GENERAL AVIATION AIRCRAFT DMMS & VREF CALCULATION CARD, AIRSPEED INDICATOR TAPE, PLACARD For Sale in New Hampshire United States

      For Sale$5.00
      Posted by April Anderson Updated 11/8/2022

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      Jump on the AQP (Advanced Qualification Program) bandwagon by labeling your Airspeed Indicator (ASI) with your aircraft's DMMS and VREF speeds. We designed these easy to use cards with your safety in mind. Simply fill the blanks and do the math. Then gently peel off the red and yellow pieces of tape and label your ASI. The remaining plastic credit card sized card, with double sided tape on the back, can then be placed wherever you want. We stuck ours to a blank spot near the ASI. AQP saves!

      Posted by April Anderson Updated 11/8/2022

      Jump on the AQP (Advanced Qualification Program) bandwagon by labeling your Airspeed Indicator (ASI) with your aircraft's DMMS and VREF speeds. We designed these easy to use cards with your safety in mind. Simply fill the blanks and do the math. Then gently peel off the red and yellow pieces of tape and label your ASI. The remaining plastic credit card sized card, with double sided tape on the back, can then be placed wherever you want. We stuck ours to a blank spot near the ASI. AQP saves!

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      • Status
        For Sale
      • Condition
        New
      • Make
        AQP Saves
      • Model
        DMMS/VREF Speed Calculator
      • Location
        New Hampshire United States

      Jump on the AQP (Advanced Qualification Program) bandwagon by labeling your Airspeed Indicator (ASI) with your aircraft's DMMS and VREF speeds.  

       

      We designed these easy to use cards with your safety in mind. Simply fill the blanks and do the math. Then gently peel off the red and yellow pieces of tape and label your ASI. The remaining plastic credit card sized card, with double sided tape on the back, can then be placed wherever you want. We stuck ours to a blank spot near the ASI.  

       

      What's DMMS? Defined Minimum Maneuvering Speed or VDMMS. Dan Gryder has determined that 1.404 x VS1 (stall speed at the bottom of the green arc) is a proven way of avoiding a low-level stall/spin when on climb-out, when in the circuit, when on final approach (until stabilised), when conducting a go-around, or when wanting to achieve best glide speed (in the event of an engine failure in a single-engine aircraft).

       

      What's VREF? It's a calculated reference speed for final approach. Or final approach speed. It's usually 1.3 times VSO or higher. In general aviation aircraft, it's the bottom of the white arc plus 30 percent.

       

      What's AQP? It's a philosophy of flight training adopted by airlines after finding many accidents were due to pilot error. Training is based on specific scenarios a pilot might encounter, rather than teaching maneuvers alone. There's now a big movement to apply this training to the general aviation community. As a student pilot, I fully support this effort. There's been a large upward spike in general aviation accidents, so educate yourself, talk to your instructor, and practice, practice, practice! Don't become a statistic or a "star" in one of Dan Gryders videos. There's lots of AQP info online. Now get to work!

       

      Note: Tape is removable/reusable blackboard tape and leaves no residue behind when peeled away. It will not damage the glass on your ASI. There's enough tape to label at least two ASIs, maybe three.  

       

      Blue skies!

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      Name: April Anderson
      Title: Owner
      Company: Rebel Metals LLC
      Website: rebelmetals.com

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