FLO600 - Flight Operations I

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Subject Title
Flight Operations I

Subject Description
This course examines issues associated with aircraft operations and aircraft flight characteristics. Aircraft flight limitations during takeoff, landing, climb and cruise are emphasized and many accident and incident reports are studied to provide examples of proper and improper piloting techniques. In general, the course explores the complexities of decision making in the airplane and the possible consequences of decision making on flight safety.

Credit Status
One credit

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

1. Accurately assess proper airplane operation in order to avoid placing the airplane in circumstances that may lead to loss of the airframe.
2. Anticipate and forecast from accident and incident reports conditions that may lead to loss of airplane control.
3. Describe critical conditions and limitations for airplane control and survival.
4. Describe proper inputs and techniques to escape dangerous flight conditions such as icing, flutter, vibrations and stalls.
5. Effectively analyze issues and problems related to loss of airplane control and awareness especially engine loss and fire conditions.

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