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IFR checklist

Asked by: 3150 views General Aviation, Instrument Rating, Private Pilot, Student Pilot

looking for a fully detailed IFR checklis.

any advise, link, or share if you made your own.


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  1. Nibake on Aug 07, 2014

    This is what I made for the instrument check in my Cherokee 180

    Engine start
    -Check engine gauges
    -Avionics master ON
    -Get ATIS/weather
    Instruments (AI stabilized, DG set, Altimeter set-verify correct, set GPS as required, T/C flag off)
    Gas on main tank (check tank gauges)
    Attitude (set trim and flaps as desired)
    Radios (tune ground, tower; tune and test NAVAIDs)
    Switches (lights as needed, transponder ALT & vfr)

    Request and copy IFR clearance

    Turn coordinator
    Slip and skid indicator
    DG turning
    AI no more than 5 degrees bank
    Magnetic compass

    Run-up checklist
    Tune tower and departure as standby
    Set NAV1&2 OBS (IAP w/lowest minima)
    Fuel pump on
    Inflight checks

    Post Takeoff, Missed Approach. Go Around
    Flaps – retracted
    (1000ft AGL) Fuel pump OFF, mixture as required
    Landing light OFF

    Cleared Approach
    Verify NAVAID tuning
    Ident NAVAID
    OBS set

    Pre-landing, FAF
    (Switches – Fuel Pump ON, Landing light ON)

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  2. George on Aug 08, 2014

    Hello Nibake, and thank you for the help.very nice.

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