2T6Vol3.txt

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  1. Taxi interval – staggered
    75 feet
  2. Taxi interval – in trail
    150 feet
  3. Taxi interval – ice/snow
    300 feet
  4. When normal recovery fuel counts
    On initial or at the final approach fix for the base of intended landing
  5. Spacing on takeoff
    Preceding aircraft must be airborne or have minimum separation of 3,000 feet
  6. At perch with straight-in within 2 miles do not:
    Begin final turn without straight-in in sight and able to maintain 3,000 feet spacing
  7. When to initiate after landing checklist
    When clear of runway and at safe taxi speed
  8. Solo student crosswind limit
    15 knots
  9. Flap setting for crosswind over 10 knots
    TO or UP
  10. When LDG flaps must be used
    • Full-stop landings when landing distance is greater than 80% of the field length
    • If crosswinds don’t support LDG flaps select an alternate runway
  11. Restricted low approach altitude
    500 AGL
  12. Recovery from OCF over clouds
    • Ensure at least 7,000 feet of airspace from entry down to clouds
    • Plan to complete recovery 3,000 feet above clouds
  13. ELP weather minimums
    500 feet below clouds and 3 miles visibility for tower-controlled pattern
  14. Minimum altitude for aerobatics, unusual attitudes, abnormal flight recovery, stalls and alow flight
    6,000 AGL
  15. Minimum en route altitude for solo student
    5,000 AGL
  16. Minimum altitude to complete slips
    300 AGL
  17. Dual only maneuvers
    • Stalls
    • Stability demonstrations
    • Nose-high, nose-low, inverted, and OCF recoveries
    • NTA operations
    • ELPs or other sim engine-out
    • No-flap pattern/landing
    • Straight-in approach
    • Slow-flight
    • Rolling takeoff
    • Low-closed pattern
    • AOA pattern
  18. Extended daylight
    15 min before sunrise to 15 min after sunset
  19. Restriction for zero torque ELP
    May only be flown to low approach, no lower than 200 AGL
  20. High wind sortie restriction
    Local flights not permitted when steady state surface winds exceed 35 knots
  21. Index of Thermal Stress (ITS) Caution
    • Must wear thermal pants
    • Either winter-weight jacket or summer-weight jacket with thermal undershirt
  22. Only approved method for removing frost from canopy
    Heat
  23. Thread condition required for local flight
    • Nose gear – no threads showing
    • Main gear – no red threads showing
  24. Procedures after accepting spare aircraft from maintenance
    • Call Texan Ops with spare tail number
    • Request chock time extension if necessary
  25. Visual signal to crew chief for ready to taxi
    Taxi and landing light on
  26. When to perform brake check
    When wingtips are clear of shelter support pillars
  27. What to do when you see an emergency vehicle on taxiway with flashing red light
    Stop taxiing unless authorized by tower to continue
  28. Taxi speed limit – parking rows
    10 knots
  29. Taxi speed limit – ENJJPT ramp
    15 knots
  30. Taxi speed limit – taxiway
    25 knots
  31. Taxi procedures for RWY 15L
    • Taxi via Taxiway H and Taxiway K
    • Taxi past 15L and 15C as directed by ground controller
    • Change frequencies to Cooter when past RWY 15C
  32. If directed to “prepare for departure” while in the EOR
    Taxi to number one position and don’t call again
  33. Taxi procedures after landing RWY 15L
    • Contact ground to cross RWY 15C
    • Listen on Tinder to cross RWY 15R
  34. Taxi procedures for RWY 33R
    • Taxi via Taxiway D and Taxiway G
    • Monitor Tinder to cross RWY 33L
    • Request to cross RWY 33C from Ground
    • Change frequencies to Cooter when past RWY 33C
  35. Taxi procedures after landing RWY 33R
    Monitor Ground and taxi via Taxiway K
  36. Solo student minimum recovery fuel
    300 lbs
  37. Minimum weather for VFR at uncontrolled airfield
    • 3,500 AGL ceiling
    • 5 NM vis
  38. Maximum aircraft in pattern at Sheppard
    10
  39. Maximum aircraft in pattern at Hacker
    8
  40. Pattern only solo weather minimums
    • 2,500 feet
    • 5 miles
  41. Hacker only solo weather minimums
    • 5,300 feet (6500 MSL)
    • 5 miles
  42. Restricted pattern
    • Ceiling 1,900 up to but not including 2,500 feet
    • 3 miles visibility
    • No solos
    • 8 aircraft max in pattern
  43. Runway change considerations
    • Listen for announcement on guard frequency
    • Full stop on old runway if:
    • Solo
    • Less than 400 lbs fuel
    • If on RTB recover to old runway
    • Cooter directs runway change procedure
    • Climb to 3,000 MSL
    • Carry straight through initial
    • On outside downwind before 90 to initial, turn outside, descend and reenter at 2000 MSL
    • Radio call when reentry established
  44. Squawk code in Sheppard VFR pattern
    0377
  45. Departure contact points
    • RWY 15L – south of firing range
    • RWY 33R – north of power lines
  46. “Cleared direct, intermediate level off”
    Clearance to climb/descend immediately to an altitude within vertical limits of area then proceed directly to within the lateral boundary of area
  47. Low altitude area block
    8,500 MSL to 13,500 MSL
  48. High altitude area block
    • 15,500 MSL to 22,000 MSL
    • Except area 13 (20,000 MSL)
  49. High area ceilings with altimeter less than 29.92
    • 21,000 MSL
    • (19,000 MSL for area 13)
  50. When to cancel IFR clearance with Approach on recovery
    Within 5 miles of the radar drop-off point or VFR entry point
  51. Traffic pattern priorities
    • Emergency
    • Low-closed
    • Minimum-fuel
    • Formation
    • Single-ship radar entry
    • Established in pattern
    • Re-entry from breakout or abandon approach
    • VFR entry
  52. Do not break if:
    • Straight-in between 5 and 2 miles
    • Aircraft between “report high key” and “low key”
    • Aircraft orbiting high key
    • Directed to carry straight through
    • Unable to maintain spacing with A/C on high, closed, or low-closed downwind
  53. When Cooter instructs “standby”
    • Maintain runway heading until 1NM past departure end
    • Initiate a turn to crosswind unless cleared closed
  54. Do not pull closed if:
    • Straight-in between 5 and 2 miles
    • Aircraft between “report high key” and “low key”
    • Aircraft orbiting high key
    • Aircraft on initial that has not begun break
    • When previous traffic on closed downwind is a conflict and your A/C is not abeam/past the RSU
  55. Restricted low approach for center runway
    Do not descent below 600 AGL (1600 MSL)
  56. Breakout altitude
    Climb to 3000 MSL
  57. Straight in may be requested from
    • Radar drop-off point
    • Outside downwind (unless restricted pattern)
  58. Straight-in: when directed to “call 5 miles”
    • 200 KIAS
    • Descend to 1,500 MSL
  59. Restricted pattern: contacting RAPCON
    • Squawk 42XX and request vector to radar drop-off point
    • If denied straight-in
    • If denied crosswind entry from center runway
    • If breaking out
  60. Do not request high key if:
    • Straight-in between 5 and 2 miles
    • Aircraft orbiting high key
    • Aircraft in the chase pattern
  61. High key orbit
    • 120-140 KIAS
    • 30 degrees bank
    • 360 degree level turn away from center runway
  62. High key breakout
    • Descend to 3,000 MSL
    • Turn east and follow normal breakout procedures
  63. Do not request low key from closed if:
    • Traffic between initial and break
    • Straight-in between 5 and 2 miles
    • Aircraft between “report high key” and “low key”
  64. Hacker dual weather minimums
    • 2600 ceiling
    • 3 miles visibility
  65. Hacker solo weather minimums
    • 5300 ceiling
    • 5 miles visibility
  66. Hacker pattern entry priorities
    • Emergency
    • Low-closed
    • Formation
    • Radar entry from Ranch
    • Re-entry from breakout
    • VFR entry
    • Established in pattern
  67. Squawk for Hacker
    4000
  68. Report points for Hacker pattern
    • Ranch
    • North/South point
    • 4 mile initial
    • 2 mile initial
  69. Final turn/straight-in conflict
    Straight-in yields to final turn traffic
  70. Hacker departure to areas
    • Turn crosswind
    • Advise Hacker
    • Cross Hollister at or above 3,300 MSL
    • Squawk 42XX
    • Request area on Sheppard Approach
    • Remain at or below 7,500 MSL until receiving vectors (hemispherica altitudes)
  71. Hacker departure to Sheppard
    • Turn crosswind
    • Advise Hacker
    • Cross Hollister between 3,300 MSL and 5,500 MSL
    • Squawk 42XX
    • Request pattern entry/recovery on Sheppard Arrival with ATIS

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