Ops Specs

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Ops Specs
2014-02-09 14:13:02
Ops Specs

Ops Specs
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  1. What is our aircraft authorization?
    CE550 and CE560 On Demand Pax and Cargo day and night IFR and VFR with an MEL
  2. Who are our Directors?
    • Baker is Director of Operations
    • Bob is Director of Maintenance
    • Wes is Chief Pilot and Agent for Service
  3. What is Operational Control?
    The exercise of authority over initiating, conducting, and terminating a flight.
  4. Who has Operational Control?
    Baker, as Director of Operations
  5. Who has Operational Control if the DO is unavailable?
    Wes, as Chief Pilot
  6. When must Operations be notified immediately?
    Any delays greater than 15 minutes, or any unscheduled landing due to weather or mechanical irregularities
  7. What charts are we authorized to use?
    NOS or Jepp
  8. Who must ensure that we have appropriate charts for each flight?
  9. What charts may we use in Canada, in addition to NOS or Jepp?
    NAV Canada
  10. What weather reporting facilities are we authorized to use?
    • National Weather Service
    • NATO
    • World Meteorological Organization
    • Stuff authorized by ICAO
  11. Can we use a carry-on baggage program?
    Yes.  Just means you can measure and stow baggage inside the cabin.
  12. Who must maintain our Electronic Record Keeping System?
    DO (Baker)
  13. What electronic manuals may we keep on board the airplane?
    • GOM
    • Ops Specs
    • MEL
    • Load Manifests
    • RVSM
  14. What Training Centers can we use?
    SIMCOM Orlando only.
  15. What is the pre-takeoff contamination check?
    Wings, control surfaces, engine inlet, and other critical surfaces are free of frost and snow
  16. Can you take off after the expiration of Deicing Holdover Times?
    Yes, by doing a pre takeoff contamination check.  Done from cockpit.  Look at left wing and whatever portion of the nose you can see.

    FO looks at the right wing.
  17. What time and ratings does the crew need for Eligible On Demand Operations?
    • PIC 1500 hours and ATP/Type
    • SIC 500 hours and Commercial Multi Instrument

    Either PIC or SIC must have 75 hours as PIC or SIC in type

    • If FO has less than 100 hours in type, I do all takeoffs and landings when:
    • -less than 3/4 mile
    • -less than 4000 foot runway
    • -runway contamination
    • -braking action less than good
    • -more than 15 knot crosswind
    • -windshear
  18. Can you begin an instrument approach to an airport that does not have weather reporting?
    Yes if the alternate has weather reporting, and the approach plate lists a procedure for altimeter
  19. What can we use for an electronic flight bag?
    Apple IPad or HP Mini
  20. Must we use actual weights for PAX and bags?
    Yes.  This can be "solicited" plus 10 lbs
  21. What type of enroute operations can we conduct?
    • Class I
    • Vectors
    • Off-Airway in svc volume of a NAV
    • Class II
  22. What RNAV equipment can we use?
    • Garmin
    • Universal
    • Honeywell
  23. Where can we fly?
    • CONUS and Alaska
    • North and South America
    • Central America
    • WATRS area
    • Canada (except Canadian MNPS Airspace)
    • Caribbean, including Cuban overflight
    • Gulf of Mexico
  24. How many meters is 1/2 mile visibility?
  25. What approach can't we do?
    Loc Back Course
  26. What are our reduced CAT I Landing Minima?
    200 feet and 1800 RVR
  27. What are the alternate weather mins?
    • 1 NAV add 400 feet and a mile
    • 2 NAVs add 200 feet and 1/2 mile
  28. What are our takeoff minimums?
    Standard is 1 mile, but we can use the lowest published straight in approach minimums
  29. What RNP performance can we do?
    RNP 1
  30. Can we do a contact approach?
    Only if the PIC has been through an approved training program
  31. Can we take off VFR?
    Yes.  Basic VFR weather minimums.