ATF 2305L - Instrument Pilot Flight
1 hours Lab, 1 credit
Lower-Division College Credit
Prerequisite(s) or Corequisite(s): ATT 2120, Permission of Instructor, and Private Pilot Certificate
AA Elective: No
This course provides a study of the aeronautical skills and abilities required for the addition of an Instrument Airplane rating to a Private Pilot Certificate. Students apply information regarding instrument flying regulations, safety, operations, navigation systems, chart use, weather conditions, flight planning, aeronautical decision making, and resource management. The student must complete the appropriate flight lessons and pass the Federal Aviation Administration's Instrument Rating Practical Exam to satisfactorily complete the course. Flight training fees (in addition to the cost of tuition) are required and must be paid in advance of the course start date. Flight training fees for this course are based on 37.7 hours of flight training, which is the minimum number of flight hours allowed by the FAA for completion of Instrument Rating Certification. Any additional training required beyond the FAA minimum is the financial responsibility of the student.
For more information on applicable flight training fees, students should consult the Aerospace website at: www.polk.edu/aerospace.
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