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Some help with SOP's and Calls for the Sovereign

AOA

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Hi Everyone,

I was hoping to see if someone out there could provide me with their SOP's and calls for the Sovereign.

I'm really not looking to get company sensitive information just stuff related to the operation of the aircraft.

Our department is going to start looking and I'd like to short circuit the process for the training and integration.

Really appreciate the help,

P.M if required
Thanks again,
AOA
 

fischman

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V1. Rotate. V2.
 

o2bflyn

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the sim school where you did you type can supply you with that information.

I don't think he is that far in the process. Sounds like they are looking to acquire a Sovereign. He just wants to get ahead in the training....
 

brokeflyer

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ah i see.....well we cant give you any of our stuff because we're not allowed to distribute those documents.

Id still call whoever is going to do you training and they will get you a copy. If they think their sop's will sway you to coming to their school im sure they will sugar coat them as well.
 

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Call the FSI Wichita Cessna Learning Center at (316) 220-3200 and ask them for a study guide; I think they have them in .pdf (or at least they did for the CJ2+).
 

AOA

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Thanks O2B you're right.. We are expected to go in this direction and I just wanted to see what operators have made good changes to the base material that Flight Safety/Cessna creates.

Stuff like climb profiles, approach to landing profile, company call outs etc

Thanks to all for your help,
 

glasspilot

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Hi, can someone please tell me how to operate a large aircraft? I don't need to know how to takeoff or land, just fly. Thanks and may Allah be with you...
 

AOA

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LOL.. wow.. never ceases to amaze me the fear that goes on around this nonsense.. I'm just asking for some tips from other folks to ease the transition...

I suppose you must be a vocal supporter for the LASP ??? Don't worry the bogeymen are not around every corner..
 

o2bflyn

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Hi, can someone please tell me how to operate a large aircraft? I don't need to know how to takeoff or land, just fly. Thanks and may Allah be with you...

come on.....not the same thing. I don't think the 9/11 terrorists were concerned about callouts and SOPs.

Not very appropriate.
 

glasspilot

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No, I know. I was just making the point that it seems silly to me to come on an anonymous public forum and ask for procedures to fly any plane...from Cessna 150 to SR-71. They have training centers for that with ground and flight instructors. Those training centers have requirements to check out all applicants and confirm they are who they say they are.

More to the point, if you are not sure enough of your skills to show up at training and complete it then I guarantee coming on here and getting solicited stuff isn't going to help. In fact it'll probably just screw you up more than be of any help.

I guess that's what I was trying to say with my short little snippet.
 

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No, I know. I was just making the point that it seems silly to me to come on an anonymous public forum and ask for procedures to fly any plane...from Cessna 150 to SR-71. They have training centers for that with ground and flight instructors. Those training centers have requirements to check out all applicants and confirm they are who they say they are.

More to the point, if you are not sure enough of your skills to show up at training and complete it then I guarantee coming on here and getting solicited stuff isn't going to help. In fact it'll probably just screw you up more than be of any help.

I guess that's what I was trying to say with my short little snippet.

I can see your point.

I would am of the opinion that you can never have too much information. I would rather go into a class having some advanced paperwork rahter than not. I think we can all agree on that. I do see your point about soliciting it on a public forum from the standpoint you really don't know what you are going to get. In this case; however, someone offered up an internet link that suppplied exactly what the original poster needed. Free of charge.

I guess I can see both ends of the argument, but if it were me I would have at least tried the forum, just to see what information I could get and save the department a couple bucks.
 
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