1. Pre-Flight Check:
This is an important step to ensure that all essential systems are checked and components are in working order before the flight gets underway.
2. Fuel Management:
Knowing how much fuel is available and how it will be used throughout the flight can help to reduce costs and increase efficiency.
It’s important to know the intended route of travel, as well as possible alternate routes, including avoiding any hazardous weather conditions or airspaces.
4. Systems Monitoring:
Keeping a close eye on various aircraft systems during the flight helps to ensure optimal performance and prevents unexpected issues from arising mid-flight.
Maintaining communication with air traffic control and other aircraft while in the air is crucial for safety.
Properly executing a landing requires skill and experience, so having a checklist to reference can be invaluable for pilots.
7. Post-Flight Check:
This helps to ensure that all systems have been shut down properly and any necessary maintenance tasks are completed before the next flight gets underway.