PLT101 - Flight and Gorund Safety Management Systems (3 + 0) 3.5

General concept of flight and ground safety, main factors in flight and ground safety, main factors of incedent and accident, reasons of aircraft and ground incedents and accidents, SHEL model, analysis of incedents and accidents, human factors, environment factors, aircraft and maintenance factors, risk and risk management, flight safety training

PLT106 - PPL (A) Flight Performance & Planning (030) (2 + 0) 2

Performance characteristics of aircraft powerplants, take-off performance, climbing performance, cruise performance, descent and landing performance, flight maneouvers, airplane weights, importance of balance, mean aerodynamic chord, theory of weight and balance, effects on airplane performance of overload, effects on airplane performance loading

PLT116 - PPL (A) Flight Principles (080) (2 + 0) 2

Basic aerodynamic definitions, subsonic aerodynamics, basics about airflow, continuity equation, Bernoulli?s equation, airspeeds, viscous flows, boundary layer, flow separation and drag, shape and scale effects on drag, airfoil sections, generation of lift, airfoil properties, wing geometry, airflow about finite wings, airflow about aircraft,

PLT120 - PPL (A) Flight Applications (0 + 9) 8.5

Checklist procedure, take-off, climb, cruise, cruise at different speeds and configurations, power settings, speed changes, turns, constant vario manoeuvres, radio communication techniques, trimming, usage of altitude indicator, power changes and effects, cross-check technique, instrument delays, climb-at-best rate of climb (VY), acceleration,

PLT102 - PPL (A) Air Law Knowledge (010) (1 + 0) 2

History of Internatıonal Air and Space Law, agreements and rules; SHGM, JAA, EASA, FAA and ICAO rules.

PLT104 - PPL (A) Aircraft General Knowledge (020) (2 + 0) 2

Systems and sub-systems of the fix wing aircrafts.

PLT108 - PPL (A) Human Performance (040) (1 + 0) 1

Effects of pressure, vision, hearing, flight sickness, flying and health, toxic hazards; central decision channel, stress, decision and decision taking.

PLT110 - PPL (A) Meteorology (050) (2 + 0) 2

Atmospheric pressure, temperature, wind, humidity; data collection and analysis, prediction procedures; risk factors (icing, turbulance, mountain wave, wind break, fog etc).

PLT112 - PPL (A) Navigation (060) (2 + 0) 2

Air navigation systems of aircraft such as ADF, VOR, ILS, MLS, INS, transponder, radar, etc.

PLT114 - PPL (A) Operational Procedures (070) (1 + 0) 1

General information about operating procedures.

PLT118 - PPL (A) Communication (090) (1 + 0) 2

ATC conversation, numbers and phonetic alphabet, expressing special terms, definitions and shortenings, Q codes, message categories, emergency situation messages, meteorological messages, aviation information messages, VFR conversation patterns, position reports.

PLT399 - PPL Control (0 + 0) 6.5

Control of PPL flight check by General Directorate of Civil Aviation.

PLT207 - Multi-Crew Coordination (3 + 0) 6

Human error, air safety, interpersonal communication, leadership, decision making.

PLT421 - Accident Investigation Analysis (3 + 0) 6.5

Basics of accident investigation, initiating the investigation, documenting the accident scene, conducting effective interviews, event analysis, cause analysis.

PLT203 - ATPL AGK-Airframe, Systems and Powerplant (021) (6 + 0) 4

Systems and sub-systems of the fix wing aircrafts.

PLT201 - ATPL Air Law Knowledge (010) (4 + 0) 4

History of Internatıonal Air and Space Law, agreements and rules; SHGM, JAA, EASA, FAA and ICAO rules.

PLT204 - ATPL Mass and Balance (031) (3 + 0) 3

Mass and balance definition; calculating the center of gravity (CG) before takeoff and during flight; mass, CG, reference point, moment and moment arm, fuel and CG moment calculation.

PLT205 - ATPL AGK-Flight Instruments (022) (3 + 0) 3

The instruments of performance, navigation, and flight control systems; analog and glass cockpits, auxiliary systems, failures of the systems and precautions.

PLT206 - ATPL Performance (032) (8 + 0) 3

Flying the aircraft safely and cost-effectively by calculating the performance values as take-off and landing distances, climb ratios, glide ratios, fuel consumptions in different load, altitude and air conditions (wind, temperature, atmospheric pressure).

PLT210 - Night Flight Applications (1 + 1) 2

Flying after sunset by using related IR (Instrument Rating) procedures.

PLT212 - Pilot in Command Flight Applications I (1 + 4) 8

Flying from main airfield to another (at least 300 NM far from each other) and application of related navigation procedures.

PLT208 - ATPL Flight Planning and Monitoring (033) (4 + 0) 3

The point to point flight planning about fuel, time, altitude, alternate airfield, etc; following the flight plan during cruise; determining the deviation from the plan and making an alternate flight plan when necessary.

PLT214 - Pilot in Command Flight Applications II (1 + 4) 8

Flying from main airfield to another (at least 300 NM far from each other) and application of related navigation procedures.

PLT301 - ATPL Human Performance (040) (4 + 0) 4

The circulatory system, oxygen andrespiration, hypoxia, hyperventilation, decompression, cabin pressurization, flying and diving, the nervous system, ear, hearing and balance, alcohol and flying, motion sickness, the eye and vision, flying and health, stress, stress factors, coping with stress, behaviour and motivation, situational awareness.

PLT305 - ATPL General Navigation (061) (6 + 0) 5

Air navigation systems of aircraft such as; ADF, VOR, ILS, MLS, INS, transponder, radar, etc.

PLT307 - ATPL Radio Navigation (062) (7 + 0) 7

Air navigation with radio aids.

PLT499 - ATPL Control (0 + 0) 6.5

Control of ATPL flight check by General Directorate of Civil Aviation

PLT310 - ATPL VFR Communications (091) (2 + 0) 0.5

The terms, codes, talks and approvals techniques, the isues to be repated all used in avaiation communication; communication procedures to be used in case of wireless malfunction and emergencies.

PLT312 - ATPL IRF Communications (092) (2 + 0) 0.5

The terms, codes, talks and approvals techniques, the isues to be repated all used in avaiation communication; communication procedures to be used in case of wireless malfunction and emergencies.

PLT303 - ATPL Meteorology (050) (6 + 0) 5

Atmospheric pressure, temperature, wind, humidity; data collection and analysis, prediction procedures; risk factors (icing, turbulance, mountain wave, wind break, fog etc).

PLT309 - ATPL Operational Procedures (070) (3 + 0) 2

Operating an air vehicle under the rules determined by an authority (such as a management, SHGM, JAR, EASA,FAA, and ICAO); procedures to be obeyed with the materials and equipment needed in the normal conditions, in low visibility, instrument and equipment conditions, communication hardware conditions, aircraft maintenance, avoiding noise, over ocean/poles, icing conditions, improper meteorological conditions, emergency conditions in carrying hazardous materials.

PLT311 - ATPL Principles of Flight (081) (3 + 0) 2

Principles underlying the practical flying training; theoretical and practical aspects of low and high speed flight, flying controls, lift augmentation, aeroplane stability and design, aerodynamic aspects of propellers; fundamental laws.

PLT304 - Instrument Rating Applications (0 + 4) 7

Flight using related IR (Instrument Rating) procedures.

PLT306 - CPL(A) Flight Applications (0 + 1) 5

Checklist procedure, take-off, climb, cruise, cruise at different speeds and configurations, power settings, speed changes, turns, constant vario manoeuvres, radio communication techniques, trimming, usage of altitude indicator, power changes and effects, cross-check technique, instrument delays, climb-at-best rate of climb (VY), acceleration, deceleration.

PLT308 - Multi-Engine Flight Applications (0 + 1) 5

Multi-engine flight practices.

PLT403 - Airline Flight Crew Techniques and Procedures (3 + 0) 5

Human error, air safety, interpersonal communication, leadership, decision making.

PLT402 - Airline Dispatch Operations (3 + 0) 5

Operational control, licensing and certification, legal responsibility, load planning, flight following.