|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:|
|Practical Knowledge||Be prepared to respond to questions on these topics in the Private Pilot PTS.
Tab each section of the FAR/AIM where you locate knowledge needed to respond to questions in these PTS tasks.
Study Task C: Engine Starting in the PTS Explained guide.
Study Task C: Systems and Equipment Malfunctions in the PTS Explained guide.
Study Task D: Emergency Equipment and Survival Gear in the PTS Explained guide.
Study Task A: Night Preparation in the PTS Explained guide.
Study Intercept Procedures
Study AIM 7−6−1. Aviation Safety Reporting Program.
Cross Country Assignment
Bring these pre-planned assignments to this lesson (these are the same types of assignments that the examiner will ask you to bring to the practical test.)
|See Area of Operations I – Preflight Preparation, Task C: Weather Information, Task D: Cross-Country Flight Planning and Task F: Performance and Limitations for instructions.|
|Decision Making and Risk Mgmt||Review weather briefing, airplane performance and weight and balance for flight.
Use the PAVE checklist to identify risks associated with the flight.
|Operation||Expect to:||Prepare by:|
||The instructor will ask you to perform each maneuver listed below. The instructor will provide feedback and coaching to help you attain performance within the practical test standards.||Review the practical test standards and the Airplane Flying Handbook material for each of these maneuvers.|