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Cessna Conquest Training

Flight Training in Your Cessna Conquest 425

I offer Initial or Recurrent in the following models: Cessna Conquest 425. Training is conducted one-on-one and my training is approved by the major insurance companies.

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CESSNA CONQUEST 425 SYLLABUS

Ground School Training hours: As required for proficiency

Systems Review, Operation and Management
Check List Procedures
Abnormal and Emergency Operation
Airplane Limitations and Performance
Weight and Balance

Cessna Conquest 425
Training Syllabus for Initial and Recurrent

Training hours: As required for proficiency

A. PRE-FLIGHT

  1. Visual inspection
  2. Pre-taxi procedures
  3. Performance limitations

B. SURFACE OPERATION

  1. Cockpit management
  2. Securing cargo
  3. Starting
  4. Taxi
  5. Pre-takeoff checks

C. TAKEOFF

  1. Normal
  2. Crosswind
  3. Short/soft field
  4. VMC demonstration and recovery
  5. Powerplant failure before VMC (rejected takeoff)
  6. Powerplant failure after VMC
  7. Lower than standard takeoff minima

D. CLIMB

  1. Normal
  2. One-engine inoperative

E. ENROUTE

  1. Steep turns
  2. Approaches to stalls (All configurations)
  3. Powerplant shutdown and restart
  4. Slow speed handling characteristics
  5. With a powerplant inoperative

F. DESCENT

  1. Normal
  2. Maximum rate (EMERGENCY)

G. APPROACHES

  1. VFR procedures
    • a. Normal
    • b. With one engine inoperative
    • c. With flap malfunction
  2. IFR Precision Approaches
    • a. ILS-Normal
    • b. ILS- One engine inoperative
  3. IFR non-precision approaches
    • a. GPS-normal
    • b. VOR/DME-normal
    • c. Non precision approach one engine inoperative
    • d. Localizer/back course procedures
    • e. SDF/LDA procedures
    • f. ASR procedures
    • g. Circling approach
    • h. Missed approach procedures
  4. From precision approach
  5. From non-precision approach
  6. With one engine inoperative

H. LANDINGS

  1. Normal
  2. With pitch mis-trim
  3. From precision approach
  4. From precision approach (ILS)with most critical engine inoperative
  5. With flap malfunction
  6. Crosswind
  7. Short and soft field

I. AFTER LANDING

  1. Parking
  2. Emergency evacuation

J. OTHER FLIGHT PROCEDURES DURING ANY AIRBORNE PHASE

  1. Holding
  2. Ice accumulation on airframe
  3. Air hazard avoidance
  4. Windshear/microburst

K. SYSTEMS PROCEDURES DURING ANY AIRBORNE PHASE
(normal, abnormal and alternate)

  1. Pressurization
  2. Air conditioning
  3. Fuel and oil
  4. Electrical
  5. Hydraulic
  6. Flight controls
  7. Anti-ice and de-ice equipment
  8. Autopilot/flight director
  9. Stall warning devices
  10. Weather radar
  11. Flight instrument malfunction
  12. Communication and navigation equipment malfunction

L. SYSTEMS PROCEDURES TRAINING DURING
ANY AIRBORNE PHASE

(Emergency)

  1. Aircraft fires
  2. Smoke control
  3. Engine failure/fire
  4. Electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems
  5. Flight control systems malfunction
  6. Landing gear and flap systems malfunction
  7. Air hazard avoidance
  8. Windshear/microburst

FEE:
Recurrent $1995 plus expenses
Initial $2995 plus expenses

Difference Training between different models of the same airframe. $1000 plus add an extra day to training schedule.

A 3% convenience fee will be added to credit card purchases.

Call Doug at 843.521.9412 or email at dscarmody@safepilot.com.

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT how you can take advantage of my flight training programs, please call me at 843-521-9412.