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Release control yoke as applicable to aircraft type

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Release control yoke (as applicable to aircraft type). At V1. Call, “V1.” PNF calls, “V1.” Move right hand to control yoke. At VR. Call, “Rotate.” PNF calls, “Rotate.” Rotate aircraft to pitch attitude per AFM. AFTER TAKEOFF CHECK Task/Initiation Cue PF PNF Positive rate of climb. Call, “Positive rate.” PNF calls, “Positive rate.” Verify positive rate. Call, “Gear up.” Select gear up. Call, “Gear selected up.” At 400' AGL. Maintain pitch attitude per AFM. Monitor engine and flight instruments. Call, “400 feet.” PNF calls, “400 feet,” at final takeoff climb speed (400’ AGL minimum). Call, “Flaps up.” Confirm IAS not less than final takeoff climb speed. Select flaps 0°. Call, “Flaps selected up.” Monitor and call, “Flaps and gear indicate up.” PNF calls, “Flaps and gear indicate up.” Accelerate to normal (or ATC clearance) climb IAS. Above 3000' AGL. Call, “After Takeoff check.” Complete checklist. Call, “After Takeoff check complete.” NBAA Safety Best Practices
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Safety Best Practices Manual ALTITUDE VERIFICATION PROCEDURE The following procedures will normally be used regardless of which pilot is flying: PNF sets the altitude and points to the altitude alerter. PF points at the new altitude and verbally acknowledges it. If there is anything other than total agreement by both pilots during the verification process, ATC is to be contacted immediately to resolve the conflict. Always seek verification of any clearance you do not understand or is understood differently by any crewmember. NEVER resolve a clearance conflict issued by cockpit consensus alone. Do not leave an assigned altitude if there is any question about a newly assigned altitude until it has been verified with ATC. ALTITUDE CALLOUT PROCEDURE The PF will verbalize leaving the altitude 1,000 feet prior to an assigned altitude. The callout is to include the altitude vacating and the assigned altitude i.e. “Six thousand for seven thousand” or “Flight level three-zero-zero for two- niner-zero.” After the PF makes this call, the PNF will verify and validate the call by stating “check.” If the PF fails to make the call, the PNF shall initiate the call and the PF shall validate the call. 18,000 FOOT CLIMB CHECK   Task/Initiation Cue PF PNF At or above 18,000 MSL PF or PNF calls, “18,000” feet. Either PF or PNF call, “18,000 feet.” Either PF or PNF call, “18,000 feet.” PF or PNF calls, “18,000” feet. Call, “18,000 Foot Climb check.” Complete checklist. Call, “18,000 Foot Climb check complete.” NOTE: Both pilots set altimeters. PNF calls, “Altimeters set and cross-checked”. CRUISE CHECK   Task/Initiation Cue PF PNF Established at assigned cruise altitude. Either PF or PNF call, “Cruise check.” Either PF or PNF call, “Cruise check.” PF or PNF calls, “Cruise check.” Complete checklist.
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