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Flight Preparation (ICAO)

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Flight Preparation (ICAO)
<strong>Flight Preparation (ICAO)</strong>

A flight shall not be commenced until flight preparation forms have been completed certifying that the pilot in command is satisfied that:
• the aircraft is airworthy;
• the instruments and equipment for the particular type of operation to be undertaken, are installed and are sufficient for the flight;
• a maintenance release has been issued in respect of the aircraft
• the mass of the aircraft and centre of gravity location are such that the flight can be conducted safely, taking into account the flight conditions expected;
• any load carried is properly distributed and safely secured;
• check has been completed indicating that the aircraft performance operating limitations can be complied with for the flight to be undertaken;
• the standards relating to operational flight planning have been complied with.

Completed flight preparation forms shall be kept by an operator for a period of three month.

Source: ICAO Annex 6

See also:
<a href="" title="Information retained on the ground">Information retained on the ground</a>
<a href="" title="Documents to be carried">Documents to be carried</a>
<a href="" title="Documents to be carried"></a><a href="" title="Manuals to be carried">Manuals to be carried</a>
<a href="" title="Additional information and forms to be carried">Additional information and forms to be carried</a>
<a href="" title="Flight Preparation (EU-OPS)">Flight Preparation (EU-OPS)</a>
<a href="" title="Flight Preparation (ICAO)">Flight Preparation (ICAO)</a>

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October 6, 2013 @ 15:56:20Captain Bass
September 19, 2013 @ 07:33:39Captain Bass
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