Lookout, Attitude, Instruments
A method of maintaining a good Lookout whilst ensuring the aircraft maintain the desired altitude, heading and speed.
LOOKOUT - This is completed in two stages, beginning with the Right hemisphere. Look as deep into your 5 o’clock as you can and scan fully up and down whilst progressing you Lookout back to the ahead.
ATTITUDE - Whilst looking ahead assess you aircraft‘s attitude to the horizon. Ensure it remain where you desired.
INSTRUMENTS - Check that this attitude is maintain your chosen flight path by checking the instruments:
See also: SHT for a method of correcting errors
Low Altitude Safety and Targeting Enhancement (dt. etwa Zielhilfe und Tiefflugsicherheitssystem)
Das LASTE beinhaltet u.a. die Autopilotensteuerung.
Italian aerospace and defence group (formerly Finmeccanica).
See also: Leonardo_S.p.A (Wikipedia).
Limitation, Operation, Indication
A method of ensuring aircraft limitations are not exceeded when changing aircraft configuration.
LIMITATION - Before operating any control that will change the configuration of the aircraft like the Flaps, check that the aircraft is within the limitations for that configuration change.
OPERTION - Select the new configuration.
INDICATION - Check that the configuration change has been successful by the control indicator.
E.g. If the Landing Gear speed limitation is 175 kts the process is: