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1

Vso

55

2

Vmc

56

3

Vs

57

4

Vr

75

5

Vr (short field)

70

6

Vx

82

7

Vxse

82

8

Vsse

82

9

Vy

88

10

Vyse

88

11

Vfe

111

12

Va (2700)

112

13

Va (3800)

135

14

Vlo (up)

109

15

Vlo (down)

140

16

Vle

140

17

Vno

169

18

Vne

202

19

Maximum demonstrated crosswind

17

20

Vmc Demo

1. Clearing turns.
2. Flaps-up, gear-up.
3. Mixtures–Enrichen, Props–Fwd, Fuel Pumps–On.
4. Slowly close left throttle while maintaining heading and altitude.
5. Slow to 100 KIAS (approx. 10 KIAS above VYSE).
6. Slowly increase right throttle (operating engine) to full power. Use
rudder to maintain directional control and bank up to 5 ̊ towards the
operating engine.
7. Increase pitch attitude slowly, decrease airspeed at approximately 1
knot per second until full rudder is applied to maintain directional
control.
8. Recover at first sign of:
A. Loss of directional control.
B. First indication of stall (stall horn or buffet).
9. Recover promptly by simultaneously reducing power sufficiently on the
operating engine while decreasing the angle of attack as necessary to
regain directional control within 20 ̊ of entry heading.
10. Continue recovery by increasing power slowly on operating engine
while maintaining an AOA that allows for airspeed to increase to a point where directional control can be maintained with a minimum loss of altitude.
11. Accelerate to 82-88 KIAS.
12. Bring throttles slowly together to 20" MP.
13. “Cruise Checklist.”

21

Emergency Descent

1. Throttles–Slowly reduce to idle.
2. Props–Full Forward.
3. Mixtures–Adjust.
4. Gear-Down, accelerate up to a max speed of 140 KIAS (ATP use 120 KIAS)
5. Cowl Flaps–As Required.
6. Maintain 140 KIAS (ATP 120 KIAS) during descent.
7. Notify ATC as appropriate.

22

Steep Turns

1. Clearing turns as specified by the Examiner.
2. Set power to maintain 120 KIAS throughout maneuver.
3. Set bug to entry heading.
4. Maintain selected altitude ±100'.
5. Maintain 120 KIAS or a safe airspeed not to exceed VA.
6. Adjust power as necessary during maneuver.
7. Perform 360 ̊ turn to the left maintaining at least 50 ̊ bank ±5 ̊.
8. Roll out on entry heading ±10 ̊.
9. Perform 360 ̊ turn to the right maintaining at least 50 ̊ bank ±5 ̊.
10. Roll out on entry heading ±10 ̊.

23

Slow Flight

1. Clearing turns.
2. “Gear Down Before Landing Checklist.”
3. Extend full flaps 40 ̊.
4. Slow to just above stall warning (approximately 60-65 KIAS).
5. Adjust power as necessary to maintain airspeed while maneuvering.
6. Accomplish straight-and-level flight, climbs, turns, and descents as
required, without activating a stall warning.
7. Recover with max power.
8. Retract flaps slowly to 0 ̊.
9. Accelerate to 82 KIAS (VX), maintain altitude or climb as specified by
Examiner.
10. Retract gear, accelerate to 88 KIAS (VY).
11. “Cruise Checklist.”

24

Power Off Stall

1. Clearing turns.
2. “Gear Down Before Landing Checklist.”
3. Extend full flaps 40 ̊.
4. Establish a stabilized 400 FPM descent at 75 KIAS.
5. Maintain selected heading, or establish 15 ̊-bank turn as specified by
Examiner.
6. Slowly reduce power to idle while increasing pitch attitude to induce
stall (approx. 12 ̊).
7. Acknowledge stall cues and recover promptly at the first indication of
an impending stall.
8. Simultaneously reduce angle-of-attack, set max power, and level wings.
9. Retract flaps slowly to 10 ̊.
10. Accelerate to 82 KIAS (VX), establish a positive rate of climb.
11. Retract flaps to 0 ̊.
12. Retract gear, accelerate to 88 KIAS (VY).
13. “Cruise Checklist.”

25

Power On Stall

1. Clearing turns.
2. Set takeoff or departure configuration as specified by the Examiner:
A. Takeoff configuration (Gear Down, Flaps 0 ̊).
B. Departure configuration (Gear Up, Flaps 0 ̊).
3. Mixtures–Enrichen, Props–Fwd, Fuel Pumps–On.
4. Slow to 80 KIAS, liftoff speed.
5. Maintain selected heading or establish a 15 ̊-bank turn, as specified by
the Examiner.
6. Transition smoothly to approx. 15 ̊ pitch-up while increasing power to 18" MP.
7. Acknowledge stall cues and recover promptly at the first indication of
an impending stall.
8. Simultaneously reduce angle-of-attack, set max power, and level wings.
9. Accelerate to 82 KIAS (VX), establish a positive rate of climb.
10. Retract gear (if extended), accelerate to 88 KIAS (VY).
11. “Cruise Checklist.”

26

Accelerated Stall

1. Clearing turns.
2. Flaps-up, gear-up.
3. Mixtures–Enrichen, Props–Fwd, Fuel Pumps–On.
4. Slow to 100 KIAS.
5. Slowly reduce power to idle.
6. Establish a coordinated 45 ̊ bank turn.
7. Maintain altitude to induce stall.
8. Recover at the first indication of an impending stall.
9. Reduce angle-of-attack, level wings, and set max power.
10. “Cruise Checklist.”