AVT 2286 Multi Engine Flight Instructor Flight Lab
Prepares students with the aeronautical knowledge, skill and experience necessary to meet the requirements for a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Certified Multi Engine Flight Instructor Pilot Certificate with an Airplane Category and Multi Engine Land Class Rating. Topics include the fundamentals of instruction as it pertains to the multi-engine training aircraft, aircraft systems, aerodynamics, flight maneuvers, maximum performance takeoff and landing procedures, attitude control during single-engine precision instrument approaches and single-engine emergency procedures. 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 2266
- Demonstrate and explain multi engine aircraft systems, including weight and balance, fuel, hydraulic, landing gear, electrical and deicing systems. Analyze and explain procedures for inoperative components during all phases of flight using checklists.
- Demonstrate and explain single engine precision 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.
- Demonstrate and explain multi engine aircraft aerodynamics, including induced flow, asymmetric thrust, critical engine and minimum controllable airspeed (Vmc), engine feathering and zero thrust controllability.
- Demonstrate and explain 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.
Credit Hours: 1
Lab Hours: 2