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Pilot check Ride

Notes for VFR check ride

If a Beacon is on during the day IFR flying
VFR conditions 1000 3 sm
IFR conditions less than 1000, less than 3sm
Special VFR 1 mile
Marginal VFR 1000-3000,3-5
Class A airspace is from what to what? 18000-60000
Class B airspace need a transponder with mode C, 2 way radio, must be cleared
Class C must establish communication.
Class D must establish communication
Oxygen for 30 min starts at 12500
Oxygen must use at all times crew starts at 14000
Oxygen available to passengers starts at 15000
Docs for aircraft:A Air worthiness certificate
Docs for aircraft:R1 Registration
Docs for aircraft:R2 Radio operators Permit (international)
Docs for aircraft:O Pilots Operation hand book
Docs for aircraft:W Weight and balance info
Class A visibility requirments NONE
Class B visibility requirments 3 miles,stay clear of clouds
Class C visibility requirments 3 miles, 500 below, 1000 above, 2000 horizontal
Class D visibility requirments 3 miles, 500 below, 1000 above, 2000 horizontal
Class E less than 10000 visibility requirments 3 miles, 500 below, 1000 above, 2000 horizontal
Class E at or above than 10000 visibility requirments 5 miles, 1000 below, 1000 above, 1 mile horizontal
Class G Night visibility under 1200AGL 3m 5,1,2 rule
Class G day visibility under 1200AGL 1m clear of clouds
Class G under 1200 agl-10kmsl Day 1m 5,1,2 rule
Class G under 1200 agl-10kmsl night 3m 5,1,2 rule
Class G above 1200agl and above 10000msl 5m 1000 below, 1000 above, 1 mile horizontal
Air worthiness certification if at no maintenance airport, Operation list, if the pilot deems it save, special flight permit.
Inspections A1 AP notes
Inspections V Vor Check
Inspections I Inspection annual by mechanic
Inspections A2 Altimeter
Inspections T Transponder
Inspections E Elt emergency locator
Inspections S Static System (electricity
Is a diving spiral stalled? what kind of speed not stalled, a lot of speed
is a spin stalled? what kind of speed stalled, low speed
Recovering from diving spiral steps power off, opposite rudder, gently pull up
Recovering from spin opposite rudder, lower the nose, power off, pull nose up gently
Instrument and equipment requirment Atomatoflames Airspeed indicator
Instrument and equipment requirment aTomatoflames Tachometer (rpm)
Instrument and equipment requirment atOmatoflames Oil Pressure
Instrument and equipment requirment atoMatoflames Magnetic Compas
Instrument and equipment requirment atomAtoflames Anti Collision
Instrument and equipment requirment atomaToflames Temperature engine
Instrument and equipment requirment atomatOflames Oil Temperature
Instrument and equipment requirment atomatoFlames Fuel Gauge
Instrument and equipment requirment atomatofLames Landing gear position lights
Instrument and equipment requirment atomatoflAmes Altimeter
Instrument and equipment requirment atomatoflaMes Manifold Preassure
Instrument and equipment requirment atomatoflamEs Emergency Locator Transmiter
Instrument and equipment requirment atomatoflameS Seat Belts
Instrument and equipment requirment For Night time "Flaps" fueses
Instrument and equipment requirment For Night time "fLaps" Landing light
Instrument and equipment requirment For Night time "flAps" Anti Colision
Instrument and equipment requirment For Night time "flaPs" Position Lights
Instrument and equipment requirment For Night time "flapS" Source of electricity (battery)
What are the large dashed lines with degrees on them, and what are they for? Isogonic lines, difference between magnetic north and true north
Circle with an X Obscurred
What is a SIGMET Significant condition
Wilderness area how much over? 2000ft, not manditory
Created by: uratool2
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