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LESSON 19 – Solo cross-country

Dual – ground: 0.5

Solo – 2.5

Objective: Use of previously gained knowledge to complete a solo cross-country flight

Discussion topics:

1)

solo cross-country briefing

2)

required documents and endorsements

3)

determining performance and weight and balance

4)

basic VFR weather minimums

5)

airspace rules

6)

en route communications

7)

ATC services

8)

En route weather information

9)

lost procedures

10)

emergency operations

11)

diversions

12)

ATC light signals

13)

aeronautical decision making

14)

cockpit management

Review:

1)

computing groundspeed, ETA, and fuel requirements

2)

use of dead reckoning

3)

VOR interception and tracking

4)

use of navigation log

5)

filing and opening and closing FAA flight plan

Completion standards:

1)

Demonstrate accurate planning and conduct of a solo cross-country flight using the three common methods of navigation

NEXT LESSON: #20, Long solo cross-country

Suggested student homework assignments:

1)

Read Chapter 12, Airport Operations, of the Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge http://www.aopa.org/members/files/flttrain/aeronautical_knowledge/8083-25_chap12.pdf.

2)

Read the June 28, 2002 ePilot Student Newsletter’s Training Tips article Unplanned Diversions http://www.aopa.org/members/files/pilot/epilot/ft/2002/020628epilot.html.

3)

Review the source materials for which links are given in the article listed above.

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