Pilot’s Operating Handbook 101

August 31st, 2011

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The term Pilot’s Operating Handbook (POH), originated from the US General Aviation Manufacturer’s Association who introduced the ‘GAMA Specification No. 1′ format for the ‘Pilot’s Operating Handbook’ in 1975.

The ‘GAMA Specification No. 1′ format for the ‘Pilot’s Operating Handbook’ (POH) was adopted in 1991 by ICAO in their Document 9516: Guidance on the Preparation of a Pilot’s Operating Handbook for Light Aeroplanes, and is now required for all newly certified aircraft by ICAO member states. Most light aircraft listed initially registered in 1976 or later, have Pilot’s Operating Handbooks (POHs) in this format.

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