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AVI 123 - Instrument Pilot Lab II


This course is designed to meet all requirements for the FAA instrument rating. It is intended to be taken as a continuation of instrument flight training in AVI 122 Instrument Pilot Lab 1. 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): FAA third class medical certificate, Proof of U.S. Citizenship or Transportation Security Administration Check, Private Pilot Certification, AVI 120 Instrument Pilot Theory, AVI 122 Instrument Pilot Lab I. NOTE: Students may also take AVI 123 in conjunction with AVI 120, provided AVI 122 has been successfully completed.
Co-requisite(s): AVI 120 Instrument Pilot Theory (if not previously completed)
2 credits (0 lecture; 2 lab)



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