A Good Pilot is Always Learning

PTS CFI CFII (2) (2)

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109 FAA-S-8081-6D 2. Procedures for appropriate cockpit activities during taxiing including taxi route planning, briefing the location of hot spots, (can be found in AFD) communicating and coordinating with ATC. 3. Procedures for steering, maneuvering, maintaining taxiway, runway position, and situational awareness. 4. The relevance/importance of hold lines. 5. Procedures for ensuring the pilot maintains strict focus to the movement of the aircraft and ATC communications, including the elimination of all distractive activities (i.e. cell phone, texting, conversations with passengers) during aircraft taxi, takeoff and climb out to cruise altitude. 6. Procedures for holding the pilot's workload to a minimum during taxi operations. 7. Taxi operation planning procedures, such as recording taxi instructions, reading back taxi clearances, and reviewing taxi routes on the airport diagram, 8. Procedures for ensuring that clearance or instructions that are actually received are adhered to rather than the ones expected to be received. 9. Procedures for maintaining/enhancing situational awareness when conducting taxi operations in relation to other aircraft operations in the vicinity as well as to other vehicles moving on the airport. 10. Procedures for briefing if a landing rollout to a taxiway exit will place the pilot in close proximity to another runway which can result in a runway incursion. 11. Appropriate after landing/taxi procedures in the event the aircraft is on a taxiway that is between parallel runways. 12. Specific procedures for operations at an airport with an operating air traffic control tower, with emphasis on ATC communications and runway entry/crossing authorizations. 13. ATC communications and pilot actions before takeoff, before landing, and after landing at towered and non- towered airports. 14. Procedures unique to night operations. 15. Operations at non-towered airports. 16. Use of aircraft exterior lighting. 17. Low visibility operations. Task C: Visual Scanning and Collision Avoidance References: AC 90-48, AIM; FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-H-8083-25. Objective: To determine that the applicant exhibits instructional knowledge of the elements of visual scanning and collision avoidance by describing: 1. Relationship between a pilot's physical condition and vision.

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