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|AER 2021N - Elements of Instrument Flying|
Basic Flight instruments and their use. Includes attitude
instrument flying, basic maneuvers, power control, unusual
attitudes and recoveries, and applications of instrument
flight maneuvers. Also covers electronic aids, navigation
instruments, FAA Airway system, communications, air traffic
control, flight planning, and IFR regulations, procedures,
and publications for the commercial and instrument pilot.
Prerequisites: AER 1001N and AER 1003N.
Flight students must hold a private pilot's license.
3.000 Credit hours
3.000 Lecture hours
Schedule Types: Lecture
Undergraduate level AER 1001N Minimum Grade of D- and Undergraduate level AER 1003N Minimum Grade of D-
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