Commercial Aviation Pilot knowledge

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Experience Level: Expert
I require a step by step guide that explains to a passenger exactly what is happening from the moment a commercial passenger aircraft begins its take off roll, through the climb, cruise, descent, approach and landing phases of a flight. In particular I am interested in the various sounds they may hear. For instance the retracting of the flaps, engine thrust etc and would like it if they could be described in sequence and in words. I would also like an explanation of the effects of turbulance and jet streams, if and when pilots get concerned and what measures they can take to avoid bad weather. Some brief info on cloud formations and the aircrafts performance envelopes would be useful. Any info on frequency of pilot training, in particular simulators and the consequences of failing are required as is any general info on aircraft maintenance schedules and an understanding of the checklist procedure undertaken by crew, preflight. I want to know if the Captain can determine if the plane can fly or not regardless of the airline recommendations. Some brief info on fuel reserves and safety procedures would also be useful. The project is part of a travel guide and is for inexperienced flyers and therefore technical language and terms should be kept to a minimum or explained. I.e. rotate, tcas, V1 etc. It will be used as research and can be written as such. Please include anything you feel of interest such as info on stacking or restricted air space and how that works for safety and about go arounds and general safety statistics etc. I would like around 4,000 words and need the completed work in 7days from agreement

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