ASA’s new edition of the Student Flight Record for Private Pilot Airplane has been updated to comply with the Airman Certification Standards (ACS).
This folder makes the CFI’s job easier by providing a record of accomplishments for each lesson, student performance, flight hours, and more, ASA officials note.
All Area of Operations and Tasks from the Private Pilot Airplane FAA-S-ACS-6 are accounted for, including preflight preparation, preflight procedures, airport operations, takeoffs and landings, go-arounds, performance maneuvers, navigation, slow flight and stalls, basic instrument maneuvers, emergency operations, night operations and postflight procedures.
Multi-engine tasks and seaplane tasks have been separated into their own grouping for improved organization. New blank fields are provided for instructors to identify more tasks.
The folder satisfies both Part 61 and 141 record-keeping requirements and serves as a permanent training record for each student.