1. Verify that all passengers have their boarding passes and identification ready.
This step is important in order to ensure that all passengers are accounted for and have the proper documentation to board the plane.
2. Make sure that the plane is loaded with the correct luggage and cargo.
This step is necessary to make sure that the weight of the plane is evenly distributed and that there is no excess baggage or cargo on board that could jeopardize the safety of the flight.
3. Verify that all emergency equipment is on board.
This step ensures that in the event of an emergency, all necessary equipment is available to help passengers and crew members.
4. Check the fuel levels.
This step is important in order to make sure that there is enough fuel on board for the duration of the flight.
5. Ensure that the aircraft is in proper working order.
This step involves a visual inspection of the aircraft for any damage or issues which may affect its safe operation.
6. Inspect the seats and cabin for any damage.
This step is taken to ensure that no damage has been done to the interior of the plane during the loading and unloading of passengers and cargo.
7. Check the air pressure and temperature inside the plane.
This step helps to ensure passenger comfort by checking that the air pressure and temperature are within acceptable ranges.
8. Make sure all food and beverage service items are stocked.
This step ensures that passengers will have access to food and drink during their flight.
9. Make final verification of passenger list against boarding pass list.
This step confirms that all passengers who are supposed to be on board actually are, and helps to prevent any possible mix-ups.
10. Finally, give the go-ahead to depart.
This step signals that everything is in order and that the plane is ready to take off.