|Obtain a weather briefing from LMFSWeb and 1-800-WXBRIEF for the local area.
Complete all portions of the Preflight Briefing Sheet.
Preflight the airplane using your checklist.
|Topic||Be able to answer:||Resources to study:|
|Aerodynamics||Performance Takeoffs and Landings
||Review AFH Chapter 5 Takeoffs and Departure Climbs and AFH Chapter 8 Approaches and Landings|
|Systems||Landing Gear and Brakes
||Study Chapter 7 – Systems and Chapter 8 – Servicing in your airplane’s POH/AFM|
||Study PHAK Chapter 15 Airspace
For information on Special VFR, see:
Practice using your airspace knowledge by picking two airports that are approximately 100 NM apart or more. Both airports should be in dense, complex airspace areas. Practice identifying the airspace, its VFR weather minimums, equipment, communication and certificate requirements. Remember that airspace is three dimensional and for every point on a chart, there are typically at least four airspace layers. Practice recalling when airspace changes from Class G to Class E by detecting shaded magenta and shaded blue airspace boundaries.
Be able to identify all Special Use Airspace (SUA) depicted on a chart. Be able to explain the significance, risks, and operating requirements for each type of SUA.
Study Airspace in your test prep course.
|Decision Making and Risk Mgmt||Review weather briefing and weight and balance for flight.
Use the PAVE checklist to identify risks associated with the flight.
|Maneuver Review||You will perform these maneuvers. Your instructor will provide feedback.
|Performance Takeoffs and Landing||Your instructor will demonstrate each of these takeoffs and landings. You will then practice these takeoffs and landings. Your instructor will provide feedback.