POH for cessna 172M
I traing with Gliem's Private Pilot course. I have 15 hours of flying. Just done my first Dual cross country last saturday. It was awesome.
My question is in Gliem's Flight Maneuvers & Pilot Handbook they keep referring to My actual plane I'm traing in POH. Do I need to get a copy of the POH cessna 172m from my instructer?
I think I need it because it says I need to able to explain charts and a whole lot more stuff about the actual plane I'm flying in.
Any help will be appreciated,
Before your checkride, you'll want to know the POH (or equivalent) for the plane you'll be using on the check ride *well*, as at least some portion of the checkride will test your knowledge of the plane, it's required equipment, and its performance.
In the mean time, you could use a POH for another plane, just for practice. For example, here's a link to a 172N POH:
Thanks for info and the link.
You're supposed to have the POH in the airplane when you fly.
You will fail the checkride if you don't have the POH. You will never get past the oral part without it.
I am sure you insturctor has covered some of the FARs Part 91 rules. Part 91 states you have to have certain items onboard during the flight such as:
1. Current registation.
2. Original Airworthiness certificate not a photo copy.
3. Current weight and balance.
4. Current flight manual (AFM/POH) or specifications for older aircraft.
5. Current equipment list.
If your instructor has not cover these you may want to ask them about it.