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AVP 102 - Private Pilot Flight Laboratory II


Description:
Plan and conduct cross-country flights and perform short-field and soft-field takeoffs and landings. Permission of department.

Credits: (1)

Learner Outcomes, Activities and Assessments

Learner Outcome

Activity (optional)

Assessment

Take off and land the training airplane on short and soft fields

 

Perform maximum performance short-field and soft-field takeoff and landing procedures in accordance with the Pilot Operating Handbook

 

Recognize hazards involved in operating at night and safely plan night flight operations

 

Perform night take-offs and landings

Using all available resources, plan and execute cross country flights in the National Airspace System

 

Plan and perform cross country flights utilizing pilotage, dead reckoning, and radio navigation with proper consideration for the National Airspace System

Plan and execute a diversion to an alternate airport while maintain control of the aircraft in flight

 

Demonstrate appropriate actions for diversions to alternate airports and lost procedures

Operate the aircraft by reference to the instruments without outside visual cues

 

Perform straight and level flight, turns, climbs, descents, and basic navigation within FAA Practical Test Standards by reference to the instruments





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