Flight Policies And Standardization
|Class hours: |
Lab hours: 2
|Semesters Available: Fall and Spring|
Years Available: All
|This standardization course is required for flight students who hold a pilot certificate prior to enrolling in LeTourneau University. The course covers LeTourneau Flight policies and procedures including but not limited to: Flight Operations Handbook, obtaining weather, airplane familiarization, flight logs and required reporting procedures, dispatching procedures, maintenance and inoperative equipment issues, checklists and emergency procedures, flight simulation lab policies, flight facilities, and airport familiarization. This course includes approximately 18 hours of primary airplane flight time and 18 hours of tailwheel airplane flight time (flight simulator time as necessary). This course replaces AERF 2311 for transfer students. Emphasis is placed on basic airmanship. |
|Prerequisites: Private Pilot or higher certificate and approval of Flight Science Department. |
|Corequisites: AERF 2101 and AERF 2103, or already holds an Instrument Rating. |
No programs require this course.
4 courses require this as a prerequisite or corequisite.