WHAT'S EXPECTED (NOT ALL INCLUSIVE)
Instructor will demo the briefing for the ANAV-18 hop. Student will brief the
ANAV-19 hop in its entirety, including all standards, with instructor's assistance as
Be available at Base Operations one half hour prior to brief time.
Have a completed (wind adjusted) flight log, DD-175, current charts and publications.
Although not required, route of flight may be lightly traced in pencil or outlined with
chart tape (understand that as you gain experience, it is expected you discontinue
Know all boldface EPs, limitations, and EOD/QOD/SOP
Know required comm for ground ops, departure, enroute, and arrival
Know all turn point procedures (2 min/MOT/WL calls) and required altitude calls.
On descent call: 15K MSL, 10K MSL, 5K AGL, 4K MSL, 3K MSL, 2K MSL, 1K
MSL, 1000 feet prior to any assigned altitude above 1000 feet, "Rad Alt Alive" (radio
altimeter is active at 2000 feet AGL), 200 feet prior to any altitude below 1000 feet
AGL, and MDA or DH. The student shall also report 1,000 feet prior to level off
(passing xxxx for xxxx) above 1000 feet MSL, and 200 feet prior below 1,000 feet
AGL (i.e., on final approach course).
Be familiar with Abnormal Engine Start indications (Hot/Hung/Wet Start), hand
(Fire/Egress/ Engine Shutdown), and corrective actions
b. Walk Time (45 min prior to T/O)
The pilot will meet the student and INFO/INAV one hour prior to takeoff to discuss
safety procedures, and conduct an overview for the flight. At 45 min prior to T/O, all
will walk to the aircraft.
c. Arrival at Aircraft
Upon arrival to the aircraft, the student will perform the Exterior Inspection.
The instructor pilot will perform the Before Exterior and the Interior Inspection
The student will check the interior and strap into the seat.
Set all non-digital radio frequencies and NAVAIDs