# Flying The Embraer Brasilia (EMB-120)

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1 Flying The Embraer Brasilia (EMB-120) This section includes Pilot s Operating Handbook and Checklists. The POH section is first, followed by the Checklists. FOM: This section includes performance data on the Embraer Brasilia (EMB-120). Information consists of: 1. Critical Airspeeds 2. Operating NOTAMS 3. Fuel Loading Formula 1. Critical Airspeeds Taxi: Max. 25 Knots on straight taxiways Max. 15 Knots in turns Max. 10 Knots approaching gates/parking areas Takeoff: V1 - Decision Speed = 115 Knots Vr - Rotate Speed = 125 Knots Climb Rate: Climb Rate: Set to 1,800 ft./min. Climb Airspeed: Departure Altitude to 10,000 ft. - no greater than 250 KIAS Above 10,000 ft. - Fly Mach Number =.43 to.47 Mach Vne/Mmo - Never Exceed/Maximum Mach Number =.49 Cruise Airspeed: Mach.43 to.47 Descent Information: To calculate Top Of Descent point (the point at which you need to begin your descent to reach the desired altitude at the desired time): Use 5 miles per minute (at Mach.41 in descent) as the basis. If you are cruising at 25,000 ft. and wish to descend to 5,000 ft. at the next waypoint, at a descent rate of 1,800 ft./min., you need to figure the time to descend 20,000 ft. (25,000-5,000). Divide 20,000 ft. by 1,800 ft./min. and you will get minutes. At 5 miles per minute, you need to begin your descent at 55.6 miles from the next waypoint (11.12 minutes multiplied by 5 miles per minute). This is a No Wind calculation. If you have a tailwind, the miles per minute will be greater; if you have a headwind, the miles per minute will be lower. Descend with throttles at idle at initial descent. Increase throttles to hold descent airspeed of Mach.41. Set descent rate to 1,800 ft./min NOTAM: Set descent rate to 1,500 ft./min. or less when you are within 2,000 ft. of your desired altitude. This Embraer Brasilia (EMB-120) will descend below the assigned altitude if the descent rate is set higher than 1,500 ft./min. During turns, while descending, the EMB-120 can descend below the assigned altitude. To correct,

3 194.4 gallons in the appropriate box. NOTAM: Be sure that you load this figure in the gallons box, not the percent box. Checklists: Pre-Flight: Select departure airport and position aircraft at gate (use slew mode - press Y to enter and Y to exit slew mode). Engines off (engines are on when MSFS starts - press Ctrl.-Shift-F1 to shut engines down) Set airspeed indicator to read Indicated Airspeed (Options, Preferences, Display, Instrument - ensure mark in box next to indicated airspeed - if none, click to tell MSFS to display indicated airspeed) Flight plan completed Fuel Load computed and loaded Departure procedures reviewed and charts/documents at hand Weather for flight set (if you set your weather to other than the default weather provided my MSFS) Pre-Engine Start: Parking Brake Set Waypoints loaded into FMS (Flight Management System) Nav Radios Set Com Radios Set Copy ATIS Engine Start: Parking Brake Set Props/Engine Area Clear Throttle Set to Idle Start Fuel Flow (Crtl-Shift-F4) Start Engines (press J, +, 1 then J, +, 2 ) Check Engine Operating Normally Pre-Taxi: Flaps 8 Push Back (Enter slew mode to simulate push back - press Y to enter slew mode, apply slight back pressure to stick/yoke to push back from gate, once pushed back - exit slew mode - press Y ) Release Parking Brake (. ) Taxi to departure runway - set parking brake when holding short of departure runway Pre-Takeoff: Check parking brake set Check Set to Flaps 8 Check engine operating normally Taxi into position and hold Takeoff: Release Parking Brake

4 Set power to maximum thrust (full throttle) V1 = 115 Knots (Decision Speed) Vr = 125 Knots (Rotate Speed) Initial climb at 15 BA (Body Angle) Positive Rate Of Climb - Gear Up Retract Flaps at 150 KIAS (Knots Indicated Airspeed) Post Takeoff: Check gear up Check flaps up Throttle set to hold airspeed at 250 KIAS or below Climb: Rate of Climb - 1,800 ft./min. Airspeed KIAS under 10,000 ft. Mach above 10,000 ft. Increase throttle as needed to hold published climb airspeed Cruise: Airspeed Mach.43 to.47 Vne/Mmo - Mach.49 (Never Exceed/Maximum Mach Number) Ensure On Course Navigation Descent: Throttles Idle Cleared To Altitude Set (the altitude to which you will be descending) Increase power to hold Mach.41 for descent Pre-Approach Approach Plate Out Approach Brief (Brief yourself on the approach, how you plan to execute it, missed approach procedures, approach and landing configuration review - when to set flaps and lower gear, altitude at approach fixes and any other relevant information to ensure full understanding of approach) ILS Freq. Set (Once turned/cleared for approach - do not set ILS freq. if you are still tracking an en-route or approach procedure NAV Aid) Approach: Fly published approach as briefed. Normal Approach Airspeed: KIAS Landing Configuration set at outer marker Gear Down Flaps Full EXECUTE MISSED APPROACH if you can not establish a stabilized approach or if you deviate significantly from

5 the ILS localizer and/or glideslope. Landing: Target Airspeed: 137 KIAS After touchdown: Engage reverse thrust (Numberpad 3 ) Apply Brakes Disengage Reverse Thrust at 30 Knots Exit Runway at 15 Knots or less Post Landing: Flaps Ups Taxi To Terminal/Ramp Parking: Parking Brake Set Flaps Up Spoilers Retracted Engines Off (Ctrl-Shift-F1) Log flight time in MSFS logbook or other record. Exit MSFS or set up for another flight.

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