A Good Pilot is Always Learning

PTS CFI CFII (2) (2)

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FAA-S-8081-6D 112 7. Taxiing and orientation on an airport. 8. Takeoff and climb-out. 9. In-flight orientation. 10. Importance of verifying the airplane's attitude by reference to flight instruments. 11. Night emergency procedures. 12. Traffic patterns. 13. Approaches and landings with and without landing lights. 14. Go-arounds. Task I: High Altitude Operations References: 14 CFR part 91, AC 61-107, AIM; FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-S-8081-12; POH/AFM. Objective: To determine that the applicant exhibits instructional knowledge of the elements of high altitude operations by describing: 1. Regulatory requirements for use of oxygen. 2. Physiological hazards associated with high altitude operations. 3. Characteristics of a pressurized airplane and various types of supplemental oxygen systems. 4. Importance of "aviator's breathing oxygen." 5. Care and storage of high-pressure oxygen bottles. 6. Problems associated with rapid decompression and corresponding solutions. Task J: 14 CFR and Publications References: 14 CFR parts 1, 61, 91; AIM, NTSB part 830, FAA-H-8083-25, POH/AFM. Objective: To determine that the applicant exhibits instructional knowledge of the elements related to the Code of Federal Regulations and related publications by describing: 1. Availability and method of revision of 14 CFR parts 1, 61, 91, and NTSB part 830: a. purpose. b. general content.

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