Aviation Regulation 1
TeachersKURAMASU, Kazuharu
Grade, SemesterYear 1 2nd semest [Department of Aerospace Engineering, Faculty of Science and Engineering]
CategoryBasic Major Subjects
Elective, CreditsElective Requisites 2credit
 Syllabus Number2E202

Course Description

Students will learn about safety and safe operation of aircraft, navigational aids, and flight operation on the basis of the Civil Aeronautical Law.

Course Objectives

The purpose of this course in aviation regulations is to ensure the safety of aircraft operations.
The Civil Aeronautical Law is a standard of conduct that is not only for pilots, but also for other personnel in the field of aviation. It is the most important thing to study the Civil Aeronautical Law to secure air safety.

Grading Policy

Your final grade will be calculated according to the following
:Final examination(80%)

Textbook and Reference

Textbook「航空法(Civil Aeronautical Law)」鳳文書林出版販売(Houbunshupanhanbai) (ISBN978-4-89279-545-9)


Please have apreparation of the assigned pages in notebooks(1 hour)
Review and organize the knowledge in notebooks(2 hour)


Quizzes will be held as needed


1Outline of Civil Aeronautical Law・Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 1)
2Purpose and definition :Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 2)
3Safety of aircraft :Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 3~11)
4Safety of aircraft :Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 12~16)
5Safety of aircraft :Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 17~21)
6Airman:Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 22~36)
7Definition of terms
8Midterm Review
9Air route,Airport :Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 37~56)
10Flight operation(1):Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 57~66)
11Flight operation(2):Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 67~78)
12Flight operation(3):Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 79~92)
13Flight operation(4):Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 93~99)
14Air Transport Services etc:Civil Aeronautical Law (Article 100~1012)
15Final examination & Review