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Started on May 22, 2024

Welcome To The School Of Aeronautics

 

At the School of Aeronautics, we are dedicated to providing the highest quality aviation education and training to our students. Our goal is to prepare the next generation of aviation professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the dynamic and exciting field of aviation.

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What is an Air Dispatcher?

An air dispatcher, also known as a flight dispatcher or aircraft dispatcher, is a highly skilled and critical member of the aviation industry. The primary responsibility of an air dispatcher is to work with the pilot in command to plan and execute a safe and efficient flight.
Responsibilities of an Air Dispatcher
  • Air dispatchers play a vital role in ensuring the safety of a flight by analyzing various data and information to determine the optimal route, altitude, and fuel requirements for the flight. They work closely with the pilot in command to develop a comprehensive flight plan that considers factors such as weather conditions, air traffic control restrictions, and aircraft performance capabilities.
  • In addition to flight planning, air dispatchers are responsible for monitoring the progress of the flight and making real-time adjustments to the flight plan as necessary. They use advanced computer systems to track the aircraft’s location and ensure that it stays on schedule and within the parameters of the flight plan.
  • Air dispatchers also serve as a critical link between the flight crew and ground personnel, providing critical information and updates to ensure a safe and efficient flight.

Who should take this course

Flight Operational Officer/Flight Dispatch, Flight Operations Assistants, Flight Operations Managers, Operational Central Control (OCC), Flight Control, Operations Engineering and CAA/NAA need these qualifications.

Conclusion

Air dispatchers play a vital role in the aviation industry, working behind the scenes to ensure that flights are safe, efficient, and on schedule. Their expertise and dedication are critical to the success of every flight, and they are valued members of the aviation community.
The course is designed for:
  • Young school leavers desirous of a career as a Flight Dispatcher
  • Airport general operative staff.
  • Airport ramp personnel.
  • Flight control personnel.
  • Airport station managers.

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