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1980 CessnaU206G N50MB

Preflight Cabin
1. Pilots Operating Handbook .............
Available.
2. Airplane Weight & Balance .. Check.
3. Parking Brake ........................... Set.
4. Hobbs, Tach & Squawks ..... Check.
5. Fire Extinguisher ............... Charged.
6. Documents ......... AROW in airplane.
7. Control/Avionics Lock ....... Remove.
8. Avionics Power Switch ............... Off.
9. Ignition Switch ............................ Off.
10. Master Switch ........................... On.
Warning
When turning on the master
switch, using an external power
source, or pulling the propeller
through by hand, treat the
propeller as if the ignition switch
were on. Do not stand, nor allow
anyone else to stand, within the
arc of the propeller, since a
loose or broken wire, or a
component malfunction, could
cause the propeller to rotate.
11. Fuel Quantity Indicators....... Check
Quantity.
12. Master Switch ........................... Off.
13. Avionics Power Switch ............. On.
14. Lights .................................. Check.
15. Fuel Selector ...............Fuller Tank.
16. Static Pressure Alternate Source
Valve......................................... Off.
Preflight Empennage
1. Rudder Gust Lock ............. Remove.
2. Tail Tie-Down ................ Disconnect.
3. Control Surfaces .................. Check.
4. Check Cargo Door. ......... Latched &
Locked (right side only).
Note
The cargo doors must be fully closed
and latched before operating the electric
wing flapsSee POH.

Preflight Right Wing trailing edge


1. Right Flap ............................. Check.
2. Right Aileron ......................... Check.
3. Right Wingtip & Light............ Check.
Preflight Right Wing
1. Wing Tie Down ..............Disconnect.
2. Right Fuel Vent ...........Check Clear.
3. Rt. Main Wheel Tire & Brake..Check.
4. Right Fuel Sump(s) ................ Drain.
5. Right Fuel Quantity.. Visually Check.
6. Fuel Filler Cap ............. Secure, vent
unobstructed.
Nose
1. Static Sources .. Check (Both sides).
2. Prop/Spinner/Engine Inlet .... Check.
3. Landing / Taxi Lights ............ Check.
4. Nose Wheel, Strut & Tire ..... Check.
5. Nose Tie-Down .............Disconnect.
6. Engine Oil Dipstick ...... 9-12 Quarts.
7. Engine Oil Filler Cap Check Secure.
8. Fuel Strainer Drain Knob .. Pullout to
Drain.
Preflight Left Wing
1. Left Main Wheel Tire & Brake.
............................................ Check.
2. Left Fuel Sump(s) .................. Drain.
3. Left Fuel Quantity .... Visually Check.
7. Fuel Filler Cap ............. Secure, vent
unobstructed.
Preflight Left Wing Leading Edge
1. Pitot Tube Cover Remove & Check.
2. Left Fuel Vent ..............Check Clear.
3. Stall Warning Vane .............. Check.
4. Wing Tie-Down .............Disconnect.
5. Left Wingtip & Light .............. Check.
Preflight Left Wing Trailing Edge
1. Left Aileron ........................... Check.
2. Left Flap ............................... Check.
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PASSENGER BRIEF
Seat Belts / Shoulder Harness
Personal Electronic Devices off
Air Vents / Comfort
Fire Extinguisher Location / Operation
Emergency Procedures & Exits

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MISSION BRIEF
Mission Objective
Destination, WX, Route, Alt, ETE
NOTAMS
Crew Coordination & CRM
Sterile Cockpit Procedures
Cockpit Layout
Intercom & Radio Usage
Seats, Seatbelts, Doors
Emergency Action & Equipment

Before Starting Engine


1. Preflight Inspection .......... Complete.
2. Passenger Brief ............... Complete.
3. Seats / Belts / Shoulder Harness
.............................. Adjust and Lock.
4. Brakes ........................... Test & Set.
5. Avionics Power Switch .............. Off.
Caution
The avionics power switch must be OFF
during engine start to prevent possible
damage to avionics.

6. Electrical Equipment.................. Off.


7. Autopilot (If installed) ................. Off.
9. Cowl Flaps ............................. Open.
10. Master Switch ........................... On.
11. Fuel Selector ............... Fuller Tank.
12. Circuit Breakers ............... Check In.
Starting Engine
1. Mixture ..................................... Rich.
2. Propeller ......................... High RPM.
3. Throttle ................................ Closed.
4. Auxiliary Fuel Pump................... On.
5. Throttle. ...... Advance to obtain 8-10
gal/hr fuel flow, then return to
CLOSED position.
6. Auxiliary Fuel Pump................... Off.
7. Propeller Area ........................Clear.
8. Ignition Switch .........................Start.
9. Throttle .................. Advance Slowly.
10. Ignition Switch. ........ Release when
engine starts.
Note
The engine should start in two or three
revolutions. If it does not continue running,
start again at step 3 above. If the engine
does not start, leave auxiliary fuel pump
switch off, set mixture to idle cut-off, open
throttle, and crank until engine fires or for
approximately 15 seconds. If unsuccessful,
start again using the normal starting

procedure after allowing the starter motor to


cool.

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Throttle .................................... Idle.


Oil Pressure ........................ Check.
Starter ............ Check Disengaged.
Avionics Power Switch ............. On.
Beacon & Nav Lights................ On.
Taxi Lights ................. As Required.
Flaps ........................................ Up.
Transponder .............. TEST/STBY.
Radios ...................................... On.

Taxi
1. Brakes ..................................... Test.
2. Attitude Indicator, Turn Coordinator,
H.I. & Compass .......... Verify Proper
Operation.
Before Takeoff - Run-Up
1. Parking Brake ............................Set.
2. Cabin Doors & Window ........ Closed
and Locked.
3. Cowl Flaps ............................. Open.
4. Flight Controls ........ Free & Correct.
5. Flight Instruments ................. Check.
6. Fuel Selector Valve....... Fuller Tank.
7. Mixture ..................................... Rich.
8. Elevator & Rudder Trim ....... Takeoff
Setting.
9. Throttle .......................... 1700 RPM.
Magnetos . Max Drop 150 RPM
Max Differential 50 RPM.
Propeller ........................ Cycle.
Engine Inst & Ammeter Check.
Suction Gauge . ..Check (4.6 to
5.4 In. Hg.).
10. Throttle ......................... 1000 RPM.
11. Radios ......................................Set.
12. Autopilot (If Installed) ............... Off.
13. Flashing Beacon, Nav lights, Strobe
Lights, Pulse Lights (If installed)
.................................... As Desired.
14. Throttle Friction Lock .......... Adjust.
15. Flaps set for Takeoff ........... 0-20.
16. Takeoff Briefing ..............Complete.
17. Lights........................................Set.
18. Transponder ................. Set to ALT.
19. Time .................................. Record.
20. Parking Brake .................. Release.

Takeoff
1. Wing Flaps ............................0-20.
2. Power ..Full Throttle and 2850 RPM.
3. Mixture .. Lean for field elevation per
fuel flow placard.
4. Engine Instruments ...........In Green.
5. Rotate ............................... 50 KIAS.
6. Climb Speed .............. 70 - 80 KIAS.
Short Field T.O. ..... 20 Flaps / 65
KIAS Until Clear.
Soft Field T.O. 20 Flaps / Ground
Effect ASAP.
7. Flaps.. ............Retract when clear of
obstacles and 80 KIAS is reached.
Normal Climb
1. Airspeed ..................... 90-100 KIAS.
2. Power ......... 25 In. Hg. & 2550 RPM.
3. Mixture .. Lean to 18 gal/hr fuel flow.
4. Cowl Flaps .......... Open as required.
5. Engine Instruments .............. Check.
Cruise
1. Power .... 15-25 Inches & 2200-2550
RPM (no more than 75% power).
2. Mixture .................................... Lean.
3. Elevator & Rudder Trim ........Adjust.
4. Cowl Flaps ................... As required.
5. Engine Instruments / Fuel .... Check.
6. Heading Indicator (H.I.) to Compass.
7. Lights .......................... As Required.
8. Flight Plan ..... Activate as Required.
Descent
1. Heading Indicator. ...... To Compass.
2. Altimeter .................................. Set.
3. Lights ........................As Required.
4. Engine Instruments ............ Check.
5. Power .......................... As Desired.
6. MixtureLean for Smoothness; use
full rich mixture for idle power.
7. Cowl Flaps ........................ Closed.
8. Wing Flaps .................. As Desired.
Before Landing
1. Seat, Seat Belts, Shoulder Harness
............................ Adjust and Lock.
2. Fuel Selector .............. Fuller Tank.
3. Mixture ........ Rich (Below 3000 ft.).
4. Propeller ....................... High RPM.

5. Autopilot (If installed) ............... Off.


6. Airspeed .. 75-85 KIAS (Flaps Up).
7. Wing Flaps ..................As Desired.
8. Airspeed..65-75 KIAS (Flaps Down).
9. Elevator Trim ...................... Adjust.
10.Touchdown........ Main Wheel First.
11. Landing Roll ...Lower Nose Wheel
Gently.
12. Braking ............. Minimum required.
Short Field Landing
1. Airspeed .. 75-85 KIAS (Flaps Up).
2. Wing Flaps . 40 (below 100 KIAS).
3. Airspeed ........... Maintain 64 KIAS.
4. Elevator Trim ...................... Adjust.
5. Power .. Reduce to idle as obstacle
is cleared.
6. Touchdown...... Main Wheels First.
7. Brakes ..................... Apply Heavily.
8. Flaps .......... Retract for Max brake
effectiveness.
Balked Landing
1. Power .. Full Throttle & 2850 RPM.
2. Flaps ...................... Retract to 20.
3. Airspeed .......................... 80 KIAS.
4. Flaps. .................... Retract Slowly.
5. Cowl Flaps .......................... Open.
After Landing (Clear of Runway)
1. Wing Flaps ........................Retract.
2. Cowl Flaps .......................... Open.
3. Lights ........................ As Required.
4. Transponder ........... STBY & 1200.
5. Mixture ................................. Lean.
6. Pitot Heat ................................ Off.
Securing Aircraft
1. Parking Brake.......................... Set.
2. Throttle ................................... Idle.
3. Avionics Power & Electrical
Equipment ............................. Off.
4. Magnetos .........Check for Ground.
5. Mixture ....................... Idle Cut Off.
6. Ignition & Master Switch .......... Off.
7. Control/Avionics Lock .......... Install.
8. Parking Brake ........................ Off.
9. Cowl Flaps ....................... Closed.
10. Hobbs & Tach ..................Record.
11. Aircraft ........... Secured & Locked.

12. Flight Plan ........................ Closed.


V Speeds and Specs
X-Wind (Max Demod) ...... 20 Knots.
Vr Rotation Speed ............ 50 KIAS.
Vx Best Angle Climb......... 66 KIAS.
Vy Best Rate Climb .......... 84 KIAS.
Vso Stall w/ Flaps ............. 46 KIAS.
Vs1 Stall w/o Flaps ........... 55 KIAS.
Best Glide (3600 Lbs) ........ 75 KIAS.
Best Glide (3200 Lbs) ........ 70 KIAS.
Best Glide (2800 Lbs) ........ 65 KIAS.
Va Max Abrupt Ctrl (3600 Lbs) . 120
KIAS.
Va Max Abrupt Ctrl (2900 Lbs) . 106
KIAS.
VA Max Abrupt Ctrl (2200 Lbs) ... 93
KIAS.
Vno Max Structural Cruise.. ..... 149
KIAS.
Vne Never Exceed ......... 183 KIAS.
Vfe 10 Flaps .................. 140 KIAS.
Vfe 10-Full Flaps ........... 100 KIAS.
General...
EMERGENCY .................... 121.50
Unicom .......122.70-122.80-122.95
123.00-123.05.
Multicom ................ 122.90 (CTAF)
Flight Service ............ 122.20 (Most
Common) 122.10-122.60-123.60.
Flight Watch ....................... 122.00
Air to Air .....122.75-122.85-123.45.
Transponder Codes/Light Signals...
1200 ...................................... VFR.
7500 ................................ HIJACK.
7600 ..................... LOST COMMS.
7700 ...................... EMERGENCY.
Gross Weight Capacity .................
3600 (Takeoff) ...... 3600 (Landing).
Engine ....... Continental IO-520-F.
Max Power .....................300 BHP.
Fuel Type................. 100LL (Blue).
Fuel Capacity (Standard).... 88 Gal
Usable.
Oil Capacity .. 12 Qts (Minimum 9).
Electrical ....... 24-28 Volt / 60 Amp.
Tire PressureNose-49 PSI / Main-42
PSI.

This checklist is a guide to coordinate Pilot


Operating Handbook and STC data applicable
to this particular aircraft only. The applicable
Pilot
Operating
Handbook
and
STC
installations remain the official documentation
for this aircraft.
The pilot in command is responsible for
complying with all items in the Pilot Operating
Handbook and applicable STCs.
I certify this checklist has been reviewed for
accuracy.
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Wing Director of Maintenance
Dated: ___________________