AVS* H203 - Instrument Flight Training Lab
Students will receive approximately 50 hours of flight instruction covering topics that include pre-flight operations, full and partial panel procedures, systems and equipment malfunction, instrument navigation techniques, holding and approach procedures, and emergency procedures for instrument flight. Co-op instruction is designed to augment students’ flight training and includes the use of a flight simulator as well as classroom discussion of selected topics.
Corequisite(s): AVS* H103.
Note: This course prepares students for the FAA Instrument Rating Practical Test (ASEL).
ALL FLIGHT TRAINING COSTS ARE THE RESPONSIBILITY OF THE STUDENT.
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