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FALCON 20
RECURRENT TRAINING
MANUAL

FALCON 20
REVISION 5.01
The best safety device in any aircraft is a well-trained crew.
RECURRENT
TRAINING FlightSafety International, Inc.
MANUAL
Marine Air Terminal, LaGuardia Airport
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maximum under trim

Minimum trim size is 8.375 x 11.75, so keep live area at


least 0.125 (9 pts) from outer edges.
FOR TRAINING PURPOSES ONLY

NOTICE
The material contained in this training manual is based on infor-
mation obtained from the aircraft manufacturers Pilot Manuals
and Maintenance Manuals (FIELD CD). It is to be used for
familiarization and training purposes only.

At the time of printing it contained then-current information. In


the event of conflict between data provided herein and that in
publications issued by the manufacturer or the JAA/FAA, that of
the manufacturer or the JAA/FAA shall take precedence.

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Copyright 1988 by FlightSafety International, Inc.


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Dates of issue for original and changed pages are:

Revision ................... 0 .................................August 1987


Revision ................... 1 .................................February 1988
Revision ................... 2 .................................June 1989
Revision ................... 3 .................................August 1991
Revision ................... 4 .................................February 1997
Revision ................... 5 .................................May 1999
Revision .............. 5.01 .................................May 2012
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CONTENTS

Chapter 1 INTRODUCTION
Chapter 2 SYLLABUS
Chapter 3 EXPANDED CHECKLISTS
Chapter 4 MASTER WARNING SYSTEM
Chapter 5 LIMITATIONS AND SPECIFICATIONS
Chapter 6 SYSTEMS REVIEW
Chapter 7 FLIGHT PLANNING REVIEW
APPENDIX B ANNUNCIATORS
Figure B-1. Annunciators

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