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G Checklist is perfect for my aircraft. The page you are referencing is a revision made by someone who decided to use CAS for some reason.
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Post as a guest Name. Google returns this result for “Cessna v speeds”: CAS can be obtained using manufacturer tables. Every word is justified and every word is exact. Where in the world are you?
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Email Required, but never shown. Leaves Alot To Be Desired. Obviously the pitot tube angle changes between low and high speeds. Next are light gun signals and common frequencies.
The end of the white arc is also Vs0.
This correctly answers the question in the title, but the body of the post asks about the apparent discrepancy found in the POH: Sign up for our newsletter and stay updated on special offers.
Details In your question, you mention: If the Vs0 CAS were unknown, the pilot wouldn’t be able to correct it to include the effect of weight and balance changes.
It is all on one side of a hard plastic sheet. Data you actually use on each flight.
These tables defined for different drag devices status e. Checkmate is frequently told that this is the most useful, most complete, and most intelligent checklist in the industry.
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This may vary depending on where the aircraft was certified the POH is written for the appropriate certifying authority AND it also varies depending on the regulations Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered.
Your checklist will be specific to the aircraft model shown above. The yellow box in the corner gives useful information such as loads, fuel type and capacity, oil, electrical, and tire information. The V Speeds are in front of you at all times, not tucked away in a chart somewhere. The low end of the airspeed indicator white arc is 40 KIAS. That answers my question – thank you!