Honolulu Class B X-C
For the licensed pilot...
X-C flight operations and planning, as well as student familiarization with some of the unique challenges of flying in Honolulu Class B airspace. Operations within a large complex multiple runway environment.
Crosswind and short field operations utilizing Angle of Attack indicator on short field.
1. Flight conditions permitting the first leg of the cross-country the student will perform a touch-and-go at Kalauapapa, Molokai (PHLU)
Emphasis will be placed on proper pattern entry with wind correction as well as establishing a stabilized approach using Angle of Attack. Student will perform a proper touchdown with the longitudinal axis of the aircraft aligned with the direction of travel and runway centerline.
2. Navigation and communication with Approach Control and proper local communication procedures for entering Class B airspace.
3. Proper briefing and understanding of runway operations unique to Honolulu (see videos) including LAHSO (Land and Hold Short Operations).
A flight training certificate or sticker for your logbook, signed by your instructor will be presented to you upon completion.
Student will demonstrate proficiency in cross-wind takeoff and landings.
Student will demonstrate the ability to safely operate within the HNL airspace including familiarization with local procedures.
Student will demonstrate a high degree of awareness of runway incursion risks as well as parallel runway operations.
Student will demonstrate proper use of Angle of Attack indicator as an additional tool for maintaining positive control during low speed phases of flight.