Commercial Pilot Plan of Action

I. Preflight Preparation
A. Pilot Qualifications
B. Airworthiness Requirements
C. Weather Information
D. Cross-Country Flight Planning
E. National Airspace System
F. Performance and Limitations
G. Operation of Systems
H. Human Factors0

II. Preflight Procedures
A. Preflight Assessment
B. Flight Deck Management
C. Engine Starting
D. Taxiing (ASEL, AMEL)
E. Before Takeoff Check

III. Airport and Seaplane Base Operations
A. Communications, Light Signals, and Runway Lighting Systems
B. Traffic Patterns

IV. Takeoffs, Landings, and Go-Arounds
A. Normal Takeoff and Climb
B. Normal Approach and Landing
C. Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb (ASEL)
D. Soft-Field Approach and Landing (ASEL)
E. Short-Field Takeoff and Maximum Performance Climb (ASEL, AMEL)
F. Short-Field Approach and Landing (ASEL, AMEL)
G. Power-Off 180° Accuracy Approach and Landing (ASEL, ASES)
H. Go-Around/Rejected Landing

V.  Performance and Ground Reference Maneuvers

A. Steep Turns

B. Steep Spiral (ASEL, ASES)

C. Chandelles (ASEL, ASES)

D. Lazy Eights (ASEL, ASES)

E. Eights on Pylons (ASEL, ASES)

VI. Navigation
A. Pilotage and Dead Reckoning
B. Navigation Systems and Radar Services
C. Diversion
D. Lost Procedures

VII. Slow Flight and Stalls
A. Maneuvering During Slow Flight
B. Power-Off Stalls
C. Power-On Stalls
D. Accelerated Stalls
E. Spin Awareness

VIII. High Altitude Operations
A. Supplemental Oxygen
B. Pressurization

IX. Emergency Operations
A. Emergency Descent
B. Emergency Approach and Landing (Simulated) (ASEL, ASES)
C. Systems and Equipment Malfunctions
D. Emergency Equipment and Survival Gear

X. Postflight Procedures
A. After Landing, Parking and Securing (ASEL, AMEL)

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