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FAA WINGS flight activities requirements?

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With the flight activities part of a FAA WINGS phase, do ALL of the categories described need to be reviewed, or just some in that activity?

for instance, this is an activity below;

 

does the soft field work alone suffice, or must you also do the instrument and the night prep to satisfy the activity?

 

 

Name:ASEL-Instrument Maneuvers, Emergency Approach, Night (ATP, Comm'l, Pvt)

From the Private Pilot Practical Test Standards for Airplane

Area of Operation IV, Task C: Soft-Field Takeoff and Climb
Area of Operation IX, Task B: Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Constant Airspeed Climbs
Area of Operation IX, Task C: Basic Instrument Maneuvers, Constant Airspeed Descents
Area of Operation X, Task B: Emergency Approach and Landing
Area of Operation XI, Night preparation

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  1. Mark Kolber on Dec 15, 2016

    All of the tasks identified in a particular flight activity need to be completed in order to get wings credit for the activity.

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