AVT 1224 Instrument Pilot Flight Lab - Airplane Single Engine
Prepares students with the skill and experience necessary to meet the requirements for a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Instrument Pilot Certificate. The course is conducted under 14 CFR Part 141.Topics include attitude instrument flying, instrument navigation, holding patterns, instrument approaches and instrument cross-country flight including instrument flight rules en-route procedures. Course Performance Standards require 35 hours of flight time and 100% completion of the course syllabus requirements. Additional fees including a course fee and a flight lab fee as well as other out-of-pocket expenses apply. Contact the Department for the current listing of these fees and expenses. Three lab hours per week.
Prerequisites: AVT 1110 and AVT 1124
- Demonstrate accuracy and proficiency in holding patterns and instrument approach procedures including both precision and non-precision approaches.
- Demonstrate precise airplane attitude control by flight instrument reference only including full and partial panel reference.
- Demonstrate accuracy and proficiency in instrument cross country flying including departure, enroute and arrival procedures.
Credit Hours: 1
- Lab: 3 hours
- Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering
- Department: Aviation Technology
- Repeatable Credit: No
- Offered Online: No
8:00AM to 10:30AM