FLY400 - Complex Aircraft Check on Type

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Subject Title
Complex Aircraft Check on Type

Subject Description
This course prepares the student with the skills to safely complete the FLY400 Phase Check A  (Aircraft Check-On-Type) and B (VFR Navigation Progress Test) as well as the Transport Canada Night Rating Requirements.

Credit Status
One Credit

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

  1. Fly during normal and abnormal operations.
  2. Analyze aviation weather information necessary for the safe conduct of a VFT cross-country flight in both day and night operations.
  3. Plan a VFR cross-country flight utilizing performance charts, weight and balance calculations and other information necessary for a safe cross-country flight.
  4. Monitor aircraft systems, instruments and ATC communications during flight.
  5. Complete departure, enroute, diverting and arrival procedures for a VFR cross-country flight in both day and night operations.
  6. Use the Pilot Operating Emergencies Handbook and checklists during emergencies and equipment malfunctions.
  7. Perform all elements of the VFR navigation Process Test to the Transport Canada flight test standard.

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