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APPENDIX B
INTERMEDIATE FLIGHT PREPARATION WORKBOOK
Arrival at Aircraft
1.
Upon arrival to the aircraft, the student will perform the exterior inspection.
2.
The instructor P will perform the Before Exterior and the Interior Inspection Checklists.
The student will check the interior, set comm panel, check O2 mask, and strap into the seat.
3.
4.
The student will obtain ATIS and call for clearance when the instructor is up on intercom.
5.  Standby at the Before Starting Engines Checklist. Student will prompt the P for initiation
of all checklists with the terms "Standing by ..." Know all items in the checklists.
6.  All radio frequencies, NAVAID settings, and squawks will be primarily entered through the
Control Display Unit (CDU). Preset channels will be selected via the left Remote Terminal Unit
(RTU).
7.
Basic radio setup: UHF is primary. Students may use VHF if required.
8.
The student shall notify the crew of all radio switches (i.e., "Crew uniform primary").
Although most overhead panel checklist items are CP responsibilities, the student will call for the
item and the IP will perform the appropriate action (the student is still responsible to visually
ensure the item is accomplished).
Before Taxi Checklist
Horizontal stabilizer anti-ice checks will be accomplished by the IP if required. Students should
be familiar with these procedures and anti-ice requirements.
Prior to leaving the chocks the following shall be performed:
1.
Call Base.
2.
Call Ground.
3.  Keep the Aircraft (A/C) clear of obstructions (minimum scan responsibilities are from 9 to
4 o'clock).
Taxi Checklist
1.
At a minimum, clear all taxiways, throats, and off-duty runways.
B-2 WHAT IS EXPECTED (NOT ALL INCLUSIVE)


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