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AIRWORTHINESS CHECKLIST Completed By:____________________________ Date:_________________ N-Number:_________________ Documents SERIAL NUMBER:

“Airworthy” means an aircraft and component parts meet its type design (or properly altered configuration) and is in a condition for safe operation. (Ref: FAR 21.31, FAR 21.41, FAR 21.183) Airworthiness Directives - 91.417(a)(2)(v)

Form 337s

VFR (Day) – Ref. FAR 91.205(b)

IFR – Ref. FAR 91.205(d)

EXPIRATION DATE:

Inspections

Inoperative Equipment – FAR 91.213(d)

Check Aircraft for Inoperative Equipment: Text NNumber to 404-994-5388

VFR (Night) – Ref. FAR 91.205(c)

TCDS Life Limited Parts - FAR 91.417(a)(2)(11)

TCDS Info:

ATP Library > FAA Handbooks

––––––––––––––––– PA-44 Wing Service Life – 14,663 HRS

Revised 2017-06-21

PIPER ARCHER

CESSNA 172

Weight & Balance

Weight & Balance Weight

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Arm

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Moment

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Basic Empty Weight Front Pilots +

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Rear Passengers +

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Baggage 120lbs. max +

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Zero Fuel Weight =

CG =

Usable Fuel +



Ramp Weight = Taxi Fuel –

Specific ATP Aircraft Weight & Balance Info

Weight


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Basic Empty Weight

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