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APPENDIX B
INTERMEDIATE FLIGHT PREPARATION WORKBOOK
3.
Clear the A/C from the 9 to 4 o'clock.
4.
Call Ground.
5.
Prompt the P for After Landing Checklist (the student controls IFF, NAVAIDs, and radios).
6.
Call Base.
7.
Complete the Engine Shutdown Checklist.
Postflight
1.
Conduct a postflight inspection.
2.
Flight standards, Drop on Request (DOR)/Training Time Out (TTO) policy, and safety
considerations should be covered prior to each hop.
B101. I5203
1.
Student will brief the hop in its entirety with instructor's assistance as required.
2.
Procedurally the same as I5201 and I5202.
3.  The student should plan a minimum of 3 different approaches at 3 different airfields (may
include a demo ILS; all other approaches are review items). The final approach will be at the
destination airfield.
4.  The student is responsible for all procedures, communications, and CP duties into, at, and
out of the enroute field.
5.  Turnpoint procedures are expected to be performed at all fixes and NAVAIDs with the
following modifications:
a.
Delete the ETA portion of the 2-minute prior call.
b.
Delete the IAF EFR from the WL call.
c.
WL fuel will consist of a comparison of actual fuel remaining to the estimated fuel
remaining on the winded Jet Card (+ - preflight).
6.
Route changes should be kept to a minimum where practicable.
B-8 WHAT IS EXPECTED (NOT ALL INCLUSIVE)


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