• Fuel System • Electrical System • Fadec System (if equipped) • Fire Suppression System • Hydraulics • Transmission • Main & Tail Rotor • Limitations • Weight & Balance • Performance
Objective: In-flight review of normal, emergency & non-standard procedures
Flight # 1
1.2 Hours approx.
• Start • Hover • Air Taxiing • Normal Take-off • Traffic Patterns • Normal Approach • Simulated Maximum Performance Take-off • Steep Approach • Hovering Autorotation Practice (if aircraft approved) • Hydraulic System Failure Procedures • Single Engine Failure Procedures • Engine Fire Procedures • FADEC / Governor Failure Procedures
Flight # 2
1.3 Hours approx.
• Flight #1 Review Procedures • Straight-in Autorotation with Termination with Power to Hover • 180° Autorotation with Termination with Power to Hover • Stuck Pedal Procedures (optional)
The pilot should be able to operate the helicopter in all normal maneuvers to the standards required by the FAA for his/her pilot rating. The pilot should also be able to recognize system failures and execute proper procedures according to the Aircraft Flight Manual for landing the aircraft in a safe manner without assistance.
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