Traffic Collision and Avoiding System (TCAS)

General Subjects

1 module

39 minutes

The Traffic Collision Avoidance System (TCAS) was designed to work independently from ATC, which monitors airspace around aircraft to avoid mid-air collisions should anything be overlooked. Scandlearn created a TCAS-specific course using real traffic events.

The objective of this course is to raise candidates’ awareness of the value of traffic avoidance technologies required in modern commercial aircraft. Its fundamentals, usage, system limitations, as well as phraseology between pilots and ATC controllers, are addressed.


  • History

  • Limitations

  • System components, operation and limitations

  • Real traffic events

  • Phraseology

Regulatory Compliance

Our course closely follows the EASA regulations but is also suitable for operators complying with other standards globally.

Designed For
Flight Crew

Course Content


TCAS II Version 7.0 and 7.1

29 minutes
48 parts
22 questions
Certification Test

Traffic Collision and Avoiding System (TCAS)

10 minutes
20 questions
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