International Flight Planning for Dispatchers

International Flight Operations Training Course

As the counterpart to our International Flight Operations course for pilots, International Flight Planning students will learn the fundamentals of:

  • International flight operations
  • Track systems and CNS/ATM 
  • Oceanic and polar flight planning 
  • International aviation law and regulations 
  • ICAO flight plan training  

Upon completion of the course, students will be familiar with the procedures and equipment necessary to operate in different types of airspace, as well as how to plan a successful flight through the application of advanced flight planning techniques. Review the course schedule for a complete list of available worldwide open enrollment training classes. 

To learn more, download the International Flight Planning for Dispatchers printer friendly document.

For pilot training, view the International Flight Operations for Pilots training course.


This course covers an array of international flight planning fundamentals, including:

  • Aviation planning concepts
  • General operating procedures
  • Contingency planning essentials

Graduates receive a comprehensive package of training and reference materials, including:

  • Charts, maps and navigational information
  • A Jeppesen graduation certificate

Additional core fundamentals of international flight planning include:

  • RVSM (Flight planning within RVSM airspace)
  • MNPS
  • NAT tracks, PACOTS tracks, FLEX tracks
  • North Atlantic Operations
  • European Operations
  • CFMU and Eurocontrol
  • Pacific Operations
  • South America Operations
  • Asia operations
  • Middle East Operations
  • Polar Operations
  • Fuel Conservation Strategies
  • ETOPS
  • Drift Down 

Course Title

Course Length

Tuition per Student

Initial Training (FOM-2)

2 Days

$675

Recurrent Training (IFP-2)

1 Day

$350

 

U.S.Classes

1. Read through the “Course Details” document in full and contact us with any questions. 

2. Complete online registration for at www.jeppesen.com/trainingregistration.

3. After receiving your registration Jeppesen will then issue you a visa invitation letter if required, and then contact you to arrange course payment.

4. Once a course payment has been received, Jeppesen will then ship you out a student kit (Jeppesen flight bag full of course notes, reference publications, test prep software/books, flight planning calculator, etc).  Jeppesen will then work with you via phone and e-mail support on preparation study.  *Preparation study is the top suggestion of past graduates for incoming students.  Do not make the mistake of waiting until class to begin your study, as you will not get the most from your training experience – regardless of your background.

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