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Beechcraft King Air

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Beechcraft King Air

    Beechcraft King Air

    200/B200

Flight Training Syllabus

    Indiana State University

    Terre Haute, IN

    October 2001

Flight Lesson 1 0.7 Preflight

    Frasca 142-Multi 2.0 Flight

     0.3 Debrief

     3.0 Total

    Lesson Objective:

    Instructor becomes familiar with crew member:

    A. Knowledge of aircraft instruments and systems, instrument scan,

    communication skills, task management, cockpit organization, radio

    communications, checklist usage, Jeppesen approach and en route charts,

    multi engine systems and procedures, FAR’s and IFR procedures.

    B. Instrument flying skills to include: level flight; turns, climbs, descents;

    navigation, holding patterns, precision and non-precision approaches; missed

    approach procedures; partial panel instruments, and emergencies. C. Instructor will determine who has the best “captain” skills and who has the

    best “FO” skills, thus determining who will occupy the appropriate seats in

    the King Air FTD for lesson number 2.

Preflight Discussion:

    A. Instructor will go through and discuss this lesson and his/her goals. B. Instructor will verify each individuals general knowledge of:

     Aircraft instruments and systems.

     IFR procedures.

     Checklist.

     Cockpit organization and flow pattern.

     FAA regulations.

     Jeppesen approach and en route charts.

Flight Skills:

    Instructor evaluates each individuals skill at flying and controlling a multi engine aircraft:

    A. Takeoff and landing.

    B. Basic attitude instrument flying.

    C. Straight and level; and turns, climbs, and descents.

    D. Navigation using VOR, ADF, DME, and HSI.

    E. Holding patterns.

    F. Precision and non-precision approaches.

    G. Radar vectoring.

    H. Engine-out and emergencies.

Debrief:

    Instructor evaluates each student:

    A. Strengths and weaknesses.

    B. How he/she feels they will best work together in a “crew environment”.

    C. Who he/she feels will be flying in the left seat and who will be flying in the

    right seat.

    D. What each/both students need to work on before their first session in the King

    Air FTD.

     One or both students may need another session in the Frasca 142.

    Instructor will supervise followup sessions in the Frasca 142 with

    appropriate Simulator Lab instructor.

Homework:

    Review the following

    A. King Air Manual - Chapter 1, pages 1-1 to 1-24

    B. King Air Manual - Limitations, pages LIM-1 to LIM-24

    C. King Air Manual - Cockpit Schematic

    D. King Air Supplement - Preflight Inspection, pages 3A-1 to 3A-10

Completion Standards:

    The instructor has determined each crew members strengths and weaknesses and any areas needing improving on prior to the next lesson. Evaluation will be based on the instructors confidence level with each crew member based on the lesson objectives, preflight briefing, and flight skills as outlined under the “Flight Skills” heading. One or both crew members may need additional flight and/or ground training, for which the instructor will identify and help arrange through the course instructor.

Flight Lesson 2 1.5 Preflight

    King Air B200 2.0 Flight

     0.5 Debrief

     4.0 Total

    Lesson Objective:

    King Air cockpit familiarization. Each crew member will be able to identify all instruments, switches, and controls in the King Air FTD. Schematics should be included in the explaining of each systems operation.

Preflight Discussion:

    A. Instructor will review any questions from the previous lesson. B. Instructor will go through and discuss this lesson and his/her goals. C. Instructor will evaluate each crew members general knowledge of:

     Cockpit layout.

     Electrical, fuel, pneumatic, and pressurization systems.

     Powerplant operations.

     Master warning system.

     Other systems as appropriate.

Flight Skills:

    Instructor listens and assist each crew member in identifying and explaining the different instrument, switchers, and controls in the King Air FTD. Each crew member should be able to discuss the basic operating principles of each system using

    the appropriate schematic.

    A. Captain will explain what each instrument, switch, and control is:

     Seats.

     Fuel control panel.

     Pilots left and right sub panels.

     Pilots instrument panel.

     Annunciator panel.

     Control pedestal.

     Emergency gear extension handle.

    B. FO will explain what each instrument, switch, and control is:

     FOs left and right sub panels.

     FOs instrument panel.

     Circuit breaker panel.

     Alternate static system panel.

     Overhead control panel.

     Oxygen control panel.

Debrief:

    Instructor:

    A. Evaluates crew members knowledge of the King Air cockpit.

B. Evaluates crew members knowledge of the King Air systems.

    C. Reviews important topics discussed during the session.

    Homework:

    Review the following

    A. King Air Manual - Appropriate chapters based on weaknesses identified by

    this lesson.

    B. King Air Manual - Section IV, Normal Procedures, pages 4-1 to 4-12 and

    4-18 to 4-29.

    C. King Air SOP - pages 1 to 6.

Completion Standards:

    The instructor feels confident with the ability of each crew member to identify and explain the cockpit environment and related aircraft systems in the King Air B200.

Flight Lesson 3 1.5 Preflight

    King Air B200 2.0 Flight

     0.5 Debrief

     4.0 Total

    Lesson Objective:

    Crew members startup and shut down the King Air and make an introductory flight. CRM and flow patterns will be discussed and used to help introduce “crew coordination”, but are not a requirement of this lesson.

Preflight Discussion:

    A. Instructor will review any questions from the previous lesson. B. Instructor will go through and discuss this lesson and his/her goals. C. Instructor will have crew members discuss the preflight, startup, and shut

    down procedures for the King Air.

     Checklist and appropriate schematics may be used to help explain the

    startup and shut down procedures.

     Instructor will assist in the explaining of the appropriate procedures, calls,

    crew member responsibilities, and instruments to watch and verify with.

Flight Skills:

    A. By using the appropriate checklist the crew will startup the King Air trainer.

     Crew will use the expanded procedures found in the back of the King Air

    manual, Section IV, pages 4-7 [Before Engine Starting] to 4-12 [Before

    Takeoff (Runup)]. Do not do the section [Engine Starting (External

    Power)].

     Additional expanded procedures may be referenced in the King Air manual,

    Section IV, pages 4-18 to 4-29

    B. By using the appropriate checklist the crew will shut down the King Air

    trainer.

     Crew will use the expanded procedures found in the back of the King Air

    manual, Section IV, page 4-17 [Shutdown and Securing] to 4-18 [Other

    Normal Procedures].

    C. Several startups and shut downs will be completed, as appropriate, so that the

    crew develops a good understanding of the procedures and limitations

    associated with the King Air.

    D. Upon successful completion of the startup and shut down procedures, the

    crew will take an introductory flight at the KHUF airport and vicinity.

     During takeoff, instructor will discuss the appropriate takeoff procedures

    (SOP calls and checklist usage), but crew utilization is not required at this

    point.

     During landing, instructor will discuss the appropriate landing procedures

    (SOP calls and checklist usage), but crew utilization is not required at this

    point.

     Instructor will determine the number of takeoffs and landings, associated

    flight maneuvers in the vicinity, and which crew member will be acting as

    PF/PNF.

    A. Instructor listens and assist each crew member in the appropriate calls,

    procedures, and responsibilities in the startup and shut down procedures.

     No emergency procedures will be introduced at this time, unless instructor

    feels appropriate for the situation/crew.

     Proper use of checklist, flow patterns, calls, crew member responsibilities,

    and procedures is essential.

     Instructor will have each crew member act as PF for takeoffs, landings,

    and basic maneuvering in the KHUF area.

    1. Standard takeoff SOPs and procedures is not required at this time.

Debrief:

    Instructor:

    A. Evaluates crew members knowledge and procedures during startup and shut

    down

    B. Reviews any incorrect startup and shut down procedures, calls, crew member

    responsibilities, and/or flow pattern procedures.

    C. Reviews important topics discussed during the session

Homework:

    Review the following

    A. King Air Manual - Section IV, Normal Procedures, pages 4-1 to 4-29 B. King Air Manual - General Flight Information, pages GEN-i to GEN-21

Completion Standards:

    The instructor feels confident with the ability of each crew member to accomplish their job in starting and shutting down the King Air under normal conditions.

Flight Lesson 4 1.5 Preflight

    King Air B200 2.0 Flight

     0.5 Debrief

     4.0 Total

    Lesson Objective:

    Crew members will complete a normal practice flight in the KHUF area.

Preflight Discussion:

    A. Instructor will review any questions from the previous lesson. B. Instructor will go through and discuss this lesson and his/her goals. C. Crew will briefly explain startup and shut down procedures from the previous

    lesson.

    D. Crew will discuss SOPs and checklist usage for a VFR flight in the local area.

     Obtaining clearance

     Taxi and takeoff

     Basic flight maneuvering (turns, climbs, descents, straight & level, traffic

    patterns, etc.)

     Landing clearance and landing.

    E. Instructor will discuss appropriate aircraft maneuvering, King Air manual

    “Flight Maneuvering and Profiles” pages GEN-1 to GEN-21 with the crew.

Flight Skills:

    Instructor listens and assist each crew member in the appropriate calls, procedures, and responsibilities in the startup, taxi, takeoff, maneuvering, landing, and shut down procedures.

    A. All appropriate SOPs, checklist items, crew coordination, and flow patterns

    will be used.

     No emergency procedures will be introduced, unless deemed necessary by

    the instructor.

    B. The startup checklist will be from the King Air manual, Section IV, pages 4-7

    [Before Engine Starting] to 4-18 [Other Normal Procedures].

     Items in the checklist marked with an “*” should be omitted, as they will be

    covered in the next lesson.

    C. Flight maneuvering will be completed in accordance with the King Air manual

    “Flight Maneuvering and Profiles” pages GEN-1 to GEN-18.

    D. Instructor will assign PF/PNF as appropriate to the flight.

     Each crew member will complete the appropriate calls and procedures

    based on their respective responsibility (PF or PNF).

     The captain (PIC) will always have the final say concerning decisions

    within the cockpit.

    E. Crew will shutdown the King Air by using the expanded procedures found in

    the back of the King Air manual, Section IV, page 4-17 [Shutdown and

    Securing] to 4-18 [Other Normal Procedures].

Debrief:

    Instructor:

    A. Evaluates crew members performance as Capt/FO and PF/PNF.

    B. Reviews any incorrect procedures, calls, crew member responsibilities, and/or

    flow pattern procedures.

    C. Review any difficulties with the complete phase of flight (startup, taxi, takeoff,

    maneuvering, and landing).

    D. Review any difficulties with radio communications and basic VFR/IFR

    procedures.

    E. Review any difficulties with airspeeds, power settings, flight profiles, or etc. F. Reviews important topics discussed during the session

Homework:

    Review the following

    A. King Air Manual - Section II, Limitations, pages 2-1 to 2-14. B. King Air Manual - Section III, Emergency Procedures, pages 3-1 to 3-10 and

    3A-1 to 3A-11.

    C. King Air Manual - Section IV, Normal Procedures, pages 4-1 to 4-29

Completion Standards:

    Crew members possess a good understanding of checklists, SOPs, and aircraft systems. They can work together as a crew and can both function as PF/PNF with little help from the instructor. The crew understands flow patterns, normal procedures, flight profiles and limitations, and other items appropriate to a safe flight in VFR/IFR conditions.

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