On the 30th of October 2022, EASA will introduce a NEW FUEL/ENERGY Scheme allowing air operators to reduce the amount of fuel carried during operations, lowering fuel loads and consequently burning less fuel and reducing the CO2 emissions for an overall flight and environmental impact of the flight.
Nevertheless, while more fuel planning flexibility is given to air operators through introducing the ‘fuel schemes’ concept, air operators need to fulfill specific criteria and demonstrate the implementation of procedures, enhanced data-gathering, risk assessment, and decision-making.
This training will support understanding the following new concept associated with the NEW EASA Fuel/Energy Scheme:
- Concept of Fuel/Energy Scheme
- New EASA Fuel Planning requirement
- Inflight Re-planning Policy
- Selection of Aerodrome and Planning Policy
- Inflight Fuel Management Policy
- Flight Following / Monitoring / Watch
- Training of Operational Personnel Requirement
The NEW EASA Fuel/Energy Scheme training is designed for flight operations management teams, flight dispatchers, navigation officers, operations controllers, pilots, performance engineers, but also other aviation professionals eager to learn about the requirement to comply with Regulation (EU) 2021/1296 and ED Decision 2022/005/R.