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Weather Minimums - Visual Flight Rules

Airplane min weather VFR

Day
Night (non-mountain)
Night (mountain)

A. Day - 1000’ ceiling
B. Night (non-mountain) 1500’ and 3 mile visibility. Ability to maintain 1000’ AGL
C. Night (mountain) 3000’ and 3 mile visibility. Ability to maintain 2000’ AGL

2

Weather Minimums - Visual Flight Rules

Helicopter min weather VFR

Day
Night (non-mountain)
Night (mountain)

A. Day - 500’ ceiling and 1/2 mile
B. Night (nonmountain) 1000’ and 1 mile visibility.
C. Night (mountain) 1500’ and 3 mile visibility. Ability to maintain 1000’ AGL

3

Instrument Flight Rules

Airplane - Departures

Departing Runway with centerline markings, centerline lighting and runway visual range (RVR)

Departing Runway without centerline markings, centerline lighting and runway visual range (RVR)

1600’ RVR minimum

1/2 mile minimum

4

Instrument Flight Rules

Airplane - Approaches

Conducted at airports with _____ approved and _______ instrument approach procedures. All landings occurring at the completion of an instrument approach shall be in compliance with ____

FAA
published
FAR 91.175(d)

5

All aircraft regardless of ________ shall maintain an altitude that, should a ___________ fail, permits an emergency __________ without undue hazard to persons or property on the ground.

Location
Power unit
Landing

6

Helicopters must maintain appropriate ____ clearances and maintain an altitude of at least _____ feet AGL during daylight and ______ feet AGL during darkness

Cloud
500
700

7

Airplane must maintain appropriate cloud clearances and the following:

Over congested areas

Over uncongested areas

Congested - altitude of at least 1000’ above highest obstacle within 2000 feet radius

Uncongested - 500’ AGL during daylight and 1000’ during darkness

8

Night Visual flight rules operations:

Pilots must meet _______ instruments currency requirements

Ceiling, visibility, and surface or celestial lighting shall be sufficient, so that visual reference to the _______ can be maintained.

No pilot may operate in mountains without ____ endorsement.

FAR 61.57(c)

Horizon

NVG

9

Helicopter Take offs:

In order to land at any site other than a lighted airport or helipad, the helo must be equipped with an ________ _________ and an ________ _________ ________ or sufficient surface lighting must exist to permit helicopter operations in the event its searchlight become _________.

Search light

Alternate landing light

Inoperable

10

Fuel requirements of FAR ______ and _____ as appropriate must be met. Additionally, helicopters flights shall be terminated at least ____ mins prior to fuel exhaustion. Airplanes during the day shall terminate at least _____ mins prior and ______ mins at night prior to fuel exhaustion.

FAR 91.151 and 91.167
20
30
45

11

Off-site landings/departures

Off-site landings/departures ____ be done in compliance with sections _____ (a) and (b) of the Public Utilities Code and applicable FARs

Except during _______, off-site landings and departures _____ be limited to situations where there are no other reasonable alternatives available.

The crew ____ conduct a thorough ____ and ___ reconnaissance of all potential hazards.

The minimum following items shall be considered: SBATT and ASBATT for helo.

Shall, 21403

Training/evaluation shall

Shall high and low
A-amperage
S -size,surface,slope,security
B -barriers
A-approach
T-touchdown
T-takeoff

12

A/C deployment priorities (7)

1. Emergency Response (8)
2. Homeland Security missions directed by Office of ________
3. Patrol ______ _______ in support of areas
4. Enforcement of _____ ______ ______
5. Enforcement of _______
6. Special events
7. Transportation

1. Advanced life support/basic life support patient care
2. Officer assistance and backup
3. Emergency incidents
4. Pursuits
5. Civil disturbance
6. Search and rescues
7. Blood/organs
8. Other emergencies

Commissioner
Rural Roadways
Other than speed
Speed

13

Class A airspace is _________ to ___________ MSL

18000-60000

14

Class B airspace up to ________’ AGL

10,000

15

Class C airspace up to ________’ AGL

4000

16

Class D airspace up to ________’ AGL

2500’

17

Class G airspace up to ________’ AGL in LA BASIN

700

18

Class G airspace up to ________’ AGL in IE

1200’ AGL

19

What is our discrete transponder code?

4203

20

If you have an emergency in the cockpit what transponder code do you use, additionally what is the Emergency Frequency channel?

7700/121.5

21

If all your radios become inoperable in the aircraft, what transponder code do you put in?

7600

22

What type of fuel does the airplane use?

AVGAS

23

What type of fuel does the helicopter use?

Jet-A

24

How many pounds of fuel does H-62 burn per hour?

200 pounds per hour

25

List the A.L.S.E. You need to have on your person at all times when you are wearing your flight suit?

Blanket, matches, signal mirror, leatherman

26

Briefly explain the CHP 428 form

Non-Departmental personnel required to sign prior to a fly-along.

27

What does the Unit SOP say about flying into Mexico?

Stay within 5 miles of the US border, no refueling in Mexico, contact US Customs back in the US at either Brown Field or Calexico or Yuma.

28

By policy are we authorized to fly in the Airplane or Helicopter over to Catalina Island?

Yes, need to have Heed vest on and stay in sight of land.

29

A pre-flight passenger briefing shall, at a minimum, include the following:

Fire Extinguisher location, emergency exits, seatbelt operation, air sick bag, first aid kit, and other safety conditions.

30

What is the CHP 93N form

Weight and Balance for aircraft