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LESSON 3 – Integrated flight instruction

Dual – ground: 0.3, flight: 1.0

Objective: Develop student’s ability to apply coordinated control inputs and introduce the relationship between attitude and aircraft instruments

Discussion topics:

1)

collision-avoidance procedures

2)

flight instruments and their purpose

3)

required medical and pilot documents

Review:

1)

Taxiing techniques

2)

Straight and level flight

3)

Turns

4)

Climbs and descents

3)Normal approach and landing

Introduce:

1)

crosswind takeoff

2)

constant airspeed climb

3)

constant airspeed descent

4)

turns to headings

5)

traffic pattern entry and procedure

6)

crosswind landings

Completion standards:

1)

Ability to taxi in varying conditions without assistance

2)

Student understands the concept of coordinated flight and can fly the aircraft in a coordinated matter with minimal instructor assistance

3)

Student can conduct a stabilized approach and landing with instructor’s assistance

NEXT LESSON: #4, Slow flight and stall entries and recoveries

Suggested student homework assignment:

Read Chapter 3 of the Pilot’s Handbook of Aeronautical Knowledge: Aerodynamics of Flight http://www.aopa.org/members/files/flttrain/aeronautical_knowledge/8083-25_chap3.pdf

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