👉The R22 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 single two-sided card, but on the other hand, it is easy to reach out for the information which is intended to be found quickly when needed.
★★ For new beginners, the most difficult part is to learn the detail of all principle maneuvers and sequences of each maneuver, the effect of each maneuver and the corrective action to be taken thoroughly. You may reach out all ins and outs of the basic definition of the maneuvers in this QRC as explained in the Pilot Operating Handbook (POH)
👉 This handy QRC that should be used for the FLOW of items has been accomplished with the dedicated participation of a group CFIs. However, This Extended QRC helps student pilots to make sure they didn’t skip an important item.
👉 This Extended QRC has been designed for aviators & student pilots who are working towards achieving their Private-Instrument-Commercial Pilot ratings while getting ready for a check-ride. Most of the flight instructors (CFIs) will remind you that being sufficient and knowledgeable in every part of the pilot training stages will be great on check-ride day to the Examiner.
👉 Pilots following the flight stages need to undergo both ground and flight training to become a pilot. This handy Extended QRC will help you improve your reinforced memory in both ground and flight training. (The more visualized memory and familiarization with critical information, the less money You will spend during your theory & practical training)
👉 Student Pilots following the flight stages need to undergo both ground and flight training to become a pilot. This QRC will help you improve the memory items in both ground and flight training. (The more reinforced memory and familiarization with critical information, the less money You will spend during your theory & practical training)
👉 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
Here are some contents for your safe flight.
👉 Vital Checks have been explained in the same line in detail.
👉 Pax. Briefing (CRM for SAFETY)
👉 Takeoff Briefing
👉 Abnormal Procedures (15)
👉 Maneuvers Checklist (7)
👉 Forced Landing Procedures
👉 V- Velocity Speeds
👉 TAF/METAR Abbreviations
👉 ATC Light Gun Signals
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.
*** All information is intended to be found quickly when needed and based on the Pilot`s Operating Handbook (POH)
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