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This Flight Operations Manual has been compiled for the use and guidance of personnel in the. execution of duties related to aviation operations at SPEC Incorporated It contains information and. instructions on the manner in which SPEC Incorporated flight operations shall be conducted. SPEC Incorporated is dedicated to highly professional flight operations Safety will always be our first. priority and we will be persistent in continuously demonstrating high safety consciousness in our flight. operations Our mission is, To provide safe reliable high quality and cost effective airborne research that meet the needs. of our users, It is the duty of all SPEC employees and contracted agents to openly and honestly report events and. hazards Any events and incidents will be thoroughly investigated in a non punitive manner SPEC. Incorporated recognizes the value of operating to a well recognized international standard As company. policy we operate to the standards developed and adopted by the International Business Aviation. Council and all of its Member Associations including National Business Aviation Association These. standards were developed using best practices used widely in the business aviation community. and as such reflect the high standards of operational safety that we wish to achieve at SPEC. Incorporated, The Flight Operations Manual has been developed to satisfy the International Standards for Business. Aircraft Operations IS BAO The manual also incorporates specific requirements of Federal Aviation. Administration FAA regulations and the International Civil Aviation Organization ICAO requirements. for international operations, All personnel involved in the aviation enterprise are to be familiar with this manual and are to comply. with its provisions Changes to the manual will be promptly disseminated to all personnel involved in. SPEC flight operations, I am personally assuming responsibility for keeping the Flight Operations Manual current and for the.
conduct of the operations in accordance with the manual. Paul Lawson Director of Flight Operations,President SPEC Incorporated. Amendment No 1 page i June 14 2013,INTENTIONALLY,LEFT BLANK. Amendment No 1 page ii June 14 2013,MANUAL AMENDMENT PROCEDURES. Manual amendments will be promulgated as required by the Flight Department Manager They will be. issued to each Manual holder, Each amended page shall record the appropriate amendment number and date. It is the responsibility of the Manual holder to insert all amendments issued to him her in a timely. manner and ensure all manual pages are consistent with the List of Effective Pages LEP Manuals. issued to aircraft will be amended by the Chief Pilot. Any discrepancy between the LEP and the actual Manual pages will be brought to the attention of the. Flight Department Manager immediately,LIST OF MANUAL HOLDERS.
Manual Copy Manual Holder Address,Master Copy President Flight 3022 Sterling Circle. Department Manager Suite 200,Boulder CO 80301,Copy 1 Chief Pilot 3022 Sterling Circle. Boulder CO 80301,Copy 2 Chief of Maintenance 3022 Sterling Circle. Boulder CO 80301, Copy 3 Director of Engineering 3022 Sterling Circle. Boulder CO 80301,Copy 4 Research Pilot 3022 Sterling Circle.
Boulder CO 80301,Copy 5 Aircraft N999MF 3309 Airport Road. Boulder CO 80301,Copy 6 Safety Officer 3022 Sterling Circle. Boulder CO 80301,Amendment No 1 page iii June 14 2013. RECORD OF AMENDMENTS,Number Date Date Entered Entered By. Original 03 09 13 03 09 13 Flight Department,Ammendment 1 07 14 13 07 14 13 Flight Department.
Amendment No 1 page iv June 14 2013,LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES. Page No Amendment No Page No Amendment No,Effective Date Effective Date. i June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 11 June 14 2013,ii June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 12 June 14 2013. iii June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 13 June 14 2013,iv June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 14 June 14 2013. v June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 15 June 14 2013,vi June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 16 June 14 2013.
vii June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 17 June 14 2013, viii June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 18 June 14 2013. ix June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 19 June 14 2013,x June 14 2013 section 2 page 2 20 June 14 2013. xi June 14 2013 section 3 page 3 1 June 14 2013,xii June 14 2013 section 3 page 3 2 June 14 2013. section 1 page 1 1 June 14 2013 section 3 page 3 3 June 14 2013. section 1 page 1 2 June 14 2013 section 3 page 3 4 June 14 2013. section 1 page 1 3 June 14 2013 section 3 page 3 5 June 14 2013. section 1 page 1 4 June 14 2013 section 3 page 3 6 June 14 2013. section 1 page 1 5 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 1 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 1 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 2 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 2 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 3 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 3 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 4 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 4 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 5 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 5 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 6 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 6 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 7 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 7 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 8 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 8 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 9 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 9 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 10 June 14 2013. section 2 page 2 10 June 14 2013 section 4 page 4 11 June 14 2013. Amendment No 1 page v June 14 2013,Page No Amendment No Page No Amendment No. Effective Date Effective Date, section 4 page 4 11 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 4 June 14 2013.
section 4 page 4 12 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 5 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 13 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 6 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 14 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 7 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 15 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 8 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 16 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 9 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 17 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 10 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 18 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 11 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 19 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 12 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 20 June 14 2013 section 7 page 7 13 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 21 June 14 2013 section 8 page 8 1 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 22 June 14 2013 section 9 page 9 1 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 23 June 14 2013 section 9 page 9 2 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 24 June 14 2013 section 9 page 9 3 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 25 June 14 2013 section 9 page 9 4 June 14 2013. section 4 page 4 26 June 14 2013 section 9 page 9 5 June 14 2013. section 5 page 5 1 June 14 2013 section 9 page 9 6 June 14 2013. section 5 page 5 2 June 14 2013 section 10 page 10 1 June 14 2013. section 5 page 5 3 June 14 2013 section 10 page 10 2 June 14 2013. section 5 page 5 4 June 14 2013 section 10 page 10 3 June 14 2013. section 5 page 5 5 June 14 2013 section 10 page 10 4 June 14 2013. section 5 page 5 6 June 14 2013 section 10 page 10 5 June 14 2013. section 6 page 6 1 June 14 2013 section 10 page 10 6 June 14 2013. section 6 page 6 2 June 14 2013 section 11 page 11 1 June 14 2013. section 6 page 6 3 June 14 2013 section 11 page 11 2 June 14 2013. section 6 page 6 4 June 14 2013 section 11 page 11 3 June 14 2013. section 7 page 7 1 June 14 2013 section 11 page 11 4 June 14 2013. section 7 page 7 2 June 14 2013 section 11 page 11 5 June 14 2013. section 7 page 7 3 June 14 2013 section 11 page 11 6 June 14 2013. Amendment No 1 page vi June 14 2013,Page No Amendment No Page No Amendment No. Effective Date Effective Date,section 12 page 12 1 June 14 2013. section 12 page 12 2 June 14 2013,section 12 page 12 3 June 14 2013. section 12 page 12 4 June 14 2013,section 12 page 12 5 June 14 2013. section 12 page 12 6 June 14 2013,Amendment No 1 page vii June 14 2013.
INTENTIONALLY,LEFT BLANK,Amendment No 1 page viii June 14 2013. TABLE of CONTENTS,Preamble i,MANUAL AMENDMENT PROCEDURES iii. LIST OF MANUAL HOLDERS iii,RECORD OF AMENDMENTS iv. LIST OF EFFECTIVE PAGES v,1 Company Organization 1 1. 1 1 Flight Department Management Structure 1 1,1 2 1 Flight Department Manager 1 2.
1 2 2 Chief Pilot 1 3,1 2 3 Chief of Maintenance 1 3. 1 2 3 Safety Officer 1 4,1 2 5 Captain 1 4,1 2 6 First Officer 1 5. 1 2 7 Research Crewmembers Serving Onboard the Aircraft 1 5. 2 Safety Management System 2 1,2 1 Safety Policy 2 1. 2 1 1 Purpose 2 1,2 1 2 Safety Responsibilities 2 2. 2 1 3 Management Support 2 2,2 2 Description and Nature of the Operation 2 3.
2 2 1 SPEC Safety Risk Profile 2 3,2 2 2 Key Hazards Risks and Mitigation 2 4. 2 2 3 Safety Performance Objectives 2 6,2 2 4 Safety Management Goals 2 6. 2 2 5 Other Risk Management Tools 2 7,2 3 Hazard Identification and Tracking System 2 7. 2 4 Change Management Process 2 8,2 5 Safety Assurance and SMS Evaluation 2 9. 2 5 1 Safety Assurance 2 9,2 5 2 SMS Evaluation 2 9.
2 5 3 Compliance Monitoring 2 9,2 6 SMS Communication and Training 2 10. Attachment 2 A Current Operator Safety Risk Profile 2 11. Attachment 2 B Operational Risk Analysis Tool 2 13. Attachment 2 C Hazard Identification and Tracking Form 2 14. Attachment 2 D Risk Management Tracking Form 2 15,Technical 2 15. Attachment 2 F SMS Evaluation Form 2 16,Attachment 2 G SMS Evaluation Tracking Form 2 17. Attachment 2 H Compliance Monitoring Checklist 2 18. 3 Operational Control 3 1,3 1 Operational Control System 3 1. 3 1 1 General Description 3 1,3 1 2 Responsibilities and Authorities 3 1.
3 1 3 Flight Planning 3 2,3 1 4 Ferry Flights 3 2,3 2 Flight Planning Requirements 3 2. 3 2 1 VFR Flight 3 3,3 2 2 IFR Flight 3 3,3 2 3 Landing Distance Requirements 3 4. 3 2 4 Oxygen Supply Requirements 3 4,3 2 5 Flight Following and Flight Watch 3 4. 3 3 Aircraft Weight and Balance 3 4,3 4 Airworthiness 3 5. 3 5 Distribution of Operational Information 3 6, 3 6 Deviations to Company Operations Manual Provisions 3 6.
Amendment No 1 page ix June 14 2013,4 Standard Operating Procedures 4 1. 4 1 General 4 1,4 1 1 Captain s Authority 4 1,4 1 2 Crew Resource Management CRM 4 1. 4 1 3 Transfer of Aircraft Control 4 1,4 1 4 Minimum Aircraft Crew Research 4 2. 4 1 5 Flight Crew Qualifications 4 2,4 1 6 Required Documents and Equipment 4 2. 4 1 7 Use of Checklists 4 2,4 1 8 Pilot Incapacitation 4 3.
4 2 Preflight 4 4,4 2 1 Flight Crew Reporting Time 4 4. 4 2 2 Flight Crew Briefing 4 4,4 2 3 Flight Crew Duties 4 4. 4 2 5 Fuelling Procedures 4 5,4 2 6 Flight Clearance 4 6. 4 2 7 Aircraft Critical Surface Contamination 4 6,4 2 8 VOR Check 4 7. 4 3 Crewmember and Cabin Safety Procedures 4 7,4 4 Takeoff 4 9.
4 4 1 Definitions 4 9,4 4 2 Performance Data 4 10,4 4 4 IFR Take Off Minima 4 11. 4 5 Enroute 4 12,4 5 1 Flight Crewmembers At Station 4 12. 4 5 2 Weather Considerations 4 12,4 5 3 Icing and Freezing Precipitation 4 13. 4 5 4 Sterile Flight Deck 4 14,4 5 5 No Smoking Fasten Seat Belt Signs 4 14. 4 5 6 Altitude Awareness 4 15,4 5 7 Fuel Management Awareness 4 15.
4 5 8 Flights Over Water 4 15,4 5 9 Oxygen Equipment and Use 4 15. 4 6 Approach and Landing 4 16,4 6 1 Instrument Approach Procedures 4 16. 4 6 2 Approach Briefing 4 16, 4 6 3 Navigation Radio and Visual Approach Guidance 4 17. 4 6 4 GPS Approach Operations 4 17,4 6 5 Stabilized Approach 4 17. 4 6 6 Side Steps and Circling Approaches 4 18,4 6 7 Precision Runway Monitor PRM 4 18.
4 6 8 Requirements for Landing 4 18,4 6 9 Missed Approaches 4 19. 4 7 Arrival 4 20, 4 7 1 Flight Records and Expense Tracking Procedures 4 20. 4 7 2 Reporting Descrepancies 4 20,4 7 3 Securing the Aircraft 4 20. 4 8 Aircraft Equipment 4 21,4 8 1 Terrain Awareness System TAWS 4 21. 4 8 2 Cockpit Voice Recorder CVR 4 21,4 8 3 Traffic Information Service 4 21.
4 9 Flight and Duty Time Limitations 4 21, 4 10 Use of Alcohol and Other Psychoactive Substances 4 25. 4 18 Cabin Crew and Cabin Safety Procedures 4 25,4 18 1 Cabin Crew Safety Briefing 4 25. 4 11 Crew and Passenger Health Issues 4 26,4 12 Extended Operations over water 4 26. Amendment No 1 page x June 14 2013,4 13 Disposal of International Garbage 4 27. 5 Emergency Procedures and Equipment 5 1,5 1 Airborne Emergencies 5 1.
5 1 1 Airborne Emergency Management 5 1,5 1 2 Use of Transponder Radar Assistance 5 1. 5 1 3 Protective Breathing Equipment 5 1, 5 1 4 Emergency Landing and Evacuation Procedures 5 1. 5 2 Reporting Aircraft Overdue 5 2,5 3 Accident Incident Reporting 5 2. 5 4 Emergency Response Plan 5 3,5 5 Research Crewmember Illness 5 4. 5 6 First Aid Kits 5 5,5 7 Emergency Survival Equipment 5 5.
5 8 Unlawful Interference 5 6,6 International RVSM MNPS or RNP Operations 6 1. 6 1 Research Aircraft International Flight 6 1,6 1 1 Flight Crew Training and Authorization 6 1. 6 1 2 Customs 6 1, 6 1 3 International Procedures Standard Operations 6 2. 6 1 2 Reduced Vertical Separation Minima RVSM Procedures 6 3. 7 Qualifications and Training 7 1,7 1 Flight Crew Licenses and Ratings 7 1. 7 2 Flight Crew Qualifications and Competency 7 1, 7 4 Aircraft Maintenance Personnel Qualifications and Competence 7 2.
7 5 General Training Program Requirements 7 2,7 5 1 Instructional Staff 7 2. 7 5 2 Training Conducted on a Contract Basis 7 2, 7 6 Initial and Recurrent Flight Crew Training 7 2. 7 6 1 Company Training 7 2,7 6 2 Learjet Ground Training 7 3. 7 6 3 Learjet Simulator Training 7 3,7 6 4 MNPS Training 7 5. 7 6 5 RVSM Training 7 5,7 6 7 GPS Instrument Approach Training 7 5.
7 6 8 Upgrade Training for Pilots 7 7, 7 6 9 Transportability of Pilot Proficiency Check 7 7. 7 7 Emergency Procedures Training 7 7, 7 8 Aircraft Critical Surface Contamination Training 7 8. 7 9 High Altitude Training 7 8,7 10 Crew Resource Management 7 8. 7 11 Simulated Emergencies During Research Flights 7 9. 7 12 Overview of Personnel Training Requirements 7 9. 7 13 Proficiency Certification 7 10, 7 14 Failure to Achieve or Maintain Required Standards 7 13. 8 Record Keeping 8 1,8 1 Employee Training and Qualifications 8 1.
8 2 Flight Records 8 1,9 Aircraft Maintenance 9 1, 9 1 Responsibilities of the Director of Maintenance 9 1. 9 2 Technical Records 9 1,9 3 Maintenance Schedules 9 2. 9 4 Preventative Maintenance Aircraft Servicing 9 3. 9 5 Airworthiness Directives and Service Bulletins 9 3. 9 6 Evaluation Program 9 3, 9 7 Deferred Rectification of Defects MEL Procedures 9 3. 9 8 Recurring Defect Control 9 4,9 9 SDR Reporting 9 4. Amendment No 1 page xi June 14 2013,9 10 Technical Dispatch 9 4.
9 11 Parts and Material Control 9 4,9 12 Training Program 9 5. 9 13 Recency of Experience 9 5,9 14 Aircraft Weight Balance Control 9 5. 9 15 Maintenance Arrangements 9 5, 9 16 Flight Permits or Special Flight Authorizations 9 6. 9 17 Aircraft Modifications for Research 9 6,10 Security Procedures 10 1. 10 1 Assessing the Threat and Vulnerabilities 10 1. 10 2 Preventive Measures 10 1,10 3 Responsive Measures 10 2.
10 4 Security Checklists 10 3,10 5 Emergency Checklist 10 4. 11 Dangerous Goods 11 1,11 1 Definition 11 1,11 2 Common Dangerous Goods 11 4. 11 3 Dangerous Goods Emergencies 11 4, 11 4 Special Hazmat Requirements for Research Aircraft 11 6. 12 SPEC Company Forms 12 1,Amendment No 1 page xii June 14 2013. SPEC Inc 1 Company Organization,1 Company Organization.
1 1 FLIGHT DEPARTMENT MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE,Organizational Structure. Chief Business Flight Safety,Engineer Manager Department Officer. Engineers Technicians Chief Director of Principle,Pilot Maintenance Investigator. Research Authorized Aircraft Aircraft,Pilots Inspectors Mechanics Technicians. Amendment No 1 page 1 1 June 14 2013,SPEC Inc 1 Company Organization.
Duties Authorities Accountabilities and Qualifications. The following are the duties authorities and accountabilities of the management and operating personnel. of the Flight Department and the qualifications required to hold those positions. 1 2 1 Flight Department Manager,Reports to President SPEC Incorporated. Supervises Chief Pilot Director of Maintenance Principal Investigator. 1 2 2 1 Qualifications,Education Minimum of a Bachelors Degree. Experience Five years experience with aircraft management and operations research operations. Skills Knowledge of safety management system FAR s management and financial control in small. Part 91 aviation department setting,1 2 1 1 Position Description. The Flight Department Manager is responsible for managing the Flight Department to support the. atmospheric research mission This Includes responsibility for carrying out all support of SPEC s mission. and objectives while ensuring that safety is never compromised He she is responsible for the overall. management operations and implementation of the Flight Department Safety Program and procedures. 1 2 1 2 Duties and Responsibilities, a Lead Flight Department in a manner that maintains a culture of safety and creates efficient. procedures that support the research missions of our customers. b Ensure that operations are conducted in accordance with FAA and international regulations as. well as company operating policies, c Coordinate with Research Project Manager and Project Scientists to schedule flights.
d Prepare budgets and ensure financial efficiency and control. e Ensure that all Flight Department members are kept informed of any changes in regulations. and or operating standards, f Work with Chief Pilot and Director of Maintenance to establish a policy regarding review of aircraft. operational and maintenance accidents and incidents. g Develop and implement appropriate aircraft enhancements and modifications to keep aircraft at a. high level of readiness and utility, h Liaises with external agencies and regulatory authorities which may affect research missions. i Develop and maintain the Safety Management System and Flight Operations Manual.


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