Pilots should perform a pre-flight inspection of the plane to ensure that it is in proper condition for takeoff. This includes checking the engines, wings, and control surfaces.
2. Before Start
The pilots should start the engines and check the instruments to make sure everything is functioning properly.
3. After Start
The pilots should taxi the plane to the runway and take off.
4. Before takeoff
The pilots should check the altitude, airspeed, and heading of the plane. They should also confirm that all of the passengers are seated and that all of their luggage is stowed properly.
5. After takeoff
The pilots should maintain the correct altitude and airspeed, and course. They should also monitor the instrument panel closely.
The pilots should begin their descent towards the airport. They should also configure the plane for landing by lowering the flaps and landing gear.
The pilots should touchdown on the runway and apply reverse thrust to slow down the aircraft. They should then taxi back to the terminal.
8. After landing
The pilots should turn off the engines, remove their seatbelts, and exit the plane.
The pilots should close all of the doors and windows on the plane, and secure it for takeoff.