KING AIR B210

KING AIR B210
AIRCRAFT FLIGHT MANUAL

FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY
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KING AIR B210

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 GENERAL .................................................................................................................... 4 
1.1 Introduction ............................................................................................................... 4 
1.2 Safety Instructions .................................................................................................... 5 
2.0 LIMITATIONS ............................................................................................................. 7 
2.1 Airspeeds: ................................................................................................................. 7 
2.2 Maximum weights: ................................................................................................... 8 
2.3 Powerplant: ............................................................................................................... 9 
2.4 Power settings: ........................................................................................................ 10 
2.5 Propellers: ............................................................................................................... 11 
2.6 Fuel: ........................................................................................................................ 11 
2.7 Engine oil: ............................................................................................................... 11 
2.8 Hydraulic fluid: ....................................................................................................... 11 
2.9 Pressurization: ......................................................................................................... 12 
2.10 Electrical: .............................................................................................................. 12 
2.11 Generator Limitations: .......................................................................................... 12 
2.12 Starter Limitations: ............................................................................................... 12 
2.13 Ice Protection: ....................................................................................................... 12 
3.0 NORMAL PROCEDURES ........................................................................................ 13 
3.1 Captain’s Before Start Flow: .................................................................................. 13 
3.2 First Officer’s Before Start Flow: ........................................................................... 18 
3.3 Normal Checklist – with flows ............................................................................... 20 
3.4 Normal Checklist .................................................................................................... 23 
4.0 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ................................................................................. 27 
4.1 Engine: .................................................................................................................... 27 
4.2 Electrical: ................................................................................................................ 30 
4.3 Pressurization and Fuel: .......................................................................................... 31 
4.4 Landing Gear and Trim:.......................................................................................... 33 
5.0 PERFORMANCE ....................................................................................................... 34 
5.1 Takeoff Weight Flaps-0% ....................................................................................... 34 
5.2 Takeoff Weight-Flaps 40% ..................................................................................... 35 
5.3 Takeoff Flight Path ................................................................................................. 36 
5.4 Takeoff Distance-Flaps 0%..................................................................................... 37 
5.5 Accelerate-stop-Flaps 0% ....................................................................................... 38 
5.6 Accelerate-go-Flaps 0% .......................................................................................... 39 
5.7 Net Gradient of Climb-Flaps 0% ............................................................................ 40 
5.8 Takeoff Distance-Flaps 40%................................................................................... 41 
5.9 Accelerate-stop-Flaps 40% ..................................................................................... 42 
5.10 Accelerate-go-Flaps 40% ...................................................................................... 43 
5.11 Net Gradient of Climb-Flaps 40% ........................................................................ 44 
5.12 Climb-Two Engines-Flaps 0%.............................................................................. 45 
5.13 Climb-Two Engines-Flaps 40%............................................................................ 46 
5.14 Time, Fuel, and Distance to Climb ....................................................................... 47 
5.15 Climb-One Engine Inoperative ............................................................................. 48 
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5.16 Service Ceiling-One Engine Inoperative .............................................................. 49 
5.17 Recommended Cruise Power-ISA -10°C ............................................................. 50 
5.18 Recommended Cruise Power-ISA ........................................................................ 51 
5.19 Recommended Cruise Power-ISA+10°C.............................................................. 52 
5.20 Recommended Cruise Speeds ............................................................................... 53 
5.21 Recommended Cruise Power ................................................................................ 54 
5.22 Fuel Flow at Recommended Cruise Power........................................................... 55 
5.23 Maximum Range Power ....................................................................................... 56 
5.24 Time, Fuel, and Distance to Descend ................................................................... 57 
5.25 Landing Distance Without Propeller Reversing-Flaps 100% ............................... 58 
5.26 Landing Distance Without Propeller Reversing-Flaps 0% ................................... 59 
5.27 Landing Distance With Propeller Reversing-Flaps 100% .................................... 60 
5.28 Landing Distance With Propeller Reversing-Flaps 0% ........................................ 61 
6.0 FLIGHT PROFILES ................................................................................................... 62 
6.1 Precision Approach ................................................................................................. 62 
6.2 Non-precision Approach ......................................................................................... 63 

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It is meant to complement. If a conflict is found between this document and any other Selkirk College reference materials please bring it to the attention of the Chief Flight Instructor. FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 4 .0 GENERAL 1. and should be used in conjunction with the Selair SOP’s. but some significant system differences warranted the creation of a manual specific to the Alsim flight training device. This manual is designed to emulate the AFM of an actual aircraft.1 Introduction This document is the Selkirk College approved operating manual for the King Air B210. performance. The information contained in this document closely resembles that of a Super King Air B200.KING AIR B210 1. normal and abnormal procedures. however. systems. It contains relevant information regarding operating limitations. in the interest of effective training some additional information has been included.

2 Safety Instructions FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 5 .KING AIR B210 1.

KING AIR B210 FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 6 .

gear down.130KIAS 25.140KIAS. demonstrated crosswind.stall speed flaps up (12.0 LIMITATIONS 2.000 to 35.maximum landing gear operating speed Vfe 200KIAS.000ft. range glide speed.500Lbs) Vso 75KIAS.turbulent air penetration speed Vmo 259KIAS.maximum landing gear operating speed 163KIAS. Landing assured.one-engine inoperative best rate of climb Min. One engine. upon commencing descent.500 lbs) Vb 170KIAS.approach position 40%.two-engine best angle of climb Vxse 115KIAS.140 KIAS.500lbs) Vx 100KIAS. flaps approach. Landing assured.Vref + gust factor.two-engine best rate of climb Vyse 121KIAS.one-engine inoperative best angle of climb Vy 126KIAS. flap retraction speed.140KIAS. reverse speed. Non-precision approach: 2 NM from FAF.000 to 20.120KIAS Holding speeds: Two engine.flaps approach.maximum flaps extended speed 157KIAS.maximum operating limit speed Vle 181KIAS.retraction.000ft.60KIAS Max. Vref + 20.000ft.1 Airspeeds: Vmca 86KIAS.160KIAS 10. Precision approach: 2 NM from FAF.Vref + 20.135KIAS Min.air minimum control speed Vsse 104KIAS. Approach speeds and configurations: Initially.full down position 100%.KING AIR B210 2.000 to 25.stall speed flaps 100% (12. IF inbound. FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 7 . flaps up.maneuvering speed (12.25kts (not limiting) Cruise climb: Sea level to 10.maximum landing gear extended speed Vlo 181KIAS.140KIAS 20.extension.000ft.Vref + gust factor.flaps down.flaps down.intentional one engine inoperative speed Va 181KIAS.100KIAS Max.maximum flaps extended speed Vs 99KIAS. flaps remain at approach.140KIAS.

590lbs Takeoff.Vref + 25. Airspeed Indicator Markings: 2.500lbs Landing.410lbs FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 8 .400lbs Ramp.12.500lbs Aft Baggage Compartment.10.12.2 Maximum weights: Zero fuel.KING AIR B210 Approach speeds and configurations one engine inoperative: As above with the exception of: 2NM from FAF.12.

3 Powerplant: Two Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42 Reverse flow. free turbine.KING AIR B210 2.shaft horsepower per engine. 850 SHP. FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 9 .

4 Power settings: Take-off. 2230ft/lbs torque.70% N1 FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 10 . 750˚C ITT Cruise. 800˚C ITT Climb.2000rpm. 725˚C ITT Low Idle.1700rpm.KING AIR B210 400 to 2230 ft-lbs 2230 ft-lbs 2.56% N1 High Idle. 2230ft/lbs torque.1900rpm. 2230ft/lbs torque.

2. but the following limitations apply. landing gear. level. Jet A-1. fuel for takeoff. Crossfeed capability is required for climbs above FL200. Type. Min. struts. constant speed.265lbs/side Max. One fuel pump may be inoperative for takeoff. (Crossfeed of fuel will not be available from the side of the inoperative boost pump.Exxon Turbo Oil 2380 2.KING AIR B210 Note: For continued operation with oil pressure between 60 and 85 PSI limit torque to 1100ft/lbs.Full on dipstick Type. imbalance 1000lbs. FL200 or below if either fuel pump is inoperative.4 QTS low on dipstick Max. JP-4. 2. - 150 hours between engine overhauls.7 Engine oil: Capacity. Recommended Grades. variable pitch.1QT/10hrs. Jet B.Jet A. Limit torque to 1800ft lbs for sustained operation at 2080rpm.14 quarts Max. Values below 60 PSI are unsafe and require engine shutdown or immediate landing using minimum power required.MIL-H-5606 FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 11 . useable. Sustained operation above 2080rpm is not approved. level. consumption.) Operation with the fuel pressure annunciator illuminated is limited to 10 hours before overhaul or replacement of the engine-driven fuel pump. Engine oil boosted to 400PSI controls blade pitch.5 Propellers: Three blade. JP-5 Note: Avgas is an approved fuel for emergency situations.544 US Gallons (3645 lbs) Min.6 Fuel: Max. 2.8 Hydraulic fluid: Brakes.

10 Electrical: Two 28VDC. FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 12 .000 ft Max. Engine anti-ice on for all ground operations. Two 28VDC. operating altitude yaw damp inoperative. One 24VDC. cabin differential. 115/26VAC inverters. 34 Amp/Hour Nickel Cadmium battery.5.25.13 Ice Protection: Do not operate deice boots below -40˚C Do not operate prop heat when props not turning.000 ft Max. 60 seconds off 40 seconds on. to FL250.12 Starter Limitations: 40 seconds on. Note: A minimum battery voltage of 20V is required before connecting to external power or attempting a battery start.85% Load 2. 60 seconds off 40 seconds on. External power (GPU) 24-30VDC. Engine anti-ice on during flight in visible moisture below 5˚C Brake deice is not approved for takeoff.2 PSI 2.KING AIR B210 2. 1100 Amps surge. 30 minutes off 2.L.9 Pressurization: Max. 400 Amps continuous. 250 Amp starter generators.11 Generator Limitations: S.100% Load Ground Ops. 2. operating altitude.17.

1 Captain’s Before Start Flow:   1. 5. 4. Parking brake‐on  Confirm gear‐down  Confirm external power‐connected  Battery‐on  Avionics master‐on  FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 13 . 3.KING AIR B210 3. 2.0 NORMAL PROCEDURES 3.

KING AIR B210 Complete flow checks: Start with overhead panel FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 14 .

KING AIR B210 After overhead flow move to main panel and flow as follows: Notes: • Standard HSI model is to be used. • Determine 400 agl and set on red (#2) altitude bug.if the departure has a special restriction calling for initial climb to an altitude greater than 400 agl set that instead. • Get the V1 and V2 speeds from the checklist and set them on the bugs as shown above • Leave Speed selector on position 3 (orange) to be updated in climb. • Post the TOLD card FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 15 . IMPORTANT . If it is not already selected use EHSI mode to set it.

• Power levers to idle • Props full forward • Condition levers off • Rudder trim to zero • Confirm Autopilot is off • Set autopilot to PF FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 16 .KING AIR B210 Next move to the center pedestal: • Set elevator trim slightly nose up – refer to graphic on center panel when setting.

Avionics Master-Off 2. When you have received a radio setup briefing from the First Officer complete your departure briefing. Rotating beacon-On Complete start procedure per start procedure simulation and ALSIM SOPs.Disconnect 4. • On the back of the pedestal set roll trim to zero • Turn on the fuel valves.KING AIR B210 Notes: • Certain anomalies with the simulator on start can be forestalled by releasing parking brake and resetting before starting. Once the above flow checks have been completed use the Before Start checklist to double check the most important items. confirm no questions and announce “Before start checklist complete” 1. GPS flight plan. Your co-pilot will be obtaining the ATIS and setting up the radios. 3. etc. Generators-On Once the PF is satisfied the generators are online and operating within limits s/he will call “After start checklist” FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 17 . External power.

2 First Officer’s Before Start Flow: The captain will turn on the avionics for you. FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 18 .KING AIR B210 3.

KING AIR B210 1. ATIS / weather update 2.) 5. The Captain will have posted a TOLD card from which you can obtain the required speeds to set. Set DME switch Once the above is done complete a flow check of the panel. Obtain IFR clearance 3. FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 19 . Tune radios for departure (or ground test if required. Load required GPS flight plan – insert required departure procedure 4.

.......................... OFF 9.......... Transponder ...................................... • Load the required GPS flight plan • Insert any required departure procedures • Set red altitude bug to 400 agl unless a special altitude restriction is called for on the departure procedure. If the weather is below landing minima check the weather at the departure alternate.......................................... • Give the Captain a radio setup briefing... ON BEFORE TAKEOFF 1..... CHECKED 2...... Trim............... Instrument Panel ................... COMPLETE 8....................................................... 3........ ALT____ FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 20 ............... Engine Anti-ice ............................................................... ON 2.... ____SET & CROSSCHECKED 4...... SET 5... ON 4.... Departure Briefing ........................... Instruments ............. CHECKLIST AFTER START 1.....KING AIR B210 Notes: • Get the ATIS right away... Annunciators .......... This reference may be helpful to you in keeping them straight............................... Obtain these speeds from the TOLD card posted by the Captain.............. Generators ..............THREE SET 5..... Voltage & Loadmeters ....... SET 7................. SET 6..... Radios ..... CHECKED 3.................................................................... Avionics Master ....................... Flaps ......... Fuel & Engine Instruments ..................... CHECKED 7.............................. Cabin Master ................ CHECKED 3...................... Brakes ...... Ice Protection ................................. CONSIDERED NOTES Yellow – copilot flows Gray – captain flows Flaps to approach Pitot heat on _________________________________________________________ 11........................... CHECKED LEFT & RIGHT 6......... Lights ....... • Set the white speed bug to V1 and the orange bug to V2............ ON 10......................... Altimeters......................................................................................................3 Normal Checklist – with flows Students must learn all the checklist flows.

............................................. OFF 2........ CHECKED 4... OFF 4..... Landing Gear ......................................... Yaw Damper .... VERIFIED 8................................................................ Engine Instruments ......... UP 3.............................. RAIM ...... Approach Mode .......... Cabin Lights ......................... Waypoints ... DESCENT 1... Set radar alt to 2000 AGL...................... Altimeters.............. CHECKED 7........................ Climb Power ..CHECKED 3......... ON 2............................................... SET 5..................... Cruise Power .. ON AFTER TAKEOFF (CHECKS) 1...........SELECTED 5..................................... TOLD card .... Landing & Recognition Lights ......... Can turn of seatbelt light if desired...................................CHECKED 4...... PNF should check all lights including nav...................................................................AVAILABLE Cabin pressure to 500 AAE. Approach ......... COMPLETE 2... ACTIVATED Performed at 10.............. UP 2......................................... Pressurization ............... Speedbugs/Rad Alt.. ON GNSS 5..................................................... Windshield Heat.............KING AIR B210 12................. landing......................... Flaps .......... SET 3...... SET CRUISE (CHECKS) 1... ON 10......CHECKED 6........................................................ Engine Instruments .................. CHECKED 5........000 (CHECKS) 1................ ____SET & CROSSCHECKED 4.......... Engine Anti-ice .......................... TERM 6................................ Seat belt light goes onalso check all other lights FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 21 .................... SET Windshield heat on low Zero all altimeter and speed bugs with the exception of the orange speed bugs...... etc.... Fuel Quantity ............................. APPROACH 1.............................. Approach Briefing .......................... Switches & Circuit Breakers .......000 feet..................................... Taxi Light...................................... Landing & Recognition Lights . Recognition & Landing Lights ..... Altimeters......... LOADED 7.......................... Pressurization ............ Taxi..... Pressurization .................................................... ON 3........................................................... Pressurization ................... Cabin Lights .................... ____SET & CROSSCHECKED 4............. Approach ... CHECKED 6.................. SET GNSS 6.......... SET 3................................................................

................... OFF 3..................................... 5. Flaps ... Landing Lights ................. OFF 2.. APPROACH 3................... THREE SET 7....... Avionics Master-Off 2................................................ 1. AFTER LANDING (CHECKS) 1.......FULL FORWARD 6................................................. UP 8..................... Speed bugs/Rad Alt.............................. ITT-Stable (approx.......................... DOWN & LOCKED 2...... DOWN PF calls “flaps down...... Brakes ....................... Flaps .... Propellers-Feather 5.. External Power – Connect FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 22 .. Trim................ CHECKED GNSS 4. Approach Mode ............................................... Flaps ...................................... Ice Protection ........ 500°C) 3....... below the line” – no need to say below 157 on NPA..................... Landing Gear .... Once the aircraft has reached its parking spot the Captain will complete the following shutdown procedure by memory prior to running the shutdown checks..........................................................................Cut-off 4.......KING AIR B210 BEFORE LANDING 1... Propellers ... Condition Levers... OFF 5................... ZERO Completed upon reaching a safe taxi speed......... APR _______________________________________________________ To the line performed at gear extension....... No flow items Below the line performed at Flaps down......STANDBY 4................................... Recognition Lights ......................... Transponder ......................................

.............. Parking Brake................. FREE 20................................. Departure Briefing .............. Cabin Master .................................................. Battery Master.. CHECKED 14....................................... Cabin Mode.....SELECTED 21...................... Annunciators ............ ON 2............ CHECKED 19........................................ RESET 15....................................... AUTO 17...............THREE SET 11.. Inverter ............................ Controls ........................... Cabin Master .................CHECKED 12......... ON 4............... IDLE 8.................. Condition Levers............. Power Levers .................................... ON 4....................... Engine Anti-ice ................................................................ Voltmeter .......................................... ON 18...................... SET 7........................................................................................................... ON 3.......................... Propellers .......................................... CLOSED 6........... SET 5................................KING AIR B210 3........................ COMPLETE AFTER START 1... CHECKED 3..... Oxygen ............. Fuel Quantity ................................... Trim...................................... ____SET & CROSSCHECKED 22..................... TOLD card .............................. Radios ....................................... OFF 16..................... ON FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 23 ...... SET 7................................................ CUT-OFF 10..................................FULL FORWARD 9.............. Lights ................... SET 13.. Fuel Totaliser ................................. Generators ........... Fuel Selectors ........ CHECKED 5........4 Normal Checklist BEFORE START (CHECKS) 1... Avionics Master .................................................... Altimeters.................................................................. CHECKED LEFT & RIGHT 6.............................. ON 2.......... Pressurization . Voltage & Loadmeters ............................. Instrument Panel ..................... Circuit Breakers ......................

..................................................... ON 10........................................................................................................................ Ice Protection .... Engine Instruments ...... Recognition & Landing Lights ....................... ____SET & CROSSCHECKED 4........... CHECKED 4.................................... Flaps .................... Pressurization ..... Departure Briefing ........... Speedbugs/Rad Alt..... Fuel Quantity ................CHECKED 6............... UP 3........ ALT____ 12.................. CHECKED 6...... CHECKED 7........ Taxi.................... SET 5........ Instruments ............................................. OFF 9............ Landing Gear ............ Yaw Damper ....................................... Engine Anti-ice .... Trim............................................................................................... Altimeters........... ON 10.. SET FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 24 .... Switches & Circuit Breakers ................. SET 6.......... OFF 2.................................................. Transponder ........... Annunciators .............. Flaps ..................... SET 3.............................................................. Taxi Lights ............................... Pressurization .. ON AFTER TAKEOFF (CHECKS) 1................................................. OFF 4.............. Windshield Heat.......................................... CHECKED 2......................................................... CHECKED 3............. Landing & Recognition Lights .. ON 3............................CHECKED 4.. Cabin Lights ..................................................................................000 (CHECKS) 1....................................................... Fuel & Engine Instruments .....KING AIR B210 BEFORE TAKEOFF 1......................................... CHECKED 7...................... Cruise Power .................. Brakes ......... SET CRUISE (CHECKS) 1............ UP 2. Engine Instruments .... COMPLETE 8. CHECKED 5.. Climb Power ....................... CONSIDERED _________________________________________________________ 11.................THREE SET 5......

.....................................................CHECKED 3.............. RAIM .......................................................... Cabin Lights ......................... CHECKED GNSS 4... LOADED 7................................................................................................... Altimeters.......................... Approach .................. TOLD card ......................................................................... SET 3................. COMPLETE 2.............................. Landing & Recognition Lights ............ Waypoints ......................................... Approach Briefing ...... Flaps . Engine Anti-ice .. ON 2................................SELECTED 5.......... Altimeters......... ____SET & CROSSCHECKED 4................ SET GNSS 6......... APR _______________________________________________________ 5....... Approach Mode .................................................................KING AIR B210 DESCENT 1.....AVAILABLE APPROACH 1........... Pressurization ...................................... Brakes ......... ACTIVATED BEFORE LANDING 1................................................................. Pressurization . DOWN FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 25 . APPROACH 3.............. VERIFIED 8........ Landing Gear ................................... DOWN & LOCKED 2......... TERM 6.......................................... Approach .... ____SET & CROSSCHECKED 4... ON GNSS 5..... Approach Mode . Flaps ................

............................. Battery Master ............. OFF 7...................... Flaps .... Transponder ....................... ITT .......... “APPROACH CHECKLIST”..... Recognition Lights .. Propellers ... Ice Protection .......KING AIR B210 AFTER LANDING (CHECKS) 1.....completed at safe taxi speed silently by the PNF............. THREE SET 7.........completed through 10.......................................................................................... OFF 8.......... Cabin Master ..................... “AFTER LANDING CHECKS”............ OFF 2.... CUT ........................................................................... Fuel Quantity .. “CRUISE CHECKS”.........completed silently by the PNF....................... OFF 3..................... OFF 5....... OFF 9.. SET 2.. “BEFORE TAKEOFF CHECKLIST TO THE LINE”....... Avionics Master ......... “SHUTDOWN CHECKS”...... OFF “BEFORE START CHECKS”......... Landing Lights ......................completed silently by left seat pilot................... OFF 11......................... Speed bugs/Rad Alt............................ FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 26 ................... UP 8.completed through 400’ silently by the PNF.....completed silently by the PNF............................................. Propellers .000 FEET CHECKS”...... CHECKED 13......... Inverter .......FULL FORWARD 6.....completed at gear extension as challenge response.. ZERO SHUTDOWN (CHECKS) 1.................................................... Parking Brake. Generators ..... “AFTER TAKEOFF CHECKS”.........000 feet as challenge response............................................................................... Overhead Panel Switches .................................. OFF 3...... “BELOW THE LINE”-completed when cleared to position as challenge response......... OFF 14.... OFF 10........STANDBY 4.. Rotating Beacon ......................... “BEFORE LANDING CHECKLIST TO THE LINE”............ Voltmeter ...... “AFTER START CHECKLIST”..................................... FEATHERED 6.. STABILIZED 4................................ “DESCENT CHECKLIST”..........................OFF 5........... CHECKED 12....completed during taxi as challenge response.......... Cabin Mode...................... “10. Condition Levers......completed prior to descent as challenge response.................................................... “BELOW THE LINE”....................................completed at full flap extension as challenge response...challenge response........................................completed silently by the left seat pilot... Trim............

5.1 Engine: ENGINE FIRE ON GROUND (HIGH ITT/SMOKE OR FIRE IN EXHAUST STACKS) 1.MAX.OFF 7.CUT OFF Propeller – FEATHER Fuel Selector Valve – CLOSED Fire Extinguisher . Condition Lever .CUT OFF Propeller – FEATHER Fuel Selector Valve – CLOSED Starter . 4.ON Ignition – OFF Fuel Pump . Emergency call and evacuate FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 27 . 4.0 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES 4. Brakes . Fuel Selector Valves – CLOSED 6. Operative Engine . 2.OFF NACELLE FIRE ON GROUND (ENGINE FIRE ANNUNCIATOR) 1. Fuel Pumps .IDLE 2. Condition Lever .ACTUATE Ignition – OFF Fuel Pump – OFF Emergency call and evacuate ENGINE FAILURE PRIOR TO V1 1. 6. 7.CUT OFF 5.AS REQUIRED 3. 5. Battery Master – OFF 8. REVERSE (Caution: directional control may be compromised) (If insufficient runway remains for stopping) 4. 3. 3. Condition Levers . 6. Power Levers .KING AIR B210 4. 2.

b.MONITOR EMERGENCY ENGINE SHUTDOWN (ENGINE FAILURE/FIRE.OFF Generator – OFF Prop Sync . Fuel Pump . c. e.FEATHER Fuel Selector Valve – CLOSED Fire Extinguisher – IF REQUIRED Fuel Pump .CLOSED 4.FEATHER Airspeed – V2 Flaps – UP (Vyse) (Secure Inoperative Engine) a. d.MONITOR Fuel Load – MONITOR FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 28 . Power . Fire Extinguisher – IF REQUIRED (Secure Inoperative Engine) a.OFF Electrical Load . 5. 2. 6. Condition Lever . Condition Lever . 4.OFF Electrical Load .KING AIR B210 ENGINE FAILURE AFTER V1 1. e. Fuel Selector Valve . 3. b.OFF Generator – OFF Prop Sync . f. g.CUT OFF 2. c. h.CUT OFF Propeller .FEATHER 3. LOW OIL PRESSURE) Affected Engine: 1. d. Propeller .MAXIMUM ALLOWABLE Airspeed – MAINTAIN V2 Landing Gear – UP (positive rate) Propeller .

Electrical Load – MINIMUM REQUIRED 2.ON 7. Airspeed . Ignition .OFF 12.IDLE 3.AS REQUIRED AIR START WINDMILLING PROPELLER (NO STARTER ASSIST) 1.140 KNOTS MINIMUM 9.CONFIRM ON 9. Fuel Pump . Power Lever .AS REQUIRED (after ITT has peaked) 13. Electrical Equipment .OFF 8. Fuel Selector Valve – OPEN 5. Propeller Lever . Propeller Lever .FULL FORWARD 4.AS REQUIRED FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 29 . Generator .ON 15.OFF 14.ON 7.IDLE 3.KING AIR B210 AIR START STARTER ASSIST 1. Electrical Load – MINIMUM REQUIRED 2. Power Lever .ON 11. Condition Lever . Ignition . Starter . Fuel Selector Valve – OPEN 6. Generator .HIGH IDLE (10% N1) 10. Altitude . Condition Lever . Condition Lever .BELOW FL200 10. Power Lever .AS REQUIRED 13. Power .CUT OFF 5.ON 6. Ignition . Ignition Annunciator . Ignition .AS REQUIRED 14. Electrical Equipment . Generator (inoperative engine) .OFF (N1 50%) 11.ON 8.ON 15. Fuel Pump .CUT OFF 4. Condition Lever – HIGH IDLE (10% N1) 12. Starter .

Land as soon as practical. Land as soon as practical.2 Electrical: INVERTER FAILURE (L or R INV PWR ANNUNCIATOR) 1.OFF THEN ON (If generator will not reset) 2.UP Flaps . Select Switch Inverter . 3.OFF 3. Land as soon as practical. Operating Generator Load . BATTERY OVERHEAT (BATT OVR TEMP ANNUNCIATOR) 1.MONITOR DUAL GENERATOR FAILURE (L and R GEN INOP ANNUNCIATORS) 1. 4. 2nm/1000ft of altitude) 4.KING AIR B210 GLIDE (BOTH ENGINES INOPERATIVE) 1. Landing Gear .REDUCE (Glide ratio is approx.SELECT OTHER INVERTER (If inverter power is not restored) 2. GENERATOR FAILURE (L or R GEN INOP ANNUNCIATOR) 1.135 KNOTS Electrical Load . Generator Switch . Battery Master – OFF (If annunciator remains illuminated) 2. 5.OFF 3. FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 30 .UP Propellers . All Nonessential Equipment . Generator Switch . Generator Switches – OFF THEN ON (If generator will not reset) 2.FEATHER Airspeed . 2.

Oxygen Selector .ON 2.OFF 3. Engine) – ON 2. 4. Isolate defective equipment If fire or smoke persists: 1. Fuel Selector (Op engine) – ON 5.DUMP 3. Fuel Selector (Inop. Cabin Mode .3 Pressurization and Fuel: FUEL PUMP FAILURE (L or R FUEL PRESS ANNUNCIATOR) 1. Operative Fuel Pump . Nonessential Electrical Equipment . Land as soon as possible Note: Opening a storm window after depressurization will facilitate smoke and fume removal. Oxygen a.OFF If fire or smoke ceases: 1. Individually restore avionics and equipment previously turned off 2.DON b.OFF FUEL CROSSFEED 1.OFF 4.OPEN 2. Crossfeed – OFF 6. Cabin Pressure Switch . Fuel Selector (Op engine) – OFF Before landing: 4. Oxygen Selector . Fuel Selector (Inop engine) – OFF FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 31 .KING AIR B210 ELECTRICAL SMOKE OR FIRE 1. Avionics Master Switch . Crew Masks . Crew Masks – DON b.ON 3.OPEN 2. FUEL PRESS Annunciator . Crossfeed . Oxygen a.

181 KNOTS MAXIMUM FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 32 .OPEN 2.DON b.IDLE Propellers .FULL FORWARD Flaps . Crew Masks . 5. 4.APPROACH Landing Gear . 2. Oxygen Selector .KING AIR B210 PRESSURIZATION SYSTEM (RAPID DECOMPRESSION) 1. 3. Power Levers . Initiate Emergency Descent EMERGENCY DESCENT 1. Oxygen a.EXTEND Airspeed .

ACTUATE Confirm gear down and locked. 4. Elevator Trim CB .ESTABLISH 130 KNOTS Landing Gear Handle .4 Landing Gear and Trim: LANDING GEAR MANUAL EXTENSION 1.DOWN Landing Gear Relay CB . 2. 5. 3.PULL Emergency Gear Extension Switch .PULL FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 33 .MAINTAIN 2. Airplane Attitude .KING AIR B210 4. Airspeed . UNSCHEDULED ELECTRIC ELEVATOR TRIM 1.

0 PERFORMANCE 5.KING AIR B210 5.1 Takeoff Weight Flaps-0% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 34 .

KING AIR B210 5.2 Takeoff Weight-Flaps 40% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 35 .

3 Takeoff Flight Path FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 36 .KING AIR B210 5.

4 Takeoff Distance-Flaps 0% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 37 .KING AIR B210 5.

5 Accelerate-stop-Flaps 0% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 38 .KING AIR B210 5.

6 Accelerate-go-Flaps 0% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 39 .KING AIR B210 5.

KING AIR B210 5.7 Net Gradient of Climb-Flaps 0% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 40 .

KING AIR B210 5.8 Takeoff Distance-Flaps 40% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 41 .

KING AIR B210 5.9 Accelerate-stop-Flaps 40% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 42 .

KING AIR B210 5.10 Accelerate-go-Flaps 40% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 43 .

KING AIR B210 5.11 Net Gradient of Climb-Flaps 40% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 44 .

KING AIR B210 5.12 Climb-Two Engines-Flaps 0% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 45 .

KING AIR B210 5.13 Climb-Two Engines-Flaps 40% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 46 .

14 Time.KING AIR B210 5. and Distance to Climb FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 47 . Fuel.

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5.15 Climb-One Engine Inoperative

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5.16 Service Ceiling-One Engine Inoperative

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5.17 Recommended Cruise Power-ISA -10°C

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18 Recommended Cruise Power-ISA FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 51 .KING AIR B210 5.

19 Recommended Cruise Power-ISA+10°C FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 52 .KING AIR B210 5.

20 Recommended Cruise Speeds FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 53 .KING AIR B210 5.

KING AIR B210 5.21 Recommended Cruise Power FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 54 .

KING AIR B210 5.22 Fuel Flow at Recommended Cruise Power FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 55 .

KING AIR B210 5.23 Maximum Range Power FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 56 .

KING AIR B210 5.24 Time. and Distance to Descend FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 57 . Fuel.

KING AIR B210 5.25 Landing Distance Without Propeller Reversing-Flaps 100% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 58 .

KING AIR B210 5.26 Landing Distance Without Propeller Reversing-Flaps 0% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 59 .

27 Landing Distance With Propeller Reversing-Flaps 100% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 60 .KING AIR B210 5.

KING AIR B210 5.28 Landing Distance With Propeller Reversing-Flaps 0% FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 61 .

8° Nose Up (FD-GA) 3.0 FLIGHT PROFILES 6. Pitch . GP – check 2. Speed – Vref+20 SE – Vref+25 FAF 1. Below the Line 3.Idle FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 62 . Speed – 140 KIAS FAF 2NM FROM FAF 1. Flaps – Approach 3. Airspeed . Descent and Approach checklist complete 2. Discontinue Reverse at 60 KIAS THRESHOLD 1. Power – Max 2. 5T’s .Vref 2. Flaps – Up 4. Props – Full Forward 2. Flaps – Down 2. Gear – Down 2. Beta or Reverse 3. Power . Gear – Up INITIAL 1. Brakes – as Required 4.1 Precision Approach KING AIR B210 PRECISION APR IAF GLIDE SLOPE INTERCEPT 1.KING AIR B210 6.complete LANDING 1. Before Landing Checklist to the line MISSED APPROACH 1.

Beta or Reverse 3. Flaps – Up 4. Brakes – as Required 4.2 Non-precision Approach KING AIR B210 NON-PRECISION APPROACH INITIAL 1.complete FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY 63 . Gear – Up IAF INBOUND STARTING DESCENT 1.KING AIR B210 6. Flaps – Down 2. Power . Flaps – Approach 3.Idle LANDING 1. Speed – 140 KIAS MISSED APPROACH 1. Gear – Down 2. Power – Max 2. 5T’s . Before Landing Checklist to the line 2NM FROM FAF 1. Descent and Approach checklist complete 2. Speed – Vref+20 SE – Vref+25 THRESHOLD 1.Vref 2. Discontinue Reverse at 60 KIAS LANDING ASSURED 1. Pitch . Props – Full Forward 2.8° Nose Up (FD-GA) 3. Airspeed . Below the Line FAF 1.

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