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On the go, but still in the loop! E-Books allow you to train anywhere, even on the road. As a professional instructor, Doug teaches over 190 Initial and recurrent King Air 200 students a year. He sees the same areas misunderstood repeatedly. Unfortunately, he could not find a comprehensive King Air training manual that would meet his students needs, so he wrote his own.

He set out to write the best King Air 200 Training manual available. Simple, concise and written for a pilot’s perspective, this book makes learning the King Air 200 systems a breeze, no matter where you are.

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E-Book Training manuals

On the go, but still in the loop! E-Books allow you to train anywhere, even on the road. As a professional instructor, Doug teaches over 190 Initial and recurrent King Air 200 students a year. He sees the same areas misunderstood repeatedly. Unfortunately, he could not find a comprehensive King Air training manual that would meet his students needs, so he wrote his own.

He set out to write the best King Air 200 Training manual available. Simple, concise and written for a pilot’s perspective, this book makes learning the King Air 200 systems a breeze, no matter where you are.

*You Will Receive 1 Download

*By purchasing you agree to the Terms & Conditions

About This Book

It's A Systems Review Guide.

As an A&P mechanic, I know the King Air 200 systems. But as a professional pilot and instructor, I know how to explain each system in enough detail to give you complete working knowledge of the airplane without superfluous information. I teach you what you need to know in a concise, easy to read format. A quiz at the end of each chapter re-enforces your system knowledge.

It's a Power Settings Guide.

These aren’t some power settings I’ve pulled out of a book. I actually use these every day teaching pilots how to fly the 200.

It Has Profiles and Flows.

I’ve included profiles for every maneuver and cockpit flows that make setting the cockpit up for flight easy and intuitive.

It's an Emergency Review Guide.

Every Emergency and abnormal checklist is at your finger tips. This allows you to study the procedures before you need them.

An Expanded Checklist Guide.

I’ve included those hard to find preflight system checklists. I take you step by step through the Auto-feather test, the rudder boost check, pressurization test, and more.

It's a Practical Tip Guide.

I’ve included dozens of useful tips to make flying the King Air 200 easier and more economical.

It's a Workbook.

This book has over 120 questions and answers that help you retain the information.

Doug Carmody with over 30,000 hours of flight time, owning SafePilot Publishing, Executive Flight Training, and Executive Jet Traning. Doug has a passion for sharing his year of knowledge with the community and is the author of 15 aviation related books, numerous magazine articles, and computer-based training modules. He is licensed in Single and Multi-engine airplanes as an ATP, CFI, CFII-MEI. His type ratings include Airbus A319/320/321, Beechcraft BE-300, Boeing 767/757/737, DC-9, Fokker F100/F28, EMB-110, CE500, CE510, CE560XL, and the CE525.

About The Author

Doug Carmody

About This Book

It's A Systems Review Guide.

As an A&P mechanic, I know the King Air 200 systems. But as a professional pilot and instructor, I know how to explain each system in enough detail to give you complete working knowledge of the airplane without superfluous information. I teach you what you need to know in a concise, easy to read format. A quiz at the end of each chapter re-enforces your system knowledge.

It's a Power Settings Guide.

These aren’t some power settings I’ve pulled out of a book. I actually use these every day teaching pilots how to fly the 200.

It Has Profiles and Flows.

I’ve included profiles for every maneuver and cockpit flows that make setting the cockpit up for flight easy and intuitive.

It's an Emergency Review Guide.

Every Emergency and abnormal checklist is at your finger tips. This allows you to study the procedures before you need them.

An Expanded Checklist Guide.

I’ve included those hard to find preflight system checklists. I take you step by step through the Auto-feather test, the rudder boost check, pressurization test, and more.

It's a Practical Tip Guide.

I’ve included dozens of useful tips to make flying the King Air 200 easier and more economical.

It's a Workbook.

This book has over 120 questions and answers that help you retain the information.

About The Author

Doug Carmody

Doug Carmody with over 30,000 hours of flight time, owning SafePilot Publishing, Executive Flight Training, and Executive Jet Traning. Doug has a passion for sharing his year of knowledge with the community and is the author of 15 aviation related books, numerous magazine articles, and computer-based training modules. He is licensed in Single and Multi-engine airplanes as an ATP, CFI, CFII-MEI. His type ratings include Airbus A319/320/321, Beechcraft BE-300, Boeing 767/757/737, DC-9, Fokker F100/F28, EMB-110, CE500, CE510, CE560XL, and the CE525.

What’s inside

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Airplane General

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Electrical System

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Annunciator System

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Fuel System

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Engine System

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Landing Gear, Tire & Brake System

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Pneumatic & Vacuum System

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Anti-Ice System

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Flight Controls

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Plus More...

CHAPTER 1 AIRPLANE –GENERAL

INTRODUCTION
TO THE KING AIR 200 & B200

The King Air 200 workbook describes the airframe, engines, and systems of the King Air 200 and B200. It is a compilation of operating information, tips, and techniques that I have gathered over the past 20 years as a King Air pilot and instructor. It is an excellent refresher program but it is intended for training purposes only and is not a substitute for the POH. The Pilot’s Operating Handbook shall take priority over anything written here.

1) Locate and Describe:

-Entry Door/Emergency Exit
-Avionics Area
-Fuselage
-Lights
-Baggage Area
-Cabin Section
-Wing Section


GENERAL

The King Air 200 is a high performance, all-metal, low wing aircraft that has been in continuous production since 1974. Originally introduced as the Super King Air, the word “super” was dropped in 1996 as a marketing decision. An updated and improved version of the airplane entered production in 1981 and became known as the B200. Approximately 3500 King Air 200’s are in service today with numerous variants, including cargo and military versions. The airplane is approved for day and night IFR and VFR flight operations and if properly equipped, it is capable of flight into known icing. It has fully cantilevered wings and a T-tail. By locating the horizontal stabilizer as high as possible; it stays out of the air disturbance created by the propellers. The advantages of this design are less airframe vibration, wider C.G. range, and fewer trim adjustments are necessary during airspeed or configuration changes. The fuselage is pressurized to the skin between fore and aft pressure bulkheads. The control cables, torque shafts, plumbing, and wiring connections that pass through pressure walls are installed with fitted seals or plug connectors that minimize air leakage. Like most modern turboprops, the King Air 200 fuselage is of semimonocoque construction and is fabricated utilizing aluminum frames, bulk¬heads, and keels that are reinforced by longerons and stringers. It is powered by two 850 SHP Pratt & Whitney turboprop engines. The 200 is equipped with two PT6A-41 engines while the B200 utilizes the PT6A-42. The -42 engine is also rated at 850 hp but has internal improvements that result in greater engine performance over a wider range of temperatures and altitudes. The engines incorporate a three-stage axial and a single-stage centrifugal compressor which is driven by a single-stage reaction turbine. The engine has proven to be extremely reliable. Unscheduled engine shutdowns occur approximately once every 300,000 hours. Depend- ing on the interior configuration, the airplane can accommodate up to 15 people, although the normal corporate configuration is 7-8 passengers.

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As a professional instructor, I teach over 190 Initial and recurrent King Air 200 students a year. Unfortunately, I could not find a comprehensive King Air training manual that would meet their needs.

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