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Solo Syllabus
Cross Country Syllabus
Solo Syllabus
Lesson #                            Maneuvers

  1,2,3                           Taxi,run-up, take-offs
 1,2,3                            Straight and level w/ med turns
 1,2,3                            Climbs and descents, Vx Climbs
    4                               Slow flight w/ and without flaps
    5                               Power OFF stalls & Power ON stalls
    6                               Rectangular course, Circle around a point, S-turns
    7                               Pattern intro, Takeoffs
    8                               Landings, Short apporaches


§ 61.87   Solo requirements for student pilots.

(c) Pre-solo flight training. Prior to conducting a solo flight, a student pilot must have:

(1) Received and logged flight training for the maneuvers and procedures of this section that are appropriate to the
make and model of aircraft to be flown; and
(2) Demonstrated satisfactory proficiency and safety, as judged by an authorized instructor, on the maneuvers and
procedures required by this section in the make and model of aircraft or similar make and model of aircraft to be flown.

(d) Maneuvers and procedures for pre-solo flight training in a single-engine airplane. A student pilot who
is receiving training for a single-engine airplane rating or privileges must receive and log flight training for the following
maneuvers and procedures:

(1) Proper flight preparation procedures, including preflight planning and preparation, powerplant operation, and aircraft systems;
(2) Taxiing or surface operations, including runups;
(3) Takeoffs and landings, including normal and crosswind;
(4) Straight and level flight, and turns in both directions;
(5) Climbs and climbing turns;
(6) Airport traffic patterns, including entry and departure procedures;
(7) Collision avoidance, windshear avoidance, and wake turbulence avoidance;
(8) Descents, with and without turns, using high and low drag configurations;
(9) Flight at various airspeeds from cruise to slow flight;
(10) Stall entries from various flight attitudes and power combinations with recovery initiated at the first indication of a stall,
and recovery from a full stall;
(11) Emergency procedures and equipment malfunctions;
(12) Ground reference maneuvers;
(13) Approaches to a landing area with simulated engine malfunctions;
(14) Slips to a landing; and
(15) Go-arounds.










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