Canadian Commercial Pilot Flight Operations Manual

Table of Contents

 

FLIGHT OPERATIONS

Flight Information Services

En route Communication

Pressure and Density Altitude

Weight and Balance

Weight and Balance Requirements

Weight and Balance Procedure

Cessna 441 Weight and Balance

Weight, Balance and Performance

Shifting Weight

Mean Aerodynamic Chord

Landing Considerations

Approach Speed for Predicted Weight

Landing Rules of Thumb

Crosswind Landing Limitations

Landing Errors

Landing Illusions

Approach Slope Lights

Wake Turbulence

Wake Turbulence Guidelines

Jet Blast Hazard

Hydroplaning

Canadian Runway Friction Index (CRFI)

NOTAMs

Mid-air Collisions

Bird Strikes

Flight over Water

Winter Flight Operations

Clean Aircraft Concept

Aerodynamic Effects of Airborne Icing

Cold-soaking Phenomenon

De-icing and Anti-icing Fluids

Roll Upset

Tail Plane Stall

Whiteout

Marshalling Signals

Mountain Flying

Aviation Fuel Handling

Emergency Locator Transmitter

Medical Factors

Hypoxia

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Decompression Sickness

Vertigo

Alcohol and Drugs

Anaesthetics

Blood Donation

Performance Graphs

Table 1—Accelerate-Stop Distances

Table 2—Cruise Power Settings—65% Power

Table 3—Normal Takeoff Distance—Flaps 20°

Table 4—Takeoff Distance—Flaps 8°

Table 5—Time, Fuel, and Distance to Climb

QUESTIONS

Answers

Solutions

 

Index

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