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STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES

STANDARD OPERATING PRODECURES CESSNA 402

Effective : 13 June, 2001 Revised :

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..........................5 Minimum Crew and Seat Occupation ........... 1-1 Speed Table and Prepared Performance Table ........................... 1-1 Cockpit Conduct ..2 2............................................... 2001 Revised : Title Page 1 ................................................................... 2-1 Taxiing................STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES TABLE OF CONTENTS NO TITLE PAGE FORWARD ...............3 2................ 1-1 Turn ..........................4 1... 1-1 System Operation ....2 1............................................ 2-1 Engine Run-Up ...........5 Before Starting Engine ............. GROUND OPERATION 2..................................................1 1....... GENERAL ...3 1................4 2................ 2-1 Engine Starting ....................... 2-1 Effective : 13 June. 2-1 Engine Shutdown .................................................................................................................................. 1-1 2... 1-1 1....1 2................ 1 1................... Braking and Stopping ..............................................

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some of the procedures in this manual may have a slight disagreement with the Cessna 402 AFM. However. 2001 Revised : Title Page 1 . the directives contained in this manual are obligatory. please refer to Cessna 402 AFM section 4. Any doubt and/or questions concerning this manual please submit to Chief Pilot or Chief Training. The goal of this manual is to concur upon a safe and efficient operation. thus superseding the procedures written in the Cessna 402 AFM. Capt. For the procedures that had not been covered by this SOP. This SOP is a supplement to the Cessna 402 AFM and should be used as DERAYA’S legally approved manual. Therefore. uniformity built to maintain airmen’s self discipline.STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES FOREWORD The Cessna 402 Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) is a brief standard procedures of the Cessna 402 pilot day to day operation. Julikin Head of Operations Division Effective : 13 June. because it has been adjusted to suit Company needs. Criticism and suggestions will be highly appreciated.

TAKEOFF AND CLIMBING 4. DESCEND AND HOLDING 5. GROUND OPERATIONS 3. 2001 Revised : Title Page 1 . CRUISE. INSTRUMENT APPROACHES SUPPLEMENT PROCEDURE ATTACHMENT A ATTACHMENT B SPEED TABLE FIGURE Page 1 1-1 2-1 3-1 4-1 5-1 6-1 1-1 1-1 1-1 1 1-1 Effective : 13 June.STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES TABLE OF CONTENTS Title FOREWORD 1. GENERAL 2. APPROACH AND LANDING 6.

Except. flight instructor/route instructor/check pilot. the procedure as stated on subsection 1.2 Cockpit Conduct Pilot should adjust his/her seat in such a way that he/she is comfortable to control the aircraft in all configurations. Seatbelt and shoulder harness should be fastened for maximum safety. approach and landing. windscreen should never be covered by any means other than the plastic sunvisor provided for.4 System Operation Systems operation and limitation should be adhered to as prescribed on Section 2 and 4 of FAA approved AFM / checklist. 1. especially during takeoff.3 T u r n The bank during turns must be limited to 300 unless in emergency situation such as initial entry of emergency descend. Unobstructed to monitor instrument panel as well as outside vision.11 of this section applied. The published minimum manoeuvring speed will give a safe margin over the stalling speed upt to 300 bank angle. when required. or P/O (second in command). during a flight instrument approach. he may. 1. When operated by two pilots cres. accompanied by an engineer and/or a co-pilot when required. Effective : 13 June. 2001 Revised : Title Page 1 . 1.1 Minimum crew and seat occupation Cessna 402 is basically operated by a single crew (pilot only). Right hand seat is normally empty except when accompanied by either crew member: aircraft engineer. however.STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES 1.

in conjunction with the standard navigation equipment as required by CASR Part 91 and135 subpart 309. it is recommended that during creation of user waypoint and / or subsequent route/approach entry. always monitor RAIM (Receiver Autonomous Integrity Monitoring System) Status. The primary information authorized to be derived from GPS are limited to appearing and distance only. should be used as long as operating within region ISA ± 150 C. To minimize these mistakes.STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES 1. the use of GPS as limited as “secondary means” of navigation equipment. Se the other GPS information provided are considered to be optional / as convenient and at pilot’s own risk / responsibility. Effective : 13 June. check with the standard navigation equipment and notify control. 2001 Revised : Title Page 1 . Use of GPS is limited to VFR flight only.6 Use of GPS Until otherwise changed in regulation by the government. Use GPS with cautions. stop using it. pilots: Have two (2) other qualified pilots cross-checked. GPS can be used as DME replacement. Should GPS failure warning appear. where : Takeoff speeds are based on V1 = Vr V2 based on 1.5 Speed table and prepared performance table Speed table for takeoff and landing issued in the checklist are obtained from Section 5 (performance) FAA approved AFM.2 Vs Vref / TTS based on 1. using the correct terminology (instead of saying 5 DME say 15 GPS). Always personally check to his/her satisfaction the route & waypoint he/she is going to used. In the case of aircraft not DME equipped during certification (Casa 212-100).3 Vso of the respective flap setting 1.

Effective : 13 June. After landing check should be performed when the aircraft start clearing the active runway. when situation permit read the Emergency Checklist for the completion of emergency action.STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES 1. Pilot may elect QFE on his/her side altimeter 1. Delay the after takeoff check until clear of other traffic in the area. interior and before starting checklist every first flight of the day. a minimum 600 feet is recommended . Pilots are to perform complete exterior. Execution of Emergency Checklist stating memory or immediate action required should be done without delay and there after. Do not commence taxi/before takeoff checks until the aircrafts has cleared from congested area. 2001 Revised : Title Page 1 .000 feet. QNH should be set on both altimeter during all phases of flight. Memorizing normal Checklist’s item is strictly prohibited to avoid missing items in particular checklist being performed. Final landing check should be accomplished after the landing gear is down locked. Pilot should always use checklist during normal operation.8 Use of checklist Checklist is mean to verify that essential step for particular procedure or flight phases are accomplished.7 Altimeter Setting Since Cessna 402 normal operating altitude is below 10.