Flight Training Lesson 16
1.5 Hours Dual; Pre/Post Flight Discussion 0.75 Hours
by Philip Greenspun and Kasim Te; revised January 2008
Developed for students at East Coast Aero Club which operated under FAR Part 141 from July 2008 through July 2010.
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During this lesson, the student will increase proficiency by review
and practice of those procedures listed.
- VOR or GPS approach
- Localizer approach (back course if available conveniently)
- missed approach and holding
- ILS approach
- request squawk code for practice approaches from ground controller
- Depart BED to the NW and ask for vectors GPS 23
- on the missed, request vectors LOC 29 or 11
- fly the published missed and hold
- request vectors ILS full stop
- FAA Rotorcraft Flying Handbook
- FAA Instrument Flying Handbook
- Robinson R22/R44 IFR Trainer
- R22/R44 P.O.H.
During the ILS approaches, the student should demonstrate accurate
localizer interception and tracking, and make a transition to the
glide slope at the correct point. The glide slope and localizer
should be maintained with less than full-scale needle deflection.
During the non-precision approaches the student should maintain an
altitude within 200 feet on the initial and intermediate approach
segments. On the final approach segment, the student should maintain
an altitude within 100 feet above the MDA.
Instructor's Evaluation and Recommendations:
Flight Training Record, Lesson 16
Any deviations from the completion standards should be noted in previous section.
After completing a maneuver listed under Introduction, place a check mark next to that maneuver.
Assign grades of Above Standard, Meets Standard, or Below Standard to maneuvers listed under Review.
- Student Name:
- Instructor Name/CFI#/expiration:
- Date of Lesson:
- Aircraft Type/Registration:
- Route of Flight:
- Number of Landings:
- Hours Dual/Solo:
- Hours Cross-Country:
- Hours Night:
- Hours Simulated Instrument: