ASY500 - Basic Aircraft Systems

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Subject Title
Basic Aircraft Systems

Subject Description
Students examine Canadian Aviation Regulations 523 and 525 category aircraft including transport category aircraft systems design and how they are integrated to provide safe aircraft operations for normal and emergency flight situations. Students apply critical thinking skills to solve technical aircraft system function limitations and system malfunctions. 

Credit Status
One Credit

Learning Outcomes
Upon successful completion of this subject the student will be able to:

1.      Explain the basic aircraft systems, their purpose, layout and design to support future flight deck operations.
2.      Explain airplane systems integration and operational application during normal and abnormal flight operations.
3.      Analyze aircraft systems ability to limit conditions that the aircraft encounters.
4.      Identify correct responses for normal and abnormal operational characteristics and limitations for CARS 525 transport category aircraft to enhance safe aircraft operation.
5.      Interpret aircraft technical manual system functions and limitations.
6.      Apply critical thinking skills to solve aircraft system malfunctions.

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