every aspect of flight, from arriving at the aircraft through takeoff, cruise, landing, and a comprehensive Emergencies/Abnormals section. Emergencies are arranged by system, meaning no more digging through pages to find the right section. Preflight Cirrus SR22 G3 Turbo Checklist trademark is creating checklists that are easy for pilots to use.
The Preflight Cirrus SR22 G3 Turbo Checklist have over four decades of combined active flight instruction and flying experience at all levels of industry, with instruction and flight time in this aircraft. Further, they have taken advantage of the past 20 years of checklist design research. team incorporates industry-best practices into these checklists and forthcoming publications. They not only create checklists, they use them in daily instruction and flying.
Cirrus SR22 G3 Turbo Checklist are designed for pilots who are already familiar with the aircraft but need an everyday checklist to keep relevant procedures at their fingertips. They are the prefect size to fit on a yoke mount or kneeboard.
A major difference in aircraft checklists between Cirrus SR22 G3 Turbo Checklist and others is the level of experience and expertise that go into every procedure. The Cirrus SR22 G3 Turbo Checklist team of Master CFIs have over four decades of combined active flight instruction and flying experience at all levels of industry, with instruction and flight time in this aircraft. Further, they have taken advantage of the past 20 years of checklist design research. Cirrus SR22 G3 Turbo Checklist team incorporates industry-best practices into these checklists publications. They not only create checklists, they use them in daily instruction and flying.
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• Normal Procedures
B. Before Start
C. Start & Hot Start
D. After Start/Run-Up
H. Before Landing
J. After Landing & Shut-down
• Abnormal and Emergency (Listed item may not apply to every aircraft)
A. Alternator Failure
B. Autopilot or Trim Fail
C. Cabin/Electrical Fire
D. Emergency Landing - w/ & w/o Power
E. Emergency Descent
F. Engine Failure in Flight
G. Engine Fire during Flight
H. Emergency Gear Extension
I. Gear-up Landing
J. Oil Pressure Low
K. Precautionary Landing
L. Propeller Overspeed
M. Spin Recovery
On the back are the EMERGENCY procedures with the subject headings highlighted in red; No time lost reading excessive wording or critical time lost searching through a flip book for the correct procedure …. just concise, logical data that is INSTANTLY available. Again, you will notice our procedures are complete.
Next are light gun signals and common frequencies. The yellow box in the corner gives useful information such as loads, fuel type and capacity, oil, electrical, and tire information. Data you actually use on each flight.
The CFO Checklist is designed to help our Members in the ownership of their Cardinals, guiding their inspections through such tasks as at an annual, before that first spring flight, at annual inspection or to pre-qualify the aircraft before putting it up for sale.
If you are a prospective Cardinal purchasers, the Checklist will provide a virtual cirriculm of Cardinal learning, a great way to learn the details required to make you a safe, frugal and happy Cardinal owner. We have all travelled down this path in our time and this checklist is your framework to share in the knowledge we share on this site.
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