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ATO TM Appendix I-4

Flight check form EN

Flight check form


Helicopters

Pers.
Name CHANTHAPHONE Surname THAMMAVONGSA code 39308305345
Medical Valid
Licence certificate No.: LT-LT/MED-1-M-001989 until: 19/07/2018

Check done CABRI G2, LY-LMO 8 flights 0:50 hrs.


(Aircraft type, registration marks)

Aim Check before Private Pilot Licence (Helicopters)

Instructor‘s
Evaluation
signature

I. PRE-FLIGHT/POST-FLIGHT CHECKS AND PROCEDURES

1.1. Helicopter knowledge, flight planing, documentatuiio, NOTAMS, weather


1.2. Pre-flight inspection/action, location of parts and purpose
1.3. Cockpit inspection, starting procedure
Communication and navigation equipment checks, selecting and setting
1.4.
frequencies
1.5. Pre-take off procedure, R/T procedure, ATC liasion-compliance
1.6. Parking shutdown and post-flight procedure

II. HOVER MANOEUVRES, ADVANCED HANDLING AND CONFINED


AREAS
2.1. Take-off and landing (lift-off and touchdown)
2.2. Taxi, hover taxi
2.3. Stationary hover with head/cross/tail wind
2.4. Stationary hover turns 360° left and right (spot turns)
2.5. Forward, sideways and backwards hover maneuvering
2.6. Simulated engine failure from the hover
2.7. Quick stop into and downwind
2.8. Sloping ground/unprepared sites landings and take-offs
2.9. Take-offs (various profiles)
2.10 Crosswind, downwind take-off (if practicable)
2.11 Take-off at maximum take-off mass (actual or simulated)
2.12 Approaches (various profiles)
2.13 Limited power take-off and landing
Autorotations (FE to select two of items from – Basic, range, low speed, and
2.14
360° turns)
2.15 Autorotative landing
2.16 Practice forced landing with power recovery

© BAA Training Issue No. 3 Revision No. 4 Revision date: 2016-03-14


ATO TM Appendix I-4

Flight check form EN


2.17 Power checks, reconnaissance technique, approach and departure technique

III. NAVIGATION – EN-ROUTE PROCEDURES


3.1. Navigation and orientation at various altitudes/heights, map reading
3.2. Altitude/height, speed, heading cintrol, observation of airspace, altimeter
setting
Monitoring of flights progress, flight log, fuel usage, endurance, ETA,
3.3. assessment of track error and reestablishment of correct track, instrument
monitoring
3.4. Observation of weather conditions, diversion planing
3.5. Tracking, positioning (NDB and/or VOR), identification of facilities
3.6. ATC liaision and observance of regulations, etc.
IV. FLIGHT PROCEDURES AND MANOEUVRES BY SOLE REFERENCE TO
INSTRUMENTS
4.1. Level flight, control of heading, altitude/height and speed
4.2 Rate 1 level turns onto specified headings, 180° to 360° left and right
4.3. Climb and descending, including turns at rate 1 onto specified heading
4.4. Recovery from unusual attitudes
4.5. Tturns with 30° bank, turning up to 90°left and right
V. ABNORMAL AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES (SIMULATED THERE
APPROPRIATE). Shut be selected 4 items from the following:
Engine malfunctions, including governor failure, carburettor/engine icing, oil
5.1.
system, as appropriate
5.2. Fuel system malfunction
5.3. Electrical system malfunction
5.4. Hydraulic system malfunction, including approach and landing without
hydraulics, as applicable
Main rotor and/or anti-torque system malfunction (immitation or discussion
5.5.
only)
5.6. Fire drills, including smoke control and removal, as applicable
Go around, other abnormal and emergency procedures as outlined in
5.7.
appropriate flight manual
VI. Night flights
6.1. Aerodrome & procedure chart execution
6.2. Go-around
6.3. Landing without landing light

Remarks and
recommendations:

Instructor‘s
Date N.Surname Signature Lic. Nr.
Student‘s
N.Surname Signature

© BAA Training Issue No. 3 Revision No. 4 Revision date: 2016-03-14