Multi-Engine Flight

Permission Required:
Yes
Prerequisite:
ATF2203
Credits:
1.00 Credit

Course Description:

This course provides both ground and flight training required to earn a FAA multi-engine pilot rating. It includes dual flight instruction and related ground instruction and pre-/post-flight briefings with a PHSC approved FAA flight instructor. It should be noted that the required flight hours are based on FAA-syllabus minimums, and students will often exceed these minimum hours. The cost for these additional flight hours are not covered by the course fee. Student pilots are expected to fly at least three flight hours per week.This course has special requirements to include the students must meet prior to enrolling; students must hold a minimum of an FAA 3rd class medical certificate (current 2nd class for GI bill students), must be U.S. citizens or have TSA authorization to start flight training, and hold a private pilot certificate. Students must meet with the PHSC Aviation Project Coordinator for approval and verification of documentations, as well as review course requirements and flight training costs. This course provides the flight training and experience required to obtain an FAA multi-engine rating. In order to receive credit for this course the student must complete the appropriate flight lessons and pass the Federal Aviation Administration's Pilot Multi-Engine Rating Practical Exam to satisfactorily complete the course. Flight training fees are paid directly to the college in advance.

PHSC Course Schedule: Multi-Engine Flight

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Spring 2020
Section Availability Dates Days Meeting Time Campus Delivery Bldg/Room Instructor Credit Hours Clock Hours Fees Comments
1654 Open 01/13/2020-05/04/2020 Tue, Thu 5:15P- 6:05 East Campus
On Campus
AMAV David Fields 1.00
Contact cathi kelly ext. 1255 for class location info student is required to meet with program director prior to enrollment. Students may not enroll in or transfer into this section without program director approval.