Take Off Procedure

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mponz219
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279653
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Take Off Procedure
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2014-07-25 17:22:03
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  1. Take Off Briefing
    • 1. Runway you are taking off
    • 2. Runway length available
    • 3. Winds
    • 4. What kind of wind (cross wind)
  2. Before Take Off Check List
    • Lights - Landing light
    • Camera - ALT on the transponder
    • Action - Flaps set to Take off
    • Note - Note time of take off

    Verify - the check list is complete
  3. Take off roll
    • 1. cleared for Take off
    • 2. Advance throttle - Full (3 count)
    • 3. Rudder as needed
    • 4. Scan instruments - (Tach, oil temp press)
    • 5. Call out - 44 knots (Lighten the nose, let it fly)
    • 6. 52 knots - take off speed
    • 7.  Pitch for Vy - 66 knots
    • 8.  400ft AGL - Climb check list
    • 6.
  4. Climb Check list (memory item) 400ft AGL
    • 1. Throttle - Full
    • 2. Flaps - Cruise
    • 3. Airspeed - 70 knots (lower nose)
    • 4. Engine Gauges - check
  5. Closed Turn (The closed turn is initiated when the following items are completed)
    • 1. Beyond the departure end of the runway
    • 2. Climb checklist is completed
    • 3. Within 300 feet of the traffic pattern alt
    • 4.  Engine Gauges - check
  6. Cruise/Level off Check list (once leveling off)
    • 1. Throttle - as Required
    • 2. Flaps - Cruise
    • 3. Fuel Pump - Off
    • 4. Taxi and Landing Lights - Off
    • 5. Terrain/Obstacle Warning - enabled
    • 6. Engine Gauges - Check
    • 7. Mixture - Lean for Cruise
  7. Departure and Arrival
    • 1. Follow this to a critical tee.
    • 2. Check the route
    • 3. Visual aids, nav-aids
    • 4. area you are going to
    • 5. communication
    • 6. Any altitude components
    • 7. Have radios set up for the departure and then the practice area
  8. Training Areas
    • 1. Before Maneuvering Checklist
    • 2. Altitude: 7,000-8,000
    • 3. Zoom GPS map to : 5nm (technique)
    • 4. Landmarks: from map and google study 
    •  -identify obstacles
    • - hazards
    • - situational stuff
  9. Departing the Area (Fowler example)
    • Use appropriate Fowler arrival IFB Page: RWY 30
    • -Technique: SA 2+2
    • -Squawk

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