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Yokota Aeroclub Checklist Version 5.0 - Normal Operations C172F (3)

Yokota Aeroclub Checklist Version 5.0 - Normal Operations C172F (3)

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 YOKOTA AERO CLUB
CESSNA 172F
N4972R / N5241F
CHECKLIST
version 5
DO NOT REMOVE CHECKLISTFROM AIRCRAFT
YOKOTA AFB
ATIS....................................................................128.40CLEARNCEDELIVERY......................................131.40GROUND.............................................................133.20TOWER...............................................................134.30 YOKOTAAPPROACH........................................123.80BASEDISPATCH...............................................119.00AEROCLUB.......................................................120.30DME.....................................................................113.80ILS RWY 36(357°)..............................................109.70ILS RWY 18(177°)..............................................108.70
ATSUGI NAS
GROUND.............................................................141.20TOWER................................................................126.20DME.....................................................................115.10 YOKOSUKAVOR...............................................116.20
COMMON AREA FREQUENCIES
CHOFU FLIGHTSERVICE...................................130.80IRUMATOWER....................................................126.20TACHIKAWATOWER..........................................118.85TOKYOTCA.........................................................124.75HANEDAATIS.....................................................128.80HANDEA VOR /DME...........................................112.20
COMMON CROSS COUNTRYFREQUENCIES
FUKUSHIMARADIO...........................................118.05IZUREMOTE.......................................................124.30NIIGATAAPPROACH.........................................121.40NIIGATATOWER................................................118.00OSHIMARADIO...................................................118.60SENDAIAPPROACH...........................................120.40SENDAITOWER..................................................135.75UTSUNOMIYAAPPROACH.................................126.20UTSUNOMIYATOWER........................................126.20
FLIGHT SERVICE CENTER FREQUENCIES
TOKYO (HAKONE)FSC.......................................134.70TOKYO (KUMAGAYA)FSC.................................135.75
1.
CABIN
1. Emergency and Safety Equipment…………..CHECK2. Hobbs & Tach Time………………………………..…CHECK3. A.R.O.W…………………………………….………..…...CHECK4. Control and Throttle Lock.……………..……..REMOVE5. Ignition Switch………………………………………….…..OFF
WARNING
When turning on master switch using external powersource, or pulling prop through by hand, treat as iignition switch were on. Do not stand, or allowanyone to stand, within arc of prop since loose,broken wire or component malfunction could causethe propeller to rotate.Item 6 thru 16 should be completed as quickly aspossible to conserve battery power.6. Master Switch…….……………….……….………..……..ON7. Electrical Gyro…………….……….….….….……...CHECK8. Avionics Switch………………………….………….….……ON9. Avionics Cooling Fan………………….……….…..CHECK10. Avionics Switch…………………………….…………..…OFF11. Fuel Gauges……………….…………CHECK QUANTITY12. Flaps……………………….…..……….………FULL EXTEND13. Pitot Heat……………………………TEST AS REQUIRED14. Lights (Exterior/Interior)….…………………….CHECK15. Stall Warning Horn………………………………….CHECK16. Master Switch…………………….….………..………….
OFF
17. Light Switches……………………….…………………….OFF18. Pitot Heat…………………………….…..………………….OFF19. Fuel Selector Valve…………………………………..BOTH20. CO Detector……………………………………………….TEST21. Loose Items……………………………….………… SECURE
2. EMPENNAGE
Exterior inspection, check condition of airplane.Look for missing/damaged screws, rivets, antennason top/bottom of aircraft. If sediment/water insidesampled fuel, don’t dump on ground. Dump to fuelbarrel labeled "DRAINED FUEL"1. Baggage Door……………………….………….…..CLOSED2. Elevator/Elevator Trim…………………………….CHECK3. Rudder………………………………………..……………CHECK4. Control Cables……………………………………….…CHECK5. Antennas………………………………….………………CHECK6. Tie-down………………………………………………..REMOVE
3. RIGHT WING
1. Flap………………………………………………………… CHECK2. Aileron……………………………………………………..CHECK3. Wing Tip……………………………………………………CHECK4. Leading Edge & Wing Strut……………………..CHECK5. Tie-down……………………………………………..…REMOVE6. Main Gear Tire/Brake/Strut………………….…CHECK7. Chock.……………………………………………………REMOVE8. Door Hinge………………………………………….……CHECK9. Right Fuel Tank Sump……………………………SAMPLE10.Fuel Quantity…………………CHECK WITH DIPSTICK11.Fuel Cap…..………………….…….…VENTED & SECURE
4. FUSELAGE
1. Windshield / Cowling..…………………..………..CHECK2. Engine Oil…………………………………CHECK (6-8 qts)3. Oil Filler Cap……….……SECURE (FELT FOR SNAP)4. Propeller & Spinner………………………….………CHECK5. Engine Inlets…………………………………….………CHECK6. Air Filter……………………………………………………CHECK7. Nose Gear Tire/Strut……………CHECK (Approx 2")8. Static Source Opening…………………………….CHECK9. Fuel Strainer…………………..…….DRAIN FOR 2 SEC.10. Battery Acess Panel...........................SECURE
5. LEFT WING
1. Left Fuel Tank Sump………………………………SAMPLE2. Fuel Quantity…………………CHECK WITH DIPSTICK3. Fuel Cap……………………………………….…..…..SECURE4. Door Hinge………………………………………….……CHECK5. Chock.……………………………………………………REMOVE6. Main Gear Tire/Brake/Strut……….……………CHECK7. Tie-down………………….……….…..…………..…REMOVE8. Pitot Tube Cover…………………………………REMOVED9. Pitot Tube…………………………………………………CHECK10.Fuel Tank Vent…………………………………………CHECK11.Leading Edge & Wing Strut…………..………..CHECK12.Wing Tip………………………………………….……….CHECK13.Aileron……………………………………………….…….CHECK14.Flap…………………………………………………….…….CHECK
STEP TO FRONT OF AIRCRAFT VISUAL INSPECTIONPanels - Flaps – Gear – Rudder – Tie-downs- Chocks –Cowling – Red/Yellow Flags
6.
BRIEFINGS
PASSENGER BRIEFING
1.Operation of seat belts and shoulder harnesses2.Operation of door and window latches3.Operation of heating and air vents4.Operation of intercom and use of headsets
5.
Passenger noninterference with flight controls
6.
No smoking in aircraft7.Normal / Emergency exits and egress procedures8.Emergency equipment (life vests and life rafts)9.Passenger discomfort
CREW BRIEFING (if applicable)
1.
PIC duties, Co-pilot duties2.Transfer of aircraft control
DEPARTURE BRIEFING
1.Type of takeof
2.
V-speed
(V
R
65
mph
, V
X
73
mph
,V
Y
89
mph
, Vglide
 
86
mph
)
3.Takeoff distance and available runway distance4.Initial routing and altitude
5.
Emergency procedures takeoff,
after takeoff, climb
7. BEFORE STARTING ENGINE
1. Preflight Inspection………….…………………..COMPLETE2. Passenger Briefing………………………..………COMPLETE3. Crew Briefing…………………………………………COMPLETE4. Departure Briefing……………………..…………COMPLETE5. Seats.………………ADJUST AND
CONFIRM LOCKED
6. Seat Belts/Harness……………………………………FASTEN7. Light and Pitot Heat Switches…………………………OFF8. Circuit Breakers..……………………………………CHECK IN9. Fuel Selector Valve..…….………………………………BOTH
8.
STARTING ENGINE
1.
Primer…0-3 strokes
AS REQUIRED-
IN AND LOCKED
2. Carburetor Heat………………………………………..……OFF3. Throttle…
OPEN
¼
INCH (CLOSED if engine is warm)
4. Mixture………………………………………………….………RICH5. Brakes.…………………………………………………………HOLD6. Beacon Light………………………………………….…………ON7. Propeller Area……………………………………………
CLEAR 
8. Master Switch……….…………………………………………ON9. Ignition Switch…………START (MAX 30 SECONDS)10.Throttle…………………………………………………1000 RPM11.Oil Pressure…………….……………CHECK (30 sec max)12.Ammeter………………………….…
POSITIVE CHARGE
13.Nav Light (Night)…………………………………………….ON14.Flaps………………………………………………………RETRACT15.Avionics Switch…………………………….…………………ON
9.
AVIONICS SETUP
COMMs
1. ATIS…………………………………………………….……………OBTAIN2. Comm Frequency…………………………………….............SET
VORs
1. VOR Selector…………………………………………………………….ID2. Frequency………………………….…………………...............SET3. VOR Check (IFR)……………CHECKED WITHIN 30 DAYS
GPS
1. GPS / NAV Selector…………………………………..........…GPS2. Self Test………………………………………………………………PASS3. Barometric Pressure………………………………….…………SET4. VOR #1 Deflection….........2½ Dots Right; 2 Dots Up5. Present Position……………………………………………….VERIFY6. Database…………………………….……….CONFIRM CURRENT
TRANSPONDER 
1. Mode…………………………………………..TEST then STANDBY2. Squawk Code…………………………………….……….………….SET
AUDIO PANEL
1. Audio Selector…………………………………………….……SELECT
10.
AFTER STARTING ENGINE
1. Doors………………………………….CLOSED AND LOCKED2. Flight Controls……………………………FREE & CORRECT3. Flight Instruments……………………………………………SET4. Fuel Quantity………………………………………………CHECK5. Fuel Selector Valve………………………………………BOTH6. Elevator Trim….……………………….………………TAKEOFF7. Avionics.……………………………………………………………SET
11.
ENGINE RUN-UP
1. Mixture…………………………………………………………RICH2. Throttle / Clear Area……………………………1700 RPM3. Magnetos…………….CHECK (MAX125/MAX DIFF50)4. Carburetor Heat………CHECK RPM DROP then
OFF
5. Suction Gauge…………….………………CHECK (4.6-5.4)6. Engine Instruments……………………….CHECK GREEN7. Ammeter……………………………….….…….…….……CHECK8. Throttle………………………………..…….………CHECK IDLE9. Throttle………………………………………….………1000 RPM10. Throttle Friction………………………………………………SET
 
---------
If MAGNETO drop exceeds limits
---------Throttle…………….………………………………………………………2000 RPMMixture…….LEAN (slight RPM drop) for 20 seconds then RICHThrottle…………………………………………………………………….1700 RPM
 
TOKYO (MATSUMOTO)FSC..............................134.85TOKYO (NASU)FSC............................................135.65TOKYO (NIIJIMA)FSC.........................................124.30TOKYO (YAMANASHI)FSC................................127.15SENDAI (AKITA)FSC..........................................134.70SENDAI (JYOUBONZAN)FSC............................135.75SENDAI (NIIGATA)FSC......................................134.85SENDAI (SENDAI)FSC........................................135.65SENDAI (SADO)FSC...........................................124.30
YOKOTA AB Runway and Airfield Data
INTERSECTION DEPARTURE DISTANCEMagneto……………………………….………………..…….CHECK (125/50)If MAGNETO drop still out of limits
ABORT Flight Shutdown
 
ATC LIGHT SIGNALSPERFORMANCE DATAYOKOTA AB (042-552-2510)
GROUND & TOWER..225-3104 (
EXT 5-3104
)YOKOTA RAPCON .…225-3858 (
EXT 5-3858
)BASE OPERATION….225-7214 (
EXT 5-7214
)AERO CLUB…….…….225-8988 (
EXT 5-8988
)
12. BEFORE TAXI
1. Ground (133.20) …………………....…………………TAXI2. Taxi Lights……………………………...……AS REQUIRED3. Parking Brakes………………………………..……RELEASE4
Lean For Taxi……………………...........AS REQUIRED
13.
TAXI
1. Brakes………………………………………..……….………TEST2. Flight Instruments……………………………………CHECK
14.
BEFORE TAKEOFF CHECK
1. Flaps…………………………………………SET & CHECK2. Carburetor Heat………………………………………OFF3. Heading Indicator/Compass…………….…CHECK4. Contact Tower.....……………………………TAKEOFF
----------
CLEARED FOR TAKEOFF
----------
5. Strobe Light ..……………………………………………ON6. Landing Light……………………………….……………ON7. Mixture……………………………………………………RICH8. Transponder……………………….……………………ALT9. Time Off…………………………………………………NOTE
15.
NORMAL TAKEOFF
1. Flaps…………………………………………..………..…………UP2. Throttle………………………………………..…..FULL OPEN3. Rotate……………………………………….….…….…
65 MPH
4. Climb Speed (
V
Y
) …….……………….…………
89 MPH16.
SHORT-FIELD TAKEOFF
1. Flaps……………………………………………….………….…..UP2. Brakes.…………………….……………………….……….APPLY3. Throttle………………………………………………FULL OPEN4. Brakes……………………………………………………RELEASE5. Rotate……………………………………………….……
65 MPH
6. Climb Speed (
V
X
) ....……………………….……
73 MPH
----------
CLEAR OF OBSTRUCTION
----------
7. Airspeed (
V
Y
) …………………….………….…….
89 MPH17.
SOFT-FIELD TAKEOFF
1. Flaps………………………………………………………………10°2. Elevator Control…
KEEP PRESSURE OFF NOSE WHEEL
3. Throttle…….………………SMOOTHLY TO FULL OPEN4. Liftoff……….………SLOWEST POSSIBLE AIRSPEED5. Accelerate in Ground Effect….…………...…
89 MPH
6. Climb (
V
Y
)………………………………………………
89 MPH
7. Flaps……….…………………….……RETRACT AT 50'AGL
18.
CLIMB
1. Airspeed………………………………..……
86-97 MPH
2.
Carburetor Heat…….……………..………………………OFF
3. Throttle……………………………………..…FULL OPEN4. Mixture………………………………………….….……RICH5. Flaps……………………………………………..…RETRACT
19.
CRUISE
1. Circuit Breakers…………….…………………...CHECK2. Landing/Taxi Lights…………………AS REQUIRED3. Throttle…………………………………2200-2700 RPM4. Mixture……………………………………….….………LEAN5. Fuel Selector Switch………………….………SELECT
Use Carburetor Heat when in cruise flight with powersettings less than 2000 RPM.When cruising altitude at or above 5000' MSL, switchfuel selector valve from BOTH to LEFT or RIGHT tank.
WARNING -
Improper leaning procedures willgreatly reduce endurance.
20.
DESCENT
1. Landing Light…….……………………….….…………ON2. Carburetor Heat….………………….AS REQUIRED3. Throttle……………………………………AS REQUIRED4. Mixture….………………………………….………ADJUST5. Fuel Selector Valve………………………………BOTH
21.
BEFORE LANDING
1. Carburetor Heat….…………………………..…….…ON2. Mixture…………………………………………….…...RICH3. Fuel Selector Valve…………………………….…BOTH4. Seats Belts and Harness…………………..SECURE
22.
NORMAL LANDING
1. Airspeed………….……………77-86 MPH (Flaps UP)2. Wing Flaps……….…………………………AS DESIRED3. Airspeed……………
70-81 MPH (Flaps DOWN)
4. Touchdown……………………MAIN WHEELS FIRST5. Landing Roll……LOWER NOSE WHEEL GENTLY6. Braking……………………………………MIN REQUIRED
23.
SHORT-FIELD LANDING
1. Wing Flaps………………….………………………………30°2. Airspeed…………………….………………………
69 MPH
3. Touchdown……………………MAIN WHEELS FIRST4. Braking…………………………..………APPLY HEAVILY5. Flaps…………………………………………………RETRACT
24.
SOFT-FIELD LANDING
1. Wing Flaps……………………………………….…………30°2. Airspeed……………..………….…….……………
69 MPH
3. Touchdown…………………….…WITH LOW POWER4. Nose Wheel………………………KEEP OFF GROUND
25. BALKED LANDING- GO AROUND
1. Throttle…………………………………………….…FULL OPEN2. Carburetor Heat…….…………..…………….……………OFF3. Flaps……………….…………………………RETRACT TO 20°4. Airspeed………………………………………………….
70 MPH
5. Flaps………………………………………….……………RETRACT
26.
AFTER CLEARING RUNWAY
1. Time On……………………….…………………………NOTE2. Flaps…………………………………………………RETRACT3. Carburetor Heat….……………………………….……OFF4. Transponder………………………………….…STANDBY5. Landing Light…………………………………….………OFF6. Pitot Heat………………………………….………….……OFF7. Taxi Light…………………………...……AS REQUIRED8. Strobe Light………………………….……………………OFF9. Ground (133.20).…………………………….………TAXI
27.
SHUTDOWN
1. Brake…………………………….……….SET AND HOLD2. Avionics Switch…………….……………….…………OFF3. Throttle……………………….………………….1000 RPM4. Magneto Ground Check………………….……CHECK5. Mixture…………………..……………………….…CUT OFF6. Ignition Switch……..…OFF WHEN PROP STOPS7. Master Switch………………………………...……..…OFF8. Lights (Exterior/Interior).……………..….………OFF
28.
REFUELING
Cessna 172F (T-41) uses MOGAS, minimum octane91, and it should be serviced to full top (36 gallonstotal / 18 gallons each) unless specifically requestedotherwise.
Note
–Internal wing tip tanks should beserviced
AS REQUIRED
(23 gallons usable / 11.5gallons each).
When adding oil, refill usingincrements of whole quarts.
1. Airframe Grounding Wire…………………….ATTACHED2. Fuel Pump Counter………………………………………RESET3. Ladder……………………………………………OBTAIN & USE4. Nozzle Grounding Wire.....................ATTACHED4. Fuel (MOGAS) …………………………RIGHT FUEL TANK
----------
AFTER REFUELING
----------
5. Fuel Caps……………………….…………………….……SECURE6. Windscreen/Leading Edges………….…………….CLEAN7. Oil Quantity……………CHECK; REFILL AS REQUIRED8. Oil Can……………………STORE AT DESIGNATED BOX9. Oil Filler Cap……………………………………..………SECURE
29.
PARKING
1. Pitot Tube Cover………………………………….INSTALL2. Tie-downs……………………………………………SECURE3. Chocks…..…………………………….…………..…INSTALL4. Hobbs and Tach Time…………………………RECORD5. Fuel and Oil Quantity………………………….RECORD6. Windows, Vents & Cabin Air…….……………CLOSE7. Control and Throttle Locks…………………INSTALL8. Sun Screen…………………………………….……INSTALL9. Master Switch……………………………………………
OFF
IF DISCREPANCIES ARE FOUND, PLEASENOTIFY THE AERO CLUB STAFF AND ANNOTATEDISCREPANCIES ON MAINTENANCE FORM ANDDISPATCH PROGRAM.

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