Cessna Skyhawk 172 Extended Quick Reference Checklist (Carburetor & Injection) (For All models except G1000)
Cessna 172 Extended Quick Reference Checklist for Pilots. Durable Laminate.
If you are a beginner in Aviation or Pilot Training, you’re supposed to be familiar with all the information about the airplane from A to Z. This handy QRC will help you meet and be familiar with all your pertinent knowledge and needs about the Safe Operation of the Airplane.
The primary purpose of this extended quick reference checklist is to improve flight safety by ensuring that no important tasks are forgotten. Pilots turn to checklists for two reasons. One, they are trained to do so instead of relying on memory, and two, checklists have proven time and time again that they work. Pilots have learned to trust the checklist, even when faced with a catastrophe.
NOTE: 👉 The Cessna 172 Universal Extended Quick Reference Checklist (QRC) is fairly complete and accurate for student pilots (beginners) with procedures that seem to match what you will find in the POH and what most flight instructors would tell you. there’s a lot of information explained in detail. On one hand, it’s nice that everything fits on a double two-sided foldable card, but on the other hand, it is easy to reach out for the information that is intended to be found quickly when needed. This QRC includes the procedures of both Carburetor and Injection models.
Shortly, the Cessna 172 Quick Reference Checklist (Carburetor & Injection) includes all ins and outs required for Cessna 172 Practical Flights. (V- Velocity Speeds, Maneuvers Checklist, Abnormal Procedures, etc.)
Here are some contents:
✔ All Vital Checks (with explanatory notes)
✔ Normal Procedures
✔ PAX and Takeoff Briefing
✔ Flight Maneuvers
✔ Traffic Pattern Requirements
✔ Simulated Forced Landing Procedures
✔ V- Velocity Speeds
✔ ATC Light Gun Signals
✔ TAF & METAR Abbreviations
✔ Approach Checklist (IFR)
✔ Abnormal Procedures
The main purpose of this extended quick reference checklist is to improve flight safety by ensuring that no important tasks are forgotten.
*** The Pilot In Command (PIC) Must Ensure The Aircraft Is Operated In Accordance With The Approved Aircraft Flight Manual (AFM) At All Times.
*** The information is intended to be found quickly when needed.
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