Use of the AOA Limit Indicator for approach to stall awareness and its use with respect to the FPS during stall recovery. Therefore, what follows is to be considered a guide to operators who are tailoring an EFVS training program to fit their own needs. Amendments to an operator’s training program require TCCA approval. Similarly, exposure to the use of VNAV in the terminal environment including SIDs, STARs and LNAV/VNAV approaches is important. Therefore, what follows is to be considered a guide to operators who are tailoring a HUD training program to fit their own needs.
Ground Operations: Initialization of EFVS for operations; Taxi using EFVS under various lighting and visibility conditions. Engine Indicating and Crew Alerting System (EICAS) Only minor changes to crew alerting messages and applicable synoptic page architecture have been made to support the ProLine 21 changes in displayed information. The four pilots with no previous Challenger experience conducted the proposed Challenger 605 Initial type-rating course. The following flight training program is generic in nature and should not be construed to dictate or limit what the flight course of instruction consists of. They then conducted the T3 test in the Challenger 605 simulator that consisted of a Pilot Proficiency Check (PPC) conducted in accordance with national regulations and standards followed by simulated line-oriented flying (LOF) test. The aircraft has a relatively high approach and landing speed and has a tendency to “float” if normal landing flare technique is used.
The operator retains the originals of the approved ODR tables. Interactive computer based training is suitable to impart the necessary knowledge. Flight Training (Level C or D Flight Simulator and/or aircraft): The OEB has determined that zero-flap approaches and landings to a full stop are required to be demonstrated by applicants seeking type certification in this aircraft.