TAG Ground Courses Overwing Exit Training

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Overwing Exit Training

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Overwing Exit Training

Overwing Exit Training

To provide Crew an opportunity to familiarise themselves with the use and weight of the Overwing Exit. The use of an Overwing Trainer is to simulate the Emergency Exit Operations for approved aircraft. It will also help Crew better understand the operations when completing their touch drills on the ground and they primary escape route in the event of ditching. All students will receive a brief on the Health and Safety aspects of the removal of the Overwing Exit and correct operation stance.

Course Duration: 30 Mins
Schedule: Tuesdays, 12.30 - 17.00 and Thursdays, 13.30 - 17.30

SYLLABUS

  • Operation and actual opening of the OWE in normal and emergency modes. This includes the action and forces required to operate and deploy the life raft
  • Primary exit routes using the OWE
  • Evacuation procedures in a ditching
  • Procedure for checking outside hazards
  • Attachment of a Lifeline (if applicable)
  • Deploying a raft from the over wing exit (if applicable)

Approved Aircraft

  • Challenger 300
  • Challenger 601 / 604 / 605
  • Challenger 850
  • Hawker 800 / 900 / 4000
  • Gulfstream 280 / 450 / 550 / 650
  • Global Express
  • LearJet 45
  • Airbus Corporate Jet
  • Falcon 7X / 2000 / 900
  • Legacy 500/600/650
  • Cessna Citation Jet 4
  • Citation Mustang
  • Citation Sovereign/Latitude