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Flashcards in Airworthiness Deck (10):
1

PAVE

Pilot
Aircraft
enVironment
External pressures

2

IMSAFEE

Illness
Medication
Stress
Alcohol
Fatigue
Eaten
Emotion

3

Alcohol limitations

-8 hrs bottle to throttle
-0.04 BAC
-not under the influence

4

Aircraft requirements

Documents
Inspections
Equipment

5

Required documents

E- external data plate
C- compass deviation card
A- airworthiness certificate
R- registration certificate
R- radio station license (flights outside US)
O- operating handbook (official POH/AFM)
W- weight and balance

6

Required inspections

A- annual (12 calendar months)
V- VOR equipment check (30 days, IFR flight)
1- 100 hr. inspection
A- altimeter (24 months)
T- transponder (24 months)
E- ELT battery (1/2 life or 1 cumulative hour)
E- ELT (12 months)
S- static and encoder (24 months, IFR flight)

7

Required equipment VFR (day)

A- anti-collision light system
T- tachometer
O- oil pressure gauge for each engine
M- manifold pressure (each altitude engine)
A- airspeed indicator
T- temp gauge (each liquid-cooled engine)
O- oil temperature gauge (each air-cooled engine)
F- fuel quantity indicator
L-landing gear position indicators(if retractable gear)
A- altimeter
M- magnetic compass
E- ELT
S- safety belts

8

Required equipment VFR (night)

All day VFR equipment
F- fuses
L- landing light (if for hire)
A- anti collision lights
P- position indicator lights
S- source of electricity

9

Airworthiness Directives & Form 337’s

Used by FFA to notify aircraft owners/operators of upcoming conditions that may prevent their aircraft from continuing to be airworthy. they are mandatory, if not followed aircraft is not airworthy.
AD’s may be one-time or recurring
For 337’s pilot should look through maintenance records for documentation, FAA approval, and signature

10

NWKRAFT

NOTAMs
Weather
Known delays
Runway lengths
Alternate airports
Fuel requirements
Takeoff and landing distances