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PISTON PLANE TRAINING

Cost Effective Piston Plane Certication At Your Location With Your Plane
PRESSURIZED PISTON TRAINING
INITIAL 20 HOURS | RECURRENT 8 HOURS
Aircraft General
• General Description
• Airframe and Engines


Limitations
• Airspeed
• Engine
• Weight
• Maneuver Limits
• Flight Load Limits
• Fuel Limitations
• Engine Fuel System
• Operating Limitations


Engines
• Overview
• Fuel Injection System
• Ignition System
• Engine Top
• Engine Oil System
• Induction Air
• Propeller
• Powerplant Instrumentation
• Limitations
• Fire Detection & Extinguishing System (optional)


Preflight & Normal Procedures
• Preflight
• Before Starting Engines
• Starting Engines
• Before Taxiing
• Taxiing
• Before Takeoff
• Takeoff
• After Takeoff
• Climb
• Cruise
• Descent
• Before Landing
• After Landing
• Shutdown

Landing Gear & Brakes
• Landing Gear Hydraulic or Electrical System
• Landing Gear
• Brake System


Fuel System
• Tanks
• Indicating System
• Pumps
• Normal & Crossfeed Operation
• Cold Weather Operation


Electrical System
• Battery
• Alternators
• Normal Operations
• External Power
• Monitoring Systems
• Avionics Busses
• Emergency Power Alternator Control s
• Lighting


Environmental Systems
• Air Distribution, Heating & Ventilation Systems
• Pressurization System
• High Altitude Physiological Operation
• Air Conditioning
• Oxygen System


Emergency Procedures
• Loss of Power
• Electrical System
• Fuel System
• Avionics Bus Failure
• Flight Instrument Failure
• Landing Gear Failure
• Pressurization System Emergency Procedures
• Split Flaps
• Spins
• Static System Obstructions

Flight Controls
• Ailerons
• Aileron Trim
• Elevators
• Elevator Trim
• Rudder
• Rudder Trim
• Flap System
• Nosewheel Steering
• Stall Warning
• Limitations


Flight Instruments
• Pitot/Static System
• Vacuum/Pressure System
• Engine
• Flight


Anti-Ice/Deice Systems
• Anti-ice
• Deice


Weight & Balance/Performance
• Weight & Balance Effects, Determination & Sample Problems
• Performance Tables, Charts & Practical Exercise
Example of 4 Day | 3 Day Recurrent Training:
Syllabus For Single & Multi-Engine Aircraft.
NON-PRESSURIZED PISTON TRAINING
INITIAL 16 HOURS | RECURRENT 8 HOURS
Aircraft General
• General Description
• Airframe and Engines


Limitations
• Airspeed
• Engine
• Weight
• Maneuver Limits
• Flight Load Limits
• Fuel Limitations
• Engine Fuel System
• Operating Limitations


Engines
• Overview
• Fuel Injection System
• Ignition System
• Engine Top
• Engine Oil System
• Induction Air
• Propeller
• Powerplant Instrumentation
• Limitations
• Fire Detection & Extinguishing System (optional)


Preflight & Normal Procedures
• Preflight
• Before Starting Engines
• Starting Engines
• Before Taxiing
• Taxiing
• Before Takeoff
• Takeoff
• After Takeoff
• Climb
• Cruise
• Descent
• Before Landing
• After Landing
• Shutdown

Landing Gear & Brakes
• Landing Gear Hydraulic or Electrical System
• Landing Gear
• Brake System


Fuel System
• Tanks
• Indicating System
• Pumps
• Normal & Crossfeed Operation
• Cold Weather Operation


Electrical System
• Battery
• Alternators
• Normal Operations
• External Power
• Monitoring Systems
• Avionics Busses
• Emergency Power Alternator Control s
• Lighting


Environmental Systems
• Air Distribution, Heating & Ventilation Systems
• Pressurization System
• High Altitude Physiological Operation
• Air Conditioning
• Oxygen System


Emergency Procedures
• Loss of Power
• Electrical System
• Fuel System
• Avionics Bus Failure
• Flight Instrument Failure
• Landing Gear Failure
• Pressurization System Emergency Procedures
• Split Flaps
• Spins
• Static System Obstructions

Flight Controls
• Ailerons
• Aileron Trim
• Elevators
• Elevator Trim
• Rudder
• Rudder Trim
• Flap System
• Nosewheel Steering
• Stall Warning
• Limitations


Flight Instruments
• Pitot/Static System
• Vacuum/Pressure System
• Engine
• Flight


Anti-Ice/Deice Systems
• Anti-ice
• Deice


Weight & Balance/Performance
• Weight & Balance Effects, Determination & Sample Problems
• Performance Tables, Charts & Practical Exercise
Example of 3 Day Training:
Syllabus For Single & Multi-Engine Aircraft.
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