AVT 2266 Multi Engine Flight Lab
Prepares students with the aeronautical knowledge, skill and experience necessary to meet the requirements for a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Commercial Pilot Certificate with an Airplane Category and Multi Engine Land Class Rating. The course is conducted under 14 CFR Part 141. Topics include multi-engine aircraft systems, aerodynamics, flight maneuvers, single-engine operations, maximum performance takeoff and landing procedures, attitude control by instrument reference during single engine operations and single engine emergency procedures. Course Performance Standards require 100% completion of the syllabus requirements and obtaining the required FAA Pilot Certificate. Contact the Department for the current lab fee. Two lab hours per week.
Division: Science, Mathematics and Engineering
Department: Aviation Technology
Repeatable Credit: No
Offered Online: No
Prereqs: AVT 1224 AND AVT 2263
- Demonstrate a basic understanding of multi engine aircraft systems, including weight and balance, fuel, hydraulic, landing gear, electrical and deicing systems. Analyze procedures for inoperative components during all phases of flight.
- Comprehend and demonstrate an understanding of multi engine aircraft aerodynamics, including induced flow, asymmetric thrust, critical engine and minimum controllable airspeed (Vmc), engine feathering and zero thrust controllability.
- Demonstrate flight maneuvers in a multi engine aircraft, including the use of checklists, steep turns, stalls, spin awareness, emergency descent and engine-out procedures while maintaining specific flight attitudes and ground tracks with proficiency to Commercial Pilot standards.
- Demonstrate single engine instrument approaches, including the use of checklists and engine-out procedures while maintaining specific flight attitudes and ground tracks with proficiency to Commercial Pilot standards.
Credit Hours: 1
Lab Hours: 2