Model: Cessna 152

NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

Model: Cessna 152 5.

NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST
PREFLIGHT INSPECTION
1. Cabin AROW, Charts – ON BOARD Control Wheel Lock – REMOVE Radios – OFF Ignition – OFF Master Switch – ON Fuel Level Indicators – NOTE INDICATIONS Flaps – EXTEND 10° Master Switch – OFF Fuel Selector – ON Left Side Fuselage General Condition – CHECK Underbelly Antennae – CHECK Empennage Gust Lock – REMOVE Tie Down – REMOVE H Stab Condition – SECURE/UNDAMAGED V Stab Condition – SECURE/UNDAMAGED Control Surfaces – CHECK CONDITION AND FREEDOM Antennae – SECURE Nav Light and Beacon – SECURE Right Side Fuselage General Condition – CHECK Underbelly Antennae – SECURE Page 1.1
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Right Wing Flap – SECURE AND UNDAMAGED Aileron – SECURE AND FREEDOM Wing Tip and Light – SECURE/UNDAMAGED Wing Underside – UNDAMAGED Leading Edge – UNDAMAGED Tie Down – REMOVE Fuel Tank – CHECK LEVEL (COMPARE TO GAUGE INDICATIONS), CHECK CAP SEAL FOR DAMAGE Tank Cap – SECURE Tire/Brake – CHECK INFLATION, WEAR, FLUID LEAKS Right Tank Drain – FUEL QUALITY/COLOR Nose Windshield – CLEAN Engine Oil Level – 6 MAX. 4 MIN. QUARTS Fuel Strainer Drain Knob – DRAIN SAMPLE Engine Area – CHECK LEAKS Cowling – SECURE Exhaust Pipe – TIGHT Propeller and Spinner – SECURE/UNDAMAGED Carburetor Air Filter – CLEAN/UNOBSTRUCTED Landing Lights – CHECK FILAMENTS Air Inlet – CLEAR Nose Gear Strut/ Tire – WEAR/ INFLATION Chocks – REMOVE Static Vent – UNOBSTRUCTED Left Wing Tire/Brake – CHECK INFLATION, WEAR, FLUID LEAKS Page 1.2
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Model: Cessna 152

NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

Model: Cessna 152

NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

Left Tank Drain – FUEL QUALITY/COLOR Fuel Tank – CHECK LEVEL (COMPARE TO GAUGE INDICATIONS), CHECK CAP SEAL FOR DAMAGE Tank Cap – SECURE Pitot Tube – UNOBSTRUCTED Stall Warning Opening – UNOBSTRUCTED Fuel Tank Vent – UNOBSTRUCTED Tie Down – REMOVE Leading Edge – UNDAMAGED Wing Underside – UNDAMAGED Wing Tip and Light – SECURE/UNDAMAGED Aileron – SECURE AND FREEDOM Flap – SECURE AND UNDAMAGED 8. Winter Operations Surfaces – FREE OF ICE, FROST, SNOW REFERENCE VALUES Max Demonstrated X-Wind ................................... 12 KTS Maneuvering Speed ............................................ 100 KTS Maximum Glide Airspeed ...................................... 60 KTS Total Useable Fuel .............................................. 24.5 Gal Cruise Fuel Consumption ....................................5.5 GPH Full Fuel Endurance.................................approx. 4.5 HRS Max Takeoff Weight ............................................ 1670 Lbs Empty Weight ......................................................1136 Lbs

BEFORE STARTING ENGINE
Preflight Inspection – COMPLETE Passenger Briefing – COMPLETE Seats/Belts/Harnesses – SECURE Cockpit – ORGANIZE Circuit Breakers – VERIFY NOT TRIPPED Radios/Electrical Switches – OFF Fuel Selector – ON Flaps – RETRACT POSITION Brakes – SET

STARTING ENGINE
Carburetor Heat – COLD Mixture – RICH Throttle – ½” OPEN/ PUMP Prime – AS NEEDED Primer – LOCKED IN POSITION Master Switch – ON Propeller – “CLEAR PROP” Ignition Switch – START, RELEASE ON START Throttle – ADJUST TO 1000 RPM Oil Pressure – CHECK; NO PRESS IN 30 SEC, SHUT DOWN Alternator – VERIFY CHARGING, CHECK VOLTAGE LIGHT

BEFORE TAXIING
Beacon/Lights – ON AS NEEDED Radios – ON, SET VOLUME, SQUELCH & FREQUENCY

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NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

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NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

Coms and Navs – SET Transponder – SET TO STANDBY Attitude Indicator – CHECK AND SET Vert. Speed Ind. – CHECK ZERO ATIS – RECEIVE Altimeter – SET TO FIELD OR BARO. Taxi Clearance – RECEIVE Taxi Area – CLEAR

Ammeter – CHARGING Vacuum Gage – CHECK IN GREEN Carburetor Heat – ON Throttle – HARD IDLE Engine – IDLES SMOOTHLY Carburetor Heat – OFF Throttle – SET FOR 1000 RPM Radios, Transponder Code – CHECK

TAXI
Mixture – LEAN FOR TAXI Throttle – APPLY SLOWLY Brakes – CHECK Steering – CHECK

BEFORE TAKEOFF
Trim Tab – SET TO TAKEOFF POSITION Doors and Windows – LOCKED AND SECURE Lights-Camera-Action Landing Light – ON Transponder – SET TO “ALT” Takeoff Clearance – RECEIVE Intentions – ANNOUNCE Traffic – CHECK

ENGINE RUN UP
Nose Wheel – STRAIGHT Brakes – APPLY & HOLD Seats/Belts/Harnesses – SECURE Cabin Doors – CLOSED AND LATCHED Flight Controls – FREE AND CORRECT Flight Instruments – CHECK AND SET Fuel Quantities – RECHECK Fuel Selector – ON Throttle – SET FOR 1700 RPM Mixture – ½” RICH OF PEAK Magnetos – CHECK, 125 RPM MAXIMUM DROP, NOT OVER 50 RPM DIFFERENCE BETWEEN LEFT AND RIGHT Engine Instruments – CHECK IN GREEN Ver 2.0
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NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

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NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

TAKEOFF
NORMAL TAKEOFF Flaps – 0° or 10° Carburetor Heat – OFF Takeoff Area – CLEAR Throttle – FULL OPEN On Takeoff Roll: Oil Pressure – CHECK GREEN Airspeed – AIVE Accelerate to VR – 50 KIAS Liftoff: Control Wheel – BACK PRESSURE Climb Airspeed – 65-75 KIAS Mixture – LEAN FOR MAXIMUM RPM ABOVE 3000
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Climb Attitude – ESTABLISH Beyond Obstacle: Airspeed to VR – 67 KIAS Flaps – RETRACT Airspeed (Enroute) – 70 to 75 KIAS Mixture – ADJUST WITH ASCENT SOFT-FIELD TAKEOFF Flaps – 10° Trim – SET Control Wheel – FULL BACK Brakes – NONE THROUGHOUT Takeoff Area – CLEAR Centerline – ROLLING LINEUP Throttle – OPEN SMOOTHLY Soft-Field Takeoff Roll: Oil Pressure – CHECK GREEN Airspeed – ALIVE Control Wheel – REDUCE BACK PRESSURE SLIGHTLY Soft-Field Liftoff: Control Wheel – GENTLY REDUCE BACK PRESSURE AFTER MAINS LEAVE RUNWAY Straight and Level – ESTABLISH Airspeed to VX – 55 KIAS Soft-Field Climb Out: Positive Climb – ESTABLISH Airspeed to VY – 67 KIAS Flaps – RETRACT Airspeed (Enroute) – 70 to 75 KIAS Ver 2.0 Page 4.2
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SHORT-FIELD TAKEOFF Flaps – 10° Carburetor Heat – OFF Takeoff Area – CLEAR Runway Centerline – ON CENTERLINE Brakes – APPLY Throttle – FULL OPEN Brakes – RELEASE Elevator Control – SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW Liftoff: Airspeed to VX – 54 KIAS Oil Pressure – CHECK GREEN Control Wheel – BACK PRESSURE Ver 2.0
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NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

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NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

Mixture – ADJUST WITH ASCENT

CRUISE
Power – 1900-2550 RPM Mixture – LEAN to RICH of PEAK Trim – ADJUST Engine Gauges – MONITOR Cruise Performance: 75% Power Altitude KTAS MPG S.L. 100 16.4 4000 103 17.0 8000 107 17.6

Switches – SET Airspeed (D/W) – 80 KIAS Flaps – AS NEEDED (≤85 KIAS) Carburetor Heat – ON BELOW 1900 RPM

LANDING
NORMAL LANDING Airspeed (Final) – 60 KIAS; FOR CROSSWINDS MORE THAN 12 KTS, USE PARTIAL OR NO FLAPS AND SLIGHTLY FASTER APPROACH SPEED Trim – SET Centerline – LINED UP Controls – KEEP NOSE WHEEL OFF Throttle – RETARD Touch Down – ON MAINS Brakes – AS NEEDED SHORT-FIELD LANDING Set Up – PER NORMAL LANDING Flaps – FULL (30°) Airspeed (Final – 5) – 55 KIAS Throttle – IDLE after OBSTACLE Touch Down – ON MAINS Brakes – APPLY HEAVILY Flaps – RETRACT SOFT-FIELD LANDING Set Up – PER NORMAL LANDING Page 5.1
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65% Power KTAS MPG 94 17.8 97 18.4 100 18.9

55% Power KTAS MPG 87 19.3 89 19.8 91 20.4

DESCENT
Power – AS NEEDED Mixture – RICHEN with DESCENT Carburetor Heat – FULL HEAT as NEEDED

BEFORE LANDING
GUMP – CHECK ON D/W Seats – ERECT Belts/Harnesses – ON AND TIGHT Mixture – RICH Ver 2.0
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NORMAL PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

Airspeed to VAPP –60 KIAS Throttle – POWER IN UNTIL FLARE Throttle – RETARD Flaps – LEAVE EXTENDED Controls – KEEP NOSE OFF Touch Down – ON MAINS Brakes – NONE Controls – FULL BACK PRESSURE Taxi – CLR RUNWAY, KEEP MOVING BALKED LANDING Throttle – FULL FORWARD Flaps – RETRACT TO 20° Carburetor Heat – OFF Control Wheel – CLIMB ATTITUDE Course – SHIFT to RIGHT of R/W Airspeed to VX – 55 KIAS Flaps – RETRACT

SHUTDOWN/SECURE AIRPLANE
Radios and Avionics – OFF Mixture – IDLE CUT-OFF Electrical Equipment – OFF Ignition Switch – OFF, REMOVE KEY Master Switch – OFF Hobbs/Tach Time – RECORD Control Lock – INSTALL Belts and Harnesses – ARRANGE Windows/Doors – CLOSE/LOCK Tie Downs – SECURE

AFTER LANDING
Taxi – CLR RUNWAY Carburetor Heat – OFF Flaps – RETRACT Transponder – STANDBY Taxi Clearance – RECEIVE

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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

Model: Cessna 152

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

EMERGENCY PROCEDURES CHECKLIST
ENGINE POWER LOSS – TAKEOFF
Sufficient Runway Ahead: Throttle – IDLE Brakes – APPLY Flaps – RETRACT Mixture – IDLE CUT-OFF Ignition – OFF Master Switch – OFF Insufficient Runway Ahead: Airspeed – 60 KIAS Mixture – IDLE CUT-OFF Fuel Selector – OFF Ignition – OFF Flaps – AS NEEDED Landing – STRAIGHT AHEAD

Mixture – IDLE CUT-OFF Fuel Selector – OFF Ignition Switch – OFF Flaps – Recommend 30° Master Switch – OFF Doors (Prior to TD) – UNLATCHED Touchdown – Slightly TAIL LOW Brakes – AS NEEDED Precautionary Landing WITH Engine Power: Airspeed – 60 KIAS Flaps – 20° Landing Site – LOCATE WITHIN RANGE Radios/Electrical Switches – OFF Flaps – 30° ON FINAL Airspeed – 55 KIAS Master Switch – OFF Door (Discretion) – BLOCKED OPEN Touchdown – SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW Ignition – OFF Brakes – AS NEEDED Ditching: Radio – SET 121.5, “MAYDAY” WITH LOCATION Transponder – SET to “7700” Baggage – SECURE OR JETTISON Approach – HIGH WIND – INTO WIND LOW WIND – PARALLEL to SWELLS Flaps – 30° Descent – 300 FPM @ 55 KIAS Ver 2.0
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ENGINE POWER LOSS – IN FLIGHT
Airspeed – 60 KIAS Fuel Selector – ON Mixture – FULL RICH Carburetor Heat – ON Primer – IN and LOCKED Ignition – BOTH or START IF PROPELLER IS STOPPED

EMERGENCY FORCED LANDINGS
Without Engine Power: Airspeed – 65 KIAS with FLAPS UP, 60 KIAS with FLAPS DOWN Ver 2.0
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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

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EMERGENCY PROCEDURES CHECKLIST

Doors (Prior to TD) – UNLATCHED Touchdown – LEVEL FLIGHT ATTITUDE Face – CUSION AGAINST IMPACT Airplane – EVACUATE Life Vests/Rafts – DEPLOY

ELECTRICAL FIRE IN FLIGHT
Master Switch – OFF All Other Switches Except Ignition – OFF Vents/Cabin Air/Heat – CLOSED Fire Extinguisher – DEPLOY OR COVER WITH DIRT OR BLANKET After Fire Is Out: Master Switch – ON Circuit Breakers – CHECK FOR TRIPPED DO NOT RESET Radio Switches – ON ONE AT A TIME WITH DELAY UNTIL SHORT
CIRCUIT IS FOUND

ENGINE FIRE
DURING ENGINE START Starter – CONTINUE CRANKING If Engine Starts: Throttle – 1700 RPM MOMENTARILY Engine – SHUTDOWN AND INSPECT If Engine Fails to Start: Throttle – FULL OPEN Mixture – IDLE CUT-OFF Starter – CONTINUE CRANKING Master Switch – OFF Ignition Switch – OFF Fuel Selector – OFF Fire Extinguisher – DEPLOY OR COVER WITH DIRT OR BLANKET Fire Damage – INSPECT DURING FLIGHT Mixture – IDLE CUT-OFF Fuel Selector – OFF Master Switch – OFF Cabin Heat and Air – OFF Airspeed – 85 KIAS Forced Landing – EXECUTE Ver 2.0
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Vents/Cabin Air/Heat – OPEN

CABIN FIRE
Master Switch – OFF Vents/Cabin Air/Heat – CLOSED Fire Extinguisher – DEPLOY OR COVER WITH DIRT OR BLANKET Cabin – VENTILATE Landing – AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

WING FIRE
Nav Light Switch – OFF Strobe Light Switch – OFF Pitot Switch – OFF Attitude – SIDE SLIPS TO KEEP FLAMES AWAY FROM FUEL TANK Flaps – RETRACT Landing – AS SOON AS POSSIBLE

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