#002 | 12 Areas of operation that you need to master for a private pilots certificate | FAR 61.107
Thank You Very Much For Listening…
Well that’s a wrap on the second episode of FAR AIM! We covered a lot and learned our lesson about promising too much in the show notes. I’m going to get that Private Pilot ACS book to you guys and gals below.
61.107(a)&(b) as of Recording
(a) General. A person who applies for a private pilot certificate must receive and log ground and flight training from an authorized instructor on the areas of operation of this section that apply to the aircraft category and class rating sought.
(b) Areas of operation.
(1) For an airplane category rating with single-engine class rating:
(i) Preflight preparation;
(ii) Preflight procedures;
(iii) Airport and seaplane base operations;
(iv) Takeoffs, landings, and go-arounds;
(v) Performance maneuvers;
(vi) Ground reference maneuvers;
(viii) Slow flight and stalls;
(ix) Basic instrument maneuvers;
(x) Emergency operations;
(xi) Night operations, except as provided in 61.110 of this part; and
(xii) Postflight procedures.FAR 61.107(a)&(b)