TAA Training

We offer Technically Advanced Aircraft initial and mentor training in the following types of Aircraft and Specific Avionics:

Cessna: 206, 210, 310, 421, 425, 441

Cessna: Columbia, Corvllis 350/400

Piper: PA46 Malibu, Seneca

Beechcraft: Baron, Bonanza

Cirrus SR20/22

Mooney

Garmin G 1000

Avidyne/Garmin/S-Tec

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ground Training Syllabus for Advanced Aircraft (Initial)

20 Hours Ground School

  1. Aircraft General
  2. Limitations
  3. Electrical Systems
  4. Fuel System
  5. Powerplant
  6. Hydraulic Systems
  7. Landing Gear Systems
  8. Environmental Systems
  9. Pressurization/Oxygen Systems and Use
  10. Ice and Rain Protection
  11. Flight Instrumentation
  12. Avionics Specific to Aircraft
  13. Performance
  14. Weight and Balance
  15. Flight Planning
  16. Abnormal Procedures
  17. Scenarios Involving System Failures
  18. Resource Management for Single Pilot Operations

Flight Training

Period 1

5 hours

  • Learn proper pre-flight procedures from instructor.
  • Locate and identify switches, controls, and annunciation lights.
  • Properly complete normal checklists
  • Test autopilot/automated flight control systems
  • Start engines and complete all engine checks
  • Accomplish taxi, takeoff and climb maneuvers
  • Accomplish slow flight, stall and steep turns using recommended power settings
  • Accomplish full approaches, precision approaches, non-precision approaches, lpv approaches( both with and without automated flight control/autopilot systems)
  • Perform Go-Arounds from approaches and landings
  • Perform aborted takeoff
  • Perform landing, taxi, and engine shutdown procedures

Period 2

5 hrs

  • Complete pre-flight procedures.
  • Complete normal checklists using flow patters developed and practiced on period 1 accurately using checklist after the flow pattern is completed.
  • Manage electrical system during normal, emergency operation and perform an external power start using proper checklist. (external power start may be simulated if power cart is not available at the training airport)
  • Accomplish proper checklist for abnormal starts, fire during start procedure, hot starts and cold starts (for injected engines)
  • Accomplish selected instrument approaches were difficulty was observed in period 1.
  • Accomplish Engine shutdown in flight (Multi Engine). Accomplish Engine failure after takeoff (Single Engine) return to landing field.
  • Accomplish post landing procedures using flow patterns learned in period 1.

Period 3

5 hrs

  • Complete Takeoff and Landing data from information provided by instructor
  • Start Engine flooded condition or Hot Start (turbine).
  • Accomplish Emergency procedures for engine fire in flight. (Including let down to an appropriate landing field Single Engine).
  • Accomplish checklist procedures for PFD/MFD failure (if so equipped)
  • Manage fuel system in normal and abnormal/emergency situations using proper checklist procedures.
  • Accomplish instrument approaches single engine (Multi- Engine).
  • Accomplish engine failure enroute¬† simulated IFR with let down to an instrument approach (Single Engine).
  • Complete all post landing procedures.

Period 4

5 hrs

  • Complete Takeoff and Landing data for High Density Altitude assigned by instructor.
  • Complete 500 mile cross country trip planning. Discuss recognition of critical weather, use of on-board weather radar, satellite weather data for hazardous weather avoidance and circumnavigation.
  • Develop personal minimums checklist.
  • Properly complete all normal checklist procedures using flow and checklist.
  • Manage gear system failures, including manual extension using checklist.
  • Manage multiple failures (elec system, gear system) (elec system, Anti ice)
  • Plan time and rate to descend considering possibility of icing in descent approach phase.
  • Accomplish oxygen and pressurization system failures and emergency descent procedures.
  • Accomplish selected instrument approach procedures.
  • Complete performance Takeoff and Landings Including short and soft field procedures.
  • Complete all post landing procedures.

Period 5

5 hrs

  • Complete high altitude cross country planning considering terrain and alternate airport selection.
  • Simulated instrument takeoff and climb into icing conditions demonstrating proper management of ice/rain protection systems.
  • Demonstrate proper control of environmental systems at during climb cruise at high altitude and descent.
  • Accomplish selected instrument approaches in normal and single engine (multi engine) operations.
  • Accomplish no flap landing.
  • Complete all post landing procedures.

Completion Standards

Steep Turns: + / – 100′¬† +/- 10 degree bank, + / – 10 KIAS

Approach to stall: Recognize approach to stall, recover at first indication of stall, with maximum altitude loss of 100′.

holding: + / – 100′, + / – 10 KIAS

IFR approaches:

+ /- 100′ + / – 10 KIAS

Final approach phase -0 +10 KIAS

DH/MDA -0 +50′, -0 + 100′, -0 + 10 KIAS

Missed approach:

DH -50′ MDA -0′

Engine Failure: Maintain enroute climb speed, follow clearance departure procedure or obstruction clearance path and complete appropriate checklist to secure, shutdown, restart or as assigned by instructor.

In-flight shutdown and restart + / – 20 deg hdg, + / – 100′

Landings:

Traffic Pattern; +/- 5 KIAS

Final -0 + 10 KIAS

Threashold +/- 0

All procedures and maneuvers will be accomplished IAW the Pilots Operating Handbook.

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