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					                     CESSNA 182RG


     DATA AND INFORMATION IN THIS
                                                  CESSNA
     CHECKLIST IS OBTAINED FROM
     SEVERAL DIFFERENT SOURCES AND
     IS PRESENTED ONLY AS A GUIDE.
                                                  SKYLANE
     THE PILOT IS RESPONSIBLE FOR
     THE SAFE OPERATION OF THE
                                                   182RG
     AIRCRAFT AND IT IS THE PILOT’S              FLIGHT CREW CHECKLIST
     RESPONSIBILITY TO VERIFY
     THE ACCURACY OF THIS DATA.

     THE EMERGENCY CHECKLIST IS
     PRESENTED AS RECOMMENDED
     ACTIONS. SOME SITUATIONS MAY
     REQUIRE THE PILOT TO DEVIATE
     IN THE INTEREST OF SAFETY.

     A SUPERIOR PILOT IS A PILOT WHO USES HIS
     SUPERIOR JUDGMENT TO KEEP OUT OF
     SITUATIONS REQUIRING HIS SUPERIOR SKILLS.
                                                   EDWARDS AFB
     HAVE AN ENJOYABLE AND SAFE FLIGHT.




Updated 1 Dec 04                                                 Updated 1 Dec 04
                   CESSNA 182RG Checklist                    CESSNA 182RG Checklist
                                                          TABLE OF CONTENTS

                                                  PREFLIGHT INSPECTION                N-5
                                                    CABIN                             N-5
                                                    EMPENNAGE                         N-6
                                                    RIGHT WING                        N-6
                                                    NOSE                              N-7
                                                    LEFT WING                         N-7
                                                  BEFORE STARTING ENGINE              N-8
                                                  STARTING ENGINE                     N-9
                                                  AFTER STARTING ENGINE               N-9
                                                  TAXIING                             N-10
                                                  FREQUENCIES                         N-10
                                                  ENGINE RUN-UP                       N-11
                                                  BEFORE TAKEOFF                      N-12
                                                  TAKEOFF                             N-13
                                                  CLIMB                               N-14
                                                  MAXIMUM PERFORM CLIMB               N-14
                                                  CRUISE                              N-14
                                                  DESCENT                             N-15
                                                  BEFORE LANDING                      N-15
                                                  LANDING NORMAL                      N-16
                                                  SHORT FIELD LANDING                 N-16
                                                  BALKED LANDING                      N-16
                                                  AFTER LANDING                       N-17
                                                  SHUTDOWN                            N-17
                                                  SECURING AIRCRAFT                   N-18
Updated 1 Dec 04                            N-2   Updated 1 Dec 04                       N-1
                                                                        95




                                                                                                                                                                                     Updated 1 Dec 04
                                                                                                                                                  40
                                                      Not Recommended




                                                                                                                                                  35

                                                                                                                                                       Crosswind Component - Knots
                                                                                                                                                  30
                         TAKEOFF/LANDING
CESSNA 182RG Checklist


                          Crosswind Limits




                                                                                                                                                  25
                                                                                                                                                  20
                                                 18




                                                                                                                                                  15
                                                      Recommended




                                                                                                                                                  10
                                                                                                                                                  5




                                                                                                                                                                                     N-3
                                                                                                                                                  0
                                                                        40


                                                                             35


                                                                                        30


                                                                                                  25


                                                                                                             20


                                                                                                                       15


                                                                                                                             10


                                                                                                                                  5


                                                                                                                                           0
                                                                                      Headwind Component - Knots
                                                                                                   Traffic Pattern
                                                                                               C-182RG at South Base
                                                                                        ABEAM TOUCHDOWN POINT
                          RADIO CALL:                                                   FLAPS - 100
                          “SOUTH BASE TRAFFIC,                                          LANDING GEAR - DOWN
                           Skylane 68 Romeo ,                                           POWER = ABOUT 17 to 20”




                                                                                                                                                                                     Updated 1 Dec 04
                          LEFT BASE RWY 24,                                             AIRSPEED <140, >80                             RADIO CALL:
                          SOUTH BASE.”                                                                                                 “SOUTH BASE TRAFFIC,
                                                                                                                                        Skylane 68 Romeo, LEFT
                                                                                                                                        DOWNWIND, RWY 24,
                                                                                                                                         SOUTH BASE.”
                                                                                    DOWNWIND - 2800’ MSL
           BASE
           POWER = >15”
           FLAPS - 200                                                                                                            CROSSWIND
           A/S >75
                                                                                                                                      MINIUMUM
                                        FINAL                                                                                         2500’ MSL
                                        ROLL OUT 2650’ MSL OR ABOVE
                                        POWER = about 15”, less with no wind
                                        FLAPS - 300 - When Landing Assured - 400
                                        A/S = 65 - 70 NORMAL APPROACH
                                        “GUMPS”
                                                                                                           TOUCHDOWN POINT
                                                RADIO CALL:
                                                “SOUTH BASE TRAFFIC,
                                                 Skylane 68 Romeo , FINAL RWY 24,
                                                  FULL STOP, SOUTH BASE.”




                                                                                                                                                                                      N-4
                    CESSNA 182RG Checklist                                          CESSNA 182RG Checklist

     EMPENNAGE                                                     PREFLIGHT INSPECTION
      1. Baggage Door - SECURE.                                    CABIN
      2. Left Landing Gear Wheel Well - CHECK.                     Legal Items - Check
                                                                   (A-R-R-O-W)(A-V-I-A-T-E)
      3. Tail Tie-Down - DISCONNECT.
                                                                   Emergency Equip. - Check (as required)
      4. Control Surfaces - CHECK freedom of movement              HOBBS Meter - RECORD
      5. Right Landing Gear Wheel Well - CHECK                     1. Landing Gear Lever - DOWN.
                                                                   2. Control Wheel Lock - REMOVE.
      RIGHT WING                                                   3. Ignition Switch - OFF.
      1. Wing Flap - CHECK                                         4. Interior Light Controls - OFF.
      2. Aileron - CHECK freedom of movement & security            5. Avionics Power Switch - OFF.
      3. Navigation Light - CHECK.                                 6. Master Switch - ON.
      4. Wing Tie-Down - DISCONNECT.                               7. Fuel Quantity Indicators - CHECK QUANTITY
      5. Main Wheel Tire - CHECK, chock removed.                   8. Landing Gear Position Indicator Light (green) - ON.
      6. Fuel Tank Drain - Free of water, sediment, proper color   9. Stall Warning - TEST.
      7. Fuel Quantity - CHECK VISUALLY.                           10. Wing Flaps - EXTEND
      8. Fuel Filler Cap - SECURE.                                 11. Interior Lights - CHECK (Night Flight).
                                                                   12. Exterior Lights - CHECK (as required).
                                                                   13. Master Switch - OFF.
                                                                   14. Fuel Selector Valve - BOTH.
                                                                   15.    Hydraulic Reservoir - CHECK (located forward of
                                                                                                       the center pedestal).
Updated 1 Dec 04                                       N-6               Updated 1 Dec 04                                      N-5
                     CESSNA 182RG Checklist                                      CESSNA 182RG Checklist


      BEFORE STARTING ENGINE                                        NOSE
      1. Preflight Inspection - COMPLETE.                           1. Static Source On Right Side - UNOBSTRUCTED.
      2. Passenger Brief - SEAT BELT/HARNESS USE                    2. Oil Quantity - CHECK, fill to 7 qts for flight > 3 hrs.
                           EXITS                                     3. Fuel Sump - DRAIN, check for sediment, color, water
                           FIRE EXTINGUISHER
                           SURVIVAL EQUIP. (as approp.)             4. Propeller and Spinner - CHECK.
                           PERTINENT INFO. (i.e., where to          5. Landing and Taxi Lights - CHECK.
                           meet after emergency exit of aircraft)
                                                                    6. Cowl Flaps - CHECK.
      3. Seat Belts and Harnesses - FASTENED
                                                                    7. Nose Gear Strut - CHECK.
      4. Fuel Selector Valve - BOTH.
                                                                    8. Tire - CHECK condition.
      5. Cowl Flaps - OPEN
                                                                     9. Oil Filler Cap - SECURE.
      6. Landing Gear Lever - DOWN.
                                                                    10. Static Source On Left Side - UNOBSTRUCTED
      7. Alternate Static Source - CHECK and IN.
      8. Circuit Breakers - CHECK IN.                               LEFT WING
      9. Avionics Master Switch - OFF                               1. Fuel Quantity - CHECK VISUALLY
                       CAUTION                                      2. Fuel Filler Cap - SECURE.
                                                                    3. Main Wheel Tire - CHECK, chock removed.
      The avionics power must be OFF during engine                  4.   Wing Tie-Down - DISCONNECT.
      start to prevent damage to the avionics.                      5.   Navigation Light - CHECK
                                                                    6.   Aileron - CHECK freedom of movement & security
      10. Brakes - TEST and SET (as desired).
                                                                    7.   Wing Flap - CHECK
                                                                    8.   Fuel Tank Drain - Free of water, sediment, proper color


N-8                                              Updated 1 Dec 04    N-7                                        Updated 1 Dec 04
                    CESSNA 182RG Checklist                                  CESSNA 182RG Checklist

        TAXIING                                             STARTING ENGINE
                                                            1. Carburetor Heat - OFF.
         1. Parking Brake - RELEASED
                                                            2. Propeller - FULL FORWARD.
         2. Wheel Brakes - CHECK
                                                            3. Mixture - FULL RICH.
         3. Flight Instruments - CHECK
                                                            4. Primer - PUMP, Twice for Warm Weather, Three for Cold
         4. Navigation Instruments - CHECK and SET
                                                            5. Throttle - OPEN 1/4 inch
         COMMUNICATION FREQUENCIES                          6. Master Switch - ON.
                                                            7. Beacon - ON.
         EDWARDS GROUND                      121.80         8. Propeller Area - CLEAR.
         EDWARDS TOWER                       120.70          9. Ignition Switch - START, release when engine starts
         SPORT                                132.75        10. Throttle - ADJUST to 1000 - 1200 RPM.
         JOSHUA APPROACH                                    11. Oil Pressure - CHECK.

               LANCASTER DEPART              124.55         AFTER STARTING ENGINE
               ROSAMOND DEPART                133.65        1. Avionics Power Switch - ON.

         NAVIGATION FREQUENCIES                             2. Wing Flaps - RETRACT.
                                                            3. GPS - SELECT ENT, as required.
         KEDW 116.4                IEDW       110.10        4. Radios - SET
         KPMD 114.5                IPMD       110.70        5. Auxiliary Fuel Pump - ON, then OFF
         KLHS 108.4                                         6. Mixture - LEAN for Taxiing

                                                            7. Radio Call - TAXI CLEARANCE (as approp).

Updated 1 Dec 04                                     N-10        Updated 1 Dec 04                                     N-9
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BEFORE TAKE-OFF                                     ENGINE RUN-UP
1. Seat/Belts/Shoulder Harnesses - SECURE.
                                                    1. Parking Brake - SET (AS DESIRED).
2. Doors/Window - CLOSED/LOCKED.
                                                    2. Fuel Selector - BOTH.
3. Flight Controls - FREE and CORRECT.
                                                    3. Engine Control Friction - ADJUSTED.
4. Trim - ELEVATOR - TAKE-OFF,
                                                    4. Oil Temperature - CHECK.
           RUDDER - ZERO.
                                                    5. Oil Pressure - CHECK.
5. Wing Flaps - 00 or 200.
                                                    6. Fuel Pressure - ABOVE .5 PSI.
6. Pre-Takeoff Briefing - AIRSPEEDS
                                                    7. Mixture - RICH.
                         DISTANCES
                                                    8. Carburetor Heat - OFF.
                         DEPARTURE
                         EMERGENCY PROCEDURES       9. Throttle - 1700 RPM
                            During takeoff roll     10. Magnetos Check - L then BOTH, R then Both
                            Right after takeoff
                                                        Max. drop 175 RPM, max. difference 50 RPM
                            Emergency Landing
7. Heading Indicator - CHECK ALIGNMENT.             11. Propeller - CYCLE from HIGH to LOW,

8. Engine Instruments - CHECK.                          Return to FULL FORWARD ( High RPM)

9. Transponder - ON (ALT).                          12. Carburetor Heat - ON, check for RPM droop, then OFF.

10. Landing Light - ON                              13. Suction Gage - CHECK, 4.5 to 5.4.

11. Radio Call - CLEARANCE.                         14. Mixture - LEAN FOR TAKEOFF.

12. Wheel Brakes - RELEASE.                         14. Throttle - 1000 RPM




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                                 Updated 1 Dec 04   N-11                                     Updated 1 Dec 04
                   CESSNA 182RG Checklist                           CESSNA 182RG Checklist
CLIMB
                                                     NORMAL TAKE-OFF
1. Power - 23 inches and 2400 RPM.
                                                     1. Carburetor Heat - OFF.
2. Fuel Selector Valve - BOTH.
                                                     2. Throttle - FULL THROTTLE and 2400 RPM.
3. Mixture - Adjust (as required above 3000 ft DA)
                                                     3. Elevator Control - LIFT NOSE OFF AT 50 KIAS.
4. Climb Speed - 90-100 KIAS.
                                                     4. Climb Speed - 70 KIAS (flaps 200).
5. Cowl Flap - OPEN as required.
                                                                        80 KIAS (flaps UP).
MAXIMUM PERFORM CLIMB                                5. Brakes - APPLY momentarily when airborne.
1. Power - FULL THROTTLE and 2400 RPM.               6. Landing Gear - RETRACT.
2. Fuel Selector Valve - BOTH.                       7. Wing Flaps - RETRACT, if extended.
3. Mixture - FULL RICH (below 3000 ft DA).           SHORTFIELD TAKEOFF
4. Climb Speed - 88 KIAS.
                                                     1. Carburetor Heat - OFF.
5. Cowl Flap - FULL OPEN as required.
                                                     2. Wing Flaps - 200
CRUISE                                               3. Wheel Brakes - APPLY.
1. Landing Light - OFF (as desired)                  4. Throttle - FULL THROTTLE and 2400 RPM.
2. Power - 15-23 inches, 2100-2400 RPM (<75%).       5. Wheel Brakes - RELEASE
                                                     6. Elevator Control - MAINTAIN SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW.
3. Elevator and Rudder Trim - ADJUST.
                                                     7. Climb Speed - 55 KIAS until clear of obstacles.
4. Mixture - ADJUST for BEST POWER (as required).
                                                     8. Brakes - APPLY momentarily when airborne.
         Warning: Improper leaning procedures
                  will greatly reduce endurance      9. Landing Gear - RETRACT.
ALWAYS ENRICH BEFORE INCREASING POWER                10. Wing Flaps - RETRACT slowly after reaching 75 KIAS.
5. Cowl Flap - CLOSED.
Updated 1 Dec 04                             N-14       N-13                                      Updated 1 Dec 04
                   CESSNA 182RG Checklist                     CESSNA 182RG Checklist
NORMAL LANDING
                                                   DESCENT
1. Airspeed - 70 - 80 KIAS (flaps up).
                                                   1. Power setting - AS DESIRED.
2. Wing Flaps - AS DESIRED.
                                                       Avoid excessive engine cooling, plan descent to keep
3. Airspeed - 65 - 75 KIAS
                                                       manifold pressure above 15”, if unable, apply engine
4. Touchdown - MAIN WHEELS FIRST.                      power every 1500 feet to prevent fouled plugs and
                                                       engine cooling.
5. Braking - MINIMUM REQUIRED.
                                                   2. Carburetor Heat - AS DESIRED.
SHORTFIELD LANDING                                 3. Mixture - ENRICHEN as required.
1. Airspeed - 70 - 80 KIAS (flaps up).             4. Cowl Flaps - CLOSED
2. Wing Flaps - 400.                               5. Wing Flaps - AS DESIRED
3. Airspeed - MAINTAIN 63 KIAS.                                     (00-100 below 140 KIAS).
4. Power - REDUCE TO IDLE AS OBSTACLE IS CLEAR.                     (100-400 below 95 KIAS).

5. Touchdown - MAIN WHEELS FIRST
                                                   BEFORE LANDING
                                                   1. Landing Light - ON.
6. Wheel Brakes - APPLY HEAVILY.
7. Wing Flaps - RETRACT.                           2. Seat/Belts/Shoulder Harnesses - SECURE.
                                                   3. Fuel Selector Valve - BOTH.
BALKED LANDING
                                                    4. Mixture - ENRICHEN
1. Carburetor Heat - OFF (if applied).
                                                    5. Flaps - EXTEND
2. Throttle - SMOOTHLY ADVANCE TO FULL              6. Landing Gear - DOWN (below 140 KIAS).
3. Flaps - RETRACT TO       200                                       CHECK VISUALLY & Green Light
4. Flaps - FULLY RETRACT ABOVE 75 KIAS.             7. Propeller - HIGH RPM (Full In)
5. REFER TO CLIMB CHECKLIST                         8. Carburetor Heat - ON, before closing throttle.
Updated 1 Dec 04                            N-16   Updated 1 Dec 04
                                                                                                        N-15
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                                                                   AFTER LANDING
   SECURING AIRCRAFT
                                                                   1. Wing Flaps - UP.
       1. Control Lock - INSTALL.
                                                                   2. Carburetor - OFF.
       2. Hobbs and Tach and Fuel - RECORDED
                                                                   3. Cowl Flaps - OPEN.
       3. All Switches - CHECK OFF
                                                                   4. Trim - TAKE-OFF.
       4. Interior and exterior lights - CHECK OFF
                                                                   5. Transponder - STBY
       5. Chocks/Tie-Downs/Pitot Cover - INSTALLED
                                                                   6. Flight Controls - SET for wind.
       6. Keys/NoteBook/Checklist - RETURNED
                                                                   7. Radio Call - AS REQUIRED.
       7. USAGE RECEIPT - COMPLETE
                              (time, fuel, oil, instructor time)
                                                                   SHUTDOWN (Don’t forget to refuel this aircraft)
                                                                   1. Avionics Master Switch - OFF.
                                                                   2. All Nonessential Equipment - OFF
             FLIGHT PLAN CLOSED?
                                                                   3. Throttle - IDLE.
                                                                   4. Magnetos - CHECK for GROUND (Off then Both).
                                                                   5. Throttle - 1000 RPM
                                                                   6. Mixture - IDLE CUT-OFF.
                                                                   7. Magnetos - OFF.
                                                                   8. Beacon – OFF.
                                                                   9. Master Switch - OFF.
                                                                   10. Fuel Selector - RIGHT.
N-18                                       Updated 1 Dec 04            N-17                                  Updated 1 Dec 04
                   CESSNA 182RG Checklist                   CESSNA 182RG Checklist

                                                           TABLE OF CONTENTS
   TABLE OF CONTENTS (CONTINUED)
                                                   SPEEDS FOR
 ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY                           EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
 MALFUNCTIONS                                      ENGINE FAILURES
                                                     DURING TAKEOFF RUN
 OVER-VOLTAGE LIGHT ILLUM.
                                                     IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKEOFF
 AMMETER SHOWS DISCHARGE                             DURING FLIGHT
 LOST COMM. PROCEDURES                             FIRES
 DETERIORATING WEATHER                               DURING START ON GROUND
                                                     ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT
 DIVERSION TO ALTERNATE                              ELECTRICAL FIRE IN FLIGHT
 LOST PROCEDURES                                     CABIN FIRE
                                                     WING FIRE
 REMAINING OVERNIGHT CHECKS                        FORCED LANDINGS
                                                     WITHOUT ENGINE POWER
                                                     PRECAUTIONARY LANDING
                                                     DITCHING
                                                   PROPELLER GOVERNOR FAILURE
                                                   ICING
                                                   STATIC SOURCE BLOCKAGE
                                                   LANDING GEAR MALFUNCTIONS
                                                        LDG GEAR FAILS TO RETRACT
                                                        LDG GEAR FAILS TO EXTEND
                                                       GEAR UP LANDING
                                                        LAND WITHOUT POS. INDICATION
                                                        LAND WITH DEFECTIVE NOSE GEAR
                                                        LANDING WITH FLAT MAIN GEAR
Updated 1 Dec 04                            E-2   Updated 1 Dec 04                   E-1
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ENGINE FAILURES
DURING TAKEOFF RUN                                                   SPEEDS FOR
1. Throttle - IDLE.
                                                                EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
2. Wheel Brakes - APPLY.
3. Wing Flaps - RETRACT.
4. Mixture - IDLE CUT-OFF                                 Engine Failure After Takeoff:
5. Ignition Switch - OFF.
                                                                      Wing Flaps Up          70 KIAS
6. Master Switch - OFF.                                               Wing Flaps Down        65 KIAS
IMMEDIATELY AFTER TAKEOFF                                 Maneuvering Speed:
1. Airspeed - 70 KIAS (flaps UP).                                     3100 lbs.             112 KIAS
              65 KIAS (flaps DOWN)                                    2550 lbs.             101 KIAS
2.   Mixture - IDLE CUT-OFF.                                          2000 lbs.              89 KIAS
3.   Fuel Selector Valve - OFF.                           Maximum Glide Speed:
4.   Ignition Switch - OFF.                                           3100 lbs.             80 KIAS
5.   Wing Flaps - AS REQUIRED (40o recommended).                      2550 lbs.             72 KIAS
6.   Master Switch - OFF.                                             2000 lbs.             64 KIAS
ENGINE FAILURE DURING FLIGHT                              Precautionary Landing Speed       65 KIAS
1. Airspeed - 80 KIAS.                                       (with power available)
2.   Carburetor Heat - ON.                                Landing Without Engine Power:
3.   Fuel Selector Valve - BOTH.                                      Wing Flaps Up          75 KIAS
4.   Mixture - RICH.                                                  Wing Flaps Down        65 KIAS
5.   Ignition Switch - BOTH (start if prop stopped).
6.   Primer - IN and LOCKED.
E -4                                   Updated 1 Dec 04   E-3                             Updated 1 Dec 04
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ENGINE FIRE IN FLIGHT                                                                  FIRES
1. Mixture - IDLE CUT-OFF.                                       DURING START ON GROUND
2. Fuel Selector Valve - OFF.                                    1. Cranking - CONTINUE, to get a start
3. Master Switch - OFF.                                          IF ENGINE STARTS:
4. Cabin Air Heat and Air - OFF, except overhead vents           2. Power - 1700 RPM for a few minutes.
5. Airspeed - 100 KIAS (if fire not extinguish, increase).
                                                                 3. Engine - SHUTDOWN and inspect for damage.
6. PROCEED WITH FORCED LANDING
                                                                 IF ENGINE FAILS TO START:
ELECTRICAL FIRE IN FLIGHT
                                                                 4. Throttle - FULL OPEN.
1. Master Switch - OFF.
                                                                 5. Mixture - IDLE CUT-OFF.
2. Avionics Power Switch - OFF.
                                                                 6. Cranking - CONTINUE.
3. All Other Switches (except Ignition) - OFF.
                                                                 7. Fire Extinguisher - OBTAIN.
 4. Vents/Cabin Air Heat and Air - CLOSED.
IF FIRE APPEARS OUT AND ELECTRIC POWER                           8. Engine - SECURE:
IS NEEDED TO CONTINUE FLIGHT:                                                 a. Ignition Switch - OFF
 5. Master Switch - ON.                                                       b. Master Switch - OFF
                                                                              c. Fuel Selector Valve - OFF
6.  Circuit Breakers - CHECK for faulty circuit
                                                                 9. Fire - EXTINGUISH
7.  Radio Switches - OFF.
8. Avionics Power Switch - ON.                                   10. Fire Damage - INSPECT
9.  Radio/Electrical Switches - ON, one at a time with
                             delay to locate short circuit.
10. Vents/Cabin Air/Heat - OPEN


Updated 1 Dec 04                                    E -6      Updated 1 Dec 04                               E-5
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  CABIN FIRE
                                                             EMERGENCY LANDING W/O POWER
 1. Master Switch - OFF.
 2. Vents/Cabin Air/Heat - CLOSED                            (continued)
 3. Fire Extinguisher - ACTIVATE                             6. Wing Flaps - AS REQUIRED. (Recommended 400)
                                                             7. Doors - UNLATCH PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN.
 WING FIRE
                                                             8. Master Switch - OFF.
  1. Navigation and Strobe Lights - OFF.
                                                             9. Touchdown - SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW.
  2. Pitot Heat - OFF
 Perform a side slip to keep the flames away from the        10. Wheel Brakes - APPLY HEAVILY.
 fuel tank and cabin, land as soon as possible, use          PRECAUTIONARY LANDING (WITH POWER)
 minimal flaps.
                                                             1. Airspeed - 65 KIAS.
          FORCED LANDINGS                                    2. Wing Flaps - 200.
 EMERGENCY LANDING W/O POWER                                 3. Selected Field - FLY OVER, note terrain/obstacles.
 1. Airspeed - 70 KIAS (flaps UP).                           4. Electrical Switches - OFF.
               65 KIAS (flaps DOWN)                          5. Landing Gear - DOWN (UP is terrain is rough).
 2. Mixture - IDLE CUT-OFF.
                                                             6. Wing Flaps - 400.
 3. Fuel Selector Valve - OFF.
                                                             7. Airspeed - 65 KIAS.
 4. Ignition Switch - OFF.
 5. Landing Gear - DOWN (UP if terrain is rough)             8. Doors - UNLATCH PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN
                                                             9. Avionics Power and Master Switches - OFF.
       (CONTINUED NEXT PAGE)                                 10. Touchdown - SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW.
                                                             11. Ignition Switch - OFF
                                                             12. Wheel Brakes - APPLY HEAVILY.
E -7                                      Updated 1 Dec 04    E-8                              Updated 1 Dec 04
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                                                             DITCHING
ICING
                                                             1. Radio - TRANSMIT MAYDAY ON 121.5.
 1. Pitot Heat - ON.
                                                             2. Heavy objects - SECURE OR JETTISON.
 2. Turn Back and/or change altitude.
                                                             3. Landing Gear - UP.
 3. Pull cabin heat control full out an d rotate defroster
                                                             4. Wing Flaps - 200 - 400.
    control clockwise to obtain maximum airflow.
 4. Power - INCREASE to minimize prop icing.                 5. Power - 300 FT/MIN DESCENT AT 60 KIAS.

 5. Carburetor - ON, as required                             6. Approach - High winds, high seas - INTO WIND.

 6. Land at nearest airport - PREPARE                              Light winds, heavy swells - PARALLEL WIND.

 7. Stall Speed will increase with 1/4” ice.                    Note – No power 70KIAS flaps up, 65 KIAS flaps 10o

  8. DO NOT USE FLAPS.                                       7. Cabin Doors - UNLATCH.

  9. Approach Speed - 85 to 95 KIAS                          8. Touchdown - LEVEL ATTITUDE @ 300 FT/MIN.
                                                             9. Face - CUSHION, COVER WITH COAT.

STATIC SOURCE BLOCKAGE                                       10. EVACUATE, if need be, flood cabin to
 1. Alternate Static Source Valve - PULL ON.                     open doors.
 2. Airspeed - CONSULT POH, page 5-9.                        PROPELLER GOVERNOR FAILURE
 3. Altitude - Cruise 50 feet higher, approach 30 feet       1. Oil Pressure Gage - CHECKED.
                     higher, than normal.                    2. Oil Temperature Gage - CHECKED.
                                                             3. Throttle - AS REQUIRED.
                                                             4. Airspeed - REDUCED
                                                                  CAUTION: MAXIMUM 2400 RPM
Updated 1 Dec 04
                                                     E -10
                                                             Updated 1 Dec 04                               E-9
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GEAR UP LANDING                                          LANDING GEAR MALFUNCTIONS

1. Landing Gear Lever - UP.
                                                         LANDING GEAR FAILS TO RETRACT
2.   Landing Gear and Gear Pump Circuit Breakers - IN    1. Master Switch - ON.
3.   Runway - SELECT longest hard surface                2. Landing Gear Lever - CHECK (lever full up).
4.   Wing Flaps - 400.                                   3. Landing Gear and Gear Pump Circuit Breakers - IN.
5.   Airspeed - 65 KIAS.
                                                         4. Gear Up Light - CHECK.
6.   Doors - UNLATCH PRIOR TO TOUCHDOWN.
                                                         5. Landing Gear Lever - RECYCLE.
 7. Avionics Power and Master Switches - OFF.
 8. Touchdown - SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW.                       6. Gear Motor - CHECK OPERATION.
  9. Mixture - IDLE CUT-OFF.                             LANDING GEAR FAILS TO EXTEND
10. Ignition Switch - OFF.
                                                         1. Landing Gear Lever - DOWN.
11. Fuel Selector Valve - OFF.
                                                         2. Emergency Hand Pump - EXTEND HANDLE and
12. EVACUATE ONCE STOPPED.
                                                                                  pump about 20 cycles.
LANDING W/O POSITIVE INDICATION                          3. Gear Down Light - ON.
1. Before Landing Check - COMPLETE.                      4. Emergency Hand Pump Handle - STOW.
2. Approach - NORMAL (full flap).
3.   Landing Gear and Gear Pump Circuit Breakers - IN
4.   Touchdown - SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW.
5.   Wheel Braking - MINIMUM NECESSARY
6.   Taxi - SLOWLY.
7. Engine - SHUTDOWN, THEN INSPECT GEAR.
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ELECTRICAL POWER SUPPLY                              LANDING WITH DEFECTIVE NOSE
                                                     GEAR OR FLAT NOSE TIRE
    MALFUNCTIONS
                                                     1. Movable Load - MOVE TO BAGGAGE AREA.
OVER-VOLTAGE LIGHT ILLUMINATES                        2. Passenger - MOVE TO REAR SEAT.
1. Avionics Power Switch - OFF.                       3. Before Landing Checklist - COMPLETE.
2. Master Switch - OFF (both sides).                  4. Runway - HARD SURFACE OR SMOOTH SOD.
3. Master Switch - ON.                               5. Wing Flaps - 400.
4. Over-voltage Light - OFF.                         6. Cabin Door -UNLATCH BEFORE TOUCHDOWN
5. Avionics Power Switch - ON.                       7. Avionics Power & Master Switches - OFF.
IF OVER-VOLTAGE LIGHT ILLUMINATES AGAIN:             8. Land - SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW.
6. Flight - TERMINATE as soon as possible.           9. Mixture - IDLE CUT-OFF.
                                                     10. Ignition Switch - OFF.
AMMETER SHOWS DISCHARGE                              11. Fuel Selector Valve - OFF.
1. Alternator - OFF.                                 12. Elevator Control - HOLD NOSE OFF GROUND.
2. Nonessential Radio/Electrical Equipment - OFF.    13. EVACUATE as soon as aircraft comes to a stop.
6. Flight - TERMINATE as soon as possible.           LANDING WITH FLAT MAIN TIRE
                                                     1. Approach - NORMAL (full flap).
                                                      2. Touchdown - GOOD TIRE FIRST.
                                                      3. Directional Control - MAINTAIN (brake with
                                                                                     good wheel as required.
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                                                                   LOST COMM. PROCEDURES
DETERIORATING WEATHER
                                                             ENROUTE TO EDWARDS AFB
If weather is deteriorating:
                                                             1. Fly the standard VFR Rosamond Arrival to South Base.
1. Reverse course and return to better weather.              2. If clearance to enter R2515 has been received:
2. Alter route to avoid areas of bad weather.                       Proceed and Land.
                                                                    Check for Light Gun Signals from Tower.
3. Call FSS for updated weather and forecasts.                      Call Base Operations after landing.
4. Land as soon as possible.                                 IN GENERAL
DIVERSION TO ALTERNATE                                        1. Land at a non-control tower airport if possible, or
                                                              2. Remain outside or above Class D surface areas until
1. Select nearest suitable airfield from your present        the direction and flow of traffic can be determined; then,
   position.                                                 join the airport traffic pattern, maintain visual contact with
2. Compute approximate magnetic course to airfield,          Tower to receive Light Gun Signals, and acknowledge
                                                             signals by rocking wings or flashing the landing light if at
    and change to that course as soon as possible.
                                                             night. DO NOT LAND WITHOUT CLEARANCE.
3. Once established on new course and altitude,
   calculate wind correction, actual distance, ETA,            SIGNAL         ON THE GROUND IN THE AIR
                                                               STEADY         Cleared For Takeoff Cleared to Land
   and fuel required from present position to airfield.        GREEN
4. Update your flight plan with local FSS or use 122.2.        FLASHING        Cleared For Taxi     Return For Landing and
                                                               GREEN                                look for STEADY GRN
5. After landing, close your flight plan and contact the       STEADY              STOP             Give Way to other A/C
   AERO CLUB to advise of your intentions.                     RED                                  and continue to circle
                                                               FLASHING        Taxi clear of         AIRPORT UNSAFE
                                                               RED             Runway in use         DO NOT LAND
                                                               FLASHING        Return to starting       Not Applicable
                                                               WHITE           point on airport
                                                               ALTERNATE            Exercise                Exercise
                                                               RED & GREEN      Extreme Caution         Extreme Caution
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                   CESSNA 182RG Checklist                                       CESSNA 182RG Checklist

REMAINING OVERNIGHT CHECKS
                                                              LOST PROCEDURES:
1. Before leaving on planned overnight trips
     a. Take extra oil applicable to the aircraft.            1. CONFESS - Admit to yourself that you are lost.
     b. Plan where you will obtain fuel.
                                                              2. CLIMB - if possible, for improved visibility,
     c. Take chocks with you.
                                                                 communications, navigation, and better radar and
1. Before leaving the aircraft.                                  direction finding detection. If on a cross country,
     a.   Service with fuel and oil.                             continue to fly original heading while looking for
                                                                 a recognizable landmark.
     b.   Install control locks and covers.
     c.   Ensure all switches are off.                        3. COMMUNICATE - with a radar facility, FSS,
     d.   Remove Keys and Lock Doors.                            Flight Watch, Control Tower, or on 121.5.
     e.   Secure Aircraft with proper tie-downs.              4. COMPLY - with instructions and advise received.
 2. Ensure aircraft properly tied down into the wind.         5. CONSERVE FUEL - lean for best economy.
 3. Call FSS to close flight plan (1-800-WX BRIEF).
 4. If a maintenance problem exists with the aircraft,
    call for guidance:
          AERO CLUB OFFICE (661) 275-2376 or
          Manager’s cell 661 857-6275.
 5. If severe weather is anticipated, attempt to get the
    aircraft hangar.




Updated 1 Dec 04
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