AERO 3240 - Professional Pilot IV3 credit hours
Prerequisites: AERO 3204 and AERO 3261 or simultaneous completion of AERO 3261 . Fourth class in the Professional Pilot concentration sequence. Provides students with an introduction to cabin class aircraft and flight in the multi-crew environment. Topics include advanced aircraft systems, flight management systems, crew resource management, aeronautical decision making, and aviation safety. Reviews Part 14 CFR Part 61, 91, 119, 121, and 135 regulations. Includes the training requirements of 14 CFR 61.31 for high performance and pressurized aircraft. Examines flight in cabin class aircraft using the training format employed by the air carrier industry. Includes LOFT assessments with students working as crew and learning typical air carrier procedures in the department’s BE-1900 flight training device. Meets for six hours per week and consists of lecture and laboratory. Fee required.
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