Certified Flight Instructor (CFI)

 

AC 61.65E- Latest CFI Endorsements
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SOLO REQUIREMENTS FOR STUDENT PILOTS

FAR 61.87 (d)

Record the date the student performs each of the below listed areas of training following the specific area that is listed. For example: Run-up Procedures- 8/29, 8/30, 9/2, 9/5, 9/7 and continuing to document that procedure each time that the student performs a run-up procedure prior to departure from the airport.

Studentís Name__________________________ Instructorís Name_________________________

REQUIREMENTS FOR SOLO FLIGHT

Pre-Solo Written Examination-

Knowledge of FAR 61 and 91-

Third Class or better Medical Certificate-

FLIGHT TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

Flight Preparation-

Aircraft Systems-

Powerplant Operation-

Taxi Procedures-

Run-up Procedures-

Straight and Level Flight with level turns in each direction-

Climbs, Climbing Turns-

Airport Traffic Patterns, Entry and Departure-

Collision Avoidance-

Windshear Avoidance-

Wake Turbulence Avoidance-

Descents-With and Without Turns

Descents-Using high and low drag configurations-

Flights at various airspeeds from cruise to slow flight-

Stall entries from various flight attitudes and power combinations with recovery initiated on first indication of a stall and recovery from a full stall-

Emergency Procedures and equipment malfunctions-

Ground Reference Maneuvers-

Approaches to a landing area with simulated engine malfunctions.

Slips to a landing-

Go-arounds-

I have been given instruction in all of the above flight training maneuvers:_______________________________________Date:__________________

These requirements apply to all solo candidates. A Flight Instructor may design a similiar summary for multiengine solo, Private License, Instrument Rating, Commercial License, Multiengine Rating and Airline Transport License.