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I read a book about the ATA some while ago and there was mention of a “standard” set of checks used from memory which would get you from A to B on the vast majority of contemporary aircraft. Things like flaps, mixture, propellor pitch etc. Pilots would go through the list and set the appropriate setting for whatever stage of the flight they were at - pre takeoff, cruise pre landing etc.

All well and good until more technically sophisticated machines come along.
TMPFFGGHHH was a common generic pre take off check list, büggered if I can remember what they all meant, but the Mnemonic was ‘Tickle My Prïck For Fun Goody Goody Ha Ha Ha’.

Now you know...
 
TMPFFGGHHH was a common generic pre take off check list, büggered if I can remember what they all meant, but the Mnemonic was ‘Tickle My Prïck For Fun Goody Goody Ha Ha Ha’.

Now you know...
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Pre rotor engagement checks - Gazelle.
 

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