Hi all in the afternoon today we are going to make a full flight from Gustavus airport to the Juneau airport, here in Alaska we will do it in baron 58 and the particularity that this flight has is that we are going to use the CIRCLE TO LAND procedure to land in Juneau that is, we are going to descend through the RNAV procedure and when we are at 2300 feet, which is what the chart says then we will start the CIRCLE TO LAND procedure to land on the runway runway 26 is runway 8 and 26 we will do the procedure by runway 8 to finally land on runway 26 and here, then we will take off using the instrumental departure that now when I fill the GPS I will show you how we are going to do it So, we entered the cabin we close doors we turn on batteries we will have mixture we go up a bit and turn on the first the pump left ok we are going to 1000 RPM, ok we do the same process with the right engine we turn on beacon and navigation lights we go down a little at 1000 RPM let's impoverish the mixture a bit we open cowl flaps listen to the effect of sound well, we continue and I think this is already here we turn off yaw damper standby Well, we fill out the flight plan departure procedure we select departure we take off on runway 29 this departure takes us to the VOR the next point after the VOR is NIMLE NIMLE, next point OGEME OGEME, and we finish in Juneau PAJN approach procedure we put it, we select approach we will use RNAV to runway 8, the V by vectors we load and we already have it the flight plan finish well, what else, let's put the VOR to guide us is 114

00 I put it into active and the NDB who is in the VOR IS 391 we see how the needle of the ADF moves Well, what else is missing, well Well, I explain the departure Gustavus We take off on runway 29 and he tells us that we ascend by turning left to be at, or above 3000 feet when we intercept the radial 297 of VOR but hey, when we take off we're going to connect the autopilot so the only thing we will worry about is the vertical speed that is, to be at 3000 feet at 3000 feet or higher in the radial 297 but the plane will do it automatically and I explain a little about the approach we will do the RNAV to the runway 8 by vectors and when we are at 2300 feet, , and we are precisely in the NDB we will start the circle to land the circle to land procedure which is quite simple and beautiful and tells us who the circle forbidden at night when the PAPIS are inoperative, it also does not apply neither for helicopters if there is reduced visibility well, let's go to the runway 29 to start the flight and I'll tell you about it what noise does it, thanks¡¡¡¡¡ I will tell you little by little, what we are doing we will take off with flaps 12 taxi lights we are ready parkin brake runway course 297 we activate the chronometer transponder well, we take a look landing lights,set,transponder,set flaps 12 cowl flaps open,take off gear up flaps 0 turn on autopilot the plane begins to make the instrumental departure and the only thing we have to make sure is that keep the ascend, to be at 3000 or more than 3000 when we intercept the radial 297 the airport looks very nice from here we make an external view Well, we are at 3000 feet, that means we have complied with what the chart says we lower the RPM a little you have to try that the fan that is between the two watches of the RPM, this as static as possible because that means that the two engines they are working at the same RPM we will ascend up to 6000 feet but since the trip is short, that cruise height is fine let's calculate the descent we will descend to 3400 feet to intercept there the the GS ,glidescop to RNAV we have to be at 3400 feet at the point OGEME We will descend to about 1500 feet per minute approximately with the data entered tells us that approximately in 5 minutes start the descent the frequency of the Juneau NDB is 212, we put it above all to have the reference at the time of making the circle although you have to make it visual It never hurts to have the reference of the NDB as soon as the plane finishes the turn under the power and we started the descent you already see the runway and we have GS The thing is that in a short time we will begin the descent remember, we will descent to 2300 feet and about the NDB which is exactly on the island that is in front of the airport we will start the landing lights we will start the the circle to land maneuver although from here you can not see, the NDB station is on the island and there we should be at 2300 feet to start the final descent and do the mainobra of circle to land we will wait to get there that is, first stop at 2300 feet, and when we get there we started the maneuver as in this position we do not have to see the island to guide us visually, we must be aware here in the GPS of the NDB if we expand the view a little we see the NDB there, and when we are there we removed the autopilot and started the maneuver we are already on the NDB, so, we remove the autopilot and we started the maneuver that consists of flying parallel to the runway we turn off flight director parallel to the runway, avoiding, of course, the mountain and always keep visual visual relationship with the head of the runway 26 that is where we are going to land and when the top of the window arrives with the runway is that we started to make the turn we should never lose the tip of the header of sight

Now when we get there I'll explain it better I love the sound effect of the gears when they hit the air, I love and vice versa, when the gears up encourage me to make this video and this maneuver from the circle to land to the runway 26 because I saw a video of a 737 doing this same maneuver try to do it with the 737 but it is very difficult to make an IFR flight here in Alaska because there are very few wayponts and in the end I decided on the baron but maybe if I cheer up, just make the circle to land that is, only the landing with the 737 that is impressive, such a big plane I can do this maneuver in such a short space it is important from time to time to take a look at the head of the runway we must not lose sight of the runway and in this case, the mountain either descending slowly, but always looking at the head of the runway is what he said when the head of the runway is on the edge of the window, that is, between the wing and the window as if we were to lose sight of it is that we started the turn now we start the turn $%··"%"!"$/&"·%"·! start the turn there we have the header of the runway I feel that I'm going to stay a little low so, we increase the power a little when I align well, yes, I'm staying a little low but well, as everyone knows, if we stay low simply with adding a little more power not much, just a little as now, we are already entering the path well, we have arrived to see how interesting is the circle to land maneuver I really like doing it and so I do not get bored of always doing the same trips the same flights every now and then I do these things and so I have a little fun let's let the plane run a little and we enter the taxiway a little later we enter here we close cowl flaps turn off landin lights and strobes turn on taxi lights stop chronometer transponder standby flaps up,so we make taxi Where do we park? I think it's better to the right although it is area is loading and unloading I do not think that in real life you can park there But as we are alone, and so we see the scenario from Alaska that is very beautiful so ok, now if we have arrived As soon as I finish turning off the plane, I tell them I hope you liked the video that they have found interesting and that they have learned something and as I always say, if you have any doubt or some question You can leave it in the comments of this video I say goodbye and I hope to see you in a next video so, greetings! Chao¡¡¡