Course Description
This course covers the prerequisites specified in Federal Aviation Regulations, Part 61 for a private pilot written test. Topics will include aircraft systems and performance, meteorology, interpreting weather data, basic navigation, radio navigation, aviation physiology, aerodynamics, flight planning and federal regulations. To earn credit for the class, you must attend 90% of class and pass written exams. After satisfactory completion of the course, you can sit for the FAA written exam. Tuition does NOT include the FAA exam fee.
Course Objectives
This 48 hour course will help you obtain aeronautical knowledge, exposure to aircraft systems, performance, meteorology, interpreting weather data and basic navigation. You will also learn radio navigation, aviation physiology, aeordynamics, flight planning and federal regulations.

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Course Syllabus
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