INTERMEDIATE FLIGHT PREPARATION WORKBOOK
All appropriate charts, pubs, and a completed DD 175.
A completed low-level chart.
During the brief, the instructor should demonstrate how to brief a low-level route.
For the brief the student should be able to draw or recite from memory:
TP features and all features that are going to aid the student in locating the TP.
General location of all obstructions higher than A/C altitude within 3 NM of course
centerline and all altitude changes. In-flight hazard calls are made for any obstruction
300 feet AGL or higher.
Wind analysis formulas without error.
TP procedures, intermediate checkpoint and hazard calls without error.
Fix, analyze, compensate, correct, then update times.
How to perform a Bearing Directional Heading Indicator (BDHI) correction and its
Proper scan: clock, chart, ground.
Proper format for cancellation of IFR and checking in/out with Flight Service Station
Proper format for low-level exit communications including IFR clearance pickup.
The Rad Alt/Radio Altimeter shall be set to 80% of the lowest route altitude segment.
EHSI will be set to TTG in the lower right display via the Nevada button.
On the initial leg of the first low-level, the instructor may demo:
All TP procedures (all altitude information shall be given in feet AGL).
Intermediate checkpoint and hazard calls.
Proper wind analysis.
"Fix, analyze, compensate, correct, update."
B-10 WHAT IS EXPECTED (NOT ALL INCLUSIVE)