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L39 “Albatross” Passenger Briefing Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only.

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1 L39 “Albatross” Passenger Briefing Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

2 About The Pilot: Troy Downing Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

3  Aero Vodochody L39 “Albatross”  Made in Czeckoslovakia  Flown in Russia  Currently flown in approximately 20 countries  Approximately 200 in the United States About the Plane Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

4  Powerplant: Ivchenko 2.0 Bypass turbofan  3800lbs of Thrust  Max Ramp Weight: 10,406lbs  Length: 39’8”  Width: 31’  Height: 15’6” About the Plane Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

5  Rotation:90kts/104mph  Takeoff:110kts/127mph  Landing:100kts/115mph  Max Speed:mach.87 (480kts/550mph)  Glide:140kts/161  Glide Ratio:1.5/1 (1.5 miles per 1k ft.) Performance Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

6  Burn rate: PPH(~150GPH)  Fuel on board w/o tip tanks. ~ 1 hour  Inverted fuel system time: 20 seconds  Fuel: jet-A (kerosene) Fuel system Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

7  Max pos G:8  Max neg G: 4 Performance Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

8  Ground Emergencies  Normal exit  Use of safety harness  Emergency exit  In flight Emergencies  engine failure in flight  Unpowered landing  Egress in flight  Eject, eject, eject Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

9  Ground Emergency  normal exit 1.Egress, Egress, Egress! Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

10  Ground Emergency  normal exit 1.Egress, Egress, Egress! 2.Release Harness Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

11  Ground Emergency  normal exit 1.Egress, Egress, Egress! 2.Release Harness 3.Unplug Com. Cord Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings. Comm Cord Ejection Seat Handles

12  Ground Emergency  normal exit 1.Egress, Egress, Egress! 2.Release Harness 3.Unplug Com. Cord 4.Open Canopy Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

13  Ground Emergency  normal exit 1.Egress, Egress, Egress! 2.Release Harness 3.Unplug Com. Cord 4.Open Canopy 5.Exit Aircraft Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

14  In flight Emergencies  engine failure in flight 1.Restart Engine 2.Glide to an Airport 3.Glide to a suitable Landing Area 4.Gracefully exit Aircraft Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

15  In flight Emergencies  Egress in Flight 1.Release Canopy Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

16  In flight Emergencies  Egress in Flight 1.Release Canopy Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

17  In flight Emergencies  Egress in Flight 1.Release Canopy 2.Slide Emergency Shute Release Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

18  In flight Emergencies  Egress in Flight 1.Release Canopy 2.Slide Emergency Shute Release 3.Unplug Comm Cord 4.Go Weightless Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

19  In flight Emergencies  Egress in Flight 1.Release Canopy 2.Slide Emergency Shute Release 3.Unplug Comm Cord 4.Go Weightless 5.Check for Parachute Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings. Parachute D-Ring

20  In flight Emergencies  EJECT! EJECT! EJECT! Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

21  In flight Emergencies 1.Head Back Against Headrest Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

22  In flight Emergencies 1.Head Back Against Headrest 2.Knees Tucked In Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

23  In flight Emergencies 1.Head Back Against Headrest 2.Knees Tucked In 3.Squeeze and Pull Ejection Handles Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

24  In flight Emergencies 1.Head Back Against Headrest 2.Knees Tucked In 3.Squeeze and Pull Ejection Handles 4.Check for Parachute Emergency Procedures Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

25  18 G blast  6.5 G continuous  Ejection handles  Canopy release  Emergency chute release Ejection Seats Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

26  Pyro Ejection Seats Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

27  Rocket Ejection Seats Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

28  Assume the position  knees in close  Head back against head rest  Elbows tucked  Squeeze and pull handles Ejection Seats Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

29  Repacked once per year minimum with Russian chutes. More often with American Chutes.  Packed by a certified rigger  Parachute Landing Falls (PLFs)  Tuck and Roll… Parachutes Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

30  Air sickness  Hypoxia  High G maneuvers  Straining techniques  Grunting  G-suits  Low G Maneuvers  G-LOC  Tunnel vision Physiolgy Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

31  Air sickness  Straight and Level Before it’s too late  Never be afraid to take a break  When you’re done, you’re done. It’s not going to get better Physiolgy Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

32  Hypoxia  Loss of Cabin Pressure  Dizziness  Disorientation  Loss of Concentration  We will never be higher than 17,500ft. Physiolgy Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

33  High G Maneuvers  You will always get a countdown (3…2…1… Puuuull)  Contract your large muscles  Short, Percussive breathing  Tunnel Vision  Gloc Physiolgy Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

34  Low G Maneuvers  Red outs Physiolgy Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

35  Regulations  No Lower than 500 Feet  No Faster than 250kts below 10,000 Feet  No more than 60 degrees of bank over populated areas  No more than 60 degrees of bank or 30 degrees of pitch without a parachute. FAA Regulations Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

36  High G turns  Aeileron Rolls  Split S  Immelmann  Loops  Verticles Aerobatics Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.

37 Military maneuvers  Nap of the earth  Strafing  Crossing ridges  Overhead approach  Fast and High  Hitting the Perch  Coasting in for a landing Copyright © 2011 Lawn Dart Aero, LLC All Rights Reserved. This is not a complete safety briefing and is to be used only in conjunction with appropriate ground, flight, and safety briefings.


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