Instrument Takeoff, Climb, SIDs, and Arcing Procedures
UJPT, E2-C2, & IUT BIFP-01
Sg 1, fr 4
Sg 1, fr 2
INSTRUMENT TAKEOFF, CLIMB, SID, AND
Instrument takeoff procedures
Flying the SID
Aircraft is steering runway heading
With aircraft lined up on centerline and
of 360 degrees.
ignoring runway heading, pilot checks his
ADI and sees that it reads 356 degrees.
He steers 356 degrees during the takeoff
and maintains runway centerline.
- Actual runway heading is 356
degrees (runways are numbered
to nearest 10).
- There are 4 degrees of error in the HSI
(allowable error is 5 degrees).
Aircraft is steering 8 degrees off centerline
heading for takeoff.
RUNWAY VS. CENTERLINE HEADING
Instrument takeoff procedures 188.8.131.52
A. Perform the Instrument Checklist (In chocks and during taxi)
B. Perform the Takeoff Checklist
NOTE: When performing the ITO in the aircraft, you will be in the rear cockpit,
under the hood. Therefore, you will not be able to visually align the aircraft
with the runway. Additionally, some of the items on the takeoff checklist
cannot be accomplished from the rear cockpit. These items will have to be
challenge and reply with the instructor in the front cockpit.
C. Line up aircraft on centerline of runway and note heading displayed in the ADI
COMMON ERROR: Steering to the published runway heading instead of
centerline heading as displayed at the lineup. Reference the airport diagram in
FLIP Terminal to determine the published runway heading. (Runways are
numbered to the nearest 10 degrees.)