Aircraft Performance

Pilot Aircraft Regulations Training and Certification Workshop

Our pilot aircraft performance class offers you an advanced course of study focused on:

  • Aircraft pilot certification regulations (FAR Part 25) training
  • Airline pilot operating regulations (FAR Part 121/135) training

Course delivery can be tailored for your airline needs, with an emphasis on applications concerning takeoff performance, ETOPS, terrain drift down, etc.

To learn more, download the Aircraft Performance printer friendly document.

As an aircraft performance course student, you will gain an understanding of:

  • Field Length Requirements
  • Climb limitations
  • obstacle limitations
  • brake energy limitations
  • tire speed limitations
  • quick turnaround limitations
  • Improved climb/overspeed takeoffs
  • V1 Implications
  • Derate and Assumed Temperature takeoffs
  • Wet and contaminated field takeoff performance
  • Part 25 Certification regulations
  • Part 121 Operating regulations
  • Flight Planning and Performance Manual / FPPM
  • Impact of MEL and CDL on performance
  • Landing field length limits and approach and landing climb limits
  • MAP Climb gradients required in low visibility approaches
  • Environmental and configuration effects on performance
  • Terrain drift down
  • Military/FAR/JAR differences
  • Aircraft performance versus TERPS and PANS OPS procedure design
  • OpsData


U.S. Classes

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

2. Complete online registration for at

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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