Friday 06 December 2013 16:50 UTC
If you're learning to fly, or thinking of learning, then here's the place to post your questions, comments and experiences
Hi caber0, I assume you are familiar with standards doc 19, if not see this: http://www.caa.co.uk/docs/33/Standards%20Documents_srg_fcl_19_A%20v6_.pdf
In terms of questions it could be almost anything you have done in flight training and theory exams. Make sure you know about the aircraft you are flying, weight and balance, performance, instruments, oil (type and amounts), battery life, emergencies, limitations, etc. The best thing would be to read through the POH to make sure you understand the main aircraft systems and emergencies.
I remember when sex was safe and flying was dangerous.
Software engineer, pilot and expatriate
Mine (two years ago) was in two bits. The first bit before going outside was a bunch of performance related questions such as stall speed, best glide and whatnot. So memorise the relevant bits of the POH. If you don't know, don't guess - just say 'I'm uncertain, so would need to look that up in the book'.
The second bit comprised of him pointing at various bits of the aircraft and asking me what they did.
Finally, on board, don't forget to do the full 'safety brief'.
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