d. loss of oil pressure. Maintains directional control after touchdown while decelerating to an appropriate speed. To determine that the applicant: C. Emergency Equipment and Survival Gear 3. Positive Exchange of Flight Controls 1. AFD Airport Facility Directory Objective. Normal and Crosswind Approach and Landing During flight training, there must always be a clear understanding between students and flight instructors of who has control of the aircraft. 3. b. compliance records. The Objective lists the elements that must be satisfactorily performed to demonstrate competency in a TASK. ! I. Seaplane Bases, Maritime Rules, and Aids to Marine Navigation (ASES): 1-5 2. c. middle ear and sinus problems. ! 4. collision avoidance; C. Diversion (ASEL and ASES) Night orientation, navigation, and chart reading techniques. Radio Communications and ATC Light Signals For example, the “plan of action” need not include evaluating the applicant on complying with markings, signals, and clearances at the end of the flight, if that element was sufficiently observed at the beginning of the flight. ! 9. 4. have satisfactorily accomplished the required training and obtained the aeronautical experience prescribed; Maintains the appropriate altitude, ±200 feet (60 meters) and headings ±15°. Initial attempt at creating study cards. Computes headings, flight time, and fuel requirements. Rolls into a coordinated 360° turn; maintains a 45° bank. If the applicant holds two or more category or class ratings at least at the private level, and the ratings table indicates differing required TASKS, the “least restrictive” entry applies. 1. To determine that the applicant: Applicant’s Practical Test Checklist: 1-ix Examiner’s Practical Test Checklist: 1-xi, AREAS OF OPERATION: I. PREFLIGHT PREPARATION: 1-1 Night Preparation (ASEL and ASES) To determine that the applicant: ! Use of Distractions During Practical Tests I have determined he/she is prepared for the Private Pilot Single Engine Land Practical Test. 1. 5. The situation may be such that the use of the checklist, while accomplishing elements of an Objective, would be either unsafe or impractical, especially in a single-pilot operation. D. TASK: LOST PROCEDURES (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25; AIM. 2. 2. FAA-H-8083-3 Airplane Flying Handbook Maintains a stabilized approach and recommended approach airspeed, or in its absence not more than 1.3 V SO , +10/-5 knots, with wind gust factor applied. ! AREAS OF OPERATION are phases of the practical test arranged in a logical sequence within each standard. L. Go-Around/ Rejected Landing (ASEL and ASES): 1-20, V. PERFORMANCE MANEUVER: 1-21 Steep Turns (ASEL and ASES): 1-21 Determines the computed weight and center of gravity is within the airplane’s operating limitations and if the weight and center of gravity will remain within limits during all phases of flight. sarahscoggin. Locating and explaining— a. airworthiness directives. 7. TASK: MANEUVERING DURING SLOW FLIGHT (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. 3. Describes the effects of atmospheric conditions on the airplane’s performance. D. Soft-Field Approach and Landing (ASEL): 1-13 Applies takeoff power immediately and transitions to climb pitch attitude for V Y , and maintains V Y +10/-5 knots. 7. Positions the airplane properly considering other aircraft/ vessels, wind and surface conditions. Maintains a ground track aligned with the runway center/ landing path and an airspeed, which results in minimum float during the roundout. c. weight and balance data and equipment list. ! These are the only certificates following the ACS at this time. Considers the wind conditions, landing surface, obstructions, and selects a suitable touchdown point. ! 3. demonstrate satisfactory proficiency and competency within the approved standards; AREA OF OPERATION: BASIC INSTRUMENT MANEUVERS NOTE: The examiner shall select task E and at least two other TASKs. ! The examiner shall require the applicant to demonstrate at least one landing with a simulated-feathered propeller with the engine set to zero thrust. D. Taxiing (ASEL): 1-7 To determine that the applicant: 4. To determine that the applicant: The effects of alcohol, drugs, and over-the-counter medications. To determine that the applicant: Accelerates to V X or V Y speed before the final flap retraction; returns to the altitude, heading, and airspeed specified by the examiner. To determine that the applicant: B. 3. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Completes the appropriate checklist. 1. 3. Establishes and maintains the most efficient planing/ lift-off attitude and corrects for porpoising and skipping (ASES). Objective. To assist pilots in understanding and using the metric measurement system, the practical test standards refer to the metric equivalent of various altitudes throughout. A. Objective. 10. 6. Objective. 61. ! 1. 7. Take your first step towards becoming a private pilot and get full access to the FirstFlight online private pilot course. II. We are in the process of updating this document to reflect the changes released in FAA-S-ACS-6-B (effective June, 2018). Objective. 1. (ASEL and ASES): 1-30 Retracts the landing gear, if appropriate, and flaps after a positive rate of climb is established. 8. A positive three-step process in the exchange of flight controls between pilots is a proven procedure and one that is strongly recommended. 5. 11. other areas deemed appropriate to any phase of the practical test. Primary flight controls and trim. 2. 4. (180 to 300 meters) AGL, at an appropriate distance from the reference point. For student pilots who have not reached their 40th birthday, the student pilot … Retracts the flaps as appropriate. Selects a suitable reference area. 50. This provision has been made in the interest of fairness and does not mean that instruction, practice, or the repeating of an unsatisfactory task is permitted during the certification process. B. 3. During simulated engine failures on multiengine practical tests the examiner shall set zero thrust after the applicant has simulated feathering the propeller. 3. Practical Test Standards… Establishes and maintains an airspeed at which any further increase in angle of attack, increase in load factor, or reduction in power, would result in an immediate stall. 49, C. TASK: TURNS AROUND A POINT (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCE: FAA-H-8083-3. Objective. Practice the Private Pilot FAA test questions and learn Aerodynamics, Flight Instruments, Sectional Charts, Airspace and Weather Minimums, Communications and Radar Services, Electronic Navigation , … EMERGENCY OPERATIONS Spell. C. Weather Information (ASEL and ASES): 1-2 When practical, the remaining TASKs of the practical test phase should be completed before repeating the questionable TASK. 5. 2. 5. 2. Divides attention between airplane control and the ground track while maintaining coordinated flight. B. Cockpit Management (ASEL and ASES): 1-6 6. AIM Aeronautical Information Manual 9. A visual check is recommended to verify that the exchange has occurred. Selects appropriate frequencies. 7. Explaining— a. required instruments and equipment for day/ night VFR. 1. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to a go-around/ rejected landing. Utilizes the appropriate checklist for starting procedure. (ASEL and ASES). Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to navigation systems and radar services. VI. TASK: AFTER LANDING, PARKING, AND SECURING TASK: STEEP TURNS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. Complies with proper traffic pattern procedures. Objective. ! Objective. 1,000 feet AGL (180 to 300 meters) at an appropriate distance from the selected reference area, 45° to the downwind leg. PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES Reviews takeoff performance airspeeds, takeoff distances, departure, and emergency procedures. B. Navigation Systems and Radar Services (ASEL and ASES) Lighting systems identifying airports, runways, taxiways and obstructions, and pilot controlled lighting. 4. demonstrate sound judgment; and NIGHT OPERATION: 1-34 Night Preparation (ASEL and ASES): 1-34 2. h. dehydration. All previous editions of the Private Pilot— Airplane Practical Test Standards will be obsolete as of this date. Class A. b. C. TASK: EMERGENCY EQUIPMENT AND SURVIVAL GEAR 2. Human resources include all groups routinely working with the cockpit crew or pilot who are involved with decisions that are required to operate a flight safely. Determines the minimum safe altitude. Identifies prominent landmarks. 6. 2. Recognizes and recovers promptly after the stall occurs by simultaneously reducing the angle of attack, increasing power as appropriate, and leveling the wings to return to a straight-and-level flight attitude with a minimum loss of altitude appropriate for the airplane. AC 61-67 Stall and Spin Awareness Training. 3. Radio Communications and ATC Light Signals 4. 4. ASES Airplane— Single-Engine Sea J. 2. 2. 3. %%EOF NOTE is used to emphasize special considerations required in the AREA OF OPERATION or TASK. Establishes a pitch attitude for V X or V Y , as appropriate, and maintains selected airspeed +10/-5 knots, during the climb. 2. 11. E. TASK: RECOVERY FROM UNUSUAL FLIGHT ATTITUDES Information considered directive in nature is described in this practical test book in terms, such as “shall” and “must” indicating the actions are mandatory. Establishes the slipping attitude at the point from which a landing can be made using the recommended approach and landing configuration and airspeed; adjusts pitch attitude and power as required. TASK: S-TURNS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCE: FAA-H-8083-3. The Private Pilot— Airplane Practical Test Standards includes the AREAS OF OPERATION and TASKs for the issuance of an initial private pilot certificate and for the addition of category ratings and/ or class ratings to that certificate. Metric Conversion Initiative A. It is essential you refer to the Pilots Operating Handbook/Airplane Flight Manual for the airplane you intend to fly for the procedures and checklists that currently apply to your airplane. 3. Selects an appropriate course of action. 25, AC 61-84; AIM. Maintains altitude, ±200 feet (60 meters); heading, ±20°; and airspeed, ±10 knots. In all instances, the applicant’s actions will relate to the complete situation. INTRODUCTION General Information Selects easily identifiable en route checkpoints. EMERGENCY OPERATIONS: 1-32 2. Avoids runway incursions and/ or ensures no conflict with traffic prior to taxiing into takeoff position. Prior to flight, a briefing should be conducted that includes the procedure for the exchange of flight controls. 5. Add to Wish List. Demonstrates turns to headings solely by reference to instruments; maintains altitude, ±200 feet (60 meters); maintains a standard rate turn and rolls out on the assigned heading, ± 10°; maintains airspeed, ±10 knots. A. 9. A. g. AWOS, ASOS, and ATIS reports. $6.95. 6. Sets power to no less than 65 percent available power. 2. The examiner conducting the practical test is responsible for determining that the applicant meets the acceptable standards of knowledge and skill of each TASK within the appropriate practical test standard. 11. D. Spin Awareness (ASEL and ASES): 1-28, IX. 3. have passed the appropriate private pilot knowledge test since the beginning of the 24th month before the month in which he or she takes the practical test; Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to pilotage and dead reckoning. ! 7. To determine that the applicant: Rough Water Takeoff and Climb (ASES): 1-18 ! Touches down at or within 400 feet (120 meters) beyond a specified point, with no drift, and with the airplane’s longitudinal axis aligned with and over the runway center/ landing path. 1. Maneuvers to the side of the runway/ landing area to clear and avoid conflicting traffic. Objective. SECTION 1: PRIVATE PILOT AIRPLANE— SINGLE-ENGINE LAND AND SINGLE-ENGINE SEA, APPLICANT’S PRACTICAL TEST CHECKLIST: 1-ix, EXAMINER’S PRACTICAL TEST CHECKLIST: 1-xi, AREAS OF OPERATION: The AREA( s) OF OPERATION/ TASK( s) not tested and the number of practical test failures shall also be recorded. BASIC INSTRUMENT MANEUVERS 1. 3. B. Navigation Systems and Radar Services Objective. ! Maintains the entry altitude, ±100 feet (30 meters), airspeed, ±10 knots, bank, ±5°; and rolls out on the entry heading, ±10°. Flaps, leading edge devices, and spoilers. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to attitude instrument flying during straight-and-level flight. If there is a doubt, use AC 60-28, English Language Skill Standards; 9. FAA-S-8081-14A ! Retracts the flaps to the recommended setting; retracts the landing gear if retractable, after a positive rate of climb is established. B. Plans the maneuver so as to enter a left or right pattern, 600 to 3. After Landing, Parking and Securing Objective. Objective. SLOW FLIGHT AND STALLS 2. F. Radio Communications, Navigation Systems/ Facilities, and Radar Services (ASEL and ASES), X. 1. Divides attention between airplane control and orientation. Performs the task in the opposite direction, as specified by the examiner. TASK: SYSTEMS AND EQUIPMENT MALFUNCTIONS FirstFlight online lessons are not a substitute for study of the Pilots Operating Handbook/Airplane Flight Manual for the airplane you intend to fly. Systems and Equipment Malfunctions (ASEL and ASES) 6. The test may be continued ONLY with the consent of the applicant. 8. B. 2. demonstrate mastery of the aircraft with the successful outcome of each TASK performed never seriously in doubt; H. Glassy Water Approach and Landing (ASES): 1-17 The Private Pilot— Airplane Practical Test Standards (PTS) book has been published by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to establish the standards for private pilot certification practical tests … Arrives at the en route checkpoints within five (5) minutes of the initial or revised ETA and provides a destination estimate. Briefs occupants on the use of safety belts, shoulder harnesses, doors, and emergency procedures. L. TASK: GO-AROUND/ REJECTED LANDING (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. Objective. Maintains the appropriate altitude, ±200 feet (60 meters) and heading, ±15°. Completes the appropriate checklist. Emergency Approach and Landing (Simulated) 2. If the procedure being evaluated would jeopardize safety, it is expected that the applicant will simulate that portion of the maneuver. 60 days preceding the date of application in preparation for the practical test, and is prepared for the practical test; and 41, F. TASK: SHORT-FIELD APPROACH (CONFINED AREA— ASES) AND LANDING (ASEL and ASES), REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. Locating and explaining— a. airworthiness and registration certificates. Pilot Certificate Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to attitude instrument flying during turns to headings. 7. Adequately surveys the intended landing area (ASES). Lifts off at the recommended airspeed, and accelerates to the recommended obstacle clearance airspeed or V X. ! To determine that the applicant: 3. ! 7. Examiner’s Fee (if applicable) 24, EXAMINER’S PRACTICAL TEST CHECKLIST Airplane Single-Engine Land And Airplane Single-Engine Sea APPLICANT’S NAME_______________________________ LOCATION_______________________________________ DATE/ TIME______________________________________ I. PREFLIGHT PREPARATION Selects an entry altitude that allows the task to be completed no lower than 1,500 feet (460 meters) AGL. 2. This shall include the use of an external power source, hand propping safety, and starting under various atmospheric conditions. 3. C. TASK: WEATHER INFORMATION (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: 14 CFR part 91; AC 00-6, AC 00-45, AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083- 4. The inclusion of meters is intended to familiarize pilots with its use. 8. 6. Considers the wind conditions, landing surface, obstructions, and selects the most suitable touchdown point. g. vacuum/ pressure, and associated flight instruments malfunction. The Flight Standards Service of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has developed this practical test book as the standard that shall be used by FAA inspectors and designated pilot examiners when conducting private pilot— airplane practical tests. Objective. 1. (ASEL and ASES) (ASEL and ASES). Traffic Patterns (ASEL and ASES): 1-9 d. winds and temperature aloft chart. Maintains altitude, ±100 feet (30 meters); maintains airspeed, ±10 knots. ! a. hypoxia. To determine that the applicant: 47, V. AREA OF OPERATION: PERFORMANCE MANEUVER Objective. Learn. D. TASK: CROSS-COUNTRY FLIGHT PLANNING (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: 14 CFR part 91; AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25, AC 61-84; Navigation Charts; A/ FD; AIM. Recognizes and describes the indication of station passage, if appropriate. 7. If, in the judgment of the examiner, the applicant does not meet the standards of performance of any TASK performed, the associated AREA OF OPERATION is failed and therefore, the practical test is failed. Selects the proper landing path, contacts the water at the minimum safe airspeed with the proper pitch attitude for the surface conditions (ASES). TASK: NORMAL AND CROSSWIND APPROACH AND LANDING (ASEL and ASES), REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. Computer and Plotter Division of attention and proper visual scanning should be considered when using a checklist. The meaning of each abbreviation is as follows. FAA Private Pilot Practical Test Standards. Clears the area; taxies onto the takeoff surface at a speed consistent with safety without stopping while advancing the throttle smoothly to takeoff power. 1. b. procedures and limitations for determining airworthiness of the airplane with inoperative instruments and equipment with and without an MEL. ! After Landing, Parking, and Securing (ASEL and ASES). D. Turns to Headings (ASEL and ASES) The effects of excesses nitrogen during scuba dives upon a pilot or passenger in flight. (ASEL and ASES): 1-24 Created by. 2. 3. 9. Any action or lack of action by the applicant that requires corrective intervention by the examiner to maintain safe flight. There should never by any doubt as to who is flying the aircraft. 4. 4. To view a complete pdf version of the Private Pilot – Airplane Airman Certification Standards click here. 3. be capable of performing all AREAS OF OPERATION appropriate to the rating sought and have no operating limitations, which prohibit its use in any of the AREAS OF OPERATION, required for the practical test. An applicant for the Private Pilot— Airplane Practical Test is required by To determine that the applicant: To determine that the applicant: 4. To determine that the applicant: 6. 12. 8. Objective. Private Pilot Glider Practical Test Standards (PTS) In stock. When does a private pilot certificate expire? VI. Establishes a pitch attitude that will maintain the recommended obstacle clearance airspeed, or V X, +10/-5 knots, until the obstacle is cleared, or until the airplane is 50 feet (20 meters) above the surface. C. TASK: AIRPORT/ SEAPLANE BASE, RUNWAY, AND TAXIWAY SIGNS, MARKINGS, AND LIGHTING (ASEL and ASES), REFERENCES: AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25; AIM. 14 CFR part 61 to: 1. be at least 17 years of age; Plans the maneuver so as to enter left or right at 600 to 1,000 feet AREA OF OPERATION: TAKEOFFS, LANDINGS, AND GO AROUNDS, A. Objective. 5. Practical Test Standards Description Prepares for landing, or go-around, as specified by the examiner. A. Preflight Inspection (ASEL and ASES): 1-6 h�bbd``b`����`��]qU�W4�x����Q"���� ��%�O� +� Applies adequate wind-drift correction during straight-and-turning flight to maintain a constant ground track around the rectangular reference area. Fuel, oil, and hydraulic. 8. i. landing gear or flap malfunction. Establishes and maintains the most efficient planing/ lift-off attitude and corrects for porpoising and skipping (ASES). The latest ACS (Airman Certification Standards) for Private, Instrument, Commercial Airplane, Remote Pilot UAS, and Airline Transport Pilot became effective June, 2019. To determine that the applicant exhibits knowledge of the elements related to the National Airspace System by explaining: 1. Completes a navigation log and simulates filing a VFR flight plan. The Private Pilot Practical Test Standards For Glider, FAA-s-8081-22 is to be used by the pilot and examiner in conducting a Private Pilot Glider checkride. Objective. A. Flight Plan Form 2. (ASEL and ASES), REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3; POH/ AFM. Objective. Objective. Personal equipment essential for night flight. Retracts the flaps to the recommended setting; retracts the landing gear, if retractable, after a positive rate of climb is established. Positions the flight controls for the existing wind conditions. E. Recovery from Unusual Flight Attitudes Numerous studies indicate that many accidents have occurred when the pilot has been distracted during critical phases of flight. 4. 1. ! 2. ! B. 7. Pilot Logbook with appropriate Instructor Endorsements Objective. Makes smooth, timely, and correct control application during the roundout and touchdown. ! On the day of the practical test, the final flight plan shall be to the first fuel stop, based on maximum allowable passengers, baggage, and/ or cargo loads using real-time weather. Establishes a stabilized descent in the approach or landing configuration, as specified by the examiner. To determine that the applicant exhibits knowledge of the elements related to the operation of systems on the airplane provided for the flight test by explaining at least three (3) of the following systems. Transitions to the descent pitch attitude and power setting on an assigned heading using proper instrument cross-check and interpretation, and coordinated control application. XII. Completes the appropriate checklist. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to the before takeoff check. ! To determine that the applicant: To determine that the applicant exhibits knowledge of the elements related to night operations by explaining: 1. 6343 0 obj <> endobj TAKEOFFS, LANDINGS, AND GO-AROUNDS: 1-10 D. TASK: TURNS TO HEADINGS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, FAA-H-8083-15. Establishes the manufacturer’s recommended airspeed or if one is not stated, a safe airspeed not to exceed V A . Aircraft Maintenance Records: Logbook Record of Airworthiness Inspections and AD Compliance Lily Taylor. 4. 1. 2. The examiner may change the sequence or combine TASKs with similar Objectives to have an orderly and efficient flow of the practical test. 1. 1. REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, AC 61-67; POH/ AFM. After clearing the obstacle, establishes the pitch attitude for V Y , accelerates to V Y , and maintains V Y , +10/-5 knots, during the climb. REFERENCE identifies the publication( s) that describe( s) the TASK. 6. have an endorsement from an authorized instructor certifying that the applicant has received and logged training time within f. electrical malfunction. 1. To determine that the applicant: Maintains takeoff power and V Y +10/-5 knots to a safe maneuvering altitude. Flight Instructor Responsibility PREFLIGHT PROCEDURES: 1-6 h. pitot/ static. A. TASK: TRAFFIC PATTERNS (ASEL and ASES) REFERENCES: FAA-H-8083-3, AC 61-23/ FAA-H-8083-25, AC 90-66; AIM. FAA inspectors and designated pilot examiners shall conduct practical tests in compliance with these standards. 52. 4. 12. F. Performance and Limitations (ASEL and ASES): 1-3 Throughout the practical test, the applicant is evaluated on the use of an appropriate checklist. C. Airport/ Seaplane Base, Runway, and Taxiway Signs, Markings, and Lighting (ASEL and ASES): 1-9, IV. H. Water and Seaplane Characteristics (ASES): 1-4 B. J. Aeromedical Factors (ASEL and ASES), II. Practical Test Standards Concept AC 90-48 Pilots’ Role in Collision Avoidance 9. aeronautical decision making (ADM); A. Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to power-on stalls. C. Power-On Stalls (ASEL and ASES) Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to a short-field (confined area ASES) approach and landing. 3. Establishes a pitch attitude that will maintain V Y +10/-5 knots. ! SLOW FLIGHT AND STALLS: 1-26 Exhibits knowledge of the elements related to lost procedures. c. maintenance/ inspection requirements. Organizes material and equipment in an efficient manner so they are readily available. The CFRs provide the flexibility to permit the FAA to publish practical test standards containing the AREAS OF OPERATION and specific TASKs in which pilot competency shall be demonstrated. 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