FLY700 - Flying

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Subject Title
Flying

Subject Description
In this course, students obtain advanced training in the twin engine Beechcraft Baron BE58 flight training device (FTD). Training includes multi-crew standard operating procedures (SOP), advanced instrument procedures and line oriented flight training (LOFT) as a first officer in a multi-crew operation.

Credit Status
One Credit

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1. Perform basic instrument scanning techniques.

2. Perform partial panel instrument scanning techniques.

3. Recover from simulated unusual attitudes in the BE58 FTD solely with reference to flight instruments (but without reference to the attitude indicator and the heading indicator). The student will meet the performance criteria of ?Flight Test Exercise #24-C ? Recovery from Unusual Attitude? of the most recent version of ?TP 13462 ? Commercial Pilot Licence - Aeroplane? published by Transport Canada.

4. React promptly and correctly to simulated emergencies and system or equipment malfunctions as per the Pilot Operating Handbook. The student will meet the performance criteria of ?Flight Test Exercise #29 - Emergency Procedures/ Malfunctions? of TP 13462.

5. Demonstrate proficiency in IFR flight planning procedures and plan an IFR cross-country flight. The student will meet the performance criteria of ?Flight Test Exercise #1 ? Pre-flight? of the most recent version of ?TP 9939 ? Flight Test Guide ? Instrument Rating? published by Transport Canada.

6. Demonstrate a practical operational knowledge of IFR procedures, rules and regulations. The student will meet the performance criteria of ?Flight Test Exercise #2 - IFR Operational Knowledge? of TP 9939.

7. Complete departure procedures and establish the FTD on a simulated enroute course, as per a simulated clearance, in accordance with the Instrument Flight Rules. The student will control the FTD solely with reference to flight instruments and will meet the performance criteria described in ?Flight Test Exercise #4 ? Departure? of TP 9939.

8. Maintain the BE58 FTD on a simulated enroute course and comply with enroute procedures, as cleared, in accordance with the Instrument Flight Rules. The student will control the FTD solely with reference to flight instruments and will meet the performance criteria described in ?Flight Test Exercise #5 ? Enroute? of TP 9939.

9. Complete arrival procedures, as cleared, in accordance with the Instrument Flight Rules. The student will control the FTD solely with reference to flight instruments and will meet the performance criteria described in ?Flight Test Exercise #6 ? Arrival? of TP 9939.

10. Establish the FTD in a holding pattern in accordance with a simulated ATC clearance. The student will control the FTD solely with reference to flight instruments and will meet the performance criteria described in ?Flight Test Exercise #7 ? Holding? of TP 9939.

11. Perform simulated VOR/LOC/LOC BC instrument approaches, NDB instrument approaches and ILS instrument approaches. The student will control the FTD solely with reference to flight instruments and will meet the performance criteria described in ?Flight Test Exercise #8 ? Approaches? of TP 9939.

12. Demonstrate pilot decision making skills when acting as first officer in a multi-crew flight operation.

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