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AVP 401 - Multiengine Flight Laboratory


Description:
Operation of multiengine aircraft systems. Perform normal and emergency procedures to FAA practical test standards for Commercial AMEL certificate. Department permission.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisite: AVP 352.

Credits: (1)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activity (optional)

Assessment

Demonstrate proper multiengine preflight procedures

 

Perform multiengine preflight according to the Pilot Operating Handbook and the Standard Operating Procedures

Control multi engine aircraft in straight and level flight, constant altitude change of airspeed, constant airspeed climbs and descents, and turns to heading while in the traffic pattern

 

Perform straight-and-level , constant airspeed climbs and descents, and standard-rate turns full panel while maintaining altitude +/-100 feet, heading +/- 10º, airspeed +/- 15 knots while maintaining vigilance for other aircraft

Demonstrate flight at critically slow airspeed, power on and power off stalls

 

Perform slow flight while maintaining altitude +/-100 feet, heading +/- 10º, airspeed +   10/- 0 knots; Perform correct stall recovery techniques using positive control techniques with a minimum loss of altitude

Demonstrate steep turns

 

Perform steep power turns in both directions, while maintaining altitude +/-100 feet, roll out heading +/- 10º, airspeed +/- 10 knots

Demonstrate proper procedures for emergency descent and systems and equipment malfunctions

 

Respond to simulated emergencies in accordance with the Pilot Operating Handbook

Explain high altitude operations

 

Answer questions regarding supplemental oxygen and pressurization systems

Demonstrate proper procedures for normal, Crosswind, and Short field takeoffs and landings

 

Perform normal, crosswind, and short field takeoffs and landings in accordance with the Pilot’s Operating Handbook

Demonstrate engine out procedures

 

Properly respond to simulated engine failures in various stages of flight in accordance with the Pilot’s Operating Handbook

Demonstrate proper recovery from simulated loss of directional control (VMC demonstration)

 

Properly respond to simulated loss of directional control demonstration in accordance with the Pilot’s Operating Handbook

Demonstrate proper holding techniques

 

Perform VOR and GPS holds, utilizing proper entry procedures, in accordance with FARs and the AIM

Demonstrate proper instrument procedures while operating twin engine and single engine

 

Perform a variety of approaches, including VOR, GPS, ILS, and missed approach, single engine and twin engine, in accordance with the FAA’s Practical Test Standards

Demonstrate proper procedures for flight planning enroute navigation and DME arcs

 

 

Submit a cross country flight plan and perform various enroute procedures in accordance with the FAA’s Practical Test Standards





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