Flashcards in FF107 Landings Deck (20):
Plan to cross the runway threshold approx. __ knots below final approach speed,
Use ___ adjustments coordinated with ___ pressure to control the rate of descent.
What are the target touchdown speeds? Increase each speed by __ knots is landing with greater than 750 lbs of fuel remaining.
LDG: 80 KIAS
TO: 85 KIAS
UP: 90 KIAS
When landing in gusty wind conditions, increase landing threshold and touchdown speeds by __% of the gust increment up to a max increase of __ knots.
Once the nosewheel is on the runway, smoothly apply brakes (below __ knots) while increasing back pressure.
A condition encountered during landing where the aircraft bounces between nose wheel and main gear. Caused by nose wheel contacting runway first.
If porpoising is encountered...
don't counter with control inputs, PCL to MAX and position controls to takeoff attitude, go around and do not raise landing gear
___ is brought on by excessive airspeed in the roundout, either from poor power control, improper flap use, or diving off excess attitude.
___ occurs when the aircraft is rounded out too rapidly or the nose is raised to the landing attitude before lift has sufficiently dissipated.
___ is similar to ballooning, except that it is caused by striking the runway too hard.
A wider than normal runway can cause you to flare too ___ and land ___ of the runway.
A runway which is more narrow than normal will make your approach appear to ___ and cause you to flare too ___.
If you are familiar with short runways, you will tend to misjudge the distance to a long runway and think you are ___ to the runway than you actually are.
If you are familiar with long runways, you will tend to misjudge the distance to a short runway and think you are ___ from the runway than you actually are.
An upsloping runway (from the approach end) will make you think you are too ___ and thus cause you to flare too ___.
A runway which slopes downward from the approach end will make you think you are too ___, and cause you to flare too ___.
___ hydroplaning is when the aircraft tires ride on a layer of water on the runway.
___ hydroplaning is when the tires ride on a film of oil, rubber deposits, or other foreign matter (particularly true on a smooth runway)
___ ___ hydroplaning is when the tires ride on a layer of steam generated from burning rubber caused by locked brakes.