Co-Pilot Check List

Pilots have many checklists.  They are what keeps us safe, keep our planes in flying order, and in an emergency, they can save our lives.

There are pre-flight cockpit inspection checklists and pre-flight checklists for the exterior of the plane.

There are checklists for starting the engine and for run-up (testing certain systems before takeoff).

There are checklists for takeoff, approach and landing as well as after-landing and engine shut-down.

There are emergency checklists for engine failure in flight, fire in flight, electrical failure in flight and many more.

On a recent flight, my wife asked me why the co-pilot doesn’t have any checklists…so I had this made and posted it in front of the right-hand seat in my plane…




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