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14 CFR 91.3

PIC authority - PIC directly responsible for/has the final authority as to the operation of the aircraft, can deviate from any rule if necessary in an emergency.

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14 CFR 91.7

Airworthiness - can't operate an aircraft unless it's airworthy, PIC must determine airworthiness.

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14 CFR 91.9

AFM - must have an AFM on board, must comply with all operating limitations in it

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14 CFR 91.13

Careless or reckless - no doing anything careless or reckless so as to endanger the life or property of another.

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14 CFR 91.15

Dropping objects - OK, if reasonable precautions are taken to avoid injuring persons or damaging property.

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14 CFR 91.17

Alcohol or drugs - 8 hours bottle to throttle, BAC below 0.04. No drugs that affect you in any way contrary to safety.

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14 CFR 91.25

NASA reports - FAA can't use ASRS reports in enforcement actions except for accidents and crimes.

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14 CFR 91.103

Preflight action - PIC must be "familiar with all available information" before flight, including certain explicitly listed items

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14 CFR 91.105

Seatbelts for crewmembers - seatbelts on throughout flight, shoulder harnesses on for takeoff and landing.

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14 CFR 91.107

Seatbelts for passengers - must brief passengers on seatbelt usage; seatbelts on for taxi, takeoff, landing.

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14 CFR 91.109

Dual controls and safety pilots - simulated instrument flight requires an appropriately rated safety pilot

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14 CFR 91.111

Formation flying - can't fly so close as to create a collision hazard, must make arrangments w/ all PICs

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14 CFR 91.113

See-and-avoid / Right-of-way - must practice see-and-avoid whenever weather conditions permit; list of right-of-way rules for different situations

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14 CFR 91.117

Speed limits - 250 knots below 10,000' MSL, 200 knots near Class C and D airports and below Class B airspace

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14 CFR 91.119

Minimum safe altitudes - stay high enough that you won't hurt anyone on the ground if your engine quits; specific minimum altitudes for congested / non-congested areas

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14 CFR 91.121

Altimeter settings - keep the altimeter set to a station within 100 NM of the aircraft, or 29.92" if above 18,000' MSL

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14 CFR 91.123

ATC clearances - can deviate from clearance/instruction only if it gets amended or an emergency exists. Notify ATC if you have to deviate.

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14 CFR 91.125

Light gun signals - table explaining what each one means for aircraft on the surface and in flight.

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14 CFR 91.126

Class G airspace rules - left traffic is default, must talk to tower (if there is one) within 4 NM / 2,500' AGL of the airport

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14 CFR 91.127

Class E airspace rules - similar to Class G

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14 CFR 91.129

Class D airspace rules - communication with control tower required, ATC clearance required to taxi/takeoff/land

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14 CFR 91.130

Class C airspace rules - communication with ATC required, Mode C transponder required.

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14 CFR 91.131

Class B airspace rules - ATC clearance required to enter, no student pilots without special endorsement, Mode C transponder required.

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14 CFR 91.133

Restricted and prohibited areas - must stay out unless you have the permission of the using/controlling agency

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14 CFR 91.135

Class A airspace rules - VFR prohibited, IFR only

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14 CFR 91.137

TFRs for disaster areas - FAA can create TFRs to protect pilots from surface hazards, keep firefighting aircraft safe, or prevent unsafe congestion due to sightseeing

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14 CFR 91.139

Emergency air traffic rules - in emergencies, FAA can publish new rules/regulations by NOTAM, and everyone must follow them

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14 CFR 91.141

TFRs for VIPs - FAA can create TFRs around the President, Vice President, or other public figures.

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14 CFR 91.143

TFRs for spaceflight ops - FAA can create TFR around rocket launches.

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14 CFR 91.145

TFRs for sports and airshows - FAA can create TFRs around various sporting events and airshows