IFR Renewal 2013

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  1. PRIVILEGES AND LIMITATIONS OF RATING
    A COMMAND MULTI ENGINE GRADE INSTRUMENT RATING AUTHORISES THE HOLDER OF THE RATING TO FLY AS PIC OR CO-PILOT UNDER THE IFR
  2. IFR RECENCY REQUIREMENTS
    • YOU MAY NOT FLY IFR UNLESS WITHIN 90 DAYS YOU COMPLETE 3 HOURS IF TIME, MIN 1 HOUR IN AIRCRAFT OR 1 HOUR  SIM
    • 1 HOUR DUAL INSTRUCTION
    • 1 HOUR ICUS
    • FLIGHT TEST
  3. APPROACH RECENCY
    • 90 DAYS DME.GPS,NDB,VOR, RNAV
    • 35 DAYS ILS LLZ
    • RNAV 6 MONTHS USES GPS UNIT IN AIRCRAFT
  4. AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT EQUIPMENT NEEDED FOR RPT, BELOW 5700
    • SIX PACK+EXTRA AI+ ALT+ C.O.S.T.P.A.A.A
    • COMPASS
    • OAT
    • SUCTION
    • TIME PIECE
    • PITOT HEAT
    • ASSIGN ALTITUDE INDICATOR
    • ALTERNATE AIR SOURCE
    • AUTO PILOT
  5. UNDERSTANDING APPLICATION OF TAKE OFF MINIMA
    • CEILING 300FT
    • VISIBILITY 2000M
    • (HOWEVER YOU SOULD CONSIDER MIN APPROACH MDA ETC TO GET BACK INTO AIRPORT?!?)
  6. DETERMINING ALTERNATE/HOLDING REQUIREMENTS
    ALTERNATES COULD VERY WELL PROVE LIFE SAVER
  7. ALTERNATE MINIMA
    • AERODROMES WITH IAP (PUBLISHED ON CHART) IF FORECAST IS UNAVAILABLE OS PROVISIONAL YOU MUST MAKE SUITABLE ALTERNATE!
    • AERODROMES WITHOUT IAP ALT MIN LSATT PLUSS 500FT AND 8KM VIS
  8. AIDS
    • 2 AIDS ON GROUND-1 OF EACH EQUIP IN AC
    • 1 AID ON GROUND-2 OF SAME EQUIP IN AC
    • NO AIDS ON GROUND- FORECAST NO MORE THAN SCT BELOW LSALT+500 8KM VIS
    • GPS TSO-C129-129A A GROUND BASE AID NEED TO BE AVAILABLE 
    • TSO 149 DOES NOT REQ ALTERNATE
  9. CLOUDS
    • FORECAST CLOUDS MORE THAN SCT BELOW ALT MIN.
    • FEW+FEW=SCT
    • FEW+SCT=BKN
  10. VISIBILITY
    • VISIBILITY GREATER THAN ALT MIN
    • PROB OF FOG, MIST, DUST BELOW ALT MIN
  11. WIND
    X WIND OR DOWN WIND GREATER THAN AC MAXIMUM
  12. PROVISIONAL
    • IF FORECAST THEN IT REQ ALT AS NO FIRM FORECAST
    • ALL WEATHER HAS 30 MIN BUFFER APART FORM TTF AND ARFOR
  13. LIGHTING
    • UNLESS RESPONSIBLE PERSON IS ON GROUND TO TURN ON OR SET UP PORTABLE LIGHTS, AN ALT IS REQ.
    • ALT DOES NOT NEED RESPONSIBLE AS LONG AS AC HAS 2X VFH OR 1XVHF 1XHF AND 30 MIN HOLDING
    • LIGHTS MUST BE TURNED ON 30MIN PRIOR TO ETA TILL COMPLETION OF TAXI
    • 10 MIN PRIOR ETD UNTIL 30 MIN AFTER DEPT
    • PARTIAL RUNWAY LIGHT FAILURE EDGE LIGHT 60M-120M VIS NEEDS TO BE MULTI BY 1.5
  14. STORMS
    THUNDER STORMS OR ASSOCIATED SEVERE TURBULENCE, HOLDING IS REQ 30 INTER 60 TEMPO
  15. CLASS A AIRSPACE
    • IFR ONLY 
    • ATC PROVIDES SEPARATION
    • CONTINUOUS 2 WAY COMS
    • ATC CLEARANCE IS REQ
  16. CLASS C AIRSPACE
    • IFR AND VFR
    • IFR FROM IFR,VFR,SPECIAL VFR SEPARATION
    • 250KT BELOW 10,000FT
    • CONTINUOUS 2 WAY COMS
    • ATC CLEARANCE IS REQ
  17. CLASS D AIRSPACE
    • IFR AND VFR
    • IFR FROM IFR AND SPECIAL VFR
    • 200KT AT OR BELOW 2500FT AAL WITHIN 4NM 250KTS IN CLASS D
    • CONTINUOUS 2 WAY COMS 
    • ATC CLEARANCE IS REQ
  18. CLASS E AIRSPACE
    • IFR AND VFR
    • IFR-IFR TRAFIC INFO ON VFR AS FAR AS IS PRACTICAL
    • 250KT BELOW 10000FT
    • CONTINUOUS 2 WAY COMS
    • ATC CLEARANCE IS REQ FOR IFR TRAFIC
  19. CLASS G AIRSPACE
    • IFR AND VFR
    • NO SEPARATION (FLIGHT INFOMATION SERVICE FIS)
    • 250KT BELOW 10000
    • CONTINUOUS 2 WAY COMS
    • ATC NOT REQ
  20. FINAL APPROACH FIX (FAF)
    • THE FIX FROM WHICH THE FINAL APPOACH IS EXECUTED. 
    • ON JEPPS ITS INDICATED BY A MALTESE CROSS FOR NON-PRECISION
    • THE GLIDE/SLOPE FOR PRECISION
  21. AIRCRAFT MAY ENTER STRAIGHT INTO THE APPROACH IF..
    • DOING A REVERSAL PROCEDURE
    • ENTERING OF A DME ARC
    • THE ENROUTE TRACK WITHIN 30 DEGREE
    • IN CONTROLLED AIRSPACE AND CLEARED
    • WITHIN CAPTURE REGION FOR GPS
  22. SID
    • DO NOT ACCOUNT FOR ENGINE FAILURES
    • TO BE FOLLOWED UNTIL LSALT
    • NO COMPENSATION FOR WIND
    • IN VMC BY DAY, VISUAL DEPT CAN BE REQUESTED OR ISSUED BY ATC
    • IN DEPT REPORT SID IDENTIFIER MUST BE INCLUDED
    • NORMAL FLIGHT PARAMETER=15 AOB AND MAX SPEED 290KT
  23. DME/GPS ARRIVALS
    • DESCENT NOT PERMITTED UNTILL WITHIN APPROPRIATE SECTOR ON SPECIFIC TRACK
    • CAN MANOEUVRE WITHIN SECTOR AT OR ABOVE SEGMENT MSA
    • MANOEUVRING NOT PERMITTED AFTER PASSING THE FAF
    • CLEAR DME/GPS ARRIVAL. CLEARS YOU TO FINAL APPROACH AND TO DESEND TO MDA
  24. STAR
    • PILOTS MUST READ BACK STAR IDENT,TRANSITION,RUNWAY,ALTITUDE AND TERMINATION PROCEDURE
    • SPEED 250KT BELOW 10000
  25. AIRCRAFT PERFORMANCE CAT
    • A
    • INTIAL APPROACH 90-150
    • FINAL APPROACH 70-100
    • MAX IAS CIRCLING  100
    • CIRCLING 1.68MN

    • B
    • INITIAL APPROACH  120-180
    • FINAL APPROACH  85-130
    • MAX IAS CIRCLING  135
    • CIRCLING 2.66NM
  26. ILS
    • FALSE COURSE MAY OCCUR OUTSIDE 35 DEGREES EITHER SIDE OF LOC
    • LOCATOR FAILURE-MUST JOIN ILS OUTSIDE OM
    • GLIDE PATH FAILURE. LOC PROCEDURE ONLY AVAILABLE
    • MARKER BEACON FAILURE-ILS MAY BE USED JUST CHECK ALT AND DIST ON CHART
    • IF UNEXPLAINED DISCREPANCY IN ALT CHECK DISCONTINUE APPROACH
    • SHOULD MAINTAIN 1/2 SCALE OF GS AND LOC
    • COMENCE MA AFTER FAP IF LOC AND GS SHOW FULL SCALE DEFLECTION
  27. NON-PRECISION APPROACHES
    • CAN ENTER DIRECTLY WITHIN 30 OF INITIAL TRACK
    • MUST BE ESTABLISHED ON INBOUND TRACK BEFORE DESENT
    • ESTABLISHED= -/+5 DEGREE 2MN DME
  28. SOURCE OF QNH
    • APPROVED SOURCE. ATIS, AWIS,ATC
    • ACTUAL AERODOME QNH VALID 15 MIN
    • METAR QNH DOEST SATISFY ACTUAL
  29. POSITION FIXING
    • PASSAGE OVER NDB VOR DME, APPROVED GPS
    • INTERSECTION OF 2 OR MORE POSITIONING LINES WHICH INTERSECT WITH NOT LESS THAN 40 DEGREES
    • THE POSITION LINES MUST BE WITHIN TWO RATED COVERAGE OF AID, 2 NDB 30MN OF EACT NDB
  30. DESENT BELOW LSALT
    DONT VENTURE IN TOO CLOSE

    • DME/GPS ARRIVALS
    • VECTORS
    • INSTRUMENT APPROACH
    • THIRTY NM DAY, CLEAR OF CLOUD, 5 KM VIS AND IN SIGHT OF GROUND
    • CIRCLING AREA AT NIGHT. 5NM ON PAPI/TVASIS, 7NM PAPI/TVASIS RUNWAY ILS EQUIP AND 10NM ON ILS

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