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Once your plane is in flight, you’ll need to know how to read instrument panels to ensure that warning gauges, hydraulic and pressurization systems are functioning correctly and monitor fuel consumption. You must be capable of flying your aircraft by instrumentation and navigational radios if low-visibility conditions exist. After landing, you’ll need to provide documentation of flight details for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and your employer. If you pilot helicopters and fly at lower altitudes, you’ll need to watch for such objects as power lines, trees, bridges, towers and birds.