- One Semester or equivalent
- 95.7 Hours
2020 teaching periods
|Higher Ed. Semester 2|
Last self enrolment:
Aims and objectives
To consolidate the procedural aspects of cross country flight and instruct the student in visual night flying. The student will also receive instruction on night visual departure, en-route and approach procedures. Additionally, the student will undertake aerobatics training designed to provide a sound foundation for upset flight recovery. A significant portion of command flight time will be accrued as part of this unit.
Unit Learning Outcomes (ULO)
Students who successfully complete this unit will be able to:
1. Demonstrate proficiency in planning and executing day flights under the VFR flight rules or night flights under the NVFR considering all legal operational requirements
2. Conduct safe night traffic pattern operations in accordance with the specified procedures and approved techniques to CAE OAA solo standard in normal and abnormal situations
3. Conduct basic aerobatic manoeuvres and upset flight recovery
4. Conduct basic IFR en-route procedures including sector entries and holding patterns
5. Demonstrate progressive advancement of pilot in command responsibilities and accountability on cross country flights with or without passengers.
6. Apply skills and knowledge to conduct a cross country flight in Australian airspace.