INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS AVIATION
Introduction to the field and an overview of aircraft classes
This course enables those people working in business aviation (aircraft manufacturers, subcontractors or operators) to acquire or broaden their knowledge, thereby promoting understanding between the various business areas.
This course is intended for all types of employees (performing technical, managerial or administrative roles) and covers the specific features of this area as well as major aircraft and manufacturers.
The course lasts 1 day (7 hours).
This course is particularly well suited to those who develop products for business aviation or who, working directly in this area, wish to acquire knowledge in areas broader than those they practice daily.
It offers an easy way to understand the different areas addressed.
The lectures are very demonstration-focused.
People wishing to improve their knowledge in this area will also benefit from course:
AED 011: Aircraft Design
Course level: Basic
This course is intended for all types of employees interested in business aviation: engineers, technicians, salespeople, buyers, management inspectors and administrative staff. No prior training required in the field.
Architect of Aeronautical Systems
Former Head of the Simulations and Aeronautical Design Group
Temporary Lecturer in Aircraft Architecture since 1992
- The origins of business aviation
- 1920s to the present day
- The advantages
- Productivity gains, uncongested airports
- Types of owners and users
- Companies, governments, individuals
- The principle of multiple ownership
- Derived uses
- Sanitary evacuation
- Maritime surveillance
- Militarized planes
- Types of business aircraft
- Helicopters and convertibles
- Propeller (piston and turbo-propelled) airplanes
- Technology: architectures, habitability, cut-away
- Segmentation: VLJ, small, medium, wide, global, bizliners
- Numerous examples of aircraft and internal fittings
- The manufactures:
- Dassault, Cessna, Gulfstream, Bombardier, Embraer, Airbus, Boeing...
- Design and production: the digital model, the assembly hall
- The global market
- Its fluctuations
- Positioning of the French, the decision to launch the Falcon 7X, 5X, and 8X
- Current and future developments
- Supersonic projects
- Avionic functions
- Electrical flight controls, autopilot
- Navigation: inertial (gyro-laser), GPS
- Anti-collision: TCAS, TAWS (GPWS)
- The "conventional" dashboard
- Recent cockpits (EASy)
- Latest avionics developments
- HUD, EVS, anti-missile protection
Scheduled in French:
PARIS: 21 February 2019
For the English realization, please, consult us.
€590 excluding tax (20% VAT)