Methodical instructions for flying the aircraft AN-26

Table of Contents

1.     Crew cooperation
2.    Psychological preparation of the crew
3.    Flights in the zone
3.1. Flight in the zone
3.2. Flight in the zone in an extremely low level
3.3. Take the practical Summit altitude of the aircraft and control technology at extremely acceptable flight conditions
4.    Flight in the traffic pattern
4.1. Flight in the traffic pattern
4.2. Implementing the Convair start
4.3. Launch, flight and landing at the maximum permitted take-off weight
4.4. Take-offand landing on grass track or snowy runway and onto the runway with
        limited dimensions
5.    Flights with reduced friction coefficients
6.    Flights in icing
7.    Flights to System OSP with stopping an engine
8.    Flights to System OSP
9.    Training of crews to the reduced visibility minimum (RVR = 500m)
10.  Haul flight in the airway
11.   Crew cooperation with Pilotage
12.  Overcoming the enemy's air defense
13.  Use of the visor NKPB-7
14.  Dropping paratroopers and loads under difficult weather conditions
15.  Dropping paratroopers and loads under simple weather conditions
16.  Ejection of material means of 3-4m a day
17.  Dropping of life saving appliances
19.  Flight at extremely low altitude
20. Extremely low altitude flight in a day HWmin = 25m
21.  Methodological requirements of STKFK FO FMTFK to fly at extremely low
       altitude (original book of STKFA)
22. Search of distressed people and guide of rescue helicopters
23.  Search for air traffic control resources under difficult weather conditions and pre-routing of rescue teams
24.  Group flight
25.  Transport of troops and military hardware in the inventory of the flying chain
26.  Dropping of airborne units in the chain inventory
27.  Flights to establish radio contact with radio interference
28.  Flights using weapons of mass destruction by the enemy
29.  Flights with one eye covered
30.  Flights to restore the orientation
31. Flights on the highway section
32.  Measurement flights on instrument landing systems, navigation systems and secondary radar systems
33.  Compensate the compasses on aircraft An-26
34.  Check flights by plane An-26

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