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Old 01-27-2019, 05:09 PM   #1  
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Gday guys,


I am keen to get studying as much tech and systems as I can for my upcoming class.


Can anyone help me with a pdf copy of the FM for the CRJ-200?


Sincerely,


John
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Yea, that’s company sensitive info and shouldn’t be passed around.
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Gday guys,


I am keen to get studying as much tech and systems as I can for my upcoming class.


Can anyone help me with a pdf copy of the FM for the CRJ-200?


Sincerely,


John
Study what they give you when they give it to you. You’ll get yourself into the weeds really quick trying to study the bombardier manual before you even show up to class.
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Not going to say where but it is possible to buy the training manual (that's from the manufacturer), but like it was mentioned...bad idea.. You don't want to learn something you're not supposed to.

Theres like two (three?) binders that are essentially $300 each.
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Like others have said, good intentions, not so good application.

Just learn what the company wants you to know, and how they want it taught, and you’ll fine.

The company over years of operations has refined what you need to know to make you an effective element of operations.

The FCOM goes into way to much detail and is really more of an engineering doc than crew manual.

Admire your enthusiasm, but throttle down some, wait for class.
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What they all said. If you want to get your hands on something, get the memory items. Best training advice I can give is to learn ONLY what tell you to learn, and learn it when they tell you. Once you’re on the line you can memorize the FCOM and find out what’s exactly on AC essential bus 1. One of the quickest ways to have a miserable training experience is to try to color outside the lines.
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Ya. Your better off learning memory items and ask a friend that works there to teach you at callouts/actions for a ILS And missed approach procedure... (your sim instructor will thank him)
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Yea, that’s company sensitive info and shouldn’t be passed around.
Yes, it would be a violation of federal law for anyone to provide SSI to someone who is not employed yet.
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I am going to disagree somewhat.
A good pilot should ALWAYS be learning.
As pointed out you will not get the specific SkyWest material beforehand.
Emergency memory items and limitations are fine, but understand that they may be slightly different in wording unless you have the specific SkyWest procedures.
Systems are systems. A SkyWest CRJ-200 is no different from an ExpressJet CRJ-200. Well, in some cases it was an ExpressJet CRJ-200 (couldn't resist). So if you Google some of the CRJ-200 systems such as hydraulics, engines, flight controls, pressurization, etc that would help.
Also, if you have a copy of "Everything Explained for the Professional Plot", study that. Understand alternate requirements, etc.
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I am going to disagree somewhat.
A good pilot should ALWAYS be learning.
As pointed out you will not get the specific SkyWest material beforehand.
Emergency memory items and limitations are fine, but understand that they may be slightly different in wording unless you have the specific SkyWest procedures.
Systems are systems. A SkyWest CRJ-200 is no different from an ExpressJet CRJ-200. Well, in some cases it was an ExpressJet CRJ-200 (couldn't resist). So if you Google some of the CRJ-200 systems such as hydraulics, engines, flight controls, pressurization, etc that would help.
Also, if you have a copy of "Everything Explained for the Professional Plot", study that. Understand alternate requirements, etc.
So you went to Skypest and not Kalitta?
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