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Baron 55,58,58P Initial Training

Duration: 2 Days
Ground School Training hours: As required

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

Training Syllabus

Simulator Training hours: Train to proficiency

A. PRE-FLIGHT
Visual inspection
Pre-taxi procedures
Performance limitations

B. SURFACE OPERATION
Cockpit management
Securing cargo
Starting
Taxi Pre-takeoff checks

C. TAKEOFF
Normal
Crosswind
Short/soft field
VMC demonstration and recovery
Powerplant failure before VMC (rejected takeoff)
Powerplant failure after VMC
Lower than standard takeoff minima

D. CLIMB
Normal
One-engine inoperative

E. ENROUTE
Steep turns
Approaches to stalls (All configurations)
Powerplant shutdown and restart
Slow speed handling characteristics
With a powerplant inoperative

F. DESCENT
Normal
Maximum rate (EMERGENCY)

G. APPROACHES
VFR procedures
Normal
With one engine inoperative
IFR Precision Approaches
ILS-Normal
ILS- One engine inoperative
IFR non-precision approaches
GPS-normal
VOR/DME-normal
Non precision approach one engine inoperative
Localizer/back course procedures
SDF/LDA procedures
ASR procedures
Circling approach
Missed approach procedures
From precision approach
From non-precision approach
With one engine inoperative

H. LANDINGS
Normal
With pitch mis-trim
From precision approach
From precision approach (ILS)with most critical engine inoperative
With flap malfunction
Crosswind
Short and soft field

AFTER LANDING
Parking
Emergency evacuation

J. OTHER FLIGHT PROCEDURES DURING ANY AIRBORNE PHASE
Holding
Ice accumulation on airframe
Air hazard avoidance
Windshear/microburst

K. SYSTEMS PROCEDURES DURING ANY AIRBORNE PHASE
(Normal, abnormal and alternate)
Pressurization (58P)
Air conditioning
Fuel and oil
Electrical
Hydraulic
Flight controls
Anti-ice and de-ice equipment
Autopilot/flight director
Stall warning devices
Weather radar
Flight instrument malfunction
Communication and navigation equipment malfunction

L. SYSTEMS PROCEDURES TRAINING DURING ANY AIRBORNE PHASE
(Emergency)
Aircraft fires
Smoke control
Engine failure/fire
Electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems
Flight control systems malfunction
Landing gear and flap systems malfunction
Air hazard avoidance
Windshear/microburst

FEE: $2995.00 plus expenses

Duration: 2 Days

Call (843) 521-9412 to schedule your training. A $500 non-refundable deposit is required for simulator training. The deposit can be applied to any program if you have to cancel but reschedule within 60 days.