Apr 21, 2021  
2018-2019 General Catalog 

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PILT 2100 - Commercial Ground School

3 Credit(s)

A study of commercial flight fundamentals as required by FAA regulations for students pursuing a Commercial Pilot certificate. Topics include a review of prior Private and Instrument Ground School material, plus aeronautical decision-making FARs and advanced fixed-wing single-engine and fixed-wing multi-engine aircraft systems, aerodynamics, the study of weather, concepts of weather, weather hazards, meteorological flight planning, aviation weather equipment, and considerations of weather conditions as they impact aircraft and flight performance; review of characteristics of the United States’ ATC system, air space, navigation aids, systems, and procedures for use; control tower operation, departure and arrive control, radar and non-radar operations, environmental concerns within various geographical areas, and communication procedures; human physiology; and commercial maneuvers. There is an FAA Knowledge Exam fee. (Fall, Spring, As Needed) [Graded]

Prerequisite(s): PILT 1155  or PILT 1250  or instructor permission or department permission - Prerequisite Min. Grade: D-
Registration Restriction(s): None

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