This course is the second of three that enable the student to gain the necessary aeronautical knowledge, skill, and experience to meet the FAA requirements of a Commercial Pilot certificate with an Airplane category and a Single-Engine Land class rating. The student must complete AER 2010 simultaneously with this course and AER 2032 the following semester to earn the FAA Commercial Pilot certificate. The subject material in both courses this semester is essentially identical, the difference being where and how the student learns or applies content. Dual instruction and solo flying are included in both. The student may have the option (subject to aircraft availability) of a variety of training and endorsements including seaplane (SES), taildragger, high performance, complex, aerobatic training, and upset recovery.
School of Professional Studies and Management
80 flight hours per term