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Due to constraints resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic relating to travel restrictions, the closure of simulator centers as well as training centers.
Due to constraints resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic relating to travel restrictions, the closure of simulator centers as well as training centers
All Global Express simulators utilised by ExecuJet are located out of Australia and due to travel restrictions ExecuJet is unable to conduct training for its Global Express Pilots. Operations need to continue while suitable alternative PPC are put in place or pilots can return to the usual simulators.
Tasman Cargo Airlines operates one B767-300F aircraft and utilises a Qantas B767-300F FSTD located in New South Wales, Australia. This simulator is not possible to access as the Government of New Zealand has issued a 'Do Not travel' notice for NZ residents not to travel to NSW due to an escalation in Covid cases. TCA carries essential freight between Australia and New Zealand and operations must be sustained while alternative arrangements for undertaking proficiency checks is put in place. The reason for this Targeted Exemption are restrictions that have been put in place due to Covid-19.
Brenzil uses training centres in the USA and France for its Falcon 7X Pilot Proficiency Checks, which are currently impossible to access due to Australian Government COVID-19 travel restrictions.
There is no ATO for simulator training within Bhutan and access to the ATO in Thailand has become difficult due to travel restriction and rise in COVID-19 cases in the region
There is no ATO facilities within Bhutan for simulator training and access to the ATO in Thailand has become difficult due to rising COVID-19 cases and travel restrictions in the region.
Operators may have difficulties complying with proficiency check requirements due to the unavailability of flight simulation training devices (FSTDs), and/or inability of personnel to travel to the any overseas training facilities etc., as a consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cambodia Angkor Ả- K6 can not uses approved Simulator training device for Airbus 320/1 fleet because they are located in those states which impossible to access due to travel restriction with Covid 19 Pandemic . Airbus 320/1 fleet operations must be sustained while alternative arrangements for undertaking PPCs is put in place.
Bassaka Air uses training centers for the A320 which are currently impossible to access as they are located in another state currently imposing travel restrictions.
All A320 Simulator facilities utilized by JC Airlines are located out of Cambodia and due to travel restrictions imposed by these countries, JC is unable to conduct recurrent training for its pilots.
Due to the ongoing shutdowns, applicants are not able to get photos or meet with people to get verifications. Transport Canada centers are not able to process these ADB applications in a timely manner.
Due to the ongoing Provincial shut downs, delays in the processing of licensing application have been experienced. This exemption allows the pilot to keep exercising the temporary privileges that they had already been given until they receive their new licensing label.
DIFFICULTY OF THE OPERATOR (STA) TO COMPLY WITH PROFICIENCY CHECK REQUIREMENT DUE TO THE UNAVAILABILITY OF EXAMINER, FLIGHT SIMULATOR, AND INABILITY AS WELL OF FLIGHT CREW TO TRAVEL ANY OVERSEAS TRAINING FACILITY BECAUSE OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC.
ROYAL AIR MAROC uses training centers - for B787 / B767/ B747 and EMB 190 - which are impossible to access as there is travel ban from and to countries where these centers are located. Operations on these type of aircrafts must be maintained while arrangements for Pilot Proficiency Checks is put in place. this travel ban is imposed by Covid 19 Pandemic.
Training centers for ATR aircraft which are impossible to access as they are located in another State currently imposing travel restrictions.
Nepal Airlines uses foreign FSTD/ATO for A320 and A330 types for training and checks. However, due to travel restrictions, a group of flight crew could not travel to the simultor location to complete the PPC.
VISA/TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO STATE OF OPERATOR'S APPROVED TRTO (SIM AERO SOUTH AFRICA) FOR EMB145
OVERLAND AIRWAYS IS UNABLE ACCESS THEIR APPROVED SIMULATOR FACILITIES (SIM AERO) LOCATED IN SOUTH AFRICA DUE TO VISA/TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS AS A RESULT OF COVID-19 . THIS AFFECTS BOTH B1900 AND ATR72/42 FLEET.
TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS INTO STATE OF OPERATOR'S APPROVED TRTO(CAE DUBAI) for EMB505/HS125.
VISA/TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO STATE OF OPERATOR'S APPROVED TRTO ( FLIGHT SAFETY INTERNATIONAL ARIZONA) FOR CHALLENGER 604.
DUE TO TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS AND AVAILABLE SIMULATOR SLOTS FALL AFTER 31ST MARCH 2021 IN LUFTHANSA BAA, GERMANY FOR THE EMB134/145 FLEET.
AVAILABLE SIMULATOR SLOTS FALL AFTER 31ST MARCH 2021 TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS TO STATE OPERATOR'S APPROVED TRTO(CAE DUBAI) for challenger 604.
TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS INTO STATE OF OPERATOR'S APPROVED TRTO( CAE SPAIN) NOT OPEN FOR SIM BOOKING DUE TO COVID-19 FOR DO328.
TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS/QUARANTINE REQUIREMENTS AT LOCATION OF TRTO-CAE UK FOR EMB135/145.