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I. Preflight Preparation 4 Task B. Airworthiness Requirements References 14 CFR parts 39, 43, 91; FAA-H-8083-2, FAA-H-8083-25 Objective To determine that the applicant exhibits satisfactory knowledge, risk management, and skills associated with airworthiness requirements, including aircraft certificates. Knowledge The applicant demonstrates understanding of: CA.I.B.K1 General airworthiness requirements and compliance for airplanes, including: CA.I.B.K1a a. Certificate location and expiration dates CA.I.B.K1b b. Required inspections and aircraft logbook documentation CA.I.B.K1c c. Airworthiness Directives and Special Airworthiness Information Bulletins CA.I.B.K1d d. Purpose and procedure for obtaining a special flight permit CA.I.B.K2 Pilot-performed preventive maintenance. CA.I.B.K3 Equipment requirements for day and night VFR flight, to include: CA.I.B.K3a a. Flying with inoperative equipment CA.I.B.K3b b. Using an approved Minimum Equipment List (MEL) CA.I.B.K3c c. Kinds of Operation Equipment List (KOEL) CA.I.B.K3d d. Required discrepancy records or placards Risk Management The applicant demonstrates the ability to identify, assess and mitigate risks, encompassing: CA.I.B.R1 Inoperative equipment discovered before flight. Skills The applicant demonstrates the ability to: CA.I.B.S1 Locate and describe aircraft airworthiness and registration information. CA.I.B.S2 Determine the aircraft is airworthy in a scenario given by the evaluator. CA.I.B.S3 Apply the procedures for operating with inoperative equipment in a scenario given by the evaluator.

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