FLY800 - Flying

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Subject Title
Flying

Subject Description
In this course, the student is given advanced multi-crew flight training in the CRJ200 level five flight training device (FTD). Advanced high performance aircraft maneuvers will be performed, including aircraft upset recovery, ground proximity warning recovery and windshear recovery as well as all normal and emergency operations for the CRJ200. Crew resource management and pilot decision making skills will be assessed and improved in line oriented flight training sessions. 

Credit Status
One Credit

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

1. Perform simulated VOR/LOC instrument approaches, NDB instrument approaches, ILS instrument approaches and GPS/RNAV/OVERLAY instrument approaches in the CRJ200 FTD. 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.

2. Carry out a missed approach in the FTD following a VOR, LOC, NDB, GPS/RNAV or ILS approach. The student will control the FTD solely with reference to flight instruments and will meet the performance criteria described in "Flight Test Exercise # 9 - Missed Approach" of TP 9939.

3. Carry out a visual descent and landing from an approach MDA or DA in the FTD without excessive maneuvering; and/or, after completion of an instrument approach to circling minima, carry out a circling approach to landing. The student will meet the performance criteria described in "Flight Test Exercise # 10 - Transition to Landing" of TP 9939.

4. Maintain control of the CRJ200 FTD and carry out the appropriate engine failure drill after an engine failure on the FTD during any phase of flight. The student will meet the performance criteria described in "Flight Test Exercise # 11 - Emergency Procedures; 11.A. Engine Failure" of TP 9939.

5. Complete recommended checks and procedures in accordance with the POH, AFM, or other applicable publications in the event of simulated system malfunctions or other simulated emergency situations. The student will meet the performance criteria described in "Flight Test Exercise # 11 - Emergency Procedures; 11. B. C. D. Systems Malfunctions and Emergency Procedures" of TP 9939.

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