AVT 225 - Multi-Engine Flight
1 Lecture Hours
Prerequisites: AVT 105
Co-requisites: AVT 220
This course is an FAA 141 approved fixed base operator will give multi-engine flight training in modern twin-engine aircraft. The course is designed to give a pilot a minimum of 10 hours of flight instruction, including 10 hours of oral instruction and briefing. The student must successfully complete the FAA Multi-engine Pilot Rating Flight Exam. The FAA required minimum flight hours in this course are 10 hours; however, the actual flight hours may vary based on student proficiency.
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:
- Pass the FAA Multi-engine practical exam resulting in the issuance of an FAA multi-engine rating.
- Demonstrate the application of proper preflight procedures.
- Apply the use of checklists for both normal and non-normal procedures.
- Demonstrate the ability to execute to FAA practical test standards multi-engine maneuvers.
- Demonstrate proper cockpit resource management in the operation of multi-engine aircraft.
- Preflight and multi-engine aircraft performance calculation
- Checklist and system integration
- Normal operations
- FAA multi-engine certification maneuvers
- Non-normal (emergency) procedures
- Cockpit / crew resource management
Jeppesen Multi-Engine Kit, FAR/AIM
Approved By: Bullock, Quintin Date Approved: 05/15/2015
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