Originally Posted by Charles in SC
And what has to be in a POH? When I first started flying some of the old planes that I flew had very thin pohs. As years went by they got much thicker due to liability problems.
I mostly use mine for the checklists. As mentioned, it is not required but a good idea, IMO.
* Engine start cold
* Engine start hot
You can have as many as you want. I also have checklists in my EFIS but prefer the paper version.
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