Flight Training Lesson 9

1.5 Hours Dual Cross-Country; Pre/Post Flight Discussion 1.0 Hours

by Philip Greenspun and Kasim Te; revised November 2008

Developed for students at East Coast Aero Club which operated under FAR Part 141 from July 2008 through July 2010.

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This lesson reviews en-route and approach procedures from an instructional perspective. It also reviews IFR departure and arrival procedures along with filing an IFR flight plan from an instructional perspective. The instructor will simulate a student and the CFII-H candidate simulate teaching a departure on a DP or simulated IFR departure, and a short cross-country IFR flight.



Completion Standards

The CFII-H candidate should demonstrate IFR flight planning and an IFR cross-country flight from an instructional perspective. The candidate should also explain departure, en-route and arrival procedures while flying. The candidate should demonstrate copying and reading back the ATC clearance from an instructional perspective during the departure and en-route phases.

Study Assignments

Instructor's Evaluation and Recommendations:

Flight Training Record, Lesson 9

Any deviations from the completion standards should be noted in the previous section. After completing an item in the Elements section, place a check mark next to that item.

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