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Code of Conduct
I will use careful and thoughtful behavior when operating aircraft in and around airports and in the vicinity of other aircraft, vehicles and people.
I will be helpful and supportive of others in the area, such as assisting in the positioning and safe movement of aircraft, starting procedures, etc.
I will promote and support General Aviation by operating aircraft as a responsible and representative community member, considerately following noise abatement procedures and being careful not to fly in a manner that will frighten or anger the public or present myself, the Club, the airfield, or GA in a bad light.
I will be respectful of my fellow Club members and the Club's scheduling procedure by only using an aircraft for the period I have scheduled it and in which I am currently proficient and endorsed.
I will treat Club aircraft as if they were my own. My goal is to leave the aircraft in better condition than I found it, such as securing seatbelts, control locks and baggage area items, replacing covers and tie-downs, collecting and disposing of trash, returning checklists and manuals, and taking pride in a job well done.
I will comply with all Club operating and safety procedures, including pre-flight and post-flight, fueling, 1000 RPM taxi speeds and reporting of squawks as appropriate to owner and maintenance shop.
Being mindful and considerate of the next member, if I find an aircraft is not airworthy, in addition to calling the owner and/or maintenance shop and "red tagging" the aircraft, I will do my best to communicate the aircraft's status to the next scheduled pilot.
In the event of an incident or accident I will refer all news media to a Club officer. I will not speculate about what happened and will say only that the Authorities must complete their investigation.
I will remember that as a pilot "good enough" isn't.
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