Cessna 152 Emergency Checklists

Engine failure during takeoff run
1) Throttle — IDLE
2) Brakes — APPLY
3) Wing Flaps — RETRACT
4) Mixture — IDLE CUTOFF
5) Ignition Switch — OFF
6) Master Switch — OFF
7) (Optional) Barrel roll dive out side window

Engine failure immediately after takeoff
1) Airspeed — 60 KIAS
2) Mixture — IDLE CUTOFF
3) Fuel Shutoff Valve — OFF
4) Ignition Switch — OFF
5) Wing Flaps — AS REQUIRED
6) Master Switch — OFF

Engine failure during flight
1) Airspeed — 60 KIAS
2) Carburator Heat — ON
3) Primer — IN AND LOCKED
4) Fuel Shutoff Valve — ON
5) Mixture — RICH
6) Ignition Switch — BOTH (or START if propeller is stopped)

Emergency landing without engine power
1) Airspeed — 65 KIAS (flaps up)
60 KIAS (flaps down)
2) Mixture — IDLE CUTOFF
3) Fuel Shutoff Valve — OFF
4) Ignition Switch — OFF
5) Wing Flaps — AS REQUIRED (30 deg. recommended)
6) Master Switch — OFF
7) Doors — UNLATCHED prior to touchdown
8) Touchdown — SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW

Precautionary landing with engine power
1) Airspeed — 60 KIAS
2) Wing Flaps — 20 DEGREES
3) Selected Field — FLY OVER, noting terrain and obstructions, then retract flaps upon reaching a safe altitude and airspeed.
4) Radio and Electrical Switches — OFF
5) Wing Flaps — 30 DEGREES on final approach
7) Master Switch — OFF
8) Doors — UNLATCHED prior to touchdown
9) Touchdown — SLIGHTLY TAIL LOW
10) Ignition Switch — OFF
11) Brakes — APPLY HEAVILY

1) Radio — TRANSMIT MAYDAY on 121.50 Mhz giving location and intentions
2) Heavy Objects In Baggage Area — SECURE or JETTISON
3) Approach — High Winds, Heavy Seas — INTO WIND
Light Winds, Heavy Swells — PARALLEL TO SWELLS
4) Wing Flaps — 30 DEGREES
5)Power — Establish 300ft/min descent at 55kias
6) Cabin Doors — Unlatch.
7) Touchdown — Level Attitude AT 300 FT/ MIN DESCENT.
8) Face — CUSHION at touchdown with folded coat.
9) Airplane — Evacuate through cabin doors.If nessesary, open windows and flood cabin to equalize pressure so doors can be opened.
10) Life Vests and Raft — Inflate

Fires – During Start on Ground
1) Cranking — Continue, to get a start which would suck out the flames and accumulated fuel though the carburetor and into the engine.
If engine starts:
2) Power — 1700rpm for a few minutes.
3) Engine shutdown and inspect for damage
If engine fails to Start:
4) Cranking — Continue in an effort to ontain a start.
5) Fire Extinguisher — OBTAIN(have ground attendants obtain if not installed).
6) Engine — Secure.
a. Master Switch — off.
b. Ignition Switch — off.
c. Fuel Shutoff Valve — off.
7) Fire — Extinuish using fire extinguisher, wool blanket, or dirt.
8) Fire Damage — INSPECT, repair damage or replace damaged components or wiring before conducting another flight.

Engine Fire In Flight
1) Mixture — Idle cut-off.
2) Fuel shutoff valve — off.
3) Master Switch — off.
4) Cabin heat and air — off (except wing root vents).
5) Airspeed — 80 KIAS(If fire not extinguished, increase glide speed to find which will provide an incumbustable mixture).
6)Forced Landing — EXECUTE(as described in emergency landing without power).

Electrical Fire In Flight
1) Master Switch — off.
2)All other switches — off.
3) Vents/ cabin air/ heat — Closed.
4) Fire Extinguisher — Activate (If Available)

WARNING – After Extinguishing within the closed cabin, ventilate the cabin.
5)Master Switch — On.
6) Circuit Breakers — Check for fualty cicuit, do not reset.
7. Radio/Electrical Switches — On one at a time, with delay after each until short circuitis localized.
8)Vents/ Cabin Air/ Heat — OPEN when it is ascertained that fire is completely extinguished.

Cabin Fire
1) MasterSwitch — off
2)Vents/Cabin Air/Heat — CLOSED (to avoid drafts)
3) Fire Extinguisher — Activate(if available)

Wing Fire
1) Navigation Light Switch — OFF.
2) Strobe Lights — OFF.
3) Pitot Heat SWitch (if installed) — OFF.

Note – Perform a side slip to keep the flames away from the fuel tank and cabin, and land as soon as possible, while flaps retracted.

Icing- Inadvertent Icing Encounter
1) Turn pitot heat switch ON (if installed).
2)Turn back or change altitude to obtain an outside air temperature that is less conductive to icing.
3) Pull cabin heat control full out to obtain maximuim defroster air temperature. For greater air flow at reduced temperatures, adjust the cabin air control as required.
4)Open the throttle to increase engine speed and minimize ice build up on propeller blades.
5) Watch for signs of carburetor air filter ice and apply heat as required.An unexpected loss of engine speed could be caused by carburetor ice or air intake filter ice. Lean the Mixture for maximuim RPM, if carburetor heat is used continuously.
6) Plan a landing at the nearest airport, With an extremely rapid ice build-up, select a suitable “off airport” landing site.
7) With an ice accumulation of 1/4 inch or more on the wing leading edges, be prepared for significantly higher stall speed.
8) Leave wing flaps retracted. With a severe ice build-up on the horizontal tail, the change in the wing wake airflow direction caused by wing flap extension could result in a loss of elevator effectiveness.
9) Open left window and, if practical, scrape ice from a portion of the windsheild for visibility in the landing approach.
10) Perform a landing approach using a forward slip, if necessary, for improved visibility.
11) Approach at 65-75 KIAS depending upon the amount of ice accumulation.
12) Perform a landing in level attitude.

Landing With a Flat Main Tire
1) Wing Flaps — AS DESIRED
2) Approach — NORMAL
3) Touchdown — GOOD TIRE FIRST, hold airplane off flat tire as long as possible with aileron control.

Electrical Power Supply System Malfunctions
1) Master Switch — OFF (both sides)
2) Master Switch — ON
3) Over-Voltage Light — OFF

If over-voltage light illuminates again:

4) Flight — TERMINATE as soon as practical.

Ammeter Shows Discharge
1) Alternator — OFF
2) Nonessential Electrical Equipment — OFF
3) Flight — TERMINATE as soon as practical.

AIRSPEED: Engine Failure After Takeoff

AIRSPEED: Maneuvering Speed
1670lbs: 104 KIAS
1500lbs: 98 KIAS
1350lbs: 93 KIAS

AIRSPEED: Maximum Glide

AIRSPEED: Precautionary Landing With Engine Power

AIRSPEED: Landing Without Engine Power
Wing Flaps Up: 65 KIAS
Wing Flaps Down: 60 KIAS

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