AVI 212 - Instrument Pilot Flight Lab II
This course continues to develop basic attitude instrument flying skills, instrument holding, instrument approach procedures, and instrument cross country/enroute procedures. Nulton Aviation Services at the John Murtha Johnstown Cambria Country Airport will provide the flight training. Pre/Post briefings will be provided before and after training flights. Successful completion of this course will provide an endorsement to take the FAA Instrument Airplane Practical Test. Students must complete both the FAA knowledge test and practical test to receive the airplane instrument rating.
Note(s): Success in this lab course requires that students achieve the FAA competencies in 45 flight hours (combined from AVI 211 and AVI 212). Prerequisite(s): AVI 211 Instrument Pilot Flight Lab I, students must possess at least a 3rd class FAA aero-medical certification; proof of U.S. Citizenship as evidenced by birth certificate or passport or successful TSA screening; and the ability to read, clearly speak, and write in English Spring, Summer