11 Apr 06
AIRWAYS NAVIGATION AND NIGHT FAMILIARIZATION
1. Airways Navigation Stage. Enable the student to navigate a
jet aircraft from takeoff to landing via airways and in terminal
traffic control regulations. It is highly recommended that AN
flights be conducted outside the local flying areas to the
maximum extent possible. AN-13X is a standard instrument check
Includes: Emergency Procedures simulator (EP-06S), Instrument
Rating Flight Procedures (IRFP-01 through IRFP-04X), and Airways
Navigation simulators and flights (AN-01S through AN-13X).
NOTE 1: Two out-and-in flights (outside the local area) are
required in the AN syllabus prior to AN-13X. (A cross-
country with at least four legs may be substituted for
NOTE 2: Jacket review and successful completion of instrument
examinations (IRFP-03X and IRFP-04X) are required prior
to AN-13X. IRFP-03X is a paper/pencil open-book test
and IRFP-04X is a CAI examination.
2. Night Familiarization Stage. Develop the student's night
flying ability with emphasis on the instrument aspects of night
flying and night landing technique.
Includes: Emergency Procedures simulator (EP-07S), Night
Familiarization Flight Procedures (NFAMFP-01 through NFAMFP-03X),
and Night Familiarization simulator and flights (NFAM-01S through
NOTE 1: A day or night front seat landing within the previous
two days is a prerequisite for night solo flight.
NOTE 2: All night flights shall take off no earlier than
30 minutes after official sunset.
NOTE 3: Night solo flights require an operating radar altimeter.
NOTE 4: Jacket review required prior to check flight.