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PASSENGER SAFETY BRIEF
No smoking within 15m of any aircraft and not anywhere on the apron.
Always stay right away from propellers – even stationary propellers.
Seatbelts are to be fully secured and firm across the hips at all times.
To engage the seatbelt, insert the clasp into the buckle (Demo).
To release the seatbelt, push in the red button on the buckle (Demo).
Keep hands and feet well clear of control column and rudder pedals at all times, including on the ground. Keep headset on and be careful to only speak if there are no other communications at the time. I will signal by hand to stop talking if I need to hear or make any radio transmission.
Demonstration and directions on how to open and close doors, windows and any other emergency exits.
Flotation Devices where applicable:
Lifejacket demonstration and usage, specifically, don’t activate until clear of the aircraft.
Behind front seats, on rear seat and secured.
Special Survival Equipment:
Location and use of:
fixed and/or portable ELT/s,
first aid kit, and
Passenger Comfort and Personal Electronic Devices:
Use of air vents, seat position adjustment, sick bags, mobile phones/tablets, etc. Also, let me know if you feel unwell ant any time so that I might assist you.
Don’t assume I’ve seen everything so please advise me if you see another aircraft in close proximity to us.
(To be completed prior to departure)
MAINTENANCE RELEASE (MR) BRIEF:
Call sign on MR matches call sign of aircraft.
MR expiry date not passed, expiry hours not exceeded or will be exceeded during flight.
Flight Rules Category; suitable for flight.
Operational Category; AERIAL WORK(AWK)/CHARTER for flight training.
Maintenance item dates not passed, maintenance item hours not exceeded or will be exceeded during flight.
Endorsements reviewed. Assess for impact on flight.
Clearing endorsements cross-checked.
Close off time from previous day’s flight.
Daily Inspection endorsed by RPL, PPL, CPL or ATPL holder.
Using aerodrome chart; brief on anticipated taxi route from run-up bay to holding point for nominated runway.
Using current VTC; brief on procedure for departing aerodrome/control zone.
TAKE-OFF SAFETY BRIEF:
My take-off [today/tonight] is from Runway XX, using [0°/10°] flaps, rotating at 55 knots.
If I suffer any loss of power, or any other failures during the take-off roll and below rotate, I will abort the take-off by closing the throttle and braking as required to stop on the remaining runway, broadcast “[callsign], aborting” and vacate the active Runway Strip if possible.
If I suffer an engine failure after rotate and with sufficient runway remaining, I will simultaneously lower the nose to the glide attitude and close the throttle, select full flap, maintain 60 knots minimum and land straight ahead on the remaining runway and/or stopway.
If I suffer an engine failure after rotate and with insufficient runway remaining, I will simultaneously lower the nose to the glide attitude and close the throttle, maintain 68 knots best glide speed and select a suitable landing area 30 degrees either side of the nose. Suitable areas today are the […].
If I suffer an engine failure above 700 feet, I will simultaneously lower the nose to the glide attitude and close the throttle, maintain 68 knots best glide speed and consider a turn [left/right] back towards Runway XX.
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