Technically Advanced Aircraft
Standard letter grades
Contact hours total
Prerequisites with concurrency
AV 210 or AV 215.
Covers principles and operation of technologically advanced avionics systems in modern aircraft. Provides classroom discussion and hands-on training in programming and using electronic flight instruments, navigation radios, information systems, and technology safety/risk management.
1. Interpret and evaluate flight and navigation information displayed on the primary flight display and multi-function display.
2. Demonstrate ability to use electronic flight planning and information systems software and displays.
3. Describe functions and modes of basic autopilots and flight directors.
4. Identify electronic display type malfunctions, identify the source, and take appropriate corrective action.
5. Incorporate advanced technology risk assessment and management into flight planning tasks.
TAA Electronic Instruments
Electronic Navigation Principles
Automated Flight Control
Electronic Flight Planning tools
Advanced Avionics Risk Management
Requires textbook and/or online learning materials.
This course is assessed through participation, homework, discussion questions, project, and a final exam.