FAA Private Pilot Practical Test Standards. Plans and follows a flight pattern to the selected landing area considering altitude, wind, terrain, and obstructions. Objective. 7. To determine that the applicant: C. Airport/ Seaplane Base, Runway, and Taxiway Signs, Markings, and Lighting (ASEL and ASES): 1-9, IV. C. Power-On Stalls (ASEL and ASES) Flight Instructor Responsibility 2. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to safe taxi procedures. To determine that the applicant: 2. POSTFLIGHT PROCEDURES Identification— Photo/ Signature ID 2. Positions the airplane properly considering structures, surface conditions, other aircraft, and the safety of nearby persons and property. 5. Objective. C. Airport/ Seaplane Base, Runway, and Taxiway Signs, Markings, and Lighting (ASEL and ASES), IV. 1. n/a: n/a: Private Pilot Practical Test Standards for Rotorcraft … Divides attention between airplane control and orientation. We are in the process of updating this document to reflect the changes released in FAA-S-ACS-6-B (effective June, 2018). For example, if “ALL” and “NONE” are indicated for one AREA OF OPERATION, the “NONE” entry applies. Radio Communications and ATC Light Signals I. F. Performance and Limitations (ASEL and ASES) Follows the appropriate checklist or procedure. ! TASK: CERTIFICATES AND DOCUMENTS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: 14 CFR parts 43, 61, 91; FAA-H-8083-3, AC 61-23/ FAA-H- Divides attention between airplane control and the ground track while maintaining coordinated flight. To determine that the applicant: 3. acceptable performance standards. 2. 3. Maintains orientation with the runway/ landing area in use. 3. Physiological aspects of night flying as it relates to vision. Pilot’s Operating Handbook, FAA-Approved Airplane Flight Manual, PERSONAL EQUIPMENT Objective. Maintains directional control and proper wind-drift correction throughout the climb. L. Go-Around/ Rejected Landing (ASEL and ASES), V. PERFORMANCE MANEUVER 5. XI. Objective. Objective. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to traffic patterns. TASK: NORMAL AND CROSSWIND TAKEOFF AND CLIMB Metric Conversion Initiative NAVIGATION: 1-24 3. 5. Practice the Private Pilot FAA test questions and learn Aerodynamics, Flight Instruments, Sectional Charts, Airspace and Weather Minimums, Communications and Radar Services, Electronic Navigation , … ! 4. Objective. Maintains directional control and proper wind-drift correction throughout the takeoff and climb. Traffic Patterns (ASEL and ASES): 1-9 Guidance information is described in terms, such as “should” and “may” indicating the actions are desirable or permissive, but not mandatory. AC 91-69 Seaplane Safety for FAR Part 91 Operations 1. SKU. Makes smooth, timely, and correct control application during the recovery from the slip, the roundout, and the touchdown. Applicants shall be evaluated in ALL TASKS included in each AREA OF OPERATION of the appropriate practical test standard, unless otherwise noted. 1. 10. Maintains a specified heading, ±10°, in straight flight; maintains a specified angle of bank not to exceed 20°, ±10°, in turning flight, while inducing the stall. D. TASK: TAXIING (ASEL) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. To determine that the applicant: Write. 8083-25; POH/ AFM. The situation may be such that the use of the checklist, while accomplishing elements of an Objective, would be either unsafe or impractical, especially in a single-pilot operation. ! To determine that the applicant: TASK: COCKPIT MANAGEMENT (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. To determine that the applicant exhibits knowledge of the elements related to the National Airspace System by explaining: 1. If the procedure being evaluated would jeopardize safety, it is expected that the applicant will simulate that portion of the maneuver. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to forward slip to a landing. FAA-S-8081-14A 4. demonstrate sound judgment; and Touches down smoothly at approximate stalling speed (ASEL). All other pilot certification standards remain in PTS (Practical Test … 6. Consistently exceeding tolerances stated in the Objectives. 60 days preceding the date of application in preparation for the practical test, and is prepared for the practical test; and Adventure Productions 775-747- 0175 7. 3. 1. For clarity information relating to Single Engine Sea and Multi-Engine practical tests has been deleted. AREA OF OPERATION: SLOW FLIGHT AND STALLS 2. 4. 3. To determine that the applicant exhibits knowledge of the elements related to spin awareness by explaining: 1. Retracts the landing gear, if appropriate, and flaps after a positive rate of climb is established. 1. F. Short-Field Approach (Confined Area— ASES) and Landing (ASEL and ASES): 1-15 F. Radio Communications, Navigation Systems/ Facilities, and Radar Services (ASEL and ASES), X. Positions the airplane properly considering other aircraft/ vessels, wind and surface conditions. (ASEL and ASES), REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. 13. During simulated engine failures on multiengine practical tests the examiner shall set zero thrust after the applicant has simulated feathering the propeller. These are the notes that I took when talking to my flight instructor about … XII. 2. 1. PRACTICAL TEST Practical test: §§ 61.103(f), 61.107(b), and 61.109 I certify that [First name, MI, Last name] has received the required training of §§ 61.107 and 61.109. 6351 0 obj <>/Filter/FlateDecode/ID[<8E8C16219B48394EA94414F45B55D4A7><17AD962A29D68A4AAB3E4318CF344534>]/Index[6343 18]/Info 6342 0 R/Length 59/Prev 549221/Root 6344 0 R/Size 6361/Type/XRef/W[1 2 1]>>stream Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to emergency approach and landing procedures. Practical test… ! Reverses the direction of turn directly over the selected reference line. NAVIGATION The CFRs provide the flexibility to permit the FAA to publish practical test standards containing the AREAS OF OPERATION and specific TASKs in which pilot competency shall be demonstrated. A. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to navigation systems and radar services. When a notice of disapproval is issued, the examiner shall record the applicant’s unsatisfactory performance in terms of the AREA OF OPERATION and specific TASK( s) not meeting the standard appropriate to the practical test conducted. Analyzes the situation and takes appropriate action for simulated emergencies appropriate to the airplane provided for the practical test for at least three (3) of the following—. Private Pilot for Airplane Single-Engine Land and Sea Practical Test Standards: #FAA-S-8081-14BS (Practical Test Standards series) by Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) | Mar 21, 2012 4.2 out of 5 … VIII. NOTE is used to emphasize special considerations required in the AREA OF OPERATION or TASK. 1. ! ! Failure to use proper and effective visual scanning techniques to clear the area before and while performing maneuvers. PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES: 1-6 (ASEL and ASES): 1-24 To view a complete pdf version of the original document suitable for printing click here. AREA OF OPERATION: PREFLIGHT PREPARATION NOTE: The examiner shall develop a scenario based on real time weather to evaluate TASKs C and D. A. Maintains altitude, ±100 feet (30 meters); maintains airspeed, ±10 knots. Satisfactory performance to meet the requirements for certification is based on the applicant’s ability to safely: 1. perform the TASKs specified in the AREAS OF OPERATION for the certificate or rating sought within the approved standards; Powerplant and propeller. Maintains the specified altitude, ±100 feet (30 meters); specified heading, ±10°; airspeed, +10/ 0 knots; and specified angle of bank, Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to cockpit management procedures. Prior to flight, a briefing should be conducted that includes the procedure for the exchange of flight controls. Constant Airspeed Climbs (ASEL and ASES): 1-29 Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to system and equipment malfunctions appropriate to the airplane provided for the practical test. AMEL Airplane— Multiengine Land C. Diversion (ASEL and ASES) TASK: NAVIGATION SYSTEMS AND RADAR SERVICES ! Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to recommended engine starting procedures. A. 4. 1. ! Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to a short-field (confined area ASES) takeoff and maximum performance climb. 3. (ASEL and ASES). AREA OF OPERATION: NAVIGATION Practical Test Standards: Private Pilot Rotorcraft (Helicopter and Gyroplane) (ASA-8081-15A) $5.95. NOTE 1. TASK: RADIO COMMUNICATIONS AND ATC LIGHT SIGNALS (ASEL and ASES). 5. To determine that the applicant: Follows the appropriate procedure for engine shutdown. (ASES). To determine that the applicant: To determine that the applicant exhibits knowledge of the elements related to the operation of systems on the airplane provided for the flight test by explaining at least three (3) of the following systems. There should never by any doubt as to who is flying the aircraft. 1. Maintains directional control and proper wind-drift correction throughout the takeoff and climb. AIM Aeronautical Information Manual (ASEL and ASES), REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-H-8083-15, AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25. ! 8. For example, Radio Communications and ATC Light Signals may be combined with Traffic Patterns. 2. Objective. A. 5. TASK: CONSTANT AIRSPEED CLIMBS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-H-8083-15. Throughout the flight portion of the practical test, the examiner shall evaluate the applicant’s use of visual scanning and collision avoidance procedures. Makes an accurate estimate of heading, groundspeed, arrival time, and fuel consumption to the alternate airport. 7. Practical Test Standards Description (ASEL and ASES): 1-35 FAA-H-8083-3 Airplane Flying Handbook ! 36, IV. Objective. Private Pilot Practical Test Standards for Airplane Single-Engine Land and Sea: FAA-S-8081-14B - Kindle edition by (FAA), Federal Aviation Administration. 2. Learn. TAKEOFFS, LANDINGS, AND GO-AROUNDS: 1-10 II. 4. d. winds and temperature aloft chart. 2. Selects a suitable landing area. 7. also have an endorsement certifying that the applicant has demonstrated satisfactory knowledge of the subject areas in which the applicant was deficient on the airman knowledge test. ! The metric altimeter is arranged in 10 meter increments; therefore, when converting from feet to meters, the exact conversion, being too exact for practical purposes, is rounded to the nearest 10 meter increment or even altitude as necessary. ! Completes the appropriate checklist. Add to Wish List. C. Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb (ASEL) Selects an appropriate take off path for the existing conditions 42. AREA OF OPERATION: POSTFLIGHT PROCEDURES NOTE: The examiner shall select TASK A and for ASES applicants at least one other TASK. 8. C. Emergency Equipment and Survival Gear (ASEL and ASES), XI. Changes to Private Pilot Airplane Practical Test Standards August 2002. F. Short-Field Approach (Confined Area— ASES) and Landing e. fuel starvation. E. TASK: NATIONAL AIRSPACE SYSTEM (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: 14 CFR parts 71, 91; Navigation Charts; AIM. B. 4. Transmits using recommended phraseology. ACS is the single-source set of standards for knowledge test & practical test. 7. 7. runway incursion avoidance; Adherence to the provisions of the regulations and the practical test standards is mandatory for the evaluation of private pilot applicants. Navigates by means of precomputed headings, groundspeeds, and elapsed time. ! B. Add to Cart. Objective. REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25; Navigation Equipment Operation Manuals, AIM. 59, B. answer. 1. c. pilot logbook or flight records. A. Retracts the flaps to the recommended setting; retracts the landing gear, if retractable, after a positive rate of climb is established. 8. ! 5. demonstrate single-pilot competence if the aircraft is type certificated for single-pilot operations. The FAA shall revise this book whenever it is determined that changes are needed in the interest of safety. 25, AC 61-84; AIM. TASK: AEROMEDICAL FACTORS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25; AIM. Flight situations where unintentional spins may occur. F. Radio Communications, Navigation Systems/ Facilities, and Radar Services (ASEL and ASES): 1-31, X. STUDY. Considers the wind conditions, landing surface and obstructions, and selects the most suitable touchdown point. 1. During flight training, there must always be a clear understanding between students and flight instructors of who has control of the aircraft. 1. a. hypoxia. This notice will be removed when the update to this document is complete. 5. SLOW FLIGHT AND STALLS: 1-26 3. 10. To determine that the applicant: Ensures that engine temperature and pressure are suitable for run-up and takeoff. The Private Pilot— Airplane Practical Test Standards (PTS) book has been published by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to establish the standards for private pilot certification practical tests for the airplane category, single-engine land and sea; and multiengine land and sea classes. 2. procedures for positive exchange of flight controls (who is flying the airplane); 19 October 2020 . Maintains a stabilized approach and recommended approach airspeed, or in its absence not more than 1.3 V SO , +10/-5 knots, with wind gust factor applied. 3. 4. collision avoidance; Accomplishes the before takeoff checklist and ensures the airplane is in safe operating condition. 1. 9. Lifts off at the recommended airspeed, and accelerates to the recommended obstacle clearance airspeed or V X. AC 00-45 Aviation Weather Services D. Cross-Country Flight Planning (ASEL and ASES) 2. G. Operation of Systems (ASEL and ASES): 1-4 NOTAMs Notices to Airmen TASK: TRAFFIC PATTERNS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25, AC 90-66; AIM. Plans the maneuver so as to enter a left or right pattern, 600 to 51. To determine that the applicant exhibits knowledge of the elements related to airworthiness requirements by: 1. Publications other than those listed may be used for references if their content conveys substantially the same meaning as the referenced publications. 2. have fully functioning dual controls, except as provided for in 14 CFR section 61.45( c) and (e); and 4. 6. Examiner’s Fee (if applicable) 24, EXAMINER’S PRACTICAL TEST CHECKLIST Airplane Single-Engine Land And Airplane Single-Engine Sea APPLICANT’S NAME_______________________________ LOCATION_______________________________________ DATE/ TIME______________________________________ I. PREFLIGHT PREPARATION Objective. For student pilots who have not reached their 40th birthday, the student pilot … Completes a navigation log and simulates filing a VFR flight plan. Pilot Logbook with appropriate Instructor Endorsements 3. stall/ spin awareness; 5. 11. If “B” and “B, C” are indicated, the “B” entry applies. 3. The examiner is expected to use good judgment in the performance of simulated emergency procedures. 7. 2. 4. 2. Take your first step towards becoming a private pilot and get full access to the FirstFlight online private pilot course. 4. 3. 8. controlled flight into terrain (CFIT); This is a video of Allan Englehardt giving the Private Pilot Oral Exam for the FAA practical test.Flight Standards Aviation 3. To determine that the applicant: 5. possess at least a current third class medical certificate; 57, F. TASK: RADIO COMMUNICATIONS, NAVIGATION SYSTEMS/ FACILITIES, AND RADAR SERVICES 6343 0 obj <> endobj 5. 4. Inspects the airplane with reference to an appropriate checklist. XII. ! b. operating limitations, placards, instrument markings, and POH/ AFM. Describes the effects of atmospheric conditions on the airplane’s performance. b. hyperventilation. 8. To determine that the applicant: Although these areas may not be specifically addressed under each TASK, they are essential to flight safety and will be evaluated during the practical test. D. Soft-Field Approach and Landing (ASEL) E. Short-Field Takeoff (Confined Area— ASES) and Maximum Performance Climb (ASEL and ASES): 1-14 Retracts the landing gear, if appropriate, after a positive rate of climb is established. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to a normal and crosswind approach and landing. A. f. carbon monoxide poisoning. 2. TASKs are titles of knowledge areas, flight procedures, or maneuvers appropriate to an AREA OF OPERATION. Practical Test Standards… At the discretion of the examiner, an evaluation of the applicant’s competence in the remaining AREAS OF OPERATION and TASKs may be conducted. 2. 2. 1. To determine that the applicant: Objective. 5. Computer and Plotter 10. checklist usage; and g. vacuum/ pressure, and associated flight instruments malfunction. To determine that the applicant: A. c. carburetor or induction icing. 3. 1. 11. To determine that the applicant: c. radar summary chart. ! 1. TASK: POWER-OFF STALLS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, AC 61-67; POH/ AFM. Primary flight controls and trim. 6. 11. VI. A. Straight-and-Level Flight (ASEL and ASES) 3. Positions the flight controls properly for the existing wind conditions. Establishes the manufacturer’s recommended airspeed or if one is not stated, a safe airspeed not to exceed V A . Emergency Approach and Landing (Simulated) Airplane lighting systems. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to radio communications, navigation systems/ facilities, and radar services available for use during flight solely by reference to instruments. 10. POSTFLIGHT PROCEDURES: 1-35 6. Land and Hold Short Operations (LAHSO); Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to attitude instrument flying during constant airspeed climbs. ! Clears the area; taxies into takeoff position utilizing maximum available takeoff area and aligns the airplane on the runway center/ takeoff path. C. Weather Information (ASEL and ASES) 6. A. 1. C. Power-On Stalls (ASEL and ASES): 1-28 40, E. TASK: SHORT-FIELD TAKEOFF (CONFINED AREA— ASES) AND MAXIMUM PERFORMANCE CLIMB (ASEL and ASES), REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to a soft-field approach and landing. Objective. C. TASK: WEATHER INFORMATION (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: 14 CFR part 91; AC 00-6, AC 00-45, AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083- This section further requires that the aircraft must: 1. be of U. S., foreign or military registry of the same category, class, and type, if applicable, for the certificate and/ or rating for which the applicant is applying; Establishes the climb configuration specified by the examiner. Objective. Demonstrates climbs solely by reference to instruments at a constant airspeed to specific altitudes in straight flight and turns. 10. Touches down smoothly at minimum control airspeed (ASEL). 5. To determine that the applicant: A. Pilotage and Dead Reckoning (ASEL and ASES): 1-24 Proper use is dependent on the specific TASK being evaluated. The examiner’s “plan of action” shall include the order and combination of TASKs to be demonstrated by the applicant in a manner that will result in an efficient and valid test. Any action or lack of action by the applicant that requires corrective intervention by the examiner to maintain safe flight. BASIC INSTRUMENT MANEUVERS: 1-29 i. landing gear or flap malfunction. Practical Test Standards Concept To determine that the applicant: Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to emergency equipment and survival gear appropriate to the airplane and environment encountered during flight. 4. Maintains crosswind correction and directional control throughout the approach and landing sequence. K. TASK: FORWARD SLIP TO A LANDING (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. B. Satisfactory Performance Applies adequate wind-drift correction to track a constant radius turn on each side of the selected reference line. This provision has been made in the interest of fairness and does not mean that instruction, practice, or the repeating of an unsatisfactory task is permitted during the certification process. Identifies appropriate equipment that should be aboard the airplane. Establishes a pitch attitude for V X or V Y , as appropriate, and maintains selected airspeed +10/-5 knots, during the climb. INTRODUCTION General Information 37, B. Rough Water Approach and Landing (ASES): 1-19 5. This shall include procedures at airports with and without operating control towers, prevention of runway incursions, collision avoidance, wake turbulence avoidance, and wind shear. 2. 5. Private Pilot Practical Test Standards For Glider (FAA-S-8081-22) - Kindle edition by Federal Aviation Administration. Prepares for landing, or go-around, as specified by the examiner. Analyzes the situation and selects an appropriate course of action. Maintains proper position of the flight controls and sufficient speed to taxi on the soft surface. Locating and explaining— a. airworthiness and registration certificates. Controls direction and speed without excessive use of brakes. 9. aeronautical decision making (ADM); Private Pilot Practical Test Standards for Powered Parachute (PPL and PPS) and Weight Shift Control (WSCL and WSCS), Plus 500 free US military manuals and US Army field manuals when you sample … 6. 2. Information considered directive in nature is described in this practical test book in terms, such as “shall” and “must” indicating the actions are mandatory. To determine that the applicant: 8. 2. Selects an entry altitude that allows the task to be completed no lower than 1,500 feet (460 meters) AGL. 2. Objective. CRM is not a single TASK, but a set of competencies that must be evident in all TASKs in this practical test standard as applied to either single pilot operations or crew. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to lost procedures. Establishes the takeoff or departure configuration. 6. If the applicant holds two or more category or class ratings at least at the private level, and the ratings table indicates differing required TASKS, the “least restrictive” entry applies. 2. ! 8. 47, V. AREA OF OPERATION: PERFORMANCE MANEUVER Created by. C. TASK: EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND SURVIVAL GEAR (ASEL and ASES), REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-H-8083-15. 2. conditions under which the TASK is to be performed; and The Private Pilot— Airplane Practical Test Standards includes the AREAS OF OPERATION and TASKs for the issuance of an initial private pilot certificate and for the addition of category ratings and/ or class ratings to that certificate. NOTE: If a crosswind condition does not exist, the applicant’s knowledge of crosswind elements shall be evaluated through oral testing. 9. To determine that the applicant: ! 2. d. loss of oil pressure. Avionics $6.95. Current AIM, Airport Facility Directory, and Appropriate Publications, PERSONAL RECORDS These groups include, but are not limited to dispatchers, cabin crewmembers, maintenance personnel, air traffic controllers, and weather services. e. motion sickness. Parks in an appropriate area, considering the safety of nearby persons and property. Flight instructors are expected to use this book when preparing applicants for practical tests. When practical, the remaining TASKs of the practical test phase should be completed before repeating the questionable TASK. Safety precautions and emergencies unique to night flying. ! ! G. Glassy Water Takeoff and Climb (ASES): 1-16 A. 6. ! 4. 28. B. Power-Off Stalls (ASEL and ASES): 1-27 Retracts the flaps as appropriate. ! Transitions to the climb pitch attitude and power setting on an assigned heading using proper instrument cross-check and interpretation, and coordinated control application. 2. Complies with airport/ taxiway markings, signals, ATC clearances, and instructions. C. Engine Starting (ASEL and ASES) Objective. 3. To determine that the applicant: d. spatial disorientation. Selects a suitable reference area. Recognizes and describes the indication of station passage, if appropriate. A. Straight-and-Level Flight (ASEL and ASES): 1-29 Establishes a pitch attitude that will maintain V Y +10/-5 knots. c. middle ear and sinus problems. Completes the appropriate checklist. Uses navigation systems/ facilities and/ or contacts an ATC facility for assistance, as appropriate. Objective. 5. 3. %%EOF 2. E. National Airspace System (ASEL and ASES) G. TASK: OPERATION OF SYSTEMS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25; POH/ AFM. Selects a suitable ground reference point. 4. 2. 5. ! D. Turns to Headings (ASEL and ASES): 1-30 Completed FAA Form 8710-1, Airman Certificate and/ or Rating Application with Instructor’s Signature (If applicable) After Landing, Parking, and Securing (ASEL and ASES). Properly identifies airspace, obstructions, and terrain features. ! To determine that the applicant exhibits knowledge of the elements related to certificates and documents by: a. private pilot certificate privileges, limitations, and recent flight experience requirements. b. compliance records. 6. Night Preparation (ASEL and ASES) (ASEL and ASES): 1-32 (180 to 300 meters) AGL, at an appropriate distance from the reference point. Objective. Objective. h. pitot/ static. Private Pilot— Airplane Practical Test Prerequisites I. B. F. Performance and Limitations (ASEL and ASES): 1-3 12. 7. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS: 1-32 D. TASK: CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT PLANNING (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: 14 CFR part 91; AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25, AC 61-84; Navigation Charts; A/ FD; AIM. Description: The Practical Test Standards are a guide for students, instructors, and FAA-designated examiners to know what is expected of pilots in a checkride. CRM refers to the effective use of all available resources: human resources, hardware, and information. Avoids runway incursions and/ or ensures no conflict with traffic prior to taxiing into takeoff position. 6. Maintains takeoff power and V Y +10/-5 to a safe maneuvering altitude. The use of the safest means for simulation is expected. To determine that the applicant: NOTE: When administering a test based on sections 1 and 2 of this PTS, the TASKs appropriate to the class airplane (ASEL, ASES, AMEL, or AMES) used for the test shall be included in the plan of action. 7. C. TASK: CONSTANT AIRSPEED DESCENTS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-H-8083-15. Observes runway hold lines and other surface control markings and lighting. 3. Selects a suitable ground reference line. Follows verbal instructions and/ or navigation systems/ facilities for guidance. Applies takeoff power immediately and transitions to climb pitch attitude for V Y , and maintains V Y +10/-5 knots. 3. Establishes and maintains an airspeed at which any further increase in angle of attack, increase in load factor, or reduction in power, would result in an immediate stall. Test. Locating and explaining— a. airworthiness directives. E. TASK: RECOVERY FROM UNUSUAL FLIGHT ATTITUDES B. Applies adequate wind-drift correction during straight-and-turning flight to maintain a constant ground track around the rectangular reference area. 5. Copyright © 2020 FirstFlight Learning Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. H. Glassy Water Approach and Landing (ASES): 1-17 question. Maintains crosswind correction and directional control throughout the approach and landing sequence. Demonstrates turns to headings solely by reference to instruments; maintains altitude, ±200 feet (60 meters); maintains a standard rate turn and rolls out on the assigned heading, ± 10°; maintains airspeed, ±10 knots. Completes the appropriate checklist. A. 2. ! i. e.: AREA OF OPERATION VIII, Maneuvering During Slow Flight, failure to use proper collision avoidance procedures. 1. c. requirements and procedures for obtaining a special flight permit. Descriptions of TASKs are not included in these standards because this information can be found in the current issue of the listed reference. D. Lost Procedures (ASEL and ASES), VIII. Arrives at the en route checkpoints within five (5) minutes of the initial or revised ETA and provides a destination estimate. answer. 1. 6. D. Soft-Field Approach and Landing (ASEL): 1-13 The private pilot— airplane applicant is required by 14 CFR section 61.45, to provide an airworthy, certificated aircraft for use during the practical test. 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