at break altitude (see local SOP).
airspeed in accordance with local SOP.
When at the initial point, make the appropriate radio call.
Fly from the initial point towards the runway maintaining altitude and airspeed,
visually locate pattern traffic and obtain wind information.
Not selecting the appropriate outlying field channel.
Not positioning the aircraft for the correct runway.
Incorrect voice report.
Not properly established at initial point.
Not establishing the proper break interval.
Continuing inbound for the break without two-way communications with the RDO.
Description. The outlying field break is a series of procedures to transition the aircraft
from fast cruise configuration to the downwind configuration and position the aircraft on the
downwind leg. (Figure 7-1).
General. The following procedures will prepare the aircraft for landing at a field.
Establish the proper interval. Consult your local course rules for proper intervals for
other types of aircraft.
With interval, execute the break in accordance with local SOP.
Roll into a 30º AOB (TW-5)/45º AOB (TW-4) turn and maintain altitude.
Reduce power to 300 ft-lbs. torque.
Verbally confirm airspeed below 150 KIAS on ICS prior to the pilot at the controls
lowering the landing gear.
7-4 LANDING PROCEDURES