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1 Beech Travel Air Type: BE-D95A N#: N2086W IFR Equip Code: /G

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7 1.Climb RH to 1000’ / Set Cruise Climb Power (25 2 ) / Accel to 120 MPH - Fuel Pumps - Off 2.Right Turn to Intercept V159 (~140HDG) Direct NEGEE [Birmingham 127.675 for VFR Flight Following] 3.Level at 3000’ and Track V159 Inbound VUZ (23 2 ) 4.Turn South to Establish in the Working Area

8 Working Area CONDUCT: 1.STEEP TURNS 2.STALL SERIES 3.ENGINE SHUTDOWN AND RESTART 4.VMCA DEMO (AS REQUIRED) 5.RTB for Approaches.

9 STEEP TURNS 1.Pre-Maneuver Checklist [Fuel - Aux / Cowl Flaps - OPEN / Area Clear] Set Power 18” / 2300RPM / Mixtures Full Rich 2.Pick Cardinal Heading / Ground checkpoint 3.Slow to Target Airspeed 140 mph (Va 160) 4.Roll in to 45 degree AOB and add 21-22 Inches MP and aft “yoke” as required to maintain altitude. 5.~ 15 to 20 degrees prior to 360 degrees of turn, Simultaneously roll out while reducing power and aft stick. At IP discretion, reverse your turn into the opposite direction. ATP PTS STANDARDS A.Select an Altitude above 3,000’ [Baron AFM requires >5K B.Rolls into a coordinated turn of at least 45 degrees AOB + 5 degrees C.Maintains + 100’ / + 10 knots of initial altitude D.Rolls out of the turn + 10 degrees of initial heading OR reverses the direction of the turn at the discretion of the DPE

10 CLEAN STALL(Cruise Config) 1.Pre-Maneuver Checklist [Fuel - Aux / Cowl Flaps - OPEN / Area Clear] Set Power 18” / 2300RPM / Mixtures Full Rich 2.Pick Cardinal Heading / Ground checkpoint 3.Slow to towards 108 mph, set power to 10” MP and PROPS FULL. 4.Maintain Altitude until recognition of the stall (Stall Horn). 5.Recover by simultaneously relaxing the back stick lightly / adding full power / leveling the wings 6.Two Positive rates = Maneuver complete. ATP PTS STANDARDS A.Select an Altitude above 3,000’ [Baron AFM requires >5K] B.Timely recognition of impending stall and correct stall recovery techniques and procedures – recovering towards maneuvering airspeed and attitude. C.One of the stalls must be done while using 15 to 30 degrees AOB.

11 CLEAN STALL (Takeoff) 1.Pre-Maneuver Checklist [Fuel - Aux / Cowl Flaps - OPEN / Area Clear] Set Power 18” / 2300RPM / Mixtures Full Rich 2.Pick Cardinal Heading / Ground checkpoint 3.Slow to towards blue line (108mph), set PROPS Full and 20” on the Throttles. 4.Increase Pitch attitude smoothly to decrease A/S ~ 1 knot / second until recognition of the stall (Stall Horn). Do not exceed 20 degrees pitch attitude [CAUTION – DO NOT BLOW THROUGH ASSIGNED ALTITUDE Assignment if on IFR clearance] 1.Recover by simultaneously relaxing the back stick lightly / adding full power / leveling the wings 2.Accelerate to Vyse. ATP PTS STANDARDS A.Select an Altitude above 3,000’ [Baron AFM requires >5K] B.Timely recognition of impending stall and correct stall recovery techniques and procedures – recovering towards maneuvering airspeed and attitude. C.One of the stalls must be done while using 15 to 30 degrees AOB.

12 Approach Stall 1.Pre-Maneuver Checklist [Fuel - Aux / Cowl Flaps - OPEN / Area Clear] Set Power 18” / 2300RPM / Mixtures Full Rich 2.Pick Cardinal Heading / Ground checkpoint 3.Below 165 mph – Gear down 4.Flaps FULL – below 130 mph 5.G.U.M.P.S. Checklist – COMPLETE 1.GAS – AUX tanks for Area work 2.Undercarriage – Gear down and locked. 3.Mixtures – Full Rich 4.Propellers – Full forward. 5.Selections (Cowl Flaps – OPEN) / (Landing Light – N/A). 6.Establish 15 to 30 degrees AOB (IP discretion) and Throttles to Idle. 7.Maintain Altitude until recognition of the stall (Stall Horn). 8.Recover by simultaneously relaxing the back stick lightly / adding full power / leveling the wings 9.Flaps – UP / Landing Gear – Retract. 10.Two Positive rates = Maneuver complete. ATP PTS STANDARDS A.Select an Altitude above 3,000’ [Baron AFM requires >5K] B.Timely recognition of impending stall and correct stall recovery techniques and procedures – recovering towards maneuvering airspeed and attitude. C.One of the stalls must be done while using 15 to 30 degrees AOB.

13 Engine Shutdown and Restart 1.Follow Checklists ATP PTS STANDARDS A.Select an Altitude above 3,000’ [Travel Air AFM requires >5K] B.Maintains positive control. Establishes 5 degrees AOB. C.Maintains Altitude + 100 feet / Airspeed + 10 knots / Heading + 10 degrees.

14 Vmca Demo 1.Pre-Maneuver Checklist [Fuel - Aux / Cowl Flaps - OPEN / Area Clear] Set Power 18” / 2300RPM / Mixtures Full Rich 2.Pick Cardinal Heading / Ground checkpoint 3.Slow towards Vyse (108 mph) Blue line 4.Power to Idle / Props to Full. 5.Smoothly bring one throttle (preferably Right to demo critical engine) to full while adding AOB (“Raise the dead”) and RUDDER to maintain ~ ½ ball towards the good engine. Maintain HEADING! 6.Smoothly raise the nose to decelerate ~ 1 mph / second towards Vmca (book value of 80 mph). *Vortex generators will cause the Travel Air to stall below it’s Vs value of 87mph at 80 mph. Vmc = 80 mph at MSL and ISA day. Due to increased altitude, the engine will produce less horsepower and the Vmc value will be lower than the stall. Bottom line, when either you hear the stall horn (which is what will happen) OR you begin to lose heading control OR you hit 80 mph, you’ll recover. 7.AT Vmca (Loss of Heading Control / STALL / or published 80 mph) – RECOVER! 8.Simultaneously REDUCE power to that required to maintain heading while lowering the nose to accelerate towards Vyse. As control is regained, bring BOTH throttles back up to full. ATP PTS STANDARDS A.Select an Altitude above 3,000’ [Baron AFM requires >5K] B.Maintains positive control. Establishes 5 degrees AOB. C.Maintains Altitude + 100 feet / Airspeed + 10 knots / Heading + 10 degrees.

15 APPROACHES 1.VOR A / RNAV 27 / ILS RWY 27 / RNAV RWY 9 [One Approach Simulated Single Engine until ‘IM-IC’]. 2.Approach Speed 120 MPH ATP PTS STANDARDS A.Desired Altitude + 100 feet, the desired airspeed + 10 knots, and the desired heading + 5 degrees. B.Descends not lower than MDA -0 and +50 feet for NON-PRECISION approaches. Executes a Missed approach immediately upon arrival at DA/DH. C.Accurately Intercepts and tracks courses. D.Selects, tunes, identifies, and monitors operational status of ground and airplane navigation equipment. E.Allows no more than ¼ needle (LOC/GS) deflection in either direction

16 APPROACHES 1.VOR A / RNAV 27 / ILS RWY 27 / RNAV RWY 9 [One Approach Simulated Single Engine until ‘IM-IC’]. 2.SIM Single Engine will be conducted Flaps UP or ½ (2” worth of flaps). 3.Approach Speed – 120 MPH ATP PTS STANDARDS A.Desired Altitude + 100 feet, the desired airspeed + 10 knots, and the desired heading + 5 degrees. B.Descends not lower than MDA -0 and +50 feet for NON-PRECISION approaches. Executes a Missed approach immediately upon arrival at DA/DH. C.Accurately Intercepts and tracks courses. D.Selects, tunes, identifies, and monitors operational status of ground and airplane navigation equipment. E.Allows no more than ¼ needle (LOC/GS) deflection in either direction

17 What to Study…. The following documents within the folder: – 3-GORDO ATP_BE95-Travel Air Document (this power point): Memorize the systems & V-speeds (in MPH) on slides 8, 9, and 12. Of note, the Vmca speed is not listed nor is the Airspeed indicator marked w/ a Red Line- but it is 80 mph. Be very familiar with the flow of the flight (Slides 13-20) within the area. – Pick this Practical Test Standards (PTS) topic to be able to explain. – 3A - KBC and WT & Balance Document: The KBC gives flows for both flights, I would expect you both to hit each item w/in the flow somewhere within your two practice flights. Know how to do a WT and Balance problem [Weight * Arm = Moment]. The WT & BAL tab up top will calculate it for you if you input the values within the green cells. There is a blank example down below if your asked to do one for practice. –.

18 What to Bring / do prior to showing up… 1. Bring a Civilian Logbook. 2. Bring either a valid FAA Medical or a copy of your UP CHIT. 3. Bring your Military Logbook (in case he asks you to show that you have greater than 1500 hours). 4. Bring the Original Results from your FAA Written Exam. 5. Log into IACRA and apply for the ATP. It will be the CFR part 61 option. The Aircraft is the BE-D95A and you will get approximately 5 hours. Make sure you input your hours as accurately as possible within the slots. They need to be greater than the requirements in order to not pop any red flags with the FAA Document for Requirements). Save the application when finished and review w/ IP when you arrive to Jasper. 6. Bring a checkbook for the Gordo and expect to pay $300 to the IP for the entire amount of ground and flight instruction (Cash only). 7. Gordo charges $500 (prefers cash) for his check ride and then you’ll pay $450 / flight hour for the Beech Travel Air. Expect to fly between 4 and 5 hours with your IP plus another 1.5 to 2 hours with Gordo on the check ride. You can pay either w/ credit card or check for the flight time. 8 Optional - bring something to drink for Gordo's Bar....tis hot in Jasper and there isn't much to do at night!


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