Airplane Flight Lab
Standard letter grades
Contact hours total
Prerequisites with concurrency
AV 110 (or Private Pilot Certificate), AV 210 (or Instrument Certificate), AV 220 (or Commercial Pilot Certificate), AV 222A, AV 222B, AV 222C, AV 222D, AV 222E, AV 222F, AV 222G, AV 222I, AV 222J, AV 250 (or Certified Flight Instructor/Instrument Instructor Pilot Certificates) and instructor approval based on proof of valid Second Class (or higher) Medical Certificate.
AV 222K, AV 222H emphasize engine failure, multiengine aerodynamics, minimum controllable airspeed, propeller feathering, V-speeds, flight planning, decision-making, human factors and crew resource management. The completion of the associated flight labs will also insure compliance with Federal Aviation Administration flight hour and certification requirements.
1. Develop proficiency in flight maneuvers, normal operating procedures, and emergency procedures.
2. Demonstrate sufficient proficiency to advance to the next successive flight lab and/ or Federal Aviation Administration Certification.
3. Practice aeronautical decision-making skills, risk management, situational awareness, and single pilot resource management using real-time flight scenarios.
4. Accrue flight hours necessary to meet Federal Aviation Administration requirements.
For a list of current additional costs (beyond standard tuition/fees and textbooks), including flight and licensure fees, see the entrance requirements tab in the program catalog page.
Requires textbook and/or online learning materials.
This course is assessed through oral, written, and practical examination.