PPL Exercise Numbers

Navigation planning
If like me, you may have a few gaps in the remarks section of your logbook. Instead of always asking my instructor what the PPL exercise numbers should be, I decided to get a list of all the exercises. Using this you can fill in the gaps or just look it up for reference.

PPL Exercise Numbers

1
Familiarisation with the aeroplane

1E

Emergency drills

2
Preparation for and action after flight

3
Air experience

4
Effects of controls

5
Taxiing

5E
Taxiing emergencies

6
Straight and level flight

7
Climbing

8
Descending

9
Turning

10A
Slow flight

10B
Stalling

11
Spin avoidance

12
Take-off and climb to down-wind position

13
Circuit, approach and landing

12/13E
Emergencies (on take-off/landing)

14
First solo

15
Advanced turning

16
Forced landing without power

17
Precautionary landings

18A
Navigation

18B
Navigation at lower levels and reduced visibility

18C
Radio navigation

19
Basic instrument flight

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