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By Paul Van Brunt
FAASTeam Representative, CFI CFII MEI AGI IGI A&P 

Use of a Checklist

 


In my years of flying, I have either done or instructed people that have done just about anything that can happen to a GA plane. One of the highest things that pilots don’t do or forget is the use of checklists. There is a checklist for everything. Just ask the airline guys! GA pilots, or even advanced pilots flying GA aircraft, seem to think at times they know how to do a run-up or maneuvers without a checklist. Believe me, after years of instruction I need and use the checklist.

My first airplane was a nice PA28-140 and it was instrument. I was proud of being a CFII and had my own plane...



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