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STUDENT GUIDE
VISUAL NAVIGATION
Insure correct level off altitude and pressure setting are set. Do not climb above
17500 feet until cleared by appropriate controlling agency.
LOW LEVEL EXIT CHECKLIST - "COMPLETE" (CP)
After completing the checklist, recheck navigation and make the appropriate radio
calls.
7.13. TURN POINT PROCEDURES
7.13.1. A primary grading item for VNAV flights is the general turn point procedures. Smooth,
concise completion of these calls is essential for good crew coordination.
7.13.1.1. 2 Minute prior call
7.13.1.1.1. Outbound heading ________
7.13.1.1.2. Airspeed ___________
7.13.1.1.3. Altitude ____________
7.13.1.1.4. Description of turn point/hazards.
7.13.1.2. Mark-on-Top call
7.13.1.2.1. Clear, Turn
7.13.1.2.2. Time is (minutes + seconds)
7.13.1.2.3. Set airspeed
7.13.1.2.4. Clear turn
7.13.1.3. Wings-level call
7.13.1.3.1. Heading is __________
7.13.1.3.2. Airspeed is __________
7.13.1.3.3. Altitude is ___________
7.13.1.3.4. Fuel is ________above/below MCF. ("Continue" or discuss)
7.13.1.3.5. Position analysis
7.13.1.3.6. Check crab
7.13.1.3.7. Check airspeed
7.13.1.4. Intermediate checkpoint commentary
7.13.1.4.1. In _________ seconds/minutes there is (brief description), (where) (L/R/on
course)
7.13.1.5. Hazard calls
7.13.1.5.1. In _________ seconds/minutes there is (brief description), (where) (L/R/on
course) (Include altitude for vertical obstructions.)
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