Flight Lab 3
1.7 Credit Hours

This course includes 50 hours of flight instruction including both dual and solo flights for the expressed purpose of preparing the pilot in gaining aeronautical knowledge and skill toward the FAA requirements for both the Instrument rating and the Commercial Pilot Certificate. The first fourteen flight lessons are in depth study and performance review of basic attitude instrument flying, radio navigation and emergency procedures related to instrument flight. The following twelve lessons include the practice of various instrument approaches and holding procedures including precision and non-precision approach procedures and hold-entry procedures. This lab also incorporates some cross-country flight time in order to provide for the student the cross-country flight time needed for a commercial pilot certificate. Prerequisite: AVI-240 Flight Lab 2