FLY-1000 4 Engine Performance

Quick Facts


Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

Course is Part of this Program
Advanced Pilot & Crew Series

Course Length
1 Hour

Course Dates & Locations
Courses are online and can be started anytime.

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Our 4 Engine Performance course identifies critical issues that differ with from the standard two-engine model.  General aircraft performance definitions are discussed as well as a review of takeoff performance data such as brake energy limitations, head and crosswind components, required field length, climb limit, obstacle clearance limit, tire speed, V speeds and minimum control speeds.

Meets ICAO/FAA/EASA Regulatory Requirements
Compliance with IOSA Audits

Who Should Attend

Professionals working in the aviation industry can benefit from this knowledge including:

  • Experienced airline pilots and crew members
  • Dispatchers

Course Objectives

After completing this course you should be able to demonstrate a comprehensive and broad-based understanding of a 4 engine aircraft in the areas of:

  • Takeoff Requirements
  • Brake Energy Limits
  • Crosswind and Headwind Components
  • Takeoff Field Length
  • Takeoff Climb Limit
  • Obstacle Limit
  • Tire Speed Limit
  • Takeoff Speeds
  • Takeoff %N1
  • Stab Trim Settings
  • Climb, En-route, Descent Planning Charts
  • Long Range Cruise Maximum Operating Altitude
  • Holding Planning
  • Landing and Go-around Calculations
  • Climb Limited Weight for Landing
  • Emergency or Abnormal Performance Charts
  • Engine Inoperative
  • Two Engine Inoperative Max Continuous Thrust

Contact Us

Office of Professional Education, Worldwide Campus
1 Aerospace Boulevard
Daytona Beach, FL 32114-3900