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VFR required equipment for daytime flight
A FAST MOOSE
altimeter, fuel gauges, airspeed indicator, safety belt/shoulder harness, tachometer, magnetic compass, oil temperature gauge, oil pressure gauge, safety gear, ELT
VFR required equipment (additional) for night flight
FLAPS
fuses, landing light (for hire), anti-collision light, position lights, source of electricity
IFR required equipment (additional) for flight
GRAB CARD
generator, radios (nav/comm), attitude indicator, ball (skip/slid indicator), clock (with second hand), adjustable altimeter, rate of turn indicator, directional gyro
Inspections
AV1ATE
annual, VOR (30 days), 100 hour (for hire), altimeter (pitot/static) (24 calendar months), transponder (24 calendar months), ELT (every 12 calendar months or 1/2 battery life or 1 hour continuous operation)
Documents
ARROWS
airworthiness certificate, registration, radio station license, owner's manual (POH), weight & balance with equipment list, supplements
Preflight info for flights required away
RAW FAT
runway lengths, alternates, weather, fuel requirements, ATC delays, takeoff/landing distance data
Navaid Rule
TIT
Tune, Identify, Twist
IFR Currency
66 HIT
Last 6 months -- 6 approaches, holding, intercepting, tracking
IFR Mandatory Reports
HAMSACC
holding (time & altitude), altitude changes, missed approach, safety of flight (if anything affects it), airspeed changes (of 5% or 10kts), communication or navigation capability loss, climb rate (when unable to maintain 500fpm)
IFR Position Reports
APTATEN
aircraft identification, position (name of fix), time crossing fix, altitude, type of flight plan, ETA at next reporting point, name of next reporting point
IFR Lost Communication Procedure
AVE. F and MEA
Route: assigned, vectored, expected, filed



Altitude: MEA, expected, assigned (highest)

IFR Clearance
CRAFT
cleared to, route, altitude, frequency (departure), transponder code
Enroute to IAF
AAAAA
ATIS, altimeter set, approach reviewed, avionics set, airspeed set

FAF Checklist

TGPPFT

time, gear, pitch, power, flaps, tower

On Downwind for Landing
LC GUMPS
lights, cowl flaps, gas, undercarriage, mixture, prop, speed
Waypoint Checklist
TTTTTT
turn, time, twist, throttle, talk, track
Engine-out Emergency
ABCDE
airspeed (best glide), best landing field, checklist, declare emergency, execute landing
Partial Panel Compass Turns
OSUN
overshoot south, undershoot north
Compass Dip
ANDS
accelerate north, decelerate south
Risk Management
PAVE
Pilot, Aircraft, enVironment, External pressures
Personal Checklist
I'M SAFE
Illness, Medication, Stress, Alcohol, Fatigue, Eating
Aeronautical Decision Making
DECIDE
Detect, Estimate, Choose, Identify, Do, Evaluate

Taking Active Runway

HELP MATT

heading, engine instruments, lights, pitot heat considered, mixture, attitude (trim and flaps), transponder, time off

Top of Climb and Top of Decent

PAM TLC

power, altimeters, mixture, trim, lights, cowl flaps

Memorize for IAF

MATH

missed approach, altitudes, time, approach heading

Spin recovery

PARE

power off, ailerons neutral, rudder full opposite the turn, elevator forward hard