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AVI 122 - Instrument Pilot Lab I


This course is designed for the Private Pilot to gain the skills necessary to precisely control the plane using basic attitude instrument flying and the airplane’s navigation systems. It is intended to be taken in conjunction with AVI 120 Instrument Pilot Theory. The following components of instrument flight training will be mastered in this course: VOR and GPS holding; Localizer, DME, and intersection holds; VOR and GPS approaches; Localizer and ILS approaches; cross-country procedures; federal aviation regulations; departure, enroute and arrival procedures; loss of communications and emergency procedures. 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 45 Flight Hours in AVI 122 and AVI 123.
Prerequisite(s): Private Pilot Certification, AVI 110 Private Pilot Theory, AVI 112 Private Pilot lab I, AVI 113 Private Pilot lab II, or credit given for ground and flight training.
Co-requisite(s): AVI 120 Instrument Pilot Theory
2 credits (0 lecture; 2 lab)



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