Sam Swift, (Yep, that's his real name, and that's his Swift
above...), has offered to share with Swifters the checklists
he prepares for the Swift owners he works with. Currently,
Sam has checklists available for the following engines
customize the checklist to your Swift Sam also needs to know
the aircraft particulars such as prop (fixed or CS), carb
or fuel injected (in the case of the 160hp Lyc for example),
what type of aux tanks (if any) the Swift has (Temco 9 Gal,
Merlyn aux, etc.), canopy type is nice to know but not critical,
if you still have wobble pump or electric pump, avionics master,
strobes, etc.. Anything that might be nice to have on
the checklist. Also, there is a separate page for EMERGENCY
procedures included with the checklist.
Sam is constantly evolving items as he works to improve on
the looks, contents and colors. Sam says... "As
always, refer to your POH for ALL operational information,
and use this checklist strictly as a secondary reference to
what was supplied by Globe/Temco. Anyone who gets one,
will automatically get an updated one whenever I make improvements."
to have a professional and dedicated instructor like Sam
helping to make sure pilots are checked out safely in the
not enough space on this website to store all the checklists
Sam can offer. We have included a sample checklist so you
can review the format and see if it is to your liking.
To "order" a checklist or if you have any questions
Beech Bend Drive
Nashville, TN 37221
Ferry services and checkout services on all Swifts
This website is pleased
to provide space for Sam Swift to promote his checklists.
Sam Swift takes sole responsibility for the accuracy, content,
and usability of his checklists
The checklists do not necessarily reflect the opinion of other
instructors, or the editor of this website.
are photos that Sam sent in of an actual checklist.
It may take awhile to download for those of you with slower