Understanding EASA FTL 2016 – Just A Generic interpretation
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I have 35+ years experience within Commercial Aviation.
My positions have included:
- Staff Meteorologist
- Licensed Dispatcher
- Aircraft Performance Engineer
- Software Developer
I currently work with crew scheduling systems, developing optimization and payroll system.
I have extensive experience with government regulations and crew union contracts, and have been one of the leading commenter’s regarding the newly established FAA regulations (FAR 117).
I have DCA approval for FTL/FRMS instruction November 2018.