Date: Tuesday, January 28 | 3:45 pm – 4:45 pm | Wednesday, January 29 | 8:00 am – 9:00 am
Helicopters generate noise that can cause a negative public response, which can then lead to legislative or regulatory restrictions on operations. Thorough research and testing by the FAA, NASA, and the Department of Transportation Volpe Center have resulted in scientifically derived flight techniques that successfully minimize the effects of helicopter noise emissions. Members and advisors of the HAI Fly Neighborly / Environmental Committee have developed operational and safety strategies for application of noise abatement techniques in critical phases of flight, to include departure, enroute/maneuvering and arrival; with considerations for VFR situations.
This revamped course includes media-rich video and auditory examples. Seminar attendees are eligible to receive FAA Basic WINGS credit, an HAI Rotor Safety Challenge (RSC) course participation token, and an RSC Certificate of Completion.
3:45 PM -
Location: Anaheim Convention Center
This course is free to anyone attending HAI HELI-EXPO