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Challenger 350 FMS Performance Training

The Challenger 350 FMS Performance Training course presents performance pages, available on the FMS 6200.

Using the FMS for performance calculations provides an alternative to using the AFM and the QRH to determine takeoff V-speeds, takeoff field length, maximum takeoff and landing weights, VNAV profile, and arrival V-speeds.

The following FMS performance features are presented:

– Performance initialization

– VNAV setup

– Takeoff reference

– Approach reference

– Fuel management

After presenting the FMS performance pages and how to enter data, practical exercises and knowledge checks are provided to practice and reinforce the material presented.

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

– Use the FMS to determine takeoff and landing performance data

– Input required data to calculate FMS landing V-speeds

– Use the VNAV setup and fuel management pages

Outline

– Performance initialization

– VNAV setup

– Takeoff reference

– Approach reference

– Fuel management

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