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Airplane – Single-Engine Land and Sea and Multiengine Land and Sea Areas of Operation I. Preflight Preparation Task 0BTask A. Pilot Qualifications References 14 CFR parts 61, 91; FAA-H-8083-2, FAA-H-8083-23, FAA-H-8083-25 Objective To determine that the applicant exhibits satisfactory knowledge, risk management, and skills associated with airman and medical certificates including privileges, limitations, currency, and operating as Pilot-in-Command (PIC) as a private pilot. Knowledge The applicant demonstrates understanding of: PA.I.A.K1 1. 62BCurrency, regulatory compliance, privileges, and limitations. PA.I.A.K2 2. 63BLocation of airman documents and identification required when exercising private pilot privileges. PA.I.A.K3 3. 64BThe required documents to provide upon inspection. PA.I.A.K4 4. 65BPilot logbook/record-keeping. PA.I.A.K5 5. 66BCompensation. PA.I.A.K6 6. 67BTowing. PA.I.A.K7 7. 68BCategory and class. PA.I.A.K8 8. 69BEndorsements. PA.I.A.K9 9. 70BMedical certificates: class, expiration, privileges, temporary disqualifications. PA.I.A.K10 10. 71BDrugs, alcohol regulatory restrictions that affect the pilot's ability to operate safely. Risk Management The applicant demonstrates the ability to identify, assess and mitigate risks, encompassing: PA.I.A.R1 1. 72BDistinguishing proficiency versus currency. PA.I.A.R2 2. 73BSetting personal minimums. PA.I.A.R3 3. 74BMaintaining fitness to fly. PA.I.A.R4 4. 75BFlying unfamiliar aircraft. PA.I.A.R5 5. 76BOperating with unfamiliar flight display systems or unfamiliar avionics. Skills The applicant demonstrates the ability to apply requirements to: PA.I.A.S1 1. 77BAct as PIC under VFR in a scenario given by the evaluator. 4

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