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AVI 112 - Private Pilot Lab I


This course is designed to meet all requirements and prepare the student for solo flight. It is intended to be taken in conjunction with AVI 110 Private Pilot Theory and will provide foundational knowledge in the following components of flight in preparation for the FAA Private Pilot Certification process: preflight preparation, inspection, and servicing; airplanes and aerodynamics; airports, air traffic control, and airspace; airplane performance and weight and balance; aeromedical factors and aeronautical decision making; airplane instruments, engines, and systems; basic instrument maneuvers; aviation weather; aviation weather services; and, federal aviation regulations. Each new skill presented will be taught on the basis of previously mastered knowledge and skills; therefore, it is important that the student allow for sufficient flight time. 
Note(s): Success requires that students achieve the FAA competencies in 50 Flight Hours in AVI 112 and AVI 113.
Prerequisite(s): Prior to beginning flight training, students must make application for an FAA student pilot certificate; possess at least 3rd class FAA aero-medical certification; proof of U.S. Citizenship as evidenced by birth certificate or Passport or successful TSA screening; and the ability to read, clearly speak, and write in English.
Co-requisite(s): AVI 110 Private Pilot Theory or credit for previous ground training
2 credits (0 lecture; 2 lab)



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