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HAI@Work: Demystifying COPTER IFR
COPTER IFR procedures are designed specifically for helicopters, allowing for faster, safer, more efficient operations in and out of heliports and airports in instrument meteorological conditions. However, student pilots, and many current instrument pilots, often lack access to or seldom use these procedures.

What do COPTER IFR procedures offer that standard procedures don’t? What equipment is needed to use them? What are the weather requirements?

Join us at the Oct. 21 HAI@Work webinar, where instrument procedure experts from Hughes Aerospace, the FAA, and Garmin will answer these questions and more. In addition to offering a chart tutorial, our panelists will discuss how to ensure conformity between COPTER charts and your flight management system and navigation database.

Our panelists for the webinar are:

Chris Baur is president and CEO of Hughes Aerospace Corp. A retired military aviator, he is a dual-rated ATP with more than 40 years of experience in aviation, including active involvement in the FAA’s NextGen implementation and global performance-based navigation (PBN) movement.

Brian Berubee is chief designer for Hughes Aerospace Corp. His experience includes work as an air traffic controller with the US Air Force and as a TERPS (terminal instrument procedures) specialist with the FAA.

Nolan Crawford is an aviation safety inspector at the FAA, responsible for improving flight operations, standardization, and aviation safety through supporting the FAA’s NextGen program.

Max Gornish is the business/commercial aviation sales manager at Garmin. Since joining the firm in 2011, he has worked as technical lead on the ARINC production team and has played a significant role in expanding the database and capabilities of navigation data provider AeroNavData.

Please send your webinar questions, comments and feedback to: dan.sweet@rotor.org.

Oct 21, 2021 04:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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