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ATF 1100L - Private Pilot Flight

1 Credit Hour
(Fall, Spring, Summer)

A study of skills needed to safely exercise privileges and responsibilities of a private pilot. Students apply information regarding aerodynamics, aircraft systems, aviation regulations, us airspace system, weight and balance, aircraft performance, aviation and weather, flight publications, basic flight physiology, and flight safety. Students completethe appropriate lessons and pass the federal aviation administration private pilot practical exam to satisfactorily complete the course. This courseincludes 35 hours of total flight instruction with at least 20 hours of dual flight instruction and 5hours of solo training, including ground instruction and pre-/post flight briefings with an FAA-approved flight instructor. The cost for anyadditional flight hours is not covered by the course fee. Pilot students are expected to fly at least three flights perweek, not counting Sundays. Students who cannot commit to such a schedule are not likely to pass.1. Students must hold a minimum of an FAA third-class medical certificate (current second class for GI Bill students), 2. Students must be U.S. citizens or have TSA authorization tostart flight training, and 3. Students must meet with the Program Manager to verify documentation and review course requirements and flight training costs. Northwest Florida State College provides the flight instruction through a college-contracted flight school.NWFSC does not waive the course fees for this program for active-dutymilitary students using Tuition Assistance.This course is not eligible for GIbill funding. Veteran students are financially responsible for all tuition and fees.

Prereq/Corequisites: ATT 1100  

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