.

The client and passengers meet financial and security requirements.

The schedule meets flight and duty time requirements and rest limitations.

The airports of intended use are adequate and have the needed facilities.

In the hands of a Captain, the computer-generated dispatch sheet assures:

A. Client: All clients in your database and printed on the dispatch sheet have been qualified and verified to assure the following:

1. Do-Not-Fly List: The client, or their representative, is not listed on the TSA Do-Not-Fly list.

2. Positive Identification: Positive identification of the client is on file at your office.

B. Schedule: The schedule is compliant with regulations and, in particular, assures the following:

1. Rest Period: There are adequate rest periods scheduled for the flight crew.

2. Flight and Duty Time: The flight and duty time limits are not exceeded.

3. Scheduled Maintenance Items: The aircraft will return to the maintenance base before the next scheduled maintenance item is due; or, provisions are made to have scheduled maintenance and inspections performed away from home base at the appropriate time.

C. Departure/Destination: The airports of intended use meet the requirements of the aircraft and operations for the existing conditions:

1. Runway Length: The runways of intended use are of sufficient length given the current and forecast weather for the type of operations and the capability of the aircraft.

2. Runway Lights and Airport Facilities: The runway, taxi, airport lighting, approach, and airport facilities are adequate for the type of operation.

3. FBO/Airport Facilities: The FBO and airport facilities are adequate to provide service required by the aircraft and flight crew.

D. Passengers: Each passenger is okay to fly:

1. Positive ID: Each passenger has been positively identified via an acceptable picture ID.

2. TSA Do-Not-Fly List: Each passenger boarding the aircraft has been verified against the TSA Do-Not-Fly List.

3. Changes: Notify the base and obtain approval for any added passenger not on the dispatch sheet. Passengers that are on the dispatch sheet and that do not show only need to be annotated on the dispatch sheet.

E. Aircraft: The aircraft is airworthy with no outstanding maintenance items:

1. Scheduled Inspections: All inspections have been completed and adequate time remains before the next due inspection.

2. Deferred Maintenance Items: All deferred maintenance items have been adequately addressed and are being tracked and managed by the Director of Maintenance.

F. Flight Crew: Each flight crewmember is current and qualified:

1. Currency: Each flight crewmember meets the appropriate currency requirements.

2. Airman Medical: The medical class is appropriate for the type of operation and that the due date has not been exceeded.

3. Check Rides: The 135.193, 135.297, and 135.299 check rides have been accomplished within the required time period.

4. Recurrent Training: All initial and recurrent training on company procedures has been accomplished within the past 12 calendar months.

5. Simulator Training: The simulator-based flight training (and/or other flight training) has been accomplished within the required time period.

6. Other: For international flights, the passport and other required documentation for international flights is valid and current.


Example Schedule of Events
for Adding Aircraft and Pilots

Green=Scheduled, Blue=Submitted, Red=Critical Path Late, =Complete.

Event

Date

Status/Notes

Contracting

Aircraft Lease Agreement

"Contract Signing"

 

On Contract Signing (Definition)

"Contract Signing"

"OCS"

Employment Agreement

OCS + 0 Week

 

Provided By You To USAC

Pilot Resumes, Certificates, Medical

OCS + 0 Week

 

Aircraft Registration, MEL, Insurance Cert

OCS + 1 Week

 

Aircraft Env Impact Worksheet, Conformity Form

OCS + 2 Weeks

 

Aircraft Pax Briefing Cards, Placard Manual

OCS + 1 Week

 

Corporate Documents (public record)

OCS + 1 Week

 

Formal Certificate Change

Request (to FAA) Add Aircraft

OCS + 2 Weeks

 

Request (to FAA) for Validation Test Flights

OCS + 4 Weeks

 

Document Compliance

RVSM Maintenance Manual

OCS + 2 Weeks

 

Pilot Training Program (New Aircraft)

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Environmental Impact Study

OCS + 1 Week

 

Add an Aircraft

Registration and Amendment (Form 4507)

OCS + 2 Weeks

 

Certificate of Insurance (Form 6410)

OCS + 2 Weeks

 

Add An Aircraft Form (signed by DOM)

OCS + 2 Weeks

 

Aircraft Status Sheet (New Aircraft)

OCS + 2 Weeks

 

Minimum Equipment List (New Aircraft)

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Aircraft Checklists (New Aircraft)

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Passenger Briefing Cards (New Aircraft)

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Aircraft Conformity Inspections (Physical)

OCS + 4 Weeks

 

Company Specific Training

Basic Indoctrination

OCS + 1 Week

 

General Operational Subjects

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Emergency Training

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Hazardous Material Training

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Security Awareness Training

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Aircraft Specific Training (Simuflite)

OCS + 3 Weeks

 

Practice Oral

OCS + 4 Weeks

 

Company Records

Pilot Assignments and Duties

Certificate Award

 

List of Aircraft

OCS + 1 Week

 

Web Based Records

OCS + 1 Week

 

Pilot Records (for each pilot)

Pilot 1

Pilot 2

Reference

Resume

 

 

 

FAA Records Request

 

 

Form 8060-10

Former Employer Records

 

 

Form 8060-11

Anti-Drug & Alcohol Training

 

 

Indoc Training

Anti-Drug and Alcohol Forms Signed

 

 

Drug Forms.

Drug and Alcohol Records Received

 

 

 

Criminal Records Check Received

 

 

From PRIA

Pre-Employment Drug Test Received

 

 

 

Complete Pilot Application Form

 

 

Application

Copy of Airman Certificate

 

 

 

Copy of Medical Certificate

 

 

 

Copy of Driver License

 

 

 

Copy of FCC Permit

 

 

 

Copy of Passport

 

 

 

Issue Copy of GOM

 

 

 

Pilot Record Summary

 

 

 

Initial Ground Training Form Complete

 

 

 

Flight and Duty Log

 

 

 

Airman Competency / Proficiency Check

 

 

 

Pilot Assignment and Duties

 

 

 

Item

Value

Total Tasks

51

Completed Tasks

0

Percent Complete

0%


The Big Ticket Items

Aircraft Conformity Inspection: The conformity data prepared to add your aircraft to our certificate can be re-used at the time you do the conformity inspection for your certificate. Your maintenance shop will complete the conformity inspection worksheet, time critical component list, AD list, and inspection status. Our Director of Maintenance will verify the accuracy and completeness of the data, work to resolve any issues, and present the data to the FAA who oversees adding the aircraft to our certificate. All of the above items can easily be presented to your Principal Maintenance Inspector during your conformity inspection so you will not incur this cost twice. It's a beautiful thing.

Pilot Training: We will administer anti-drug and alcohol misuse training, company procedures training, emergency hands-on drill training, security awareness training, and TSA security training. We will develop an aircraft-specific training manual and get FAA approval. Pilots will be trained (at your expense) by SimuFlite to the Part 135 standards specified in our training manual and complete check rides according to FAR 135.293, 135.297, and 135.299. If your pilots have recently completed training, their prior training will be accepted at no or at minimal cost. Your training and check rides will be transferrable to your new certificate with only the 135.299 line check and oral required by your Principal Operations Inspector.

Costs: Our operating costs are about 60% of the industry standard and are presented in the table below. There will be a cost for the aircraft conformity inspection of $5K to $10K, depending on the hourly work that we provide for the activity. Our FAA certified repair station will provide oversight and resolve maintenance issues as described above during the conformity activities and inspection. Additional costs for advertising, quoting, booking, billing, and providing flight support for charter operations is about 10%. This cost can be avoided by you performing these functions according to our procedures (which will soon be your procedures). We can perform some, all, or none of these business functions depending on your capability and available resources.

Cabin Size

Monthly
Fee

Small Cabin

$4K

Mid Size Cabin

$7K

Large Cabin

$10K

Other Estimated Costs

Item

Est. Cost

Fast Track Program (9 or less)

$15K

Fast Track Program (10 or more)

$25K

Fast Track Program (20 or more)

$40K

Conformity Inspection

~$10K

General Subjects Training

$300/pilot


Call 732-927-4336 for more details.
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