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Specific Purpose To inform my classmates of what would take place preflight during and after a typical cross-country flight in a general aviation aircraft INTRODUCTION 1Imagine yourself sitting looking down a strip of concrete over a mile long and 75 feet wide With a flick of your hand youre suddenly hurled down the concrete at close to 80 miles per hour Nearing 100 miles per hour another small hand movement brings you gently off of the ground and you climb steadily into the sky You turn around and see the white striped pavement disappearing rather quickly While this scenario may seem spectacular to the average person for an individual with a pilots license its actually rather routine aFor most people the closest they ever get to meeting a pilot is hearing the standard this is your pilot speaking spiel over the intercom on an airliner Because of this the pilots actual role in flying a plane has been surrounded in a sort of mystique bI plan today to better inform you of the duties of a pilot I will examine the steps taken in a typical cross-country flight one thats more than 50 miles total FARAIM p 463 in a general aviation aircraft While the procedure for commercial airliners differs due to the complexity of the planes the basic procedures I will address today are still performed by even the most experienced airline captain cIn order to give an accurate picture of what is involved in getting a machine weighing several thousands of pounds into the air and back on the ground safely we have to look at the three phases of the flight preflight and takeoff the en route portion and landing and post flight dTransition Let us first take a look at the preflight and takeoff portion BODY 1The flight begins with the pilot arriving at the airport with all necessary equipment i This includes flight
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