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BEECHCRAFT SUPER KING AIR


350 & 350C

Models B300 & B300C

FL-111 THRU FL-382, EXCEPT FL-381; FM-9 THRU FM-11

P/N 130-590031-73D
February 2007Revision 9

PILOT CHECKLIST

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This document is an abbreviation of the procedures contained in the Pilots
Operating Handbook and FAA Approved Airplane Flight Manual, P/N 130-590031-71.
Dates of issue for original and changed pages are:
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Revision ....1 ........OCTOBER, 2000
Revision .....2....SEPTEMBER, 2001
Revision .....3 .................JULY, 2002
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Revision .....6 ........OCTOBER, 2004
Revision .....7 .....NOVEMBER, 2005
Revision .....8................APRIL, 2006
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Revision 1 is a complete reprint.
This document is an abbreviation of the checklists and procedures
contained in Section III (EMERGENCY PROCEDURES), Section IIIA
(ABNORMAL PROCEDURES) and Section IV (NORMAL
PROCEDURES) of the Pilots Operating Handbook and FAA Approved
Airplane Flight Manual (POH/AFM) for the Model B300/B300C (P/N 130590031-71). When Revisions to Sections III, IIIA and IV of the POH/AFM
are received, applicable Revisions to this Abbreviated Checklist will be
provided and must be updated accordingly. Since this is an Abbreviated
Checklist, most explanatory items, notes and cautions have been omitted
for brevity, although applicable warnings have not. Consequently, users
of this Abbreviated Checklist must be familiar with and operate the
airplane in accordance with the official applicable POH/AFM.

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NORMAL PROCEDURES
AIRSPEEDS FOR SAFE OPERATION .................................................N-1
PROCEDURES BY FLIGHT PHASE .....................................................N-3
PREFLIGHT INSPECTION.....................................................................N-3
BEFORE ENGINE STARTING ...............................................................N-8
ENGINE STARTING (BATTERY).........................................................N-10
ENGINE STARTING
(EXTERNAL POWER) ........................SEE EXPANDED PROCEDURES
HOT START OR HUNG START...........................................................N-11
NO LIGHT START ................................................................................N-11
ENGINE CLEARING.............................................................................N-11
BEFORE TAXI ......................................................................................N-12
BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP) .............................................................N-12
BEFORE TAKEOFF (FINAL ITEMS)....................................................N-13
TAKEOFF .............................................................................................N-14
ROLLING TAKEOFF ............................................................................N-14
CLIMB...................................................................................................N-14
CRUISE ................................................................................................N-15
DESCENT.............................................................................................N-17
BEFORE LANDING ..............................................................................N-18
NORMAL LANDING .............................................................................N-18
STEEP APPROACH LANDING .........................................................N-18A
MAXIMUM REVERSE THRUST LANDING..........................................N-19
BALKED LANDING...............................................................................N-19
AFTER LANDING .................................................................................N-19
SHUTDOWN/SECURING.....................................................................N-20
EXPANDED PROCEDURES ...............................................................N-21
AIRSTAIR DOOR CIRCUITRY CHECK (B300) ...................................N-21
AIRSTAIR DOOR CIRCUITRY CHECK (B300C).................................N-21
OXYGEN SYSTEM PREFLIGHT INSPECTION ..................................N-21
OXYGEN DURATION...........................................................................N-22
LOCKING THE AIRSTAIR DOOR (B300) ............................................N-24
LOCKING THE CARGO DOOR (B300C) .............................................N-24
LOCKING THE AIRSTAIR DOOR (B300C)..........................................N-24
FUEL SYSTEM.....................................................................................N-24
ENGINE STARTING (EXTERNAL POWER)........................................N-25
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM........................................................................N-26
INVERTERS .........................................................................................N-27
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM ...............................................................N-28
PRESSURIZATION ..............................................................................N-29
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AUTOPILOT .........................................................................................N-29
YAW DAMP ..........................................................................................N-30
ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM ......................................................................N-30
OVERSPEED GOVERNORS/RUDDER BOOST .................................N-30
LOW PITCH STOPS AND PRIMARY GOVERNORS ..........................N-31
AUTOFEATHER ...................................................................................N-31
INSTRUMENT VACUUM AND DEICE PRESSURE ............................N-32
ENGINE ANTI-ICE................................................................................N-32
ICE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (IF REQUIRED) ..............................N-33
OTHER PROCEDURES.......................................................................N-35
SIMULATING ONE-ENGINE-INOPERATIVE (ZERO THRUST)..........N-35
PRACTICE DEMONSTRATION OF VMCA ............................................N-35
PRACTICE LANDING GEAR MANUAL EXTENSION..........................N-36
LANDING GEAR RETRACTION AFTER PRACTICE MANUAL
EXTENSION .......................................................................................N-36

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All airspeeds quoted in this section are indicated airspeeds (IAS) and
assume zero instrument error.
Closed [BRACKETS] in this section denote annunciator(s).
Expanded procedures are noted by reference to a page number after
the command.

AIRSPEEDS FOR SAFE OPERATION


(15,000 LBS (6804 KG))
Maximum Demonstrated Crosswind Component...........................20 Knots
Two-Engine Best-Angle-of-Climb (VX) ..........................................125 Knots
Two-Engine Best-Rate-of-Climb (VY) ...........................................140 Knots
Cruise Climb:
Sea Level to 10,000 Ft...........................................................170 Knots
10,000 to 15,000 Ft................................................................160 Knots
15,000 to 20,000 Ft................................................................150 Knots
20,000 to 25,000 Ft................................................................140 Knots
25,000 to 30,000 Ft................................................................130 Knots
30,000 to 35,000 Ft................................................................120 Knots
Maneuvering Speed (VA)..............................................................184 Knots
Turbulent Air Penetration .............................................................170 Knots
Maximum Airspeed for Effective Windshield Anti-icing ......................226 Knots
Intentional One-Engine-lnoperative Speed (VSSE) .......................110 Knots
Air Minimum Control Speed (VMCA):
Flaps Up ..................................................................................94 Knots
Flaps Approach .......................................................................93 Knots

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PROCEDURES BY FLIGHT PHASE


PREFLIGHT INSPECTION
NOTE
After the first flight of the day, the Preflight Inspection
may be omitted except for items marked with a +
(Fuel Tank Caps and Engine Oil Quantity/Filler Cap
need not be checked unless system(s) were serviced.)

Cabin/Cockpit
1. Monogram Electric Toilet Knife Valve (if installed ) ..................OPEN
+2. Baggage ..............................................................................SECURE
3. Aft Exit Sign ........................................................................ON-TEST
Check sign illumination, then OFF-RESET
4. Forward Exit Sign................................................................ON-TEST
Check sign illumination, then OFF-RESET
5. Emergency Exits ....................................SECURE AND UNLOCKED
+6. Control Locks ......................................................................REMOVE
+7. Parking Brake ..............................................................................SET
8. Landing Gear Control ..............................................................DOWN
9. ELT (cockpit installations)...........................................................ARM
10. Condition Levers ........................................................FUEL CUTOFF
11. Trim Controls:
a. Elevator ............................................SET TO 2 UNITS NOSE UP
b. Rudder and Aileron .........................................SET TO 0 UNITS
12. Battery Bus ..............................................................................NORM
13. Voltmeter:
a. BAT Position ...............................................23 VOLTS MINIMUM
b. All Other Positions..........................................................0 VOLTS
+14. Battery ...........................................................................................ON
15. Landing Gear...............................[L], [R], & [NOSE] - ILLUMINATED
+16. Fuel Quantity.........................................CHECK MAIN & AUXILIARY
17. Voltmeter:
a. TPL FED .....................................................22 VOLTS MINIMUM
b. R GEN and L GEN .........................................................0 VOLTS
c. CTR.............................................................23 VOLTS MINIMUM
d. EXT PWR .......................................................................0 VOLTS
18. Gen Ties ........................................................................MAN CLOSE
19. Voltmeter .......................R GEN AND L GEN - 23 VOLTS MINIMUM
20. Flaps (if desired) ....................................................................CHECK
a. Move to and verify they stop at TAKEOFF AND APPROACH
b. Move to and verify they stop at DOWN
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PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

PREFLIGHT INSPECTION (Cont)


21. Airstair Door (B300) Circuitry (N-21) ......................................CHECK
+22. Battery (B300) .............................................................................OFF
23. Airstair Door (B300C) Circuitry (N-21) ...................................CHECK
+24. Battery (B300C)...........................................................................OFF
25. Oxygen System Preflight Inspection (N-21)....................COMPLETE
Left Wing and Nacelle
1. Cabin Door Seal, Step Extension Cable,
Light Wire, Damper, and Handrails ........................................CHECK
2. Left Side Windows .................................................................CHECK
3. Flaps (condition, asymmetry protection, and flap tracks) .............CHECK
4. Aileron and Tab......................................................................CHECK
5. Static Wicks (aileron and winglet) ..........................................CHECK
6. Siphon Break Vent..................................................................CLEAR
7. Lights......................................................................................CHECK
+8. Main Fuel Tank Cap ............................................................SECURE
9. Stall Warning Vane ................................................................CHECK
+10. Tie-down .............................................................................REMOVE
11. Flush Outboard Fuel Drain ......................................................DRAIN
12. Outboard Deice Boot and Stall Strip ......................................CHECK
13. Wing Panels.........................................................................SECURE
14. Leading-Edge Fuel Tank and Gravity-Line Drains ..................DRAIN
15. Inverter Cooling Louvers.........................................................CLEAR
16. Flush Fuel Vent and Heated Fuel Vent...................................CLEAR
+17. Landing Gear (doors, tires, strut, wheel well).........................CHECK
18. Engine Oil Vent.......................................................................CLEAR
19. Brake Line and Brake Deice Plumbing (if installed) ...............CHECK
20. Torque Knee Assembly and Safety Switch ............................CHECK
21. Brakes ....................................................................................CHECK
22. Fire Extinguisher Pressure.....................................................CHECK

FIRE EXTINGUISHER PRESSURE VS. TEMPERATURE


F
C

-40
-40

-20
-29

0
-18

20
-7

40
4

60
16

80
27

100
38

120
49

PSI
Range

190
to
240

220
to
275

250
to
315

290
to
365

340
to
420

390
to
480

455
to
550

525
to
635

605
to
730

+23. Chocks ................................................................................REMOVE


24. Fuel Strainer and Fuel Filter Drains.........................................DRAIN
25. Collector Drain ........................................................................CLEAR

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PREFLIGHT INSPECTION (Cont)


26. Ice Vane and Oil Radiator Exhaust.........................................CLEAR
27. Ice Light..................................................................................CHECK
+28. Engine Oil ..................................CHECK QUANTITY, CAP SECURE
29. Cowling Air Exhaust................................................................CLEAR
30. Engine Cowling, Doors, and Panels (left side) ....................SECURE
31. Exhaust Stack and Fairing
(if installed) (left side) ....................................CHECK FOR CRACKS
32. Top Cowling Camlocks (Left Side) ......................................SECURE
+33. Propeller..............................................................CHECK & ROTATE
34. Forward Air Intakes on Top Cowling.......................................CLEAR
35. Engine and Oil Radiator Air Intakes .......................................CHECK
36. Top Cowling Camlocks (right side) ......................................SECURE
37. Exhaust Stack and Fairing
(if installed) (right side) ..................................CHECK FOR CRACKS
38. Swing Check Valve Exhaust...................................................CLEAR
39. Generator Air Intake ...............................................................CLEAR
40. Engine Cowling, Doors, Panels, and VGs (right side) .........SECURE
+41. Auxiliary Fuel Tank Cap.......................................................SECURE
42. Hydraulic Gear Service Door ...............................................SECURE
43. Inboard Deice Boot ................................................................CHECK
44. Heat Exchanger Air Intake and Exhaust.................................CLEAR
45. Hydraulic Gear Overfill and Vent Lines...................................CLEAR
46. Auxiliary Fuel Tank Drain ........................................................DRAIN
47. Lower Antennas and Panels................................................SECURE
Nose
1. OAT Probe/Relief Tube Vent .................................................CHECK
2. Brake Reservoir Vent..............................................................CLEAR
3. Left Avionics Access Panel..................................................SECURE
4. Air Conditioner Condenser Exhaust Duct ...............................CLEAR
5. Windshield and Wipers ..........................................................CHECK
6. Radome Condition .................................................................CHECK
7. Pitot Masts ..............................................................................CLEAR
8. Landing and Taxi Lights .........................................................CHECK
+9. Nose Gear (shimmy damper, stop block,
torque knee, strut, tire) ...........................................................CHECK
+10. Chocks ................................................................................REMOVE
11. Nose Gear Doors and Wheel Well .........................................CHECK
12. Air Conditioner Condenser Intake Duct ..................................CLEAR
13. Right Avionics Access Panel ...............................................SECURE

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PREFLIGHT INSPECTION (Cont)


Right Wing and Nacelle
1. Ejector Exhaust.......................................................................CLEAR
2. Auxiliary Fuel Tank Drain ........................................................DRAIN
3. Battery Box Drain....................................................................CLEAR
4. Battery Air Inlet
(Airplanes Prior To FL-215 and FM-10)..................................CLEAR
5. Lower Panels .......................................................................SECURE
6. Heat Exchanger Air Intake and Exhaust.................................CLEAR
7. Inboard Deice Boot ................................................................CHECK
8. Battery Exhaust
(Airplanes Prior To FL-215 and FM-10)..................................CLEAR
9. Battery Access Panel...........................................................SECURE
+10. Auxiliary Fuel Tank Cap.......................................................SECURE
+11. Engine Oil ..................................CHECK QUANTITY, CAP SECURE
12. Cowling Air Exhaust................................................................CLEAR
13. Engine Cowling, Doors, and Panels (left side) ....................SECURE
14. Collector Drain ........................................................................CLEAR
15. Exhaust Stack and Fairing
(if installed) (left side) ....................................CHECK FOR CRACKS
16. Top Cowling Camlocks (left side) ........................................SECURE
+17. Propeller.........................................................CHECK AND ROTATE
18. Forward Air Intakes on Top Cowling.......................................CLEAR
19. Engine and Oil Radiator Air Intakes .......................................CHECK
20. Top Cowling Camlocks (right side) ......................................SECURE
21. Exhaust Stack and Fairing
(if installed) (right side) ..................................CHECK FOR CRACKS
22. Swing Check Valve Exhaust...................................................CLEAR
23. Generator Air Intake ...............................................................CLEAR
24. Engine Cowling, Doors, and Panels (right side) ..................SECURE
25. Ice Light..................................................................................CHECK
26. Oil Radiator and Ice Vane Exhaust.........................................CLEAR
27. Fuel Filter and Fuel Strainer Drains.........................................DRAIN
+28. Landing Gear (doors, tires, strut, wheel well) ........................CHECK
29. Fire Extinguisher Pressure.....................................................CHECK
30. Engine Oil Vent.......................................................................CLEAR
31. Brake Line and Brake Deice Plumbing (if installed) ...............CHECK
32. Torque Knee Assembly and Safety Switch ............................CHECK
33. Brakes ....................................................................................CHECK
+34. Chocks ................................................................................REMOVE
35. Heated Fuel Vent and Flush Fuel Vent...................................CLEAR
36. Inverter Cooling Louvers.........................................................CLEAR
37. Gravity-Line and Leading-Edge Fuel Tank Drains ..................DRAIN
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PREFLIGHT INSPECTION (Cont)


38. External Power Door............................................................SECURE
39. Outboard Deice Boot and Stall Strip ......................................CHECK
+40. Tie-down .............................................................................REMOVE
41. Flush Outboard Fuel Drain ......................................................DRAIN
42. Wing Panels.........................................................................SECURE
+43. Main Fuel Tank Cap ............................................................SECURE
44. Lights......................................................................................CHECK
45. Static Wicks (winglet and aileron) ..........................................CHECK
46. Siphon Break Vent .................................................................CHECK
47. Aileron ....................................................................................CHECK
48. Flaps (condition, asymmetry protection, flap tracks,
limit switches, position transmitter) ........................................CHECK
49. Right Side Windows ...............................................................CHECK
Right Aft Fuselage
1. Lower Antennas and Beacon .................................................CHECK
2. Oxygen Service Access Door ..............................................SECURE
3. Static Ports .............................................................................CLEAR
4. ELT (aft fuselage installations) .................................................AUTO
5. ELT Antenna ..........................................................................CHECK
6. Aft Compartment Bottom Access Door................................SECURE
+7. Tie-down .............................................................................REMOVE
8. Ventral Fin Drain Holes...........................................................CLEAR
9. Cabin Air Exhaust ...................................................................CLEAR
10. Access Panel .......................................................................SECURE
Tail
1. Ventral Fin and Static Wick ....................................................CHECK
2. VOR Antennas (right and left) ................................................CHECK
3. Rudder, Rudder Tab, Stinger and Static Wicks .....................CHECK
4. Horizontal Stabilizer, Boots, and
Static Wicks (right and left) ....................................................CHECK
5. Elevator, Tab, and Static Wicks .............................................CHECK
6. Tabs In Neutral Position ........................................................VERIFY
7. Position Light, Tail Floodlights (if installed)
(left and right) .........................................................................CHECK
Left Aft Fuselage
1. Access Panels .....................................................................SECURE
2. Static Ports .............................................................................CLEAR
3. Oxygen Overpressure Discharge and
Aft Compartment Drain Tubes ................................................CLEAR
4. Relief Tube .............................................................................CLEAR

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BEFORE ENGINE STARTING


NOTE
Items marked with an * may be omitted at pilots
discretion after the first flight of each day.
1. Weight, CG, Performance, and V-Speeds ........................CHECKED

WARNING
Only a crew member or properly trained ground
personnel should close and lock the airstair door and
cargo door (if installed).
2. Airstair Door (B300) (N-24) ..................................................LOCKED
3. Cargo Door (B300C) (N-24).................................................LOCKED
4. Airstair Door (B300C) (N-24) ...............................................LOCKED
5. Load and Baggage ..........................................CONFlRM SECURED
6. Passenger Briefing..........................................................COMPLETE
7. Seats and Tables ..........................................................POSlTlONED
a. All Seats Seat backs upright; Headrests fully extended
b. Lateral-tracking seats Outboard position
c. Tables Stowed
8. Pilot Seats and Rudder Pedals........................................ADJUSTED
9. Seat Belts and Shoulder Harnesses................................FASTENED
10. Parking Brake ............................................................CONFIRM SET
11. Control Locks..................................................CONFIRM REMOVED
*12. Oxygen System Preflight
Inspection (N-21)...........................................CONFlRM COMPLETE
13. Fuel Panel ..............................................................................CHECK
a. Standby Pumps .....................................................................OFF
b. Crossfeed ..............................................................................OFF
c. Aux Transfer Switches........................................................AUTO
d. Circuit Breakers.........................................................................IN
14. Pilots Instrument Panel and Subpanel ..................................CHECK
a. Pilots Gyro ..........................................................SLAVED (OUT)
*b. Standby Horizon (if installed)...............................................TEST
c. Battery Bus ......................................................CONFIRM NORM
d. Engine Anti-Ice...........................................................ON & MAIN
e. Landing Gear Relay Circuit Breaker .........................................IN
f. Landing Gear Control ........................................................DOWN
*g. Clock (control wheel) ............................................CHECK & SET
15. Power Console and Pedestal.................................................CHECK
a. Power Levers ........................................................................lDLE
b. Prop Levers ......................................................FULL FORWARD

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BEFORE ENGINE STARTING (Cont)


c. Condition Levers ..................................................FUEL CUTOFF
d. Oxygen Controls:
1) Passenger Manual Drop-Out .........CONFIRM PUSHED OFF
2) System Ready .................................................CONFIRM ON
e. EFIS Power (if installed) ........................................................OFF
f. Landing Gear Alternate Extension Handle....................STOWED
16. Copilots Subpanel and Instrument Panel ..............................CHECK
a. Window Defog .......................................................................OFF
b. Vent Blower ........................................................................AUTO
c. Cabin Temp Mode .................................................................OFF
d. Environmental Bleed Air .......................................................LOW
e. Bleed Air Valves ........................................................ENVIR OFF
f. Aft Blower ..............................................................................OFF
g. Electric Heat ..........................................................................OFF
h. Aft Heat ................................................................AS REQUIRED
i. Copilots Gyro ......................................................SLAVED (OUT)
*j. Clock (control wheel) ............................................CHECK & SET
17. Right Panel Circuit Breakers ...........................................................IN
*18. Pilots Static Air Source .......................................................NORMAL
19. Battery ...........................................................................................ON
*20. Annunciators..............................................................................TEST
*21. Fuel System (N-24) ................................................................CHECK
22. Fuel Quantity (Main and Auxiliary) .........................................CHECK
23. Pilots Subpanel .....................................................................CHECK
*a. Landing Gear Control Lights................................................TEST
*b. Hydraulic Fluid Sensor ........................................................TEST
[HYD FLUID LO ] ILLUMINATED
c. Beacon ....................................................................................ON
*24. Copilots Subpanel .................................................................CHECK
*a. Cabin Altitude Warning........................................................TEST
[CABIN ALT Hl] &
[CABIN ALTITUDE] ILLUMINATED
(note aural warning)
*b. Cabin Differential Warning...................................................TEST
[CABIN DIFF Hl] ILLUMINATED
*c. Overspeed Warning.............................................................TEST
(note aural warning)
*d. Stall and Landing Gear Warning .........................................TEST
(note aural warning)
*e. Fire Detector and Extinguisher ............................................TEST
Left & Right [ENG FIRE] ILLUMINATED
Left & Right [EXTINGUISHER PUSH] &
[DISCHARGED] ILLUMINATED

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PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

ENGINE STARTING (BATTERY)


1. Gen Ties (for night operation)........................................MAN CLOSE
2. Propeller Area.........................................................................CLEAR
3. Right Ignition and Engine Start......................................................ON
[R IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED
[R FUEL PRES LO] EXTINGUISHED
4. Right Condition Lever (after 12% N1, minimum)................LOW IDLE
5. Right ITT and N1 ................................................................MONITOR
(1000 C maximum)
6. Right Oil Pressure ..................................................................CHECK
7. Right Ignition and Engine Start (at 50% N1 or above) .................OFF
8. Right Condition Lever .......................................................HIGH IDLE
9. Right Generator ....................................................RESET, THEN ON
[R DC GEN], [L GEN TIE OPEN]
& [R GEN TIE OPEN] EXTINGUISHED
10. Battery .................................................................................CHARGE
(until loadmeter reads
approximately 50% or less)
11. Left Ignition and Engine Start ........................................................ON
[L IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED
[L FUEL PRES LO] EXTINGUISHED
12. Left Condition Lever (after 12% N1, minimum) ..................LOW IDLE
13. Left ITT and N1 ..................................................................MONITOR
(1000 C maximum)
14. Left Oil Pressure ....................................................................CHECK
15. Left Ignition and Engine Start (at 50% N1 or above)....................OFF
16. Right Condition Lever..................................REDUCE TO LOW IDLE
17. Left and Right Prop RPM...........................................1050 MINIMUM
18. [L PROP PITCH] and [R PROP PITCH] .....................ILLUMINATED
19. Voltmeter..................................................................................L GEN
(voltmeter 27.5 TO 29.0 volts)
20. Left Generator ......................................................RESET, THEN ON
[L DC GEN] EXTINGUISHED
21. Right Generator ....................................................RESET, THEN ON
[L GEN TIE OPEN] & [R GEN TIE OPEN]
REMAIN EXTINGUISHED WITH SWITCH
IN THE RESET POSITION

OCTOBER 2000

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ENGINE STARTING (EXTERNAL POWER)


Expanded Procedure on Page N-25.

HOT START OR HUNG START


1. Condition Lever..........................................................FUEL CUTOFF
2. Ignition and Engine Start.........................................STARTER ONLY
3. ITT Below 400C .................IGNITION AND ENGINE START OFF
4. Do not attempt another start until the cause of the hot start or hung
start has been corrected.

NO LIGHT START
If no ITT rise is observed within 10 seconds after moving the Condition
Lever to LOW IDLE:
1. Condition Lever..........................................................FUEL CUTOFF
2. Ignition and Engine Start .............................................................OFF
3. Allow 5 minutes for fuel to drain and starter to cool, then follow
ENGINE CLEARING Procedure.

ENGINE CLEARING
1. Condition Lever..........................................................FUEL CUTOFF
2. Ignition and Engine Start.........................................STARTER ONLY
(for a maximum of 30 seconds)
3. Ignition and Engine Start .............................................................OFF
4. Allow 5 minutes before attempting another start.

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FEBRUARY 2007

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

BEFORE TAXI
NOTE
Items marked with an * may be omitted at pilots
discretion after the first flight of each day.
*1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.

9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.

15.
16.

17.

EIectrical System (N-26) ........................................................CHECK


Inverters (N-27) ............................................................CHECK & ON
Avionics Master .............................................................................ON
Master Panel and Cockpit Lights ...............................AS REQUIRED
Mic Switches .......................................................................NORMAL
Cabin Lights ...............................................................AS REQUIRED
Furnishings ................................................................AS REQUIRED
Cabin Sign:
a. Standard Configuration...........................................NO SMK/FSB
b. No Smoking Configuration.....................................................FSB
Standby Horizon (if installed) ........................................................ON
Prop Sync......................................................................................ON
Exterior Lights ............................................................AS REQUIRED
EFIS Power (if installed)................................................................ON
Environmental System Controls (N-28) .......................................SET
Flight and Engine Instruments ...............................................CHECK
a. Altimeters ................................................................................SET
b. Standby Horizon (if installed) .........................................UNCAGE
Flaps ..............................................................................................UP
Flight Controls...................................CHECK FOR FULL FREEDOM
OF MOVEMENT AND PROPER
DIRECTION OF TRAVEL
Brakes ...............................................................RELEASE & CHECK

BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP)


NOTE
Items marked with an * may be omitted at pilots
discretion after the first flight of each day.
1.
2.
3.
*4.
*5.
6.
7.
8.
*9.

Avionics and Radar ................................................................CHECK


Pressurization (N-29)...................CHECK AS REQUIRED AND SET
Autopilot (N-29) ......................................................................CHECK
Yaw Damp (N-30) ..................................................................CHECK
EIectric Pitch Trim (N-30 ........................................................CHECK
Trim Tabs.....................................................................................SET
Engine Controls Friction Locks ....................................................SET
Flaps......................................................................CHECK AND SET
Overspeed Governors and Rudder Boost (N-30)...................CHECK

*10. Low Pitch Stops and Primary Governors (N-31) ....................CHECK


*11. Autofeather (N-31) .................................................................CHECK
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BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP) (Cont)


12. Autofeather .................................................................................ARM
[AUTOFTHER OFF] EXTINGUISHED
13. Manual Propeller Feathering..................................................CHECK
*14. Instrument Vacuum and Deice Pressure (N-32) ....................CHECK
*15. Engine Anti-ice (N-32)............................................................CHECK
16. Ice Protection Equipment (if required) (N-33) ........................CHECK
17. Fuel Quantity, Flight, and Engine Instruments .......................CHECK
18. V1, VR, V2, Static Take-Off Power ......................................CONFIRM

BEFORE TAKEOFF (FINAL ITEMS)


1. Engine Auto Ignition ................................................ARM (if required)
[L IGNITION ON] & [R IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED if armed
2. Engine Anti-ice...........................................................AS REQUIRED
[L ENG ANTI-ICE] & [R ENG ANTI-ICE] ILLUMINATED, if ON
3. Exterior Lights ............................................................AS REQUIRED
4. Ice Protection .............................................................AS REQUIRED
a. Windshield Anti-ice................................NORMAL/HI (if required)
b. Prop Deice.......................................................AUTO (if required)
c. Left and Right Fuel Vent Heat .................................................ON
d. Stall Warning Heat ..................................................................ON
e. Left and Right Pitot Heat .........................................................ON
5. Transponder.................................................................................ALT
6. Prop Levers ..........................................CONFIRM FULL FORWARD
7. Trim............................................................................CONFIRM SET
8. Flaps ..........................................................................CONFIRM SET
9. Environmental Bleed Air ..............................................................SET
a. OAT above 10C ..................................................................LOW
b. OAT at or below 10C ...................................................NORMAL
10. Bleed Air Valves.........................................................AS REQUIRED
11. Electric Heat ................................................................................OFF
[ELEC HEAT ON] EXTINGUISHED
12. Aft Blower...................................................................AS REQUIRED
13. Interior Lights .............................................................AS REQUIRED
14. Generator Load ......................................................................CHECK
a. When OAT is greater than 10C:
1) A/C ON: Loadmeters must be 30% or less
2) A/C OFF: Loadmeters must be 50% or less
15. Battery Ammeter (Airplanes FL-215 thru FL-382,
except FL-381; FM-10 and FM-11)...............CHECK (charge current
10 amps or less if required)
16. Annunciators ................................................OFF OR CONSIDERED
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TAKEOFF
WARNING
Do not cycle boots during takeoff.
1. Brakes.......................................................................................HOLD
2. Power Levers.................................SET STATIC TAKEOFF POWER
(observe ITT limits)
3. Autofeather Annunciators ...........................................ILLUMINATED
4. Brakes ................................................................................RELEASE
5. VR .............................................ROTATE TO APPROXIMATELY 10
6. Landing Gear (when positive climb established) .......................... UP
7. Airspeed .................MAINTAIN V35 UNTIL CLEAR OF OBSTACLES
8. Flaps (at 125 knots, minimum) ......................................................UP

ROLLING TAKEOFF
1. Brakes ................................................................................RELEASE
2. Power Levers.................................SET STATIC TAKEOFF POWER
(within 10 seconds of brake release;
observe ITT limits)
3. Autofeather Annunciators ...........................................ILLUMINATED
4. VR .............................................ROTATE TO APPROXIMATELY 10
5. Landing Gear (when positive climb established) ...........................UP
6. Airspeed .................MAINTAIN V35 UNTIL CLEAR OF OBSTACLES
7. Flaps (at 125 knots, minimum) ......................................................UP

CLIMB
1. Bleed Air Valves .......................................................................OPEN
2. Environmental Bleed Air ............................................AS REQUIRED
3. Yaw Damp.....................................................................................ON
4. Climb Power ................................................................................SET
5. Props ...................................................1600 RPM, OR AS DESIRED
6. Windshield Anti-Ice..............................................................NORMAL
7. Engine Instruments............................................................MONITOR
8. Cabin Sign .................................................................AS REQUIRED
9. Pressurization ........................................................................CHECK
10. Lights .........................................................................AS REQUIRED

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CRUISE
WARNING
Do not lift Power Levers in flight
1. Cruise Power..........................................SET PER CRUISE POWER
TABLES OR GRAPHS
2. Autofeather ..................................................................................OFF
3. Aft Blower...................................................................AS REQUIRED
4. Engine Instruments............................................................MONITOR
5. Fuel Gages ........................................................................MONITOR
(ensure that fuel is being
transferred from auxiliary tanks)
Icing Conditions

WARNING
Due to distortion of the wing airfoil, an accumulation of one
inch of ice on the leading edges can cause a loss in rate of
climb of 500 FPM, a cruise speed reduction of up to 75
knots TAS, as well as a significant buffet and stall speed
increase (up to 15 knots IAS). Even after cycling the deicing
boots, the ice accumulation remaining on the boots and
unprotected areas of the airplane can cause large
performance losses. For the same reason, the aural stall
warning system may not be accurate and should not be
relied upon. However, with ice accumulation on the airplane,
significant aerodynamic buffet will occur in advance of the
stall. Maintain a comfortable margin of airspeed above the
normal stall airspeed. In order to minimize ice accumulation
on unprotected surfaces of the wing, maintain a minimum of
140 knots during operations in sustained icing conditions. In
the event of windshield icing, reduce airspeed to 226 knots
or below. Prior to a landing approach, cycle the deicing
boots to shed any accumulated ice.
1. Engine Ice Protection
When visible moisture is encountered at + 5 C and below, or:
At night when freedom from visible moisture is not assured at +5 C and below
(operation of strobe lights will sometimes show ice crystals not normally visible).
a. Engine Anti-ice ........................................................................ON
[L ENG ANTI-ICE] &
[R ENG ANTI-ICE] ILLUMINATED
b. Check for proper operation by noting torque drop.

WARNING
If in doubt, actuate the Engine Anti-ice System. Engine
icing can occur even though no surface icing is present. If
freedom from visible moisture can not be assured, engine
ice protection should be activated. Visible moisture is
moisture in any form; clouds, ice crystals, snow, rain, sleet,
hail or any combination of these.

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OCTOBER 2000

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

CRUISE (Cont)
2. Engine Auto-lgnition....................................................................ARM
3. Prop Deice ................................................................................AUTO
a. The system may be operated continuously in flight, and will
function automatically until the switch is turned off.
b. Relieve propeller imbalance due to ice by increasing rpm briefly
and returning to the desired setting. Repeat as necessary.
4. Surface Deice

WARNING
All components of the surface deice system must be
monitored during icing flight to ensure the system is
functioning normally. These components include:
Pneumatic Pressure Gage. The gage should indicate
12.020.0 psi before boots are activated. The pressure
will momentarily decrease when the boots are
activated.
Gyro Suction Gage. The gage should indicate in the
area of the green arc corresponding to the airplane
altitude. The vacuum will momentarily decrease when
the boots are activated.
WING DEICE & TAIL DEICE annunciators. The WING
DEICE annunciator will illuminate within 6 seconds and
the TAIL DEICE annunciator will illuminate within 10
seconds of switch activation when using the SINGLE
mode. All annunciators will illuminate within 6 seconds
of switch activation when using the MANUAL mode.
Pneumatic Boots. Visually monitor the boots, where
possible, to ensure ice is being removed.
If either surface deice annunciator fails to illuminate or
extinguish during a boot cycle, refer to Surface Deice
Failure in ABNORMAL PROCEDURES.

When Ice Accumulates To 1/2 To 1 Inch:


a. Surface Deice Switch ............................SINGLE AND RELEASE
[WING DEICE] & [TAIL DEICE] ILLUMINATED,
THEN EXTINGUISHED
b. Repeat as required.
If Single Position Of The Surface Deice Switch Fails:
c. Surface Deice ......................................MANUAL & HOLD UNTIL
[WING DEICE] & [TAIL DEICE] ILLUMINATE
(within 6 seconds), THEN RELEASE
d. Repeat as required.
5. Windshield Anti-ice .........................................................NORMAL/HI
6. Left and Right Fuel Vent Heat .......................................................ON
7. Left and Right Pitot Heat ...............................................................ON
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CRUISE (Cont)
8. Stall Warn Heat .............................................................................ON
9. Wing Ice Lights ..........................................................AS REQUIRED
10. Alternate Static Source ................SEE ABNORMAL PROCEDURES

DESCENT
1. Pressurization ..............................................................................SET
a. Cabin Altitude ........................................................................SET
b. Rate Control............................................................AS DESIRED
2. Altimeter.......................................................................................SET
PRESSURIZATION CONTROLLER SETTING FOR LANDING

Closest
Altimeter
Setting

Add to Airport
Elevation

Closest
Altimeter
Setting (Cont)

Add to Airport
Elevation
(Cont)

28.00

+2400

29.50

+900

28.10

+2300

29.60

+800

28.20

+2200

29.70

+700

28.30

+2100

29.80

+600

28.40

+2000

29.90

+500

28.50

+1900

30.00

+400

28.60

+1800

30.10

+300

28.70

+1700

30.20

+200

28.80

+1600

30.30

+100

28.90

+1500

30.40

29.00

+1400

30.50

-100

29.10

+1300

30.60

-200

29.20

+1200

30.70

-300

29.30

+1100

30.80

-400

29.40

+1000

30.90

-500

3. Cabin Sign .................................................................AS REQUIRED


4. Windshield Anti-ice ....................................................AS REQUIRED
5. Windshield Defrost.....................................................AS REQUIRED
6. Window Defog............................................................AS REQUIRED
7. Fuel Balance ..........................................................................CHECK
8. Seats and Tables..........................................................POSITIONED
a. All Seats Seatbacks upright; Headrests fully extended
b. Lateral-tracking Seats Outboard position
c. Tables Stowed

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SEPTEMBER 2001

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

BEFORE LANDING
1. Approach Speeds ..............................................................CONFIRM
Landing (VREF)
Approach Climb (VREF + 10 Knots)
Balked Landing (VREF)
LANDING APPROACH SPEED
LANDING WT LBS (KGS)

VREF KNOTS

15,000 (6804)

109

14,000 (6350)

105

13,000 (5897)

102

12,000 (5443)

100

11,000 (4989)

100

10,000 (4536)

100

2. Autofeather .................................................................................ARM
3. Environmental Bleed Air .............................................................LOW
4. Cabin Sign
a. Standard Configuration...........................................NO SMK/FSB
b. No Smoking Configuration.....................................................FSB
5. Flaps...............................................................................APPROACH
6. Landing Gear...........................................................................DOWN
7. Exterior and Interior Lights.........................................AS REQUIRED
8. Radar .........................................................................AS REQUIRED
9. Surface Deice ............................................................AS REQUIRED

NORMAL LANDING
1. Flaps........................................................................................DOWN
2. Airspeed ......................................................................................VREF
3. Yaw Damp ...................................................................................OFF
4. Power Levers..............................................................................IDLE
5. Prop Levers ............................................................FULL FORWARD
After Touchdown:
6. Power Levers.............................LlFT AND SELECT GROUND FINE
7. Brakes........................................................................AS REQUIRED

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STEEP APPROACH LANDING


Prior to the Final Approach Fix, or no later than 3 nm from the runway during
a visual approach:
1. TAWS (if installed) ...........ACTIVATE STEEP APPROACH SWITCH
2. Prop Levers ............................................................FULL FORWARD
3. Flaps..............................................................................FULL DOWN
4. Airpseed.....................................................................................VREF
Prior to Landing:
5. Yaw Damp ...................................................................................OFF
6. Power Levers..............................................................................IDLE
After Touchdown:
7. Power Levers.............................LIFT AND SELECT GROUND FINE
8. Brakes........................................................................AS REQUIRED

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PILOT NOTES

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MAXIMUM REVERSE THRUST LANDING


1. Flaps........................................................................................DOWN
2. Airspeed ......................................................................................VREF
3. Yaw Damp ...................................................................................OFF
4. Condition Levers...............................................................HIGH IDLE
5. Power Levers ..............................................................................lDLE
6. Prop Levers ............................................................FULL FORWARD
After Touchdown:
7. Power Levers ..........................................LIFT THROUGH GROUND
FINE AND LIFT TO REVERSE
8. Brakes........................................................................AS REQUIRED
9. Condition Levers................................................................LOW IDLE

BALKED LANDING
1. Power..........................................................MAXlMUM ALLOWABLE
2. Airspeed ....................................................................MAINTAIN VREF
(when clear of obstacles, establish a normal climb)
3. Flaps (at VREF + 10 knots) ..............................................APPROACH
4. Landing Gear (when a positive climb is established).....................UP
5. Flaps (at 125 knots, minimum) ......................................................UP

AFTER LANDING
1. Engine Auto-Ignition ....................................................................OFF
2. Engine Anti-ice ..............................................................................ON
3. Lights .........................................................................AS REQUIRED
4. Ice Protection...............................................................................OFF
5. Transponder ......................................................................STANDBY
6. Radar ..................................................................STANDBY OR OFF
7. Trim..............................................................................................SET
8. Flaps ..............................................................................................UP
9. Pressurization Differential...................................................VERIFY 0
10. Bleed Air Valves ..............................................................ENVIR OFF

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OCTOBER 2000

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

SHUTDOWN AND SECURING


1. Parking Brake ..............................................................................SET
2. Electric Heat ................................................................................OFF
3. EFIS Power (if installed) ..............................................................OFF
4. Standby Horizon (if installed) .....................................CAGED & OFF
5. Avionics Master ...........................................................................OFF
6. Inverters.......................................................................................OFF
7. Autofeather ..................................................................................OFF
8. Exterior Lights..............................................................................OFF
9. Vent Blower ..............................................................................AUTO
10. Cabin Temp Mode .......................................................................OFF
11. Aft Blower ....................................................................................OFF
12. Aft Heat .........................................................................AS DESIRED
13. Oxygen Controls...............................................................PUSH OFF
14. Battery ..............................................................................CHARGED
15. Brake Deice (if installed, last flight of the day) ..........ON, THEN OFF
a. [L BK DEICE ON] & [R BK DEICE ON].................ILLUMINATED
(when the brake deice is turned on)
b. [L BK DEICE ON] & [R BK DEICE ON] .............EXTINGUISHED
(when the brake deice is turned off)
16. ITT ...................................STABILIZED AT MINIMUM OBTAINABLE
TEMPERATURE FOR ONE MINUTE
17. Instrument Emergency Lights
(if desired for a night shutdown) ....................................................ON
18. Condition Levers ........................................................FUEL CUTOFF
19. Prop Levers........................................................................FEATHER
20. Overhead Panel Switches ...........................................................OFF
21. Battery and Generator Switches (below 15% N1)........................OFF
22. Control Locks .......................................................................INSTALL
23. Instrument Emergency Lights......................................................OFF
24. Tie-downs and Chocks.........................................................INSTALL
25. External Covers....................................................................INSTALL
26. Parking Brake ..............................................................................OFF
27. Baggage Compartment Lights.....................................................OFF
28. Cabin Entry Lights .......................................................................OFF

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EXPANDED PROCEDURES
NOTE
Items marked with an * may be omitted at pilots
discretion after the first flight of each day.

*AIRSTAIR DOOR CIRCUITRY CHECK (B300)


Perform Annunciator Circuitry Check With Battery Switch ON:
1. Airstair Door Closed And Locked
[DOOR UNLOCKED] ...............................................EXTINGUISHED
2. Airstair Door Closed, But Not Locked
[DOOR UNLOCKED] ..................................................ILLUMINATED
3. Airstair Door Open And Mechanism In Locked Position
[DOOR UNLOCKED] ..................................................ILLUMINATED
RETURN TO PAGE N-4, STEP 22

*AIRSTAIR DOOR CIRCUITRY CHECK (B300C)


Perform Annunciator Circuitry Check With Battery Switch ON:
1. Cargo Door.........................................................CONFIRM LOCKED
2. Airstair Door Open
[DOOR UNLOCKED] ..................................................ILLUMINATED
3. Airstair Door Closed and Locked
[DOOR UNLOCKED] ...............................................EXTINGUISHED
4. Battery .........................................................................................OFF
5. Airstair Door Closed, but Not Latched
[DOOR UNLOCKED] ..................................................ILLUMINATED
6. Airstair Door Open
[DOOR UNLOCKED] ...............................................EXTINGUISHED
RETURN TO PAGE N-4, STEP 24

*OXYGEN SYSTEM PREFLIGHT INSPECTION


1. Passenger Manual Drop-Out............................................PUSH OFF
2. System Ready .....................................................................PULL ON
3. Oxygen Masks (Pilot & Copilot) .............................................CHECK
a. Select EMER Position .................CHECK CONTINUOUS FLOW
b. Set 100%
4. Oxygen Duration............................................................DETERMINE
(SEE PAGE N-22)
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PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

*OXYGEN DURATION
NOTE
A bottle pressure of 1850 psig at 15 C is fully charged
(100% capacity). Read duration directly from the
following table.
1. Read the oxygen pressure from the gage.
2. Read the IOAT (with battery on). (Assume IOAT to be equal to
BOTTLE TEMPERATURE.)
3. Determine the percent of usable capacity from the following graph
(e.g., 1100 psig at 0 C = 57%)
4. Compute the oxygen duration in minutes from the following table by
multiplying the full bottle duration by the percent of usable capacity, e.g.,
a. Pilot and copilot with masks set at 100% plus 6 passengers = 10
people using oxygen.

NOTE
Pilot and copilot are each counted as 2 people with the
diluter demand masks set at the 100% or EMERG mode.
b. Cylinder volume = 115 cubic feet.
c. Duration with full bottle = 73 minutes.
d. Duration with 57% capacity = .57 x 73 = 41 minutes.

SEPTEMBER 2001

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*OXYGEN DURATION (Cont)


Oxygen Available With Partially Full Bottle

Oxygen Duration With Full Bottle (100% Capacity)


STATED
CYLINDER

*NUMBER OF PEOPLE USING


1

SIZE
CU FT

LITERS

DURATION IN MINUTES

50

1416

317

158

105

79

63

52

45

39

35

77

2181

488

244

162

122

97

81

69

61

54

115

3257

732

366

244

183

146

122

104

91

81

STATED

*NUMBER OF PEOPLE USING

CYLINDER

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

SIZE
CU FT

LITERS

DURATION IN MINUTES

50

1416

31

28

26

24

22

21

19

18

77

2181

48

44

40

37

34

32

30

28

115

3257

73

66

61

56

52

48

45

43

*The pilot and copilot are each counted as 2 people with crew masks set at the
100% or EMERG mode.

RETURN TO PAGE N-4, STEP 1 OR


PAGE N-8, STEP 13.

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JULY 2002

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

LOCKING THE AIRSTAIR DOOR (B300)


1. Close and lock the door.
2. Check the position of the safety arm and diaphragm plunger.
3. Check that the green index marks on each of the 4 latch bolts align
within the indicator windows.
4. Check the engagement of both upper door hooks by means of the
illuminated viewing ports.
5. Attempt to turn handle to unlocked position without depressing the
release button.
RETURN TO PAGE N-8, STEP 3

LOCKING THE CARGO DOOR (B300C)


1. Check upper handle position closed and latched. (Observe through
the handle access cover window.)
2. Check that the orange index marks on each of the four rotary cam
locks align within the indicator windows.
3. Check lower pin latch handle position closed and latched. (Observe
through the handle access cover window.)
4. Check that the orange-colored indicator aligns with orange stripe on
carrier rod. (Observe through window at lower left corner.)
RETURN TO PAGE N-8, STEP 4

LOCKING THE AIRSTAIR DOOR (B300C)


1. Close and lock the door.
2. Check the position of the safety arm and diaphragm plunger. (Lift
the door step)
3. Check that the orange index marks on each of the six rotary cam
locks align within the indicator windows.
RETURN TO PAGE N-8, STEP 5

*FUEL SYSTEM
1. Firewall Fuel Valves ...............................................................CLOSE
Left & Right [EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] ILLUMINATED
2. Standby Pumps .............................................................................ON
[L FUEL PRES LO] & [R FUEL PRES LO] ILLUMINATED
3. Firewall Fuel Valves .................................................................OPEN
Left & Right [EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] EXTINGUISHED
[L FUEL PRES LO] & [R FUEL PRES LO] EXTINGUISHED

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*FUEL SYSTEM (Cont)


4. Standby Pumps ...........................................................................OFF
[L FUEL PRES LO] & [R FUEL PRES LO] ILLUMINATED
5. Crossfeed ...................................ALTERNATELY LEFT AND RIGHT
[FUEL CROSSFEED] ILLUMINATED
[L FUEL PRES LO] & [R FUEL PRES LO] EXTINGUISHED
6. Crossfeed ....................................................................................OFF
7. Fuel Quantity .............................................................................TEST
[L FUEL QTY] & [R FUEL QTY] ILLUMINATED
RETURN TO PAGE N-9, STEP 22

ENGINE STARTING (EXTERNAL POWER)

CAUTION
NEVER CONNECT AN EXTERNAL POWER
SOURCE TO THE AIRPLANE UNLESS A BATTERY
INDICATING A CHARGE OF AT LEAST 20 VOLTS IS
IN THE AIRPLANE. If the battery voltage is less than
20 volts, the battery must be recharged, or replaced
with a battery indicating at least 20 volts, before
connecting external power.

1. Battery .............................................................................VERIFY ON
2. Gen Ties (for night operation)........................................MAN CLOSE
3. Voltmeter ..............................................BAT- 20.0 VOLTS MINIMUM
4. External Power ..............................................................VERlFY OFF
5. Avionics Master .............................................................VERlFY OFF
6. Left and Right Generators .............................................VERlFY OFF
7. Battery Bus ................................................................VERIFY NORM
8. Beacon ............................................................................VERIFY ON
9. External Power Source.....................................................TURN OFF
CONNECT TO AIRPLANE; TURN ON
10. Voltmeter .......................................EXT PWR - 28.0 TO 28.4 VOLTS
11. External Power ..............................................................................ON
[EXT PWR] ILLUMINATED
12. Prop Levers........................................................................FEATHER
13. Propeller Area.........................................................................CLEAR
14. Right Ignition and Engine Start......................................................ON
[R IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED
[R FUEL PRES LO] EXTINGUISHED
15. Right Condition Lever (after 12% N1, minimum)................LOW IDLE
16. Right ITT and N1 ................................................................MONITOR
(1000 C maximum)
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ENGINE STARTING (EXTERNAL POWER) (Cont)


17. Right Oil Pressure ..................................................................CHECK
18. Right Ignition and Engine Start (at 50% N1 or above) .................OFF
19. Left Ignition and Engine Start ........................................................ON
[L IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED
[L FUEL PRES LO] EXTINGUISHED
20. Left Condition Lever (after 12% N1, minimum) ..................LOW IDLE
21. Left ITT and N1 ..................................................................MONITOR
(1000 C maximum)
22. Left Oil Pressure ....................................................................CHECK
23. Left Ignition and Engine Start (at 50% N1 or above)....................OFF
24. External Power ............................................................................OFF
25. External Power Source.....................................................TURN OFF
DISCONNECT FROM AIRPLANE;
SECURE DOOR
26. [EXT PWR] ................................................VERIFY EXTINGUISHED
27. Right Generator ....................................................RESET, THEN ON
[R DC GEN], [L GEN TIE OPEN]
& [R GEN TIE OPEN] EXTINGUISHED
28. Voltmeter..................................................................................L GEN
(voltmeter 27.5 to 29.0 volts)
29. Left Generator ......................................................RESET, THEN ON
[L DC GEN] EXTINGUISHED
30. Right Generator ....................................................RESET, THEN ON
[L GEN TIE OPEN] & [R GEN TIE OPEN] REMAIN
EXTINGUISHED WITH SWITCH IN THE RESET POSITION
31. Prop Levers ............................................................FULL FORWARD
32. Left and Right Prop RPM...........................................1050 MINIMUM
33. [L PROP PITCH] & [R PROP PITCH] .........................ILLUMINATED
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAXI, STEP 1

*ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
1. Gen Ties ...................................................................................OPEN
[L GEN TIE OPEN] & [R GEN TIE OPEN] ILLUMINATED
2. Voltmeter:
a. TPL FED .....................................................26.5 TO 28.0 VOLTS
b. R GEN and L GEN......................................27.5 TO 29.0 VOLTS
(within 1.0 volt of each other)
c. CTR ............................................................23 VOLTS MINIMUM

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*ELECTRICAL SYSTEM (Cont)


3. Gen Ties ..................................................................................NORM
[L GEN TIE OPEN] & [R GEN TIE OPEN] EXTINGUISHED
4. Bus Sense................................................MOMENTARILY TO TEST
[L GEN TIE OPEN], [R GEN TIE OPEN]
& [BAT TIE OPEN] ILLUMINATED
5. Voltmeter ..................................................................CTR 0 VOLTS
6. Bus Sense .............................................MOMENTARILY TO RESET
[L GEN TIE OPEN], [R GEN TIE OPEN]
& [BAT TIE OPEN] EXTINGUISHED
7. Voltmeter ................................................CTR - 27.5 TO 29.0 VOLTS
8. Generator Load ...................OBSERVE PARALLELED WITHIN 10%
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAXI, STEP 2

INVERTERS
NOTE
Items marked with an * may be omitted at pilots
discretion after the first flight of each day.
1. Both Inverters ................................................................................ON
[#1 AC BUS] & [#2 AC BUS] EXTINGUISHED
*2. No. 1 Inverter...............................................................................OFF
[#1 AC BUS] ILLUMINATED
*3. No.1 Inverter ...........................................................BUS TRANSFER
[#1 AC BUS] & [#2 AC BUS ] EXTINGUISHED
*4. No. 1 Inverter.................................................................................ON
[#1 AC BUS] & [#2 AC BUS] EXTINGUISHED
*5. No. 2 Inverter...............................................................................OFF
[#2 AC BUS] ILLUMINATED
*6. No. 2 Inverter ..........................................................BUS TRANSFER
[#1 AC BUS] & [#2 AC BUS] EXTINGUISHED
*7. No. 2 Inverter.................................................................................ON
[#1 AC BUS] & [#2 AC BUS] EXTINGUISHED
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAXI, STEP 3

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM
Observe N1, ITT, and generator limits if air conditioning or electric heat is used.
1. Vent Blower................................................................AS REQUIRED
Vent Blower
Mode

Cabin Temp Mode


Selection

Vent Blower
Speed

Auto

Off

Off

Auto

Auto, Man Heat, Man Cool

Low

Lo

Any

Low

High

Any

High

2. Cabin Temp Control...................................................AS REQUIRED


3. Cabin Temp Mode ....................................................................AUTO
4. Environmental Bleed Air ......................................LOW OR NORMAL
5. Bleed Air Valves.............................................OPEN OR ENVIR OFF
a. Use OPEN for more efficient heating on the ground.
b. Use ENVIR OFF for more efficient cooling on the ground.
6. Aft Blower...................................................................AS REQUIRED
a. For maximum cooling, the vent blower should be selected to
HIGH, and the aft blower should be selected on.
b. For maximum heating without electric heat, the vent blower
should be selected to HIGH, the aft blower should be selected
off, and the aft heat should be selected on.
7. Electric Heat...............................................................AS REQUIRED
a. Cabin Temp Mode ....................................AUTO OR MAN HEAT
b. Vent Blower .........................................................................HIGH
c. Aft Blower ................................................................................ON
d. Electric Heat ............................................................................ON
[ELEC HEAT ON] ILLUMINATED
8. Aft Heat ......................................................................AS REQUIRED
9. Cabin/Cockpit Air .......................................................AS REQUIRED
a. Pull to increase airflow to the cockpit.
b. Push to increase airflow to the cabin.
10. Copilot Air ..................................................................AS REQUIRED
11. Pilot Air.......................................................................AS REQUIRED
12. Windshield Defrost.....................................................AS REQUIRED
a. Pull to increase; push to decrease.
b. Push the pilot and copilot air controls fully in and pull the
Cabin/Cockpit Air Control fully out if increased windshield
defrost airflow is required.
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, STEP 14

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PRESSURIZATION
NOTE
Items marked with an * may be omitted at pilots
discretion after the first flight of each day.
1. Environmental Bleed Air......................................................NORMAL
2. Bleed Air Valves .......................................................................OPEN
*3. Pressurization Controller .............................................................SET
a. Adjust cabin altitude knob to indicate 1,000 feet below field
pressure altitude.
b. Set rate knob to 12 oclock position.
*4. Cabin Pressure Switch ...................HOLD AT THE TEST POSITION
*5. Cabin Altimeter and VSI ........CHECK FOR DESCENT INDICATION
*6. Cabin Pressure Switch .................RELEASE TO PRESS POSITION
7. Pressurization Controller .............................................................SET
The inner scale (ACFT ALT) should indicate planned cruise
altitude plus 1,000 feet. This setting must not result in an outer
scale (CABIN ALT) indication of less than 500 feet above
departure field pressure altitude.
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 3

AUTOPILOT
1. Pitch Trim.........................................................TAKEOFF POSITION
2. Electric Pitch Trim .........................................................................ON
[PITCH TRIM OFF] EXTINGUISHED
3. Elevator..........................................................FORWARD POSITION
4. Autopilot ..............................................................................ENGAGE
[YAW] & [AP] ILLUMINATED
5. Electric Pitch Trim .......................OPERATE IN BOTH DIRECTIONS
(AP disengages with each operation
and the YD remains engaged)
6. Elevator...........................................................................CENTERED
7. Autopilot ..............................................................................ENGAGE
a. Apply rearward pressure on the elevator Pitch trim travels
nose-down.
b. Apply forward pressure on the elevator Pitch trim travels nose-up.
8. AP/Trim Disconnect .............................DEPRESS TO FIRST LEVEL
[YAW DIS] & [AP DIS] ILLUMINATED,
FLASHING AND THEN EXTINGUISHED
9. Repeat items 1 through 8 for copilots side.
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 4

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*YAW DAMP
1. Yaw Damp.....................................................................................ON
[YAW] ILLUMINATED
2. Rudder Pedals .........................CHECK FOR ADDED RESISTANCE
3. Rudder Boost Switch .....................................YAW CONTROL TEST
[RUD BOOST OFF] ILLUMINATED
(yaw damp system disconnects)
4. Rudder Boost Switch .............................................RUDDER BOOST
[RUD BOOST OFF] EXTINGUISHED
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 5

*ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM


1. Electric Pitch Trim .........................................................................ON
2. Pilots and Copilots Trim Switches ..................CHECK OPERATION
a. Move each dual-element switch fore and aft Verify trim is inop.
b. Move both dual-element switches fore and aft Verify trim
operates nose down and nose up.
c. Ensure pilots trim switch overrides copilots trim switch.
3. AP/Trim Disconnect .....................................PRESS TO 2ND LEVEL
[PITCH TRIM OFF] ILLUMINATED
4. Electric Pitch Trim .....................................................OFF, THEN ON
[PITCH TRIM OFF] EXTINGUISHED

WARNING
Operation of the electric pitch trim system should occur
only when both elements of the dual-element switch
are activated. Any movement of the elevator trim wheel
while activating only one element denotes a system
malfunction. The electric pitch trim must then be turned
off and the flight conducted only by manual operation
of the elevator trim control.
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 6

*OVERSPEED GOVERNORS/RUDDER BOOST


1. Rudder Boost Switch .............................................RUDDER BOOST
2. Prop Levers ............................................................FULL FORWARD
3. Prop Governor Test Switch........................................HOLD TO GOV
4. Power Levers (Individually) ...................INCREASE UNTIL PROP IS
STABILIZED AT 1500 TO 1610 RPM.
CONTINUE TO INCREASE UNTIL
RUDDER MOVEMENT IS NOTED
(right power lever, right rudder, left power lever,
left rudder. Observe ITT and torque limits.)
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*OVERSPEED GOVERNORS/RUDDER BOOST (Cont)


5. AP/Trim Disconnect .............................................DEPRESS TO 1ST
LEVEL AND RELEASE
(rudder boost is interrupted)
6. Power Lever................................................................................lDLE
7. Repeat steps 4 through 6 on the opposite engine.
8. Prop Governor Test Switch ................................................RELEASE
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 10

*LOW PITCH STOPS AND PRIMARY GOVERNORS


1. Prop Levers ............................................................FULL FORWARD
2. Low Pitch Stop Switch ...........................HOLD TO GND IDLE STOP
[L PROP PITCH] & [R PROP PITCH] ILLUMINATED
3. Power Levers.............................................................SET 1500 RPM
4. Prop Levers..................................CYCLE TO LOW AND HIGH RPM
(propeller RPM decreases
then returns to 1500 RPM)
5. Low Pitch Stop Switch........................................................RELEASE
[L PROP PITCH] & [R PROP PITCH] EXTINGUISHED
6. Prop RPM .........................................STABILIZED AT 1150 TO 1250
RETURN TO PAGE N-12, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 11

*AUTOFEATHER
1. Autofeather Switch ...................................................HOLD TO TEST
2. Power Levers...............................APPROXIMATELY 22% TORQUE
[L AUTO FEATHER] & [R AUTO FEATHER] ILLUMINATED
3. Power Levers .............................................RETARD INDIVIDUALLY
a. At approximately 17% torque OPPOSITE ANNUNCIATOR
EXTINGUISHED
b. At approximately 10% torque BOTH ANNUNCIATORS
EXTINGUISHED (prop starts to feather)
4. Power Levers..............................................................................IDLE
[L AUTO FEATHER] & [R AUTO FEATHER] EXTINGUISHED
(neither prop feathers)
5. Autofeather Switch .............................................................RELEASE
RETURN TO PAGE N-13, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 12

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*INSTRUMENT VACUUM AND DEICE PRESSURE


1. Left Bleed Air Switch .........................................PNEU & ENVIR OFF
a. Pneumatic Pressure and Gyro Suction Gages..............NORMAL
PRESSURE
b. [L BLEED FAIL] & [R BLEED FAIL] ...................EXTINGUISHED
2. Right Bleed Air Switch.......................................PNEU & ENVIR OFF
a. Pneumatic Pressure and Gyro Suction Gages ...................ZERO
PRESSURE
b. [L BLEED FAIL] & [R BLEED FAIL] ......................ILLUMINATED
3. Left Bleed Air Switch......................................OPEN OR ENVIR OFF
a. Pneumatic Pressure and Gyro Suction Gages..............NORMAL
PRESSURE
b. [L BLEED FAIL] & [R BLEED FAIL] ...................EXTINGUISHED
4. Right Bleed Air Switch ...................................OPEN OR ENVIR OFF
RETURN TO PAGE N-13, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 15

*ENGINE ANTI-ICE

WARNING
Either the MAIN or STANDBY actuator must be
operational on each engine before takeoff.

With system initially ON:


1. Engine Anti-ice Actuators ..................................................STANDBY
2. Engine Anti-ice ............................................................................OFF
[L ENG ANTI-ICE] & [R ENG ANTI-ICE] EXTINGUISHED
3. Engine Anti-ice Actuators ..........................................................MAIN
4. Engine Anti-ice ..............................................................................ON
[L ENG ANTI-ICE] & [R ENG ANTI-ICE] ILLUMINATED

RETURN TO PAGE N-13, BEFORE TAKEOFF (RUNUP), STEP 16

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ICE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (IF REQUIRED)


Engine Auto-Ignition
1. Power Levers ..............................................................................lDLE
2. Engine Auto-Ignition Switches ....................................................ARM
[L IGNITION ON] & [R IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED
3. Power Levers ........................ADVANCE TO ABOVE 17% TORQUE
[L IGNITION ON] & [R IGNITION ON] EXTINGUISHED
4. Power Levers ..............................................................................lDLE
[L IGNITION ON] & [R IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED
5. Engine Auto-Ignition Switches.....................................................OFF
[L IGNITION ON] & [R IGNITION ON] EXTINGUISHED
Windshield Anti-ice (check pilots & copilots one at a time)
1. Windshield Anti-ice..........................................................................Hl
(observe increase on
left and right loadmeters)
2. Windshield Anti-ice..........................................OFF, THEN NORMAL
(observe increase on
left and right loadmeters)
3. Windshield Anti-ice ......................................................................OFF
Electrothermal Propeller Deice
1. Automatic Prop Deice....................................................................ON
2. Deice Ammeter.........................................................26 TO 32 AMPS
(monitor for 90 seconds to ensure
automatic timer operation)
3. Manual Prop Deice ............................HOLD IN MANUAL POSITION
a. A small needle deflection on both loadmeters indicates that the
manual system is operating.
b. Deice Ammeter................................................................0 AMPS
4. Manual Prop Deice.............................................................RELEASE
5. Deice Ammeter.........................................................26 TO 32 AMPS
6. Automatic Prop Deice..................................................................OFF
Surface Deice
1. Condition Levers......................................HIGH IDLE, IF REQUIRED
2. Pneumatic Pressure...............................................................CHECK

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ICE PROTECTION EQUIPMENT (IF REQUIRED)


(Cont)
3. Surface Deice Switch ..................................SINGLE AND RELEASE
a. Pneumatic Pressure .........................MOMENTARY DECREASE
b. [WING DEICE] & [TAIL DEICE] ...........................ILLUMINATED,
THEN EXTINGUISHED
c. Boots.............................CHECK VISUALLY WHERE POSSIBLE
FOR INFLATION AND HOLD DOWN
d. Inflation Time......................................6 SECONDS FOR WINGS
FOLLOWED BY 4 SECONDS FOR
HORIZONTAL STABILIZER
4. Surface Deice Switch .......................................MANUAL AND HOLD
a. Pneumatic Pressure .........................MOMENTARY DECREASE
b. [WING DEICE] & [TAIL DEICE] ............................ILLUMINATED
c. Boots ..............................................CHECK VISUALLY, WHERE
POSSIBLE, FOR INFLATION
5. Surface Deice Switch .........................................................RELEASE
a. [WING DEICE] & [TAIL DEICE] .........................EXTINGUISHED
b. Boots ..............................................CHECK VISUALLY, WHERE
POSSIBLE, FOR HOLD DOWN
6. Condition Levers................................................................LOW IDLE
RETURN TO PAGE N-13, STEP 17

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OTHER PROCEDURES
SIMULATING ONE-ENGINE-INOPERATIVE
(ZERO THRUST)
When establishing zero thrust operation, use the power setting listed
below. By using this power setting to establish zero thrust, one avoids the
inherent delays of restarting a shut-down engine and preserves almost
instant power to counter any attendant hazard.
1. Prop ...................................................................................1700 RPM
2. Power ............................................................................5% TORQUE

NOTE
This setting will approximate zero thrust at low
altitudes using recommended one-engine-inoperative
climb speeds.

WARNING
INTENTIONAL IN-FLIGHT ENGINE CUTS SHOULD
BE SIMULATED BY RETARDING THE POWER
LEVER TO ZERO THRUST AT OR ABOVE THE VSSE
SPEED OF 110 KNOTS. For training, this setting will
approximate zero thrust at low altitudes using
recommended one-engine inoperative climb speeds.
The propeller autofeather system is disabled with a
power lever retarded.

PRACTICE DEMONSTRATION OF VMCA

WARNING
INTENTIONAL IN-FLIGHT ENGINE CUTS SHOULD
BE SIMULATED BY RETARDING THE POWER
LEVER TO ZERO THRUST AT OR ABOVE THE VSSE
SPEED OF 110 KNOTS. For training, this setting will
approximate zero thrust at low altitudes using
recommended one-engine inoperative climb speeds.
The propeller autofeather system is disabled with a
power lever retarded.

Continued on Next Page.


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PRACTICE DEMONSTRATION OF VMCA (Cont)


1. Landing Gear .................................................................................UP
2. Flaps ..............................................................................................UP
3. Airspeed..................................................ABOVE 110 KNOTS (VSSE)
4. Prop Levers ......................................................................HIGH RPM
5. Power Lever (simulated inoperative engine).............ZERO THRUST
(5% torque)
6. Power Lever (other engine) ........................MAXlMUM ALLOWABLE
7. Airspeed .................................REDUCE APPROXIMATELY 1 KNOT
PER SECOND UNTIL EITHER VMCA OR
STALL WARNING IS OBTAINED

PRACTICE LANDING GEAR MANUAL EXTENSION


1. Airspeed ............................................................BELOW 184 KNOTS
2. Landing Gear Relay Circuit Breaker (pilots right subpanel)...............PULL
3. Landing Gear Control ..............................................................DOWN
4. Alternate Extension Handle ................................................UNSTOW
5. Alternate Extension Handle...........................PUMP UP AND DOWN
(until the [L], [R], &
[NOSE] illuminate
and further resistance is felt)
6. Alternate Extension Handle .....................................................STOW

LANDING GEAR RETRACTION AFTER PRACTICE


MANUAL EXTENSION
After a practice manual extension of the landing gear, the gear may be
retracted as follows:
1. Alternate Extension Handle .....................................................STOW
2. Landing Gear Relay Circuit Breaker
(pilots right subpanel) ..........................................................PUSH IN
3. Landing Gear .................................................................................UP

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#1 AC BUS

#2 AC BUS

8
DOOR
UNLOCKED

7
L FUEL PRES LO

R FUEL PRES LO

CABIN ALT HI

PASS OXYGEN ON

12

12

CABIN DIFF HI

12
L OIL PRES LO

R OIL PRES LO

3
L BLEED FAIL

R BLEED FAIL

13

13

ENG FIRE

2
L DC GEN

R DC GEN

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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES
1

EMERGENCY AIRSPEEDS
ENGINE FAILURE
ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE IN FLIGHT
ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND
EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN ON THE GROUND

ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF


(AT OR BELOW V1)TAKEOFF ABORTED
ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF
(AT OR ABOVE V1)TAKEOFF CONTINUED
ENGINE FAILURE IN FLIGHT BELOW AIR MINIMUM
CONTROL SPEED (VMCA)
OIL PRESSURE LOW

FUEL SYSTEM
FUEL PRESSURE LOW

SMOKE AND FUME ELIMINATION


WINDSHIELD ELECTRICAL FAULT

ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE


ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM SMOKE OR FUMES

AIRSTAIR DOOR/CARGO DOOR UNLOCKED


EMERGENCY DESCENT
EMERGENCY LANDING

GLIDE
ELECTRICAL
SINGLE INVERTER FAILURE
DUAL INVERTER FAILURE

DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE


LOAD MANAGEMENT WITH A DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE

FLIGHT CONTROLS
UNSCHEDULED ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM ACTIVATION
UNSCHEDULED RUDDER BOOST ACTIVATION

10

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
USE OF OXYGEN

11

PRESSURIZATION LOSS
HIGH DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE
AUTODEPLOYMENT OXYGEN SYSTEM FAILURE

12

BLEED AIR FAIL


EMERGENCY EXIT

13

SPINS

14

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All airspeeds quoted in this section are Indicated Airspeeds (IAS) and
assume zero instrument error.
Closed [BRACKETS] in this section denote annunciator(s)

EMERGENCY AIRSPEEDS
(15,000 LBS (6804 KG))
One-Engine-lnoperative
Best-Angle-of-Climb (VXSE)...........................................................125 Knots
One-Engine-lnoperative
Best-Rate-of-Climb (VYSE) ............................................................125 Knots
One-Engine-lnoperative Enroute Climb........................................125 Knots
Air Minimum Control Speeds (VMCA):
Flaps Up ..............................................................................94 Knots
Flaps Approach ...................................................................93 Knots
Emergency Descent .....................................................................184 Knots
Maximum Range Glide.................................................................135 Knots

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ENGINE FAILURE
ENGINE FIRE OR FAILURE IN FLIGHT

ENG FIRE

Affected Engine:
1. Condition Lever ......................................................FUEL CUTOFF
2. Prop Lever .......................................................................FEATHER
3. Firewall Fuel Valve ..............................................................CLOSE
[EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] ILLUMINATED
4. Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists) ..................ACTUATE
[DISCHARGED] ILLUMINATED
5. Generator ...................................................................................OFF
6. Engine Auto-Ignition ...................................................................OFF
7. Autofeather .................................................................................OFF
8. Brake Deice (if installed).............................................................OFF
9. Electrical Load ..................................................................MONITOR

ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND

ENG FIRE

Affected Engine:
1. Condition Lever ......................................................FUEL CUTOFF
2. Firewall Fuel Valve ..............................................................CLOSE
[EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] ILLUMINATED
3. Starter Switch.......................................................STARTER ONLY
4. Fire Extinguisher (if fire warning persists) ..................ACTUATE
[DISCHARGED] ILLUMINATED

EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN ON


THE GROUND
1. Condition Levers ....................................................FUEL CUTOFF
2. Prop Levers .....................................................................FEATHER
3. Firewall Fuel Valves ............................................................CLOSE
[EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] ILLUMINATED
4. Master Switch (gang bar).........................................................OFF
5. Battery Bus .................................................................EMERG OFF

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ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF


(AT OR BELOW V1) TAKEOFF ABORTED
1. Power Levers ..........................................................GROUND FINE
2. Brakes .............................................................................MAXIMUM
(or as required to achieve stopping distance)

3
WARNING
Do not use reverse thrust with one engine inoperative.
Care must be exercised when using single-engine
ground fine on surfaces with reduced traction.

ENGINE FAILURE DURING TAKEOFF


(AT OR ABOVE V1) TAKEOFF CONTINUED
1. VR Speed ......................................ROTATE TO APPROXIMATELY
10 PITCH ATTITUDE
2. Landing Gear (when positive climb established) ....................UP
3. Airspeed ..........................................MAINTAIN V2 TO 400 FT AGL
4. Propeller (inoperative engine) ....................VERIFY FEATHERED

WARNING
Do not retard the failed engine power lever until the
autofeather system has completely stopped propeller
rotation.
5. Flaps (at 400 ft AGL minimum) ....................................UP AT V2 + 9
6. Airspeed................................................INCREASE TO 125 KNOTS
7. Climb to 1500 ft AGL, then accomplish the following cleanup
procedures on the inoperative engine:
a. Condition Lever...................................................FUEL CUTOFF
b. Prop Lever ..................................................................FEATHER
c. Firewall Fuel Valve ..........................................................CLOSE
[EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] ILLUMINATED
d. Generator .............................................................................OFF
e. Engine Auto-Ignition .............................................................OFF
8. Autofeather .................................................................................OFF
9. Brake Deice (if installed).............................................................OFF
10. Electrical Load ..................................................................MONITOR

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ENGINE FAILURE IN FLIGHT BELOW AIR MINIMUM


CONTROL SPEED (VMCA)
1. Power ...........REDUCE AS REQUIRED TO MAINTAIN CONTROL
2. Nose...............................LOWER TO ACCELERATE ABOVE VMCA
3. Power........................................................................AS REQUIRED
4. Engine.................................................................................SECURE
(see Engine Fire or Failure In Flight)

OIL PRESSURE LOW

L OIL PRES LO

OR

R OIL PRES LO

1. Oil Pressure ............................................CONFIRM BELOW 60 PSI

If Confirmed:
2. Engine.................................................................................SECURE
(see Engine Fire or Failure In Flight)

Or:
3. Land at the nearest suitable airport using the minimum power
required to sustain flight.

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FUEL SYSTEM
FUEL PRESSURE LOW

L FUEL PRES LO

OR

R FUEL PRES LO

1. Standby Pump (failed side) ..........................................................ON


2. [FUEL PRES LO] ....................................................EXTINGUISHED
3. Oil Temperature Gage (failed side) ..................................MONITOR

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SMOKE AND FUME ELIMINATION


WINDSHIELD ELECTRICAL FAULT
1. WSHLD ANTI-ICE Switches ......................................................OFF

If Smoke and/or Fire Does Not Cease:


2. Conduct ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE procedure.

If Smoke and/or Fire Ceases:


3. Continue flight with Windshield Anti-Ice OFF if possible.

If Windshield Anti-Ice is Required:


4. If the source of the smell, smoke, or fire can be isolated to the
pilots or copilots windshield, the opposite windshield (without the
overheat condition) may be operated in the NORMAL or HI windshield heat mode.

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ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE


1. Oxygen Mask(s) .......................................................................DON
2. Mask Selector Switch..........................................EMERG Position
3. Headset(s)............................DON, OR AUDIO SPEAKER(S) ON
4. Mic Switch(es).......................................................OXYGEN MASK
5. Instrument Emergency Lights (if required) ...................................ON
6. Avionics Master ..........................................................................OFF
7. Generators..................................................................................OFF

To Facilitate Smoke Removal:


8. Pilot and Copilot Air............................................................PULL ON
9. Defrost Air ..........................................................................PULL ON

10. Cabin Air ........................................................PULL TO DECREASE


11. Cockpit Door............................................................................OPEN

WARNING
Dissipation of smoke is not sufficient evidence that a fire
has been extinguished. If it cannot be visually confirmed
that no fire exists, land at the nearest suitable airport.

If Smoke Persists Or If Extinguishing Of Fire Is Not Confirmed:


12. Cabin Pressurization (if desired) .............................................DUMP
13. Master Switch (gang bar) ...........................................................OFF
14. Storm Window (if required) ......................OPEN BELOW 13,500 FT
15. Land ..............................................NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT
a. GND COMM Switch (if installed).............PRESS TO RESTORE
COMM 1
b. Flaps .....................................PLAN ON A FLAPS-UP LANDING
c. Landing Gear .............................................LOWER MANUALLY
16. If conditions require the partial restoration of power, one or more of
the following procedures may be used. Verify proper voltage on the
voltmeter. Each set of procedures assumes the Master Switch
(gang bar) is initially off.
a. To restore Left Generator Bus and Triple Fed Bus only:
1) Gen Ties ....................................................................OPEN
2) Left Generator........................................RESET, THEN ON
3) Avionics Master (if required) ...........................................ON

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b. To restore Right Generator Bus and Triple Fed Bus only:


1) Gen Ties ....................................................................OPEN
2) Right Generator .....................................RESET, THEN ON
3) Avionics Master (if required) ...........................................ON
c. To restore all buses except the Center Bus:
1) Gen Ties ....................................................................OPEN
2) Left and Right Generators .....................RESET, THEN ON
3) Battery ............................................................................ON
4) Bus Sense Switch .......................................................TEST
5) Avionics Master (if required) ...........................................ON
d. To restore the Battery Bus, Triple Fed Bus, and Center Bus only:
1) Battery ............................................................................ON
2) Avionics Master (if required) ...........................................ON

ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEM SMOKE OR FUMES


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1. Oxygen Mask(s) .......................................................................DON
2. Mask Selector Switch..........................................EMERG Position
3. Headset(s)............................DON, OR AUDIO SPEAKER(S) ON
4. Mic Switch(es).......................................................OXYGEN MASK
5. Cabin Temp Mode ......................................................................OFF
6. Vent Blower ..............................................................................HIGH
7. Left Bleed Air Valve..........................................PNEU & ENVIR OFF

If Smoke Decreases:
8. Continue operation with left bleed air off.

If Smoke Does Not Decrease:


9. Left Bleed Air Valve .................................................................OPEN
10. Right Bleed Air Valve .......................................PNEU & ENVIR OFF
If Smoke Decreases:
11. Continue operation with right bleed air off.

If Smoke Persists:
12. Bleed Air Valves .............................................................ENVIR OFF
13. Cabin Pressurization ...............................................................DUMP
14. Storm Window (if required) ......................OPEN BELOW 13,500 FT
15. Land ..............................................NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT

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AIRSTAIR DOOR/CARGO
DOOR UNLOCKED

DOOR
UNLOCKED

WARNING
Do not attempt to check the security of the airstair door
or cargo door in flight. Remain as far from the door as
possible with seatbelts securely fastened.

If The [DOOR UNLOCKED] Illuminates, Or If An Unlatched Airstair


Door/Cargo Door Is Suspected:
1. All Occupants ..................................SEATED WITH SEAT BELTS
SECURELY FASTENED
2. Cabin Sign ..................................................................................FSB

3. Cabin Differential Pressure..............REDUCE TO LOWEST VALUE


PRACTICAL (zero preferred)
a. Descend and/or
b. Select higher cabin altitude setting.
4. Oxygen......................................................................AS REQUIRED
5. Land ..............................................NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT

EMERGENCY DESCENT
1. Power Levers ...........................................................................IDLE
2. Prop Levers .........................................................FULL FORWARD
3. Flaps (202 knots maximum) .......................................APPROACH
4. Landing Gear (184 knots maximum) ..................................DOWN
5. Airspeed .....................................................184 KNOTS MAXIMUM

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EMERGENCY LANDING
1. Approach Speed (VREF).....................................................CONFIRM
LANDING APPROACH SPEED
LANDING WT LBS (KGS)

VREF KNOTS

15,000 (6804)

109

14,000 (6350)

105

13,000 (5897)

102

12,000 (5443)

100

11,000 (4989)

100

10,000 (4536)

100

2. Cabin Sign
a. Standard Configuration .........................................NO SMK/FSB
b. No Smoking Configuration....................................................FSB
3. Autofeather ................................................................................ARM
4. Flaps..............................................................................APPROACH
5. Landing Gear..........................................................................DOWN
6. Exterior and Interior Lights........................................AS REQUIRED
7. Radar ........................................................................AS REQUIRED
8. Surface Deice ...........................................................AS REQUIRED

When Landing Assured:


9. Pressurization .........................................................................DUMP
10. Flaps.......................................................................................DOWN
11. Airspeed......................................................................................VREF
12. Yaw Damp ..................................................................................OFF
13. Prop Levers ...........................................................FULL FORWARD
14. Power Levers.............................................................................IDLE

After Touchdown:
15. Power Levers............................LIFT AND SELECT GROUND FINE
16. Brakes.......................................................................AS REQUIRED

After Airplane Comes To A Stop:


17. Condition Levers .......................................................FUEL CUTOFF
18. Firewall Fuel Valves ..............................................................CLOSE
[EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] ILLUMINATED
19. Master Switch (gang bar) ...........................................................OFF
20. Battery Bus......................................................................EMER OFF
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GLIDE
1. Landing Gear .........................................................................UP
2. Flaps .......................................................................................UP

WARNING
Do not feather second engine propeller if a No Starter
Assist Air Start is to be conducted. Air starts with a
windmilling propeller will result in lower starting temperatures. Refer to Abnormal Procedures for Air Start
procedures.

3. Prop Levers ................................................................FEATHERED


4. Airspeed........................................................................135 KNOTS
5. Glide Ratio..............2.3 nautical miles for each 1000 feet of altitude.
Decrease by 0.2 nautical miles
for each 10 knots of headwind

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ELECTRICAL
SINGLE INVERTER FAILURE

#1 AC BUS

OR

#2 AC BUS

1. AC Bus Circuit Breakers ....................................................CHECK

If Circuit Breaker is Not Tripped:


2. Failed Inverter.......................................SELECT BUS TRANSFER

If Circuit Breaker Is Tripped:


3. Circuit Breaker .....................................................................RESET
4. If Circuit Breaker Trips Again..................................DO NOT RESET
5. Inverter Bus Transfer.......................................DO NOT TRANSFER

NOTE
Serials FL-111 Thru FL-119, FL-121:
If the torquemeter on the side of the tripped AC Bus
circuit breaker is also inoperative, set engine fuel flow
to match the fuel flow on the side of the operative
torque meter. Observe ITT limits.

DUAL INVERTER FAILURE

#1 AC BUS

&

#2 AC BUS

1. Attitude/Heading Control .............USE BACKUP INSTRUMENTS


2. AC Bus Circuit Breakers (if tripped) ..................................RESET
3. If Circuit Breakers Trip Again..................................DO NOT RESET

Serials FL-111 Thru FL-119, FL-121:


4. Prop Levers ...........................................................FULL FORWARD
5. Power...............SET FUEL FLOW PER CRUISE POWER TABLES.
IF MANEUVERING, DO NOT EXCEED 500
POUNDS PER HOUR. OBSERVE ITT LIMITS.

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DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE

L DC GEN

&

R DC GEN

1. Instrument Emergency Lights (if required)..............................ON


2. Generators .........................................................RESET, THEN ON

If Either Generator Will Reset:


3. Operating Generator Loadmeter ...................................MONITOR

If Neither Generator Will Reset:


4. Non-essential equipment.........................................................OFF
5. Autopilot .......................................................................DISENGAGE
6. Battery Ammeter...............................................................MONITOR
7. Land ..............................................NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT
8. Pressurization .............................................................................SET
9. Altimeter......................................................................................SET
10. Cabin Sign .....................................VERBAL BRIEFING REQUIRED
11. Autofeather ................................................................................ARM
12. Fuel Balance .........................................................................CHECK
13. VREF + 20 ......................................................................DETERMINE

LANDING APPROACH SPEEDFLAPS UP


LANDING WT LBS (KGS)

(VREF + 20)-KNOTS

15,000 (6804)

129

14,000 (6350)

125

13,000 (5897)

122

12,000 (5443)

120

11,000 (4989)

120

10,000 (4536)

120

14. Environmental Bleed Air ............................................................LOW


15. Flaps .............................................................................................UP

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DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE


(Cont)

L DC GEN

&

R DC GEN

16. Landing Gear ..................................................EXTEND MANUALLY


17. Taxi Light ..................................................................AS REQUIRED
18. Surface Deice ...........................................................AS REQUIRED

When Landing Is Assured:


19. Airspeed ................................................................VREF + 20 KNOTS
20. Yaw Damp ..................................................................................OFF
21. Prop Levers ...........................................................FULL FORWARD
22. Power Levers.............................................................................IDLE

After Touchdown:
23. Power Levers ...................................GROUND FINE OR REVERSE
24. Brakes.......................................................................AS REQUIRED

LOAD MANAGEMENT WITH A


DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE

WARNING
Do not place the GEN TIES switch in the MAN CLOSE
position. This action reconnects the left and right generator bus loads to the battery, severely limiting battery
duration.

After a dual generator failure, a charged battery will discharge in the


following times:
Battery Discharge RateAmps
60
50
40
30
20
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32
40
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FLIGHT CONTROLS
UNSCHEDULED ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM ACTIVATION
1. Airplane Attitude............MAINTAIN USING ELEVATOR CONTROL
2. AP/Trim Disconnect...........................................DEPRESS FULLY
[PITCH TRIM OFF] ILLUMINATED
3. Manually retrim airplane.
4. Pitch Trim ...................................................................................OFF

UNSCHEDULED RUDDER BOOST ACTIVATION


Rudder boost operation without a large variation of power between the
engines indicates a failure of the system.
1. AP/Trim Disconnect .............................DEPRESS TO 1ST LEVEL
AND HOLD
2. Rudder Boost............................................................................OFF

If Condition Persists:
3. Rudder Boost Circuit Breaker...............................................PULL
4. Perform normal landing.

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
USE OF OXYGEN
WARNING
Beards and mustaches should be carefully trimmed so
that they will not interfere with the proper sealing of an
oxygen mask. The fit of the oxygen mask around the
beard or mustache should be checked on the ground for
proper sealing. Studies conducted by the military and the
FAA conclude that oxygen masks do not seal over
beards and mustaches. Hats and ear-muff type headsets must be removed prior to donning crew oxygen
masks. Headsets and eyeglasses worn by crew members may interfere with quick-donning capabilities.

WARNING
The following table sets forth the average time of useful
consciousness (TUC) (time from onset of hypoxia until
loss of effective performance) at various altitudes. Rapid
decompressions can reduce these times to 1/3 1/2 of
their original value.
Cabin Pressure Altitude

TUC

35,000 Feet

1/21 Minute

30,000 Feet

12 Minutes

25,000 Feet

35 Minutes

22,000 Feet

510 Minutes

1218,000 Feet

30 Minutes or more

Crew
1. Oxygen Mask(s) .......................................................................DON
2. Headset(s)...............................DON, OR AUDIO SPEAKER(S) ON
3. Mic Switch(es).......................................................OXYGEN MASK
4. Oxygen Duration ...............................................................CONFIRM
(refer to Oxygen Duration in Normal Procedures)

To Discontinue Use:
5. Oxygen Mask(s) ................RETURN TO OVERHEAD CONTAINER
6. Mic Switch(es) ....................................................................NORMAL

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USE OF OXYGEN (CONT)


Passengers
WARNING
The highest recommended cabin altitude for sustained
flight is 25,000 feet.

1. Passenger Manual Drop-Out..............................................PULL ON


[PASS OXYGEN ON] ILLUMINATED
2. Lanyard Pin For Each Mask Used ...................................PULL OUT
3. Mask ..........................................................................................DON
4. Oxygen Duration ...............................................................CONFIRM
(refer to Oxygen Duration in Normal Procedures)

To Discontinue Use:
5. Passenger Manual Drop-Out...........................................PUSH OFF
6. Lanyard Pin ..........................................................................INSERT
7. Mask ................................................RETURN TO COMPARTMENT
8. Compartment Cover (if cabin altitude is
below 10,000 feet) .................................................................CLOSE

First Aid Oxygen


1. Oxygen Compartment................................PULL COVER TO OPEN
2. ON/OFF Valve..............................................................................ON
3. Mask ..........................................................................................DON

To Discontinue Use:

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4. ON/OFF Valve ............................................................................OFF


5. Mask ................................................RETURN TO COMPARTMENT
6. Compartment Cover ..............................................................CLOSE

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PRESSURIZATION LOSS

CABIN ALT HI

1. Oxygen Mask(s) .......................................................................DON


2. Headset(s)...............................DON, OR AUDIO SPEAKER(S) ON
3. Mic Switch(es).......................................................OXYGEN MASK
4. Passenger Manual Drop-Out...........................................PULL ON
[PASS OXYGEN ON] ILLUMINATED
5. Descend...................................................................AS REQUIRED
6. Passengers.................................PULL LANYARD PIN, DON MASK

WARNING
The highest recommended cabin altitude for sustained
flight is 25,000 feet.
7. Range ......................DETERMINE FOR FINAL CRUISE ALTITUDE
8. Oxygen Duration ...............................................................CONFIRM
(refer to Oxygen Duration in Normal Procedures)

HIGH DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE

CABIN DIFF HI

1. Bleed Air Valves ...........................................................ENVIR OFF


2. Oxygen (crew and passengers).............................AS REQUIRED
3. Descend...................................................................AS REQUIRED

AUTO-DEPLOYMENT OXYGEN SYSTEM FAILURE


CABIN ALT HI

ILLUMINATED &

PASS OXYGEN ON

EXTINGUISHED

1. Passenger Manual Drop-Out...........................................PULL ON


2. First Aid Mask (if required)..............................DEPLOY MANUALLY

To Isolate Oxygen Supply To The Crew And First Aid Mask:


3. OXY CONTROL Circuit Breaker...............................................PULL
4. Passenger Manual Drop-Out...........................................PUSH OFF

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BLEED AIR FAIL

L BLEED FAIL

OR

R BLEED FAIL

Illumination of an annunciator in flight indicates a possible rupture of a


bleed air line aft of the engine firewall.
1. Bleed Air Valve (affected engine) .................PNEU & ENVIR OFF
[L BL AIR OFF] or [R BL AIR OFF] ILLUMINATED
2. Cabin VSI and Pneumatic Pressure .................................MONITOR
3. Brake Deice (if installed).............................................................OFF

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EMERGENCY EXIT
Escape Hatch Handle..........................................................................PULL

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SPINS
Intentional spins are prohibited. If an unintentional spin is encountered,
perform the following procedure IMMEDIATELYTHE LONGER THE
DELAY, THE MORE DIFFICULT RECOVERY WILL BECOME. Steps 1
through 3 should be done AGGRESSIVELY and SIMULTANEOUSLY.
The full forward position of the control column may be reduced slightly, if
required, to prevent the airplane from exceeding a 90 nose down (inverted) attitude.
1. Control Column............FULL FORWARD, AILERONS NEUTRAL
2. Full Rudder ........................OPPOSITE THE DIRECTION OF SPIN
3. Power Levers ...........................................................................IDLE
4

Rudder ..........................NEUTRALIZE WHEN ROTATION STOPS

5. Execute a smooth pullout.

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L DC GEN

R DC GEN

L GEN TIE OPEN

R GEN TIE OPEN

HYD FLUID LOW

10
PROP GND SOL

3
L CHIP DETECT

R CHIP DETECT

L NO FUEL XFR

R NO FUEL XFR

5
BAT TIE OPEN

7
DUCT
OVERTEMP

11
L ENG ICE FAIL

R ENG ICE FAIL

13

13
L FUEL QTY

R FUEL QTY

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BATTERY
CHARGE

PITCH TRIM OFF

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AIR START
STARTER ASSIST (PROPELLER FEATHERED OR WINDMILLING)

NO STARTER ASSIST (PROPELLER FEATHERED OR WINDMILLING)


LANDING
FLAPS UP LANDING

ONE-ENGINE-INOPERATIVE APPROACH AND LANDING


ONE-ENGINE-INOPERATIVE GO-AROUND
PROPELLER GROUND IDLE STOP SOLENOID FAILURE

ENGINE OIL SYSTEM


LOW OIL PRESSURE INDICATION
HIGH OIL PRESSURE INDICATION
CHIP DETECT

FUEL SYSTEM
CROSSFEED (ONE-ENGINE-INOPERATIVE OPERATION)
NO FUEL TRANSFER

FUEL QUANTITY LOW


ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
SINGLE GENERATOR FAILURE
BATTERY CHARGE RATE

GENERATOR TIE OPEN


BOTH GENERATOR TIES OPEN
BATTERY TIE OPEN
CIRCUIT BREAKER TRIPPED

AVIONICS MASTER POWER SWITCH FAILURE

FLIGHT CONTROLS
YAW DAMP/RUDDER BOOST SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE

LANDING GEAR SYSTEM


HYDRAULIC FLUID LOW
LANDING GEAR MANUAL EXTENSION

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
DUCT OVERTEMPERATURE

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ICE PROTECTION SYSTEMS


ELECTROTHERMAL PROPELLER DEICE (AUTO SYSTEM)
ELECTROTHERMAL PROPELLER DEICE (MANUAL SYSTEM)

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ENGINE ANTI-ICE FAILURE


SURFACE DEICE FAILURE
STATIC AIR SYSTEM
PILOTS ALTERNATE STATIC AIR SOURCE

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CRACKED OR SHATTERED WINDSHIELD


CRACK IN ANY SIDE WINDOW (COCKPIT OR CABIN)

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SEVERE ICING CONDITIONS


(ALTERNATE METHOD OF COMPLIANCE WITH FAA AD 98-04-24)

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All airspeeds quoted in this section are Indicated Airspeeds (IAS) and
assume zero instrument error.
Closed [BRACKETS] in this section denote annunciator(s)

AIR START
STARTER ASSIST
(PROPELLER FEATHERED OR WINDMILLING)
WARNING
Air start using the STARTER ASSIST procedures may
momentarily cause the loss of attitude display on Electronic
Flight Instrument System (EFIS) equipped airplanes, and
lead to premature system failures. IF FLIGHT CONDITIONS DO NOT PERMIT THE TEMPORARY LOSS OF
ATTITUDE REFERENCE, CONDUCT AIR START
USING THE NO STARTER ASSIST PROCEDURES.
1. Cabin Temp Mode ......................................................................OFF
2. Vent Blower .............................................................................AUTO
3. Bleed Air Valve (inoperative engine) ..............................ENVIR OFF
4. Aft Blower ...................................................................................OFF
5. Radar....................................................................STANDBY or OFF
6. Furnishings .................................................................................OFF
7. EFIS Power (if installed/if conditions permit) ..............................OFF
8. Power Lever...............................................................................IDLE
9. Prop Lever ........................................................................LOW RPM
10. Condition Lever.........................................................FUEL CUTOFF
11. Firewall Fuel Valve ..................................................................OPEN
[EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] EXTINGUISHED
12. Ignition and Engine Start ..............................................................ON
[IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED
13. Condition Lever (10% N1 or above)..................................LOW IDLE
14. ITT and N1 .......................................MONITOR (1000 C maximum)
15. Ignition and Engine Start (N1 above 50%)..................................OFF
16. Prop Lever ................................................................AS REQUIRED
17. Power Lever..............................................................AS REQUIRED
18. Generator ............................................................RESET, THEN ON
19. EFIS Power (if installed)...............................................................ON
20. Engine Auto-Ignition..................................................AS REQUIRED
21. Electrical Equipment .................................................AS REQUIRED
22. Aft Blower..................................................................AS REQUIRED
23. Bleed Air Valve ........................................................................OPEN
24. Cabin Temp Mode ...................................................................AUTO

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NO STARTER ASSIST
(PROPELLER FEATHERED OR WINDMILLING)
1. Power Lever...............................................................................IDLE
2. Prop Lever
a. For Prop Feathered Airstarts......................................LOW RPM
b. For Prop Windmilling Airstarts.........................FULL FORWARD
CONFIRM 1700 RPM
3. Condition Lever.........................................................FUEL CUTOFF
4. Firewall Fuel Valve ..................................................................OPEN
[EXTINGUISHER PUSH] & [CLOSED] EXTINGUISHED
5. Engine Anti-ice ...........................................................................OFF
6. Generator (inoperative engine)...................................................OFF
7. Bleed Air Valve (inoperative engine) ..............................ENVIR OFF
8. Airspeed ........................................................140 KNOTS MINIMUM
9. Altitude............................................................BELOW 20,000 FEET
10. Engine N1 ..................................................................10% MINIMUM
11. Engine Auto-Ignition ..................................................................ARM
[IGNITION ON] ILLUMINATED
12. Condition Lever ................................................................LOW IDLE
13. ITT and N1 ........................................MONITOR (1000C maximum)
14. Power (after ITT has peaked) ...................................AS REQUIRED
15. Generator ............................................................RESET, THEN ON
16. Engine Auto-Ignition..................................................AS REQUIRED
17. Bleed Air Valve ........................................................................OPEN
18. Electrical Equipment .................................................AS REQUIRED

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LANDING
FLAPS UP LANDING
1. Approach Speed (VREF+ 20 Knots) ...................................CONFIRM
LANDING APPROACH SPEED - FLAPS UP
LANDING WT LBS (KGS)

(VREF + 20)-KNOTS

15,000 (6804)

129

14,000 (6350)

125

13,000 (5897)

122

12,000 (5443)

120

11,000 (4989)

120

10,000 (4536)

120

2. Pressurization .......................................................................CHECK
3. Cabin Sign
a. Standard Configuration .........................................NO SMK/FSB
b. No Smoking Configuration....................................................FSB
4. Autofeather ................................................................................ARM
5. Flaps .............................................................................................UP
6. Landing Gear..........................................................................DOWN
7. Exterior and Interior Lights........................................AS REQUIRED
8. Radar ........................................................................AS REQUIRED
9. Environmental Bleed Air ............................................................LOW
10. Surface Deice ...........................................................AS REQUIRED

When Landing Assured:


11. Airspeed ................................................................VREF + 20 KNOTS
12

Yaw Damp ..................................................................................OFF

13. Prop Levers ...........................................................FULL FORWARD


14. Power Levers.............................................................................IDLE

After Touchdown:
15. Power Levers............................LIFT AND SELECT GROUND FINE
16. Brakes.......................................................................AS REQUIRED

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A-5

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

ONE-ENGINE-INOPERATIVE
APPROACH AND LANDING
1. Approach Speed (VREF).....................................................CONFIRM
LANDING APPROACH SPEED
LANDING WT LBS (KGS)

VREF KNOTS

15,000 (6804)

109

14,000 (6350)

105

13,000 (5897)

102

12,000 (5443)

100

11,000 (4989)

100

10,000 (4536)

100

2. Pressurization .......................................................................CHECK
3. Cabin Sign
a. Standard Configuration .........................................NO SMK/FSB
b. No Smoking Configuration....................................................FSB
4. Fuel Balance .........................................................................CHECK
5. Radar ........................................................................AS REQUIRED
6. Environmental Bleed Air ............................................................LOW
7. Surface Deice ...........................................................AS REQUIRED
8. Flaps..............................................................................APPROACH
9. Landing Gear..........................................................................DOWN
10. Exterior and Interior Lights........................................AS REQUIRED
11. Prop Lever.............................................................FULL FORWARD
12. Airspeed ................................................................VREF + 15 KNOTS

When It Is Certain There Is No Possibility Of Go-Around:


13. Flaps.......................................................................................DOWN
14. Airspeed......................................................................................VREF
15. Execute Normal Landing

WARNING
Care must be exercised when using single-engine
ground fine on surfaces with reduced traction. Do not
use reverse thrust with one engine inoperative.

FEBRUARY 1999

A-6

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ONE-ENGINE-INOPERATIVE GO-AROUND
1. Power ........................................................MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE
2. Landing Gear ................................................................................UP
3. Airspeed................................................INCREASE TO 125 KNOTS
4. Flaps .............................................................................................UP

PROPELLER GROUND IDLE STOP


SOLENOID FAILURE
(FL-115 THRU FL-382, EXCEPT FL-381;
FM-10 AND FM-11)

PROP GND SOL

1. PROP GOV TEST Circuit Breaker............................................PULL


2. [PROP GND SOL] Extinguished .......FLY A NORMAL APPROACH.
PLAN ON SLIGHTLY LONGER
LANDING DISTANCES.
3. [PROP GND SOL] Illuminated ........FLY A SHALLOW, POWER ON
APPROACH AT 1450 RPM. DO NOT
REDUCE POWER UNTIL IN THE FLARE.
PLAN ON SLIGHTLY LONGER
LANDING DISTANCES.

P/N 130-590031-73D5

A-7

FEBRUARY 2004

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PILOT NOTES
4

FEBRUARY 1999

A-8

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ENGINE OIL SYSTEM


LOW OIL PRESSURE INDICATION
(6090 PSI, YELLOW ARC)
4
1. Do not exceed 62% torque.
2. Correct fault prior to next flight.

HIGH OIL PRESSURE INDICATION


(ABOVE 135 PSI, BUT NOT EXCEEDING 200 PSI)
Ground operation, excluding transients during cold starts:
Correct fault prior to flight.

In Flight:
1. Continue flight to destination at pilots discretion.
2. Correct fault prior to next flight.

CHIP DETECT

L CHIP DETECT

OR

R CHIP DETECT

1. Engine Instruments...........................................................MONITOR
2. If Abnormal ........SHUT DOWN ENGINE AT PILOTS DISCRETION

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A-9

FEBRUARY 2004

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PILOT NOTES

FEBRUARY 1999

A-10

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FUEL SYSTEM
CROSSFEED
(ONE-ENGINE-INOPERATIVE OPERATION)
1. Standby Pumps ..........................................................................OFF
2. Aux Transfer Switches.............................................................AUTO
3. Fuel Crossfeed....................................LEFT or RIGHT (as required)
a. [FUEL CROSSFEED] ..........................................ILLUMINATED
b. [L FUEL PRES LO] & [R FUEL PRES LO] ..............EXTINGUISHED
(annunciator will be illuminated on the inoperative
engine side if the firewall fuel valve is left closed)

WARNING
Aux Transfer switch must be in AUTO position on side
being crossfeed. If the firewall valve is closed, the auxiliary fuel supply will not be available (usable), and the
fuel pressure annunciator will remain illuminated on the
side supplying fuel.

4. Fuel Quantity ....................................................................MONITOR


(max fuel imbalance - 300 lbs)

If Aux Fuel From Inoperative Side Is Required:


5. Firewall Fuel Valve (inoperative engine) .................................OPEN

To Discontinue Crossfeed:
6. Fuel Crossfeed ...........................................................................OFF

NO FUEL TRANSFER

L NO FUEL XFR

OR

R NO FUEL XFR

1. Aux Transfer (same side)................................................OVERRIDE


2. Fuel Quantity ..............MONITOR TO CONFIRM FUEL TRANSFER

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A-11

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

FUEL QUANTITY LOW

L FUEL QTY

OR

R FUEL QTY

1. Fuel Quantity.........................................................................CHECK
If Low Fuel Quantity Is Confirmed By Fuel Gage:
2. Standby Pump..............................................................................ON
3. Fuel Quantity ....................................................................MONITOR
4. Land ..............................................NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT

FEBRUARY 1999

A-12

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ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
SINGLE GENERATOR FAILURE

L DC GEN

OR

R DC GEN

1. Generator .............................................................RESET, THEN ON

If Generator Will Not Reset:


2. Generator ....................................................................................OFF
3. Electrical Load ...................................................................MONITOR

BATTERY CHARGE RATE


(AIRPLANES PRIOR TO FL-215 AND FM-10)

BATTERY
CHARGE

Ground Operation:
1. Illumination of the [BATTERY CHARGE] indicates an abovenormal charge current.
2. [BATTERY CHARGE] should extinguish within 5 minutes after a
battery start.
3. [BATTERY CHARGE] should be extinguished when charge current
is 6 amps or less.
4. Check battery ammeter every 90 seconds for decreasing charge current.
5. No decrease in charge current indicates an unsatisfactory condition.
6. Do not take off with the [BATTERY CHARGE] illuminated without
considering the following:
a. The battery ammeter must indicate a decreasing charge current
to ensure that the battery is not in a state of thermal runaway.
b. The [BATTERY CHARGE] must be extinguished in order to
meet the battery duration times noted in the Dual Generator
Emergency Procedure.

In Flight:
In-Flight Illumination Of [BATTERY CHARGE] Indicates A Possible
Battery Malfunction.
1. Battery Ammeter ...............................................................MONITOR

If Battery Charge Current Is Decreasing:


2. Battery Ammeter......................................CONTINUE TO MONITOR
3. [BATTERY CHARGE] .............................................EXTINGUISHED
(when charge current
drops below 6 amps)

If Battery Charge Current Is Not Decreasing:


4. Battery .........................................................................................OFF
[BAT TIE OPEN] ILLUMINATED
5. [BATTERY CHARGE] Extinguished ..........................CONTINUE TO
DESTINATION

If [BATTERY CHARGE] Is Illuminated, and Battery Ammeter Continues


To Indicate A Charge Current:
6. GEN TIES................................................................................OPEN
7. Land ..............................................NEAREST SUITABLE AIRPORT
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A-13

OCTOBER 2004

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

GENERATOR TIE OPEN

L GEN TIE OPEN

OR

R GEN TIE OPEN

1. Loadmeter (same side).....................................................MONITOR

If Indication Is Appropriate:
2. Bus Sense Switch..................................................................RESET

If Greater Than 100%:


3. Generator (same side)................................................................OFF
4. Opposite Loadmeter .........................................................MONITOR

If Gen Tie Will Not Reset:

5. Loadmeters.......................................................................MONITOR

BOTH GENERATOR TIES OPEN

L GEN TIE OPEN

&

R GEN TIE OPEN

1. Gen Ties .......................................................................MAN CLOSE


[MAN TIES CLOSE] ILLUMINATED
[L GEN TIE OPEN] & [R GEN TIE OPEN] EXTINGUISHED

If Gen Ties Do Not Close:


2. Bus Sense Switch..................................................................RESET
[L GEN TIE OPEN] & [R GEN TIE OPEN] EXTINGUISHED

If Gen Ties do not close, center bus will be powered only by the battery,
eventually depleting the battery.
3. No. 1 Inverter .........................................................BUS TRANSFER
4. Center Bus Equipment ..........................................OFF (as required)
(Equipment Powered By The Center Bus = Condenser Blower, Manual
Prop Deice, Beacons, Ice Lights, Taxi Light, Landing Gear Motor)

If Battery Is Depleted:
5. Landing Gear ..................................................EXTEND MANUALLY

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A-14

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BATTERY TIE OPEN

BAT TIE OPEN

1. Center Bus Voltage...........................................................MONITOR

If Center Bus Voltage Is Normal (27.5 - 29 Volts)


2. Bus Sense Switch..................................................................RESET
[BAT TIE OPEN] EXTINGUISHED

If Center Bus Voltage Is Zero:


3. Gen Ties ..................................................................................OPEN
[L GEN TIE OPEN] & [R GEN TIE OPEN] ILLUMINATED
4. Landing Gear Relay Circuit Breaker .........................................PULL

NOTE
Battery will not charge.
Systems powered by the center bus will not be operational.
Landing gear will have to be manually extended.

CIRCUIT BREAKER TRIPPED


1. Nonessential Circuit .............................DO NOT RESET IN FLIGHT
2. Essential Circuit (necessary for continued safe flight):
a. Circuit Breaker (after allowing to cool
for a minimum of 10 seconds) ........................PUSH TO RESET

If Circuit Breaker Trips Again:


b

Circuit Breaker..................................................DO NOT RESET

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A-15

OCTOBER 2004

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FEBRUARY 1999

A-16

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AVIONICS MASTER POWER


SWITCH FAILURE
If The Avionics Master Pwr Switch Fails To Operate In The On Position:
Avionics Master Circuit Breaker ....................................................PULL

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A-17

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

PILOT NOTES

FEBRUARY 1999

A-18

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FLIGHT CONTROLS
YAW DAMP/RUDDER BOOST SYSTEM INOPERATIVE
1. Descend to 5000 feet MSL or below (if conditions permit). (If dual
aft body strakes are installed, refer to STC Supplement 91-111.)
2. Single engine rudder forces may exceed 150 Ibs (68 kg).

ELECTRIC PITCH TRIM INOPERATIVE

PITCH TRIM
OFF

1. Electric Pitch Trim ....................................................OFF, THEN ON


2. [PITCH TRIM OFF] .................................................EXTINGUISHED

If [PITCH TRIM OFF] Remains Illuminated:


3. Electric Pitch Trim.......................................................................OFF
4. Manually trim airplane

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A-19

OCTOBER 2004

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PILOT NOTES

10

FEBRUARY 1999

A-20

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LANDING GEAR SYSTEM


HYDRAULIC FLUID LOW

HYD FLUID LOW

If The [HYD FLUID LOW] Illuminates During Flight:


1. Attempt To Extend Landing Gear Normally Upon Reaching Destination.
If Landing Gear Fails To Extend:
2. Follow LANDING GEAR MANUAL EXTENSION procedures.

LANDING GEAR MANUAL EXTENSION


If The Landing Gear Fails To Extend After Placing The Landing Gear
Control Down, Perform The Following:
1. Landing Gear Relay Circuit Breaker (pilots right subpanel).....PULL
2. Landing Gear Control ............................................... CONFIRM DN
3. Alternate Extension Handle ...........................UNSTOW AND PUMP
a. Pump handle up and down until the three green gear-down
annunciators are illuminated.
b. While pumping, do not lower handle to the level of the securing
clip as this will result in loss of pressure.
If All Three Green Gear-Down Annunciators Are Illuminated:
4. Alternate Extension Handle ....................................................STOW
5. Landing Gear Controls ......................................DO NOT ACTIVATE
a. The Landing Gear Control and the Landing Gear Relay Circuit
Breaker MUST NOT BE ACTIVATED.
b. The landing gear should be considered UNSAFE until the airplane is on jacks and the system has been cycled and checked.
If One Or More Green Gear-Down Annunciators Do Not Illuminate For
Any Reason And A Decision Is Made To Land In This Condition:
6. Alternate Extension Handle...........................CONTINUE PUMPING
a. Continue to pump the handle until maximum resistance is felt.
b. When pumping is complete, leave handle at the top of the
stroke. DO NOT LOWER AND STOW.
Prior To Landing:
7. Alternate Extension Handle.........................................PUMP AGAIN
a. Pump the handle again until maximum resistance is felt.
b. When pumping is complete, leave handle at the top of the
stroke. DO NOT LOWER AND STOW.
After Landing:
8. Alternate Extension Handle.............................PUMP AGAIN WHEN
CONDITIONS PERMIT
a. Pump the handle again, when conditions permit, to maintain
hydraulic pressure until the gear can be mechanically secured.
b. DO NOT STOW HANDLE.
c. DO NOT ACTIVATE THE LANDING GEAR CONTROL OR
THE LANDING GEAR RELAY CIRCUIT BREAKER.
d. The landing gear should be considered UNLOCKED until the airplane is on jacks and the system has been cycled and checked.

P/N 130-590031-73D6

A-21

OCTOBER 2004

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FEBRUARY 1999

A-22

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ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
DUCT
OVERTEMP

DUCT OVERTEMPERATURE

1. Electric Heat ...............................................................................OFF


2. Vent Blower ..............................................................................HIGH
3. Cabin/Cockpit Air ........PUSH TO INCREASE AIRFLOW TO CABIN

If Condition Persists:
4. Cabin Temp Mode...........................................................MAN HEAT
5. Manual Temp.....................................................DECR (60 seconds)

If The Condition Persists Further:


6. Left Bleed Air Valve ........................................................ENVIR OFF

If The [DUCT OVERTEMP] Does Not Extinguish After 2 Minutes:


7. Right Bleed Air Valve......................................................ENVIR OFF
8. Oxygen......................................................................AS REQUIRED
9. Descend....................................................................AS REQUIRED

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A-23

FEBRUARY 1999

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PILOT NOTES

12

FEBRUARY 1999

A-24

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ICE PROTECTION SYSTEMS


ELECTROTHERMAL PROPELLER DEICE
(AUTO SYSTEM)
Abnormal Readings on Deice Ammeter:
(Normal Operation: 26 to 32 amps)
1. Zero amps:
a. Automatic Prop Deice..............................................CHECK, ON
b. If OFF, reposition to ON after 30 seconds
c. If ON with zero amps reading, system is inoperative; position
the switch to OFF.
d. Use manual backup system.
2. Below 26 amps:
a. Continue operation.
b. If propeller imbalance occurs, increase RPM briefly to aid in ice
removal.
3. Over 32 amps:
a. If the Auto Prop Deice circuit breaker switch does not trip,
continue operation.
b. If propeller imbalance occurs, increase RPM briefly to aid in ice
removal.
c. If the Auto Prop Deice circuit breaker switch trips, use manual
system. Monitor loadmeters to ensure normal operation. (An
approximate 10% increase on each meter is normal.)
d. If the Prop Deice Control circuit breaker trips, or the loadmeters
indicate the manual system is not working, (no increase or an
excessive increase in current drain) avoid icing conditions.

12

ELECTROTHERMAL PROPELLER DEICE


(MANUAL SYSTEM)
1. Manual Prop Deice.............................MANUAL FOR 90 SECONDS
2. Loadmeters ..................................MONITOR FOR SMALL NEEDLE
DEFLECTION (approx. 10%)
3. Repeat as required.

P/N 130-590031-73D

A-25

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

ENGINE ANTI-ICE FAILURE

L ENG ICE FAIL

OR

R ENG ICE FAIL

1. Engine Anti-Ice Actuator....................SELECT OTHER ACTUATOR

If [ENG ICE FAIL] Does Not Extinguish:


2. Exit icing conditions
3. Assume engine anti-ice is ON for performance calculations.

SURFACE DEICE FAILURE


1. Surface Deice ......................................ATTEMPT MANUAL CYCLE

If [WING DEICE] or [TAIL DEICE] Do Not Illuminate, Or If Boot Inflation


Cannot Be Confirmed Visually:
2. Exit icing conditions
3. Refer to POH/AFM Section V, PERFORMANCE, for recommended
landing approach speeds and performance with ice on the airplane.

WARNING
Intentional stalls are prohibited with a surface deice
system failure and ice on the airplane.

13

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A-26

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STATIC AIR SYSTEM


PILOTS ALTERNATE STATIC AIR SOURCE
Whenever Any Obstruction Exists In The Normal Static Air System, Or
When The Alternate Static Air System Is Desired For Use:
1. Pilots Static Air Source ................................................ALTERNATE
2. For Airspeed Calibration and Altimeter Correction, refer to
POH/AFM Section V, PERFORMANCE

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FEBRUARY 1999

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PILOT NOTES

14

FEBRUARY 1999

A-28

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CRACKED OR SHATTERED WINDSHIELD


1. Altitude....................MAINTAIN 25,000 FT OR LESS, IF POSSIBLE
2. Pressurization Controller .......................................................RESET
a. Cruise and Descent..........MAINTAIN A CABIN DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE OF 2.0 TO 4.6 PSI
(A cabin differential pressure of 4.6 psi will produce approximately a 10,500-foot cabin altitude at an airplane altitude of
25,000 feet.)
b. Before Landing........................DEPRESSURIZE CABIN PRIOR
TO TOUCHDOWN
3. Other In-flight Considerations
a. Visibility through a shattered windshield may be sufficiently
reduced to dictate flying the airplane from the opposite side of
the cockpit.
b. Precautions should be taken to prevent particles or flakes of
glass from a shattered inner ply of the windshield from interfering with the crews vision.
c. A cracked outer windshield ply may damage operating windshield wipers.
d. Windshield heat may be inoperative in the area of the crack(s).
e. The structural integrity of the windshield will be maintained.
4. Postflight Considerations ...............SEE SECTION II, LIMITATIONS
IN POH/AFM

CRACK IN ANY SIDE WINDOW


(COCKPIT OR CABIN)
1. Altitude .....................................................DESCEND IF REQUIRED
a. Descend to an altitude not requiring oxygen, if possible or
b. Descend to at least 25,000 feet if passengers are on board.
2. Crew and Passengers ........DON OXYGEN MASKS, IF REQUIRED
3. Pressurization Controller..............................RESET AS REQUIRED
TO DEPRESSURIZE CABIN
4. Cabin Pressure Switch............................................................DUMP
5. Postflight Considerations ...............SEE SECTION II, LIMITATIONS
IN POH/AFM

P/N 130-590031-73D1

A-29

OCTOBER 2000

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FEBRUARY 1999

A-30

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SEVERE ICING CONDITIONS


(Alternate Method Of Compliance With
FAA AD 98-04-24)
THE FOLLOWING WEATHER CONDITIONS MAY BE CONDUCIVE TO
SEVERE IN-FLIGHT ICING:
Visible Rain At Temperatures Below 0 Degrees Celsius Ambient Air
Temperature.
Droplets That Splash or Splatter On Impact At Temperatures Below 0
Degrees Celsius Ambient Air Temperature
PROCEDURES FOR EXITING THE SEVERE ICING ENVIRONMENT
These procedures are applicable to all flight phases from takeoff to landing.
Monitor the ambient air temperature. While severe icing may form at temperatures as cold as -18 degrees Celsius, increased vigilance is warranted at
temperatures around freezing with visible moisture present. If the visual cues
specified in the Limitations Section of the POH/AFM for identifying severe
icing conditions are observed, accomplish the following:
1. Immediately request priority handling from Air Traffic Control to facilitate a route or an altitude change to exit the severe icing conditions in
order to avoid extended exposure to flight conditions more severe
than those for which the airplane has been certificated.
2. Avoid abrupt and excessive maneuvering that may exacerbate control difficulties.
3. Do not engage the autopilot.
4. If the autopilot is engaged, hold the control wheel firmly and disengage the autopilot.
5. If an unusual roll response or uncommanded roll control movement
is observed, reduce the angle-of-attack.
6. Do not extend flaps when holding in icing conditions. Operation
with flaps extended can result in a reduced wing angle-of-attack
with the possibility of ice forming on the upper surface further aft on
the wing than normal, possibly aft of the protected area.
7. If the flaps are extended, do not retract them until the airframe is
clear of ice.
8. Report these weather conditions to Air Traffic Control.

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PERFORMANCE
WIND COMPONENTS.........................................................................................P-3
TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS -- FLAPS UP -(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
SEA LEVEL........................................................................................................................P-4
1000 FEET.........................................................................................................................P-5
2000 FEET.........................................................................................................................P-6
3000 FEET.........................................................................................................................P-7
4000 FEET.........................................................................................................................P-8
5000 FEET.........................................................................................................................P-9
6000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-10
7000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-11
8000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-12
9000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-13
10,000 FEET....................................................................................................................P-14
TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS -- FLAPS APPROACH -(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
SEA LEVEL .....................................................................................................................P-15
1000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-16
2000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-17
3000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-18
4000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-19
5000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-20
6000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-21
7000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-22
8000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-23
9000 FEET.......................................................................................................................P-24
10,000 FEET....................................................................................................................P-25
ENROUTE
MAXIMUM CRUISE POWER AT 1500 RPM.................................................................P-26
NORMAL CRUISE POWER AT 1500 RPM...................................................................P-27

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WIND COMPONENTS

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TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: SEA LEVEL
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LRS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

106
109
117
3085

106
110
117
3505

106
110
117
3716

106
110
117
3949

106
110
117
4192

106
110
117
4541

108
111
117
5181

110
111
117
5919

111
112
117
6493

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

105
108
115
2884

104
108
115
3278

104
108
115
3483

104
108
115
3693

104
108
115
3903

104
109
115
4253

106
109
115
4847

108
110
115
5522

109
110
115
6033

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

103
106
114
2682

102
106
114
3057

102
106
114
3255

102
107
114
3459

102
107
114
3654

102
107
114
3955

104
107
114
4504

106
108
114
5129

107
108
114
5607

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

101
105
112
2495

101
105
112
2847

100
105
112
3028

100
105
112
3217

100
105
112
3415

101
105
112
3701

102
106
112
4199

104
106
112
4776

105
107
112
5203

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

101
104
112
2373

99
104
111
2692

99
104
111
2857

99
104
111
3026

99
104
111
3203

99
104
111
3458

100
104
111
3910

102
105
110
4430

103
105
110
4843

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2- KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
104
112
2285

99
104
111
2589

99
104
111
2750

98
104
111
2912

98
104
111
3080

98
104
111
3324

99
104
110
3735

100
104
110
4189

101
104
109
4528

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2- KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
112
2199

98
104
112
2489

98
104
112
2646

98
104
111
2799

97
104
111
2960

97
104
111
3193

99
104
110
3602

100
104
110
4037

101
104
110
4361

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2- KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
112
2113

98
104
112
2389

97
104
112
2538

97
104
112
2688

97
104
111
2841

97
104
111
3061

98
104
110
3450

99
104
110
3879

100
104
110
4197

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL- FT

98
104
112
2028

97
104
112
2290

97
104
112
2431

96
104
112
2577

96
104
112
2722

96
104
111
2931

97
104
111
3301

99
104
110
3733

99
104
110
4021

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2- KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
112
1943

97
104
112
2192

96
104
112
2326

96
104
112
2465

95
104
112
2606

95
104
111
2803

96
104
111
3155

98
104
110
3562

99
104
110
3861

flmmtab3

FEBRUARY 1999

P-4

P/N 130-590031-73D

FlightSafety
international

TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL-FT

106
110
117
3264

106
110
117
3702

106
110
117
3944

106
110
117
4195

106
110
117
4437

107
110
117
4915

108
111
117
5609

110
112
117
6451

111
112
117
7047

V1 - KIAS
VR - KiAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL- FT

105
108
115
3055

104
108
115
3471

104
108
115
3688

104
108
115
3906

104
108
115
4144

105
109
115
4592

106
109
115
5236

108
110
115
6001

109
110
115
6566

V1 - KIAS
VR KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL.FT

103
106
114
2844

102
106
114
3243

102
107
114
3455

102
107
114
3657

102
107
114
3873

103
107
114
4292

104
108
114
4889

106
108
114
5590

107
109
1l4
6091

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL- FT

101
105
112
2645

100
105
112
3017

100
105
112
3213

100
105
112
3417

100
105
112
3623

101
106
112
3989

102
1C6
112
4543

104
107
112
5188

105
107
112
5658

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL-FT

100
104
111
2508

99
104
111
2848

99
104
111
3023

99
104
111
3206

98
104
111
3393

99
104
111
3733

101
104
110
4226

102
105
110
4821

103
105
110
5239

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL- FT

100
104
112
2413

99
104
111
2741

98
104
111
2908

98
104
111
3083

98
104
111
3263

98
104
111
3582

99
104
110
4014

101
104
109
4509

101
104
109
4879

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL- FT

99
104
112
2321

98
104
112
2637

98
104
111
2796

97
104
111
2963

97
104
111
3135

98
104
111
3439

99
104
110
3871

100
104
110
4356

101
104
109
4707

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL FT

98
104
112
2229

97
104
112
2529

97
104
112
2685

97
104
111
2843

96
104
111
3007

97
104
111
3297

98
104
110
3725

100
104
110
4192

100
104
109
4524

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL-FT

98
104
112
2138

97
104
112
2423

96
104
112
2574

96
104
112
2725

96
104
111
2880

96
104
111
3157

98
104
110
3560

99
104
110
4020

100
104
110
4346

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL-FT

97
104
112
2049

96
104
112
2318

96
104
112
2462

95
104
112
2608

95
104
112
2755

95
104
111
3018

97
104
110
3400

98
104
110
3864

99
104
110
4157

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3a

P/N 130-590031-73D

P-5

FEBRUARY 1999

TAKEOFF
FLAPS UP

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 1000 FT

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 2000 FT
TO
WEIGHT

TAKEOFF
FLAPS UP

15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

106
110
117
3458

106
110
117
3931

106
110
117
4191

106
110
117
4443

106
110
117
4713

107
111
117
5324

109
111
117
6109

111
112
117
7017

1t2
112
117
7667

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
108
115
3241

104
108
115
3676

104
108
115
3902

104
108
115
4149

104
109
115
4409

105
109
115
4969

107
110
115
5684

109
110
115
6532

110
110
115
7129

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

103
106
114
3014

102
107
114
3443

102
107
114
3654

102
107
114
3878

102
107
114
4108

103
107
114
4637

105
108
114
5295

107
108
114
6068

108
109
114
6630

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

101
105
112
2807

100
105
112
3203

100
105
112
3414

100
105
112
3628

100
105
112
3839

101
106
112
4330

103
106
112
4941

105
107
112
5649

106
107
112
6151

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
104
111
2655

99
104
111
3014

99
104
111
3204

98
104
111
3397

98
104
111
3586

99
104
111
4028

101
105
110
4585

103
105
110
5233

104
106
110
5702

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
111
2554

98
104
111
2899

98
104
11
3080

98
104
111
3267

98
104
111
3448

99
104
110
3854

100
104
110
4336

101
104
109
4878

102
104
109
5297

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL- FT

98
104
112
2455

98
104
111
2788

97
104
111
2960

97
104
111
3139

97
104
111
3313

98
104
110
3709

99
104
110
4169

100
104
109
4693

101
104
109
5071

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

90
104
112
2357

97
104
112
2677

97
104
111
2841

96
104
111
3010

96
104
111
3179

97
104
111
3554

99
104
110
4012

100
104
110
4525

100
104
109
4885

V1 - KIAS
VR- KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
112
2259

96
104
112
2566

96
104
112
2722

96
104
111
2883

95
104
111
3044

96
104
111
3400

98
104
110
3855

99
104
110
4348

100
104
109
4689

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
112
2163

96
104
112
2455

95
104
112
2606

95
104
112
2759

95
104
111
2910

96
104
111
3250

97
104
110
3679

98
104
110
4161

99
104
170
4500

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3b

OCTOBER 2000

P-6

P/N 130-590031-73D1

FlightSafety
international

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 3000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1- KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

106
110
117
3652

106
110
117
4179

106
110
117
4440

106
110
117
4721

106
110
117
5091

108
111
117
5781

110
112
117
6635

112
112
117
7624

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
108
115
3426

104
108
115
3831

104
108
115
4147

104
109
115
4416

104
109
115
4765

106
109
115
5392

108
110
115
6181

I09
110
115
7091

111
111
115
7805

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

102
106
114
3199

102
107
114
3644

102
107
114
3876

102
107
114
4115

102
107
114
4453

104
108
114
5024

105
108
114
5740

107
109
114
6589

109
105
114
7242

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

101
105
112
2977

100
105
112
3405

100
105
112
3626

100
105
112
3844

100
106
112
4151

102
106
112
4686

193
107
112
5346

105
107
112
6120

107
107
112
6738

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
111
2812

99
104
111
3195

98
104
111
3395

98
104
111
3600

99
104
111
3878

100
104
110
4368

102
105
110
4977

103
105
110
5682

104
106
110
6235

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
111
2707

98
104
111
3072

98
104
111
3266

98
104
111
3461

98
104
111
3721

99
104
110
4153

100
104
110
4673

101
104
109
5257

102
1O4
109
5771

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
112
2602

97
104
111
2953

97
104
111
3137

97
104
111
3326

97
104
111
3572

98
104
110
3999

99
104
110
4505

101
104
109
5063

101
104
109
5490

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
112
2496

97
104
111
2834

96
104
111
3009

96
104
111
3191

96
104
111
3425

97
104
110
3842

99
104
110
4323

100
104
109
4865

101
104
109
5290

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
112
2391

96
104
112
2715

96
104
111
2882

95
104
111
3056

95
104
111
3279

97
104
110
3674

98
104
110
4153

99
104
110
4683

100
104
109
5095

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
112
2289

95
104
112
2599

95
104
112
2757

95
104
111
2922

95
104
111
3136

96
104
111
3509

97
104
110
3983

99
104
110
4495

100
104
109
4877

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3c

P/N 130-590031-73D1

P-7

OCTOBER 2000

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 4000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

106
110
117
3879

106
110
117
4429

106
110
117
4719

106
110
117
5016

107
111
117
5531

108
111
117
6300

110
112
117
7219

112
117
117
8326

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
108
115
3630

104
108
115
4136

104
109
115
4415

104
109
115
4689

104
109
115
5158

106
110
115
5859

108
110
115
6713

110
111
115
7731

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

102
107
114
3399

102
107
114
3866

102
107
114
4114

102
107
114
4370

103
107
114
4819

104
108
114
5454

106
108
114
6244

108
109
114
7177

109
109
114
7960

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
105
112
3161

100
105
112
3617

100
105
112
3843

100
105
112
4083

101
106
112
4503

102
106
112
5079

104
107
112
5796

106
107
112
6665

107
108
112
7380

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
111
2977

98
104
111
3387

98
104
111
3600

98
104
111
3821

99
104
111
4191

100
105
110
4728

102
105
110
5388

104
106
110
6181

105
106
110
6839

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
2864

98
104
111
3258

98
104
111
3461

97
104
111
3671

98
104
110
4022

99
104
110
4490

100
104
109
5039

102
104
109
5732

103
104
109
6324

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
2755

97
104
111
3130

97
104
111
3325

97
104
111
3526

97
104
110
3860

98
104
110
4316

100
104
110
4853

101
104
109
5473

102
104
108
5993

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
112
2645

96
104
111
3002

96
104
111
3191

96
104
111
3382

97
104
111
3699

98
104
110
4148

99
104
110
4671

100
104
109
5264

101
104
109
5761

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
112
2535

96
104
111
2875

95
104
111
3056

95
104
111
3239

96
104
111
3538

97
104
110
3978

98
104
110
4477

100
104
108
5051

101
104
109
5531

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
112
2424

95
104
112
2751

95
104
111
2922

94
104
111
3099

95
104
111
3381

96
104
111
3797

98
104
110
4297

99
104
109
4854

100
104
109
5306

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3d

OCTOBER 2000

P-8

P/N 130-590031-73D1

FlightSafety
international

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 5000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12 000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

106
110
117
4127

105
110
117
4709

106
110
117
5016

106
110
117
5336

107
111
117
6009

109
111
117
6836

111
112
117
7860

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
108
115
3854

104
109
115
4405

104
109
115
4689

104
109
115
4995

105
109
115
5605

107
110
115
6372

109
110
115
7318

111
111
115
8476

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

102
107
114
3601

102
107
114
4106

102
107
114
4371

102
107
114
4673

103
108
114
5218

105
108
114
5930

107
109
114
6791

109
109
114
7852

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
105
112
3364

100
105
112
383

100
105
112
4084

100
106
112
4356

101
106
112
4872

103
106
112
5518

105
107
112
6313

107
108
112
7285

108
108
112
8154

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
111
3158

98
104
111
3592

98
104
111
3822

98
104
111
4067

99
104
110
4545

101
105
110
5128

102
105
110
5848

104
106
110
6752

106
106
110
7529

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
3037

98
104
111
3454

97
104
111
3672

97
104
111
3904

98
104
110
4328

100
104
110
4838

102
104
109
5437

104
104
109
6951

104
105
109
6951

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
111
2919

97
104
111
3319

97
104
111
3527

97
104
111
3749

98
104
110
4178

99
104
110
4669

100
104
109
5244

101
104
109
5950

102
104
108
6551

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
111
2801

96
104
111
3184

96
104
111
3383

96
104
111
3593

91
104
110
4000

98
104
110
4481

99
104
109
5039

101
104
109
5712

102
104
108
6296

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
112
2685

95
104
111
3050

95
104
111
3240

95
104
111
3440

96
104
111
3826

97
104
110
4300

99
104
110
4842

100
104
109
5485

101
104
109
6047

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
104
112
2570

95
104
111
2916

94
104
111
3100

94
104
111
3289

95
104
111
3655

97
104
110
4116

98
104
110
4634

99
104
109
6262

101
104
109
5799

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3e

P/N 130-590031-73D1

P-9

OCTOBER 2000

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 6000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

106
110
117
4378

106
110
117
5007

106
110
117
5332

106
111
117
5795

108
111
117
6535

110
112
117
7448

111
112
117
8599

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
108
115
4087

104
109
115
4681

104
109
115
4989

104
109
115
5405

106
109
115
6093

107
110
115
6931

109
111
115
7981

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

102
107
114
3823

102
107
114
4363

102
107
114
4664

102
107
114
5050

104
108
114
5674

105
108
114
6448

107
109
114
7419

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
105
112
3575

100
105
112
4077

100
106
112
4347

100
106
112
4721

102
106
112
5280

103
107
112
6001

106
107
112
6878

107
108
112
7975

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
3351

98
104
111
3815

98
104
110
4053

98
104
111
4397

100
104
110
4921

101
105
110
5572

103
106
110
6381

105
106
110
7384

106
106
110
8275

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
3222

97
104
111
3666

97
104
111
3904

98
104
110
4221

98
104
110
4675

100
104
109
5213

101
104
109
5910

103
104
109
6821

104
105
109
7626

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
111
3095

97
104
111
3S21

97
104
111
3749

97
104
110
4049

98
104
110
4499

99
104
110
5029

100
104
109
5667

102
104
108
6454

103
104
108
7142

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
111
2969

96
104
111
3377

96
104
111
3594

96
104
111
3880

97
104
110
4337

98
104
110
4847

100
104
109
5461

101
104
109
6205

102
104
108
6854

V1 KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
111
2844

95
104
111
3235

95
104
111
3440

95
104
111
3713

96
104
110
4144

98
104
110
4642

99
104
100
5235

100
104
100
5959

102
104
108
6537

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
104
112
2722

94
104
111
3094

94
104
111
3290

94
104
111
3548

96
104
110
3958

97
104
110
4449

98
104
109
5023

100
104
109
5715

101
104
108
6318

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3f

FEBRUARY 1999

P-10

P/N 130-590031-73D

FlightSafety
international

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 7000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

105
110
117
4659

106
110
117
5324

106
111
117
5696

107
111
117
6295

108
111
117
7109

110
112
117
8140

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
108
115
4354

104
109
115
4981

104
109
115
5315

105
109
115
5878

106
110
115
6632

108
110
115
7551

110
111
115
8752

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

102
107
114
4062

102
107
114
4657

102
107
114
4960

103
108
114
5472

104
108
114
6170

106
109
114
7026

108
103
114
8106

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
105
112
3795

100
106
112
4341

100
106
112
4628

101
106
112
5110

102
106
112
5745

104
107
112
6533

106
107
112
7533

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
3555

98
104
111
4058

98
104
110
4319

99
10
110
4767

100
4105
110
5334

102
105
110
6068

104
106
110
6966

106
106
110
8111

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
3418

97
104
111
3899

97
104
110
4153

98
104
110
4544

99
104
110
5043

100
104
109
5645

102
104
109
6450

104
105
109
7480

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
111
3285

97
104
111
3744

96
104
111
3986

97
104
110
4375

98
104
110
4861

99
104
109
5434

101
104
109
6139

102
104
108
7024

103
104
108
7822

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
111
3152

96
104
111
3589

96
104
111
3821

96
104
110
4199

97
104
110
4668

99
104
110
5231

100
104
109
5911

102
104
108
6760

103
104
108
7514

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
104
111
3018

95
104
111
3436

95
104
111
3657

96
104
111
4015

97
104
110
4492

98
104
110
5034

99
104
109
5677

101
104
108
6489

102
104
108
7228

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
104
111
2886

94
104
111
3286

94
104
111
3496

95
104
111
3835

96
104
110
4287

97
104
110
4812

99
104
109
5445

100
104
109
6215

102
104
108
6915

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3g

P/N 130-590031-73D1

P-11

OCTOBER 2000

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 8000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1- KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

105
110
117
4956

106
111
117
5689

106
111
117
6127

107
111
117
6850

109
112
117
7761

111
112
117
8926

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
109
115
4634

104
109
115
5310

104
109
115
5722

105
110
115
6388

107
110
115
7220

109
110
115
8283

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

102
107
114
4317

102
107
114
4955

102
107
114
5341

103
108
114
5956

105
108
114
6723

107
109
114
7673

109
109
114
8913

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
105
112
4036

100
106
112
4623

100
106
112
4996

101
106
112
5542

103
107
112
6250

105
107
112
7130

106
108
112
8249

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
3778

98
104
110
4314

98
104
110
4641

99
105
110
5166

101
105
110
5811

102
106
110
6616

104
106
110
7634

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
111
3631

97
104
111
4154

97
104
110
4453

98
104
110
4907

99
104
109
5437

100
104
109
6142

102
104
109
7049

104
105
109
8249

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
111
3487

97
104
111
3987

97
104
110
4286

97
104
110
4721

98
104
110
5250

100
104
109
5893

101
104
108
6683

103
104
108
7702

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
111
3345

96
104
111
3821

96
104
111
4104

97
104
110
4551

98
104
110
5052

99
104
109
5667

101
104
109
6423

102
104
108
7411

103
104
108
8277

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
104
111
3204

95
104
111
3658

95
104
111
3926

96
104
110
4350

97
104
110
4842

98
104
109
5442

100
104
109
6167

102
104
108
7100

103
104
108
7940

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
104
111
3065

94
104
111
3497

94
104
111
3751

95
104
110
4153

96
104
110
4652

98
104
110
5231

99
104
109
5916

101
104
108
6806

102
104
108
7613

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3h

FEBRUARY 1999

P-12

P/N 130-590031-73D

FlightSafety
international

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 9000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

105
110
117
5271

106
111
117
6070

107
111
117
6653

108
111
117
7466

110
112
117
8500

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
109
115
4935

104
109
115
566O

104
109
115
6213

106
110
115
6960

108
110
115
7897

109
111
115
9103

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

102
107
114
4612

102
107
114
5289

102
108
114
5794

104
108
114
6475

105
109
114
7332

107
109
114
8429

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
105
112
4301

100
106
112
4942

100
106
112
5406

102
106
112
6034

103
107
112
6823

105
107
112
7810

107
108
112
102

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
111
4021

98
104
110
4606

99
104
110
5047

100
105
110
5604

101
105
110
6330

103
106
110
7235

105
106
110
8403

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
111
3864

97
104
110
4418

97
104
110
4801

98
104
110
5299

99
104
109
5902

101
104
109
6699

103
105
109
7745

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL-FT

97
104
111
3710

96
104
111
4250

97
104
110
4622

98
104
110
5107

99
104
109
5674

100
104
109
6394

102
104
108
7295

103
104
108
8485

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL-FT

96
104
111
3557

96
104
111
4071

96
104
110
4442

97
104
110
4903

98
104
110
5466

99
104
109
6148

101
104
108
7008

103
104
108
8146

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL-FT

95
104
111
3405

95
104
111
3895

95
104
110
4248

96
104
110
4716

98
104
110
5253

99
104
109
5910

100
104
109
6739

102
104
108
7316

103
104
107
8806

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
104
111
3257

94
104
111
3722

94
104
111
4055

95
104
110
4500

97
104
110
5025

98
104
109
5665

100
104
109
6448

102
104
108
7486

103
104
108
8443

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3i

P/N 130-590031-73D

P-13

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS UP


(A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 10,000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5448 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,5OO LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

106
111
117
5693

106
111
117
6599

107
111
117
7329

109
112
117
8242

110
112
117
9437

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

104
109
115
5316

104
109
115
6178

105
110
115
6823

107
110
115
7666

108
110
115
8754

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

102
107
114
4962

102
108
114
5756

103
108
114
6360

104
108
114
7134

106
109
114
8117

108
109
114
9379

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
106
112
4628

100
106
112
5371

101
106
112
5930

102
107
112
6631

104
107
112
7530

106
108
112
8678

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
110
4320

98
104
110
5007

99
105
110
5523

100
105
110
6168

102
106
110
6996

104
106
110
8080

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
104
111
4160

97
104
110
4783

98
104
110
5246

99
104
109
5776

100
104
109
6464

102
104
109
7407

104
105
109
8648

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
111
3993

97
104
110
4613

97
104
110
5041

98
104
110
5575

99
104
109
6224

101
104
109
7032

102
104
108
8088

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
104
111
3828

96
104
110
4419

96
104
110
4845

97
104
110
5363

99
104
109
5981

100
104
109
6745

102
104
108
7757

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
104
111
3664

95
104
111
4226

96
104
110
4646

97
104
110
5140

98
104
109
5751

99
104
109
6487

101
104
108
7450

103
104
103
8751

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
104
111
3502

94
104
111
4036

95
104
110
4436

96
104
110
4936

97
104
110
5521

99
104
109
6234

100
104
108
7141

102
104
108
8384

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab3j

FEBRUARY 1999

P-14

P/N 130-590031-73D

FlightSafety
international

TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
6097 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

100
103
109
2387

99
103
109
2733

99
103
109
2916

99
103
109
3103

99
104
109
3300

99
104
109
3612

101
104
109
4154

103
104
109
4746

104
105
109
5199

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
102
107
2260

97
102
107
2541

97
102
107
2712

97
102
107
2889

97
102
107
3068

97
102
107
3354

99
103
107
3862

101
103
107
4407

102
103
107
4826

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
102
107
2179

97
102
107
2450

97
102
107
2607

96
102
107
2774

96
102
107
2939

96
102
106
3181

98
102
106
3629

99
102
106
4114

100
102
105
4476

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
2099

96
102
107
2365

96
102
107
2515

96
102
107
2675

95
102
107
2836

96
102
107
3066

97
102
106
3482

99
102
106
3968

99
102
106
4314

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
108
2020

96
102
107
2282

96
102
107
2425

95
102
107
2578

95
102
107
2736

95
102
107
2955

96
102
106
3346

98
102
106
3828

99
102
106
4169

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
108
1947

95
102
108
2201

95
102
107
2338

95
102
107
2484

94
102
107
2638

94
102
107
2847

96
102
106
3216

97
102
106
3662

98
102
106
4007

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
108
1879

95
102
108
2122

94
102
108
2253

94
102
107
2392

94
102
107
2539

94
102
107
2742

95
102
107
3091

96
102
106
3505

98
102
106
3850

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
108
1812

94
102
108
2044

94
102
108
2169

94
102
108
2301

93
102
108
2441

93
102
107
2637

94
102
107
2968

96
102
106
3362

97
102
106
3675

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
108
1744

94
102
108
1966

93
102
108
2085

93
102
108
2211

93
102
108
2344

93
102
107
2534

94
102
107
2847

95
102
106
3223

96
102
106
3513

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
108
1678

93
102
108
1889

93
102
108
2002

92
102
108
2122

92
102
108
2248

92
102
107
2428

93
102
107
2729

94
102
107
3085

95
102
106
3360

flmmtab7

P/N 130-590031-73D

P-15

FEBRUARY 1999

TAKEOFF
FLAPS APPROACH

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: SEA LEVEL

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 1000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS

TAKEOFF
FLAPS APPROACH

6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR- -KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
103
109
2533

99
103
109
2906

99
103
109
3099

99
104
109
3303

99
104
109
3512

100
104
109
3942

102
104
109
4504

103
105
109
5173

105
105
109
5669

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
102
107
2363

97
102
107
2702

97
102
107
2885

97
102
107
3071

97
102
107
3265

98
102
107
3648

100
103
107
4191

101
103
107
4807

102
103
107
5250

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - Fl

97
102
107
2294

97
102
107
2598

96
102
107
2771

96
102
107
2941

96
102
107
3117

96
102
106
3442

98
102
106
3933

99
102
106
4464

100
102
105
4872

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
2210

96
102
107
2506

96
102
107
2672

95
102
107
2839

95
102
107
3007

96
102
106
3316

97
102
106
3782

99
102
106
4303

100
102
105
4676

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
2129

96
102
107
2417

95
102
107
2575

95
102
107
2739

95
102
107
2900

95
102
107
3192

97
102
106
3624

98
102
106
4149

99
102
105
4504

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
108
2055

95
102
107
2330

95
102
107
2481

94
102
107
2641

94
102
107
2795

95
102
107
3072

96
102
106
3478

98
102
106
4003

99
102
106
4337

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
108
1982

95
102
108
2246

94
102
107
2390

94
102
107
2542

93
102
107
2693

94
102
107
2956

95
102
106
3343

97
102
106
3824

98
102
106
4175

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
108
1910

94
102
108
2161

94
102
108
2299

93
102
108
2443

93
102
107
2592

93
102
107
2841

95
102
106
3210

96
102
106
3654

97
102
106
4007

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
108
1839

93
102
108
2078

93
102
108
2209

93
102
108
2346

92
102
108
2489

93
102
107
2728

94
102
107
3078

95
102
106
3498

96
102
106
3821

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
108
1768

93
102
108
1996

92
102
108
2120

92
102
108
2250

92
102
108
2385

92
102
107
2617

93
102
107
2946

95
102
106
3347

96
102
106
3647

flmmtab7a

OCTOBER 2000

P-16

P/N 130-590031-73D

FlightSafety
international

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 2000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
103
109
2693

99
103
109
3089

99
104
109
3300

99
104
109
3516

99
104
109
3744

100
104
109
4274

102
104
109
4904

104
105
109
5636

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
102
107
2504

97
102
107
2876

97
102
107
3069

97
102
107
3270

97
102
107
3482

98
102
107
3981

100
103
107
4558

102
103
107
5231

103
103
107
5728

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
2419

96
102
107
2763

96
102
107
2939

96
102
107
3122

96
102
106
3310

97
102
106
3733

98
102
106
4262

100
102
105
4863

101
102
105
5299

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
2333

96
102
107
2664

95
102
107
2837

95
102
107
3011

95
102
107
3190

96
102
106
3584

98
102
106
4110

99
102
105
4676

100
102
105
5069

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
2251

95
102
107
2567

95
102
107
2737

95
102
107
2904

94
102
107
3075

95
102
106
3450

97
102
106
3951

99
102
106
4498

100
102
105
4883

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
108
2172

95
102
107
2474

94
102
107
2639

94
102
107
2799

94
102
107
2962

95
102
106
3320

96
102
106
3781

98
102
106
4321

99
102
105
4694

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
108
2095

94
102
107
2382

94
102
107
2540

93
102
107
2696

93
102
107
2852

94
102
107
3195

96
102
106
3623

98
102
106
4177

98
102
106
4526

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
108
2017

94
102
108
2292

93
102
108
2441

93
102
107
2595

93
102
107
2744

94
102
107
3067

95
102
106
3476

97
102
106
3985

98
102
106
4351

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
108
1941

93
102
108
2202

93
102
108
2344

92
102
108
2492

92
102
107
2636

93
102
107
2943

94
102
106
3333

96
102
106
3803

97
102
106
4171

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
108
1865

92
102
108
2114

92
102
108
2248

92
102
108
2388

91
102
108
2530

92
102
107
2820

93
102
107
3191

95
102
106
3634

96
102
106
3969

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab7b

P/N 130-590031-73D

P-17

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 3000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
103
109
2867

99
104
109
3291

99
104
109
3515

99
104
109
3747

99
104
109
4090

101
104
109
4648

103
105
109
5324

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
2664

97
102
107
3060

97
102
107
3268

97
102
107
3483

97
102
107
3789

99
103
107
4325

101
103
107
4954

102
103
107
5688

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
2563

96
102
107
2932

96
102
107
3121

96
102
107
3320

96
102
106
3579

97
102
106
4067

99
102
106
4614

100
102
105
5275

102
102
105
5801

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
2473

95
102
107
2829

95
102
107
3010

95
102
107
3200

95
102
106
3450

97
102
106
3898

98
102
106
4451

100
102
105
5053

101
102
105
5526

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
2385

95
102
107
2729

95
102
107
2902

94
102
107
3084

95
102
107
3325

96
102
106
3738

98
102
106
4288

99
102
105
4877

100
102
105
5320

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
2300

94
102
107
2632

94
102
107
2798

94
102
107
2971

94
102
107
3203

95
102
105
3592

97
102
106
4116

98
102
106
4690

99
102
105
5121

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
108
2217

94
102
107
2533

93
102
107
2695

93
102
107
2861

93
102
107
3081

94
102
106
3453

96
102
106
3937

98
102
106
4504

99
102
105
4932

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
108
2134

93
102
108
2435

93
102
107
2594

93
102
107
2752

93
102
107
2961

94
102
107
3317

95
102
106
3768

97
102
106
4346

98
102
106
4740

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
108
2052

93
102
108
2338

92
102
108
2491

92
102
107
2644

92
102
107
2842

93
102
107
3183

95
102
106
3609

96
102
106
4139

98
102
106
4555

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
108
1971

92
102
108
2242

92
102
108
2388

91
102
108
2537

91
102
107
2726

92
102
107
3051

94
102
106
3453

96
102
106
3945

97
102
106
4371

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab7c

FEBRUARY 1999

P-18

P/N 130-590031-73D

FlightSafety
international

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 4000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
103
109
3048

99
104
109
3506

99
104
109
3747

99
104
109
4002

100
104
109
4452

101
104
109
5056

103
105
109
5803

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
2839

97
102
107
3260

97
102
107
3483

97
102
107
3711

98
102
107
4138

99
103
107
4706

101
103
107
5380

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
2726

96
102
107
3113

96
102
107
3320

96
102
106
3528

96
102
106
3887

98
102
106
4405

99
102
105
4997

101
102
105
5751

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
2629

95
102
107
3003

95
102
107
3200

95
102
107
3402

96
102
106
3733

97
102
106
4248

99
102
106
4818

100
102
105
5491

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
2534

95
102
107
2896

94
102
107
3083

94
102
107
3280

95
102
106
3594

96
102
106
4068

98
102
106
4650

99
102
105
5287

101
102
105
5826

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
2442

94
102
107
2791

94
102
107
2971

94
102
107
3160

94
102
106
3459

96
102
106
3898

97
102
106
4475

99
102
105
5090

100
102
105
5640

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
108
2352

93
102
107
2689

93
102
107
2861

93
102
107
3041

94
102
107
3329

95
102
106
3742

97
102
106
4291

98
102
105
4899

99
102
105
5392

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
108
2263

93
102
107
2588

93
102
107
2752

92
102
107
2923

93
102
107
3200

94
102
106
3591

96
102
106
4097

98
102
106
4706

99
102
105
5183

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
108
2175

92
102
108
2485

92
102
107
2644

92
102
107
2807

92
102
107
3072

93
102
107
3443

95
102
106
3916

97
102
105
4537

98
102
105
4979

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
108
2088

92
102
108
2382

91
102
108
2537

91
102
107
2692

92
102
107
2943

93
102
107
3297

94
102
106
3745

96
102
106
4318

98
102
106
4774

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab7d

P/N 130-590031-73D

P-19

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 5000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
109
3249

99
104
109
3739

99
104
109
4003

99
104
109
4294

100
104
109
4850

102
104
109
5507

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
3022

97
102
107
3475

97
102
107
3712

97
102
107
3983

98
103
107
4507

100
103
107
5121

102
103
107
5874

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
2897

96
102
107
3313

96
102
106
3529

95
102
106
3761

97
102
106
4231

98
102
106
4777

100
102
105
5442

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
2796

95
102
107
3193

95
102
107
3403

95
102
106
3624

96
102
106
4057

97
102
106
4610

99
102
105
5227

101
102
105
5995

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIA5
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
2698

94
102
107
3077

94
102
107
3281

94
102
107
3492

95
102
106
3893

97
102
106
4443

98
102
105
5036

100
102
105
5766

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
2599

94
102
107
2965

94
102
107
3161

94
102
107
3364

95
102
106
3744

96
102
106
4248

98
102
106
4861

99
102
105
5542

101
102
106
6161

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
2502

93
102
107
2855

93
102
107
3041

93
102
107
3239

94
102
106
3599

95
102
106
4065

97
102
106
4671

99
102
105
5339

100
102
105
5922

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
108
2406

93
102
107
2746

92
102
107
2924

92
102
107
3115

93
102
107
3457

95
102
106
3897

96
102
106
4479

98
102
105
5133

100
102
105
5692

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
108
2310

92
102
107
2639

92
102
107
2808

92
102
107
2990

92
102
107
3317

94
102
106
3734

96
102
106
4271

98
102
106
4934

99
102
105
5466

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
108
2216

91
102
108
2532

91
102
107
2693

91
102
107
2866

92
102
107
3179

93
102
106
3575

95
102
106
4076

97
102
106
4731

98
102
105
5240

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab7e

FEBRUARY 1999

P-20

P/N 130-590031-73D

FlightSafety
international

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 6000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

98
104
109
3465

99
104
109
3995

99
104
109
4278

99
104
109
4678

101
104
109
5254

103
105
109
6007

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
3221

97
102
107
3705

97
102
107
3967

97
102
107
4343

99
103
107
4914

101
103
107
5577

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
3078

95
102
106
3523

95
102
106
3755

96
102
106
4081

97
102
106
4600

99
102
105
5183

100
102
105
5949

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
2969

95
102
107
3398

95
102
106
3620

95
102
106
3921

97
102
106
4424

98
102
106
4996

100
102
105
5691

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
2863

94
102
107
3276

94
102
107
3489

94
102
106
3774

96
102
106
4238

97
102
106
4816

99
102
105
5476

101
102
105
6316

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KlAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
2761

94
102
107
3155

94
102
107
3361

94
102
106
3632

95
102
106
4062

97
102
106
4644

98
102
105
5263

100
102
105
6061

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
2660

93
102
107
3036

93
102
107
3236

93
102
107
3495

94
102
106
3902

96
102
106
4440

98
102
106
5074

99
102
105
5843

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
2560

92
102
107
2919

92
102
107
3113

92
102
107
3358

94
102
106
3746

95
102
106
4241

97
102
106
4879

99
102
105
5602

100
102
105
6234

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
108
2457

92
102
107
2803

92
102
107
2988

92
102
107
3225

93
102
107
3592

94
102
106
4058

96
102
106
4676

98
102
105
5371

100
102
105
5988

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
108
2355

91
102
107
2689

91
102
107
2864

91
102
107
3092

92
102
107
3440

93
102
106
3881

95
102
106
4452

98
102
105
5160

99
102
105
5749

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab7f

P/N 130-590031-73D

P-21

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 7000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
109
3696

99
104
109
4272

99
104
109
4587

100
104
109
5092

101
104
109
5740

103
105
109
6565

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
3438

97
102
107
3961

97
102
107
4243

98
103
107
4739

99
103
107
5326

101
103
107
6094

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

96
102
107
3277

95
102
106
3752

95
102
106
4003

96
102
106
4446

98
102
106
4996

99
102
105
5655

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
3159

95
102
106
3616

95
102
106
3855

96
102
106
4264

97
102
106
4810

98
102
105
5441

100
102
105
6205

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
3045

94
102
107
3485

94
102
106
3713

95
102
106
4091

96
102
106
4628

98
102
106
5231

99
102
105
5973

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
2934

94
102
107
3357

93
102
107
3575

94
102
106
3935

95
102
106
4432

97
102
106
5027

99
102
105
574

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
2825

93
102
107
3232

93
102
107
3440

93
102
106
3784

95
102
106
4241

97
102
106
4857

98
102
105
5531

100
102
105
6379

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
2718

92
102
107
3109

92
102
107
3308

93
102
107
3635

94
102
106
4067

96
102
106
4635

98
102
105
5314

99
102
105
6132

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
107
2612

92
102
107
2984

91
102
107
3177

92
102
107
3487

93
102
106
3897

95
102
106
4424

97
102
106
5103

99
102
105
5891

100
102
105
6578

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL- FT

91
102
108
2507

91
102
107
2507

91
102
107
2860

91
102
107
3048

92
102
107
3341

94
102
106
3731

96
102
106
4229

98
102
105
4889

100
102
105
6314

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab7g

OCTOBER 2000

P-22

P/N 130-590031-73D1

FlightSafety
international

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 8000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
109
3952

99
104
109
4582

99
104
109
4956

101
104
109
5537

102
105
109
6269

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
3667

97
102
107
4239

97
103
107
4616

99
103
107
5164

100
103
107
5824

102
103
107
6669

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
106
3489

95
102
106
4002

96
102
106
4329

97
102
106
4837

98
102
105
5403

100
102
105
6183

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
107
3365

95
102
106
3856

95
102
106
4157

96
102
106
4654

97
102
106
5220

99
102
105
5918

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
3244

94
102
107
3714

94
102
106
3999

95
102
106
4461

97
102
106
5032

98
102
105
5698

100
102
105
6525

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KlAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
3124

93
102
107
3575

94
102
106
3850

95
102
106
4275

96
102
106
4840

98
102
105
5485

99
102
105
6278

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
3006

93
102
107
3441

93
102
107
3703

94
102
106
4106

95
102
106
4628

97
102
106
5274

99
102
105
6040

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
107
2891

92
102
107
3308

92
102
107
3558

93
102
106
3941

94
102
106
4426

97
102
106
5087

98
102
105
5807

100
102
105
6736

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
107
2776

91
102
107
3177

92
102
107
3415

92
102
107
3779

94
102
106
4240

96
102
106
4845

98
102
105
5576

100
102
105
6468

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

91
102
108
2663

91
102
107
3048

91
102
107
3273

92
102
107
3620

93
102
106
4054

95
102
106
4615

97
102
106
5334

99
102
105
6215

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
flmmtab7h

P/N 130-590031-73D

P-23

FEBRUARY 1999

PILOT CHECKLISTBEECH MODEL B300/B300C

TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 9000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
109
4229

99
104
109
4904

100
104
109
5389

101
104
109
6043

103
105
109
6854

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
3922

97
102
107
4556

98
103
107
5023

99
103
107
5619

101
103
107
6367

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
106
3717

95
102
106
4282

96
102
106
4720

97
102
106
5257

99
102
105
5914

101
102
105
6767

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
106
3583

95
102
106
4116

95
102
106
4528

97
102
106
5062

98
102
105
5679

100
102
105
6457

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
3453

94
102
106
3963

95
102
106
4343

96
102
106
4867

97
102
106
5473

99
102
105
6214

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
3327

93
102
107
3816

94
102
106
4173

95
102
106
4661

97
102
106
5272

99
102
105
5986

100
102
105
6891

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
3204

93
102
107
3671

93
102
106
4011

94
102
106
4464

96
102
106
5069

98
102
105
5761

99
102
105
6614

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
107
3081

92
102
107
3528

93
102
107
3852

93
102
106
4283

95
102
106
4838

97
102
106
5542

99
102
105
6362

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
107
2957

91
102
107
3386

92
102
107
3696

93
102
106
4103

94
102
106
4618

96
102
106
5316

98
102
105
6105

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

91
102
107
2835

91
102
107
3247

91
102
107
3541

92
102
106
3927

93
102
106
4417

96
102
106
5072

98
102
105
5857

100
102
105
6849

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
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TAKE-OFF SPEEDS AND FIELD LENGTHS- FLAPS


APPROACH (A/C AND BLEED AIR ON)
PRESSURE ALTITUDE: 10,000 FT
TO
WEIGHT
15,000 LBS
6804 KG
14,500 LBS
6577 KG
14,000 LBS
6350 KG
13,500 LBS
6123 KG
13,000 LBS
5897 KG
12,500 LBS
5670 KG
12,000 LBS
5443 KG
11,500 LBS
5216 KG
11,000 LBS
4989 KG
10,500 LBS
4763 KG
AND
UNDER
NOTE:

OUTSIDE AIR TEMPERATURE C


-5
5
15
25
35

ITEM

-35

-15

45

52

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

99
104
109
4583

99
104
109
5346

100
104
109
5928

102
105
109
6661

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

97
102
107
4242

98
103
107
5001

98
103
107
5524

100
103
107
6195

102
103
107
7046

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
106
4008

96
102
106
4685

97
102
106
5178

98
102
105
5762

99
102
105
6354

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

95
102
106
3861

95
102
106
4496

96
102
106
4987

97
102
106
5555

99
102
105
6260

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

94
102
107
3719

94
102
106
4317

95
102
106
4779

97
102
106
5354

98
102
105
6041

100
102
105
6866

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
3581

94
102
106
4153

94
102
106
4582

96
102
106
5145

97
102
105
5806

99
102
105
6608

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

93
102
107
3447

93
102
106
3993

94
102
106
4400

95
102
106
4919

97
102
106
5587

98
102
105
6355

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

92
102
107
3314

92
102
107
3836

93
102
106
4222

94
102
106
4703

96
102
106
5370

98
102
105
6103

100
102
105
7067

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

91
102
107
3183

91
102
107
3681

92
102
107
4047

93
102
106
4506

95
102
106
5116

97
102
105
5867

99
102
105
6784

V1 - KIAS
VR - KIAS
V2 - KIAS
TOFL - FT

91
102
107
3057

91
102
107
3527

91
102
107
3875

92
102
106
4312

94
102
106
4875

96
102
106
5629

98
102
105
6507

INTERSECTION IN SHADED AREAS EXCEED OPERATING LIMITATIONS AND ARE


PRESENTED AS INTERPOLATION AIDS ONLY.
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MAXIMUM CRUISE POWER

FEBRUARY 1999

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CRUISE

NORMAL CRUISE POWER

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CRUISE

PILOT NOTES

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SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION
FUEL SYSTEM SCHEMATIC...........................................................................................SI-2

SUPPLEMENTAL
INFORMATION

POWER DISTRIBUTION SCHEMATICDC...................................................................SI-3

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SI-1

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SI-2

AIR INLET

VENT FLOAT VALVE

W.S. 290.92

INTERGRAL (WET CELL)


35 GALLONS

DRAIN

WING LEADING EDGE


13 GALLONS

HEATED RAM VENT

RECESSED VENT

25 GALLONS
BOX SECTION

FLAME ARRESTOR

23 GALLONS
BOX
SECTION

WING LEADING EDGE


40 GALLONS

DRAIN VALVE

FUEL LOW LEVEL SENSOR

PRESSURE SWITCH FOR LEFT NO FUEL


TRANSFER LIGHT ON CAUTION PANEL

MOTIVE FLOW VALVE

AUX - 79.5 GAL

CHECK VALVE

GRAVITY FLOW CHECK VALVE

LEFT FUEL PRESSURE ANNUNCIATOR PRESSURE SWITCH

FUEL CONTROL PURGE LINE

AIR FILTER

FUEL HEATER

ENGINE DRIVEN HIGH PRESSURE FUEL PUMP

P3 BLEED AIR LINE

FUEL FLOW TRANSMITTER AND INDICATOR

STRAINER AND DRAIN VALVE

FUEL PRESSURE ANNUNCIATOR

FUEL FLOW INDICATOR

CHECK VALVE

SUCTION RELIEF VALVE

PROBE

FILLER

FUEL VENT

P3 AIR LINE FOR FUEL PURGE

FUEL RETURN

FUEL CROSSFEED

FUEL UNDER PUMP PRESSURE

FUEL AT STRAINER OR FILTER

AVIATION FUEL

MAIN - 190 GAL

LEGEND

SUPPLEMENTAL
INFORMATION

FLOAT CHECK VALVE


DRAIN VALVE

TRANSFER JET PUMP

79.5 GALLONS

AUXILIARY

STRAINER, DRAIN
& FUEL SWITCH

CROSSFEED VALVE

PRESSURE RELIEF VALVE

VENT FLOAT VALVE

NACELLE TANK 54 GALLONS

STANDBY BOOST PUMP

FIREWALL SHUTOFF VALVE

ENGINE DRIVEN BOOST PUMP


DRAIN VALVE

FIREWALL FUEL FILTER

FUEL PURGE TANK

FUEL CONTROL UNIT

ENGINE FUEL MANIFOLD

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FUEL SYSTEM SCHEMATIC

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GENERATOR
CONTROL

60

LEFT
STARTER
RELAY

SI-3

DUAL-FED BUS

BAT BUS

LEFT GEN.
BUS TIE

250

LEFT
LINE
CONTACTOR

STARTER/
GENERATOR

BAT BUS
SWITCH
NORMAL

LOAD METER

LEFT GEN. BUS

LEFT
GENERATOR
SWITCH

TO
GENERATOR
FIELD

BATTERY
MONITOR
AMMETER

BAT BUS
CONTROL
.5A

E
D

275
H

RCCB

BATTERY

GPU

275

BATT.
SW.

TRIPLE FED BUS

20A

60

HED

BATT. BUS
TIE

CENTER BUS
D

BATTERY
RELAY

FROM BAT BUS

275
H

250

RIGHT GEN.
BUS TIE

RIGHT
LINE
CONTACTOR

STARTER/
GENERATOR

RIGHT
STARTER
RELAY

RIGHT
GENERATOR
SWITCH

60

RIGHT GEN. BUS

GENERATOR
CONTROL

LOAD METER

TO
GENERATOR
FIELD

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