Lesson 25

LESSON 25
DUAL-LOCAL

LESSON 25
DUAL-LOCAL
STAGE CHECK

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

This stage check, conducted by the chief instructor, the assistant chief instructor, or the designated check instructor, will evaluate the student’s ability to perform the listed maneuvers at the proficiency level of a private pilot. Additionally, the student’s ability to plan and conduct cross-country flights safely will be evaluated, as well as safe and effective operation of the aircraft during all other phases of flight in Stage III of the Private Pilot Flight Training Syllabus.

CONTENT:

Knowledge

  •        Maneuvers and Procedures
  •        Acceptable Performance Criteria
  •        Applicable Rules
  •        Human Factors Concepts

Flight

  •        Preflight Preparation
  •        Ground Operations
  •        Maneuvering During Slow Flight (VR-IR)
  •        Power-Off and Power-On Stalls (VR-IR)
  •        Steep Turns
  •        Ground Reference Maneuvers
  •        Using Radio Communications, Navigation Systems/Facilities, and Radar Services (IR)
  •        Unusual Attitude Recoveries (IR)
  •        Airport Operations
  •        Normal and/or Crosswind Takeoffs and Landings
  •        Go-Around/Rejected Landing
  •        Short-Field Takeoffs/Maximum Performance Climbs and Landings
  •        Soft-Field Takeoffs and Landings
  •        Forward Slips to Landing
  •        Emergency Operations
  •        After Landing, Parking, and Securing

Cross-Country Flight

  •        Radio Navigation
  •        Pilotage and Dead Reckoning
  •        Diversion to Alternate
  •        Lost Procedures

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

Each maneuver and procedure should be performed at the proficiency level of a private pilot. Mastery of the airplane should be evident and the successful outcome of each task performed should be expected. Any maneuvers or procedures which do not meet this standard should be reviewed with the student and assigned additional practice. The student should exhibit a sound understanding of the knowledge, skill, and proficiency requirements for private pilot certification. The student should also demonstrate the ability to plan and conduct cross-country flights using sound knowledge of flight planning, preflight action, weather analysis, and the appropriate aeronautical publications.

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published this page in Private Pilot 2012-09-11 16:47:24 -0400
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