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AVP 445 - Turboprop FTD, King Air 200


Description:
Introduction and familiarization of turbine-powered aircraft operations in a simulated flight environment, including Crew Resource Management (CRM), Electronic Flight Information Systems (EFIS), Flight Director (FD), and Autopilot (AP) operations. Department permission.

Prerequisites:
Prerequisites: AVP 422 and AVP 444.

Credits: (2)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activity (optional)

Assessment

Upon successful completion of this course the student will be able to:

 

 

The student will:

 

Demonstrate proper interpretation of turboprop instrumentation and operational limitations.

 

Exercise appropriate power and control changes to accomplish prescribed flight tasks within the limitations prescribed by the Flight Standards Manual (FSM).

Perform standard instrument departures, enroute, holding, arrival and approach procedures.

 

Accomplish departures, holds, arrival and approach procedures within the limitations prescribed by the FARs, FSM and the FAA Instrument Pilot Flight Test Guide.

Perform simulated emergency and abnormal procedures.

 

Accomplish the emergency and abnormal procedures as prescribed by the FSM while simultaneously maintaining the appropriate flight attitude and track by reference to flight and navigation instruments, within the limitations prescribed by the FAA Instrument Pilot Flight Test Guide and FARs.

Demonstrate effective Crew Resource Management (CRM) procedures.

 

A.  While acting as First Officer, properly set navigation and communication radios, make appropriate call outs, accomplish checklist procedures, and assist Captain as required.

B.  While acting as Captain, verify correct navigation and communication radio setup, perform checklist procedures as directed by First Officer, and demonstrate proper decision-making.

Demonstrate appropriate ATC normal and lost communication procedures.

 

Initiate communications with and respond to directives from ATC in a manner prescribed by the FAA.





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