Lesson 25

 

LESSON 25(Stage III)
DUAL-CROSS-COUNTRY

SEQUENCE:
1. Preflight Orientation
2. Flight
3. Postflight Evaluation

LESSON OBJECTIVE:

During this lesson, the student will be introduced to IFR flight planning applications by conducting an IFR cross-country over 50 nautical miles from the original point of departure, becoming familiar with IFR departure, enroute, and arrival procedures. The student will also review the appropriate emergency procedures for enroute IFR operations.

CONTENT:

Lesson Review

  • Weather Information Related to IFR Cross-Country Flight
  • Aircraft Performance, Limitations, and Systems Related to IFR Cross Country
  • Filing an IFR Flight Plan
  • Departure Procedures and Clearances
  • Air Traffic Control Clearances
  • Use of DPs
  • Use of Radar
  • VOR Navigation
  • Holding Procedures
  • Enroute Procedures and Clearances
  • Calculating ETEs and ETAs
  • Enroute Course Changes
  • Arrival Procedures and Clearances
  • Use of STARs
  • Use of Departure Radar

COMPLETION STANDARDS:

The student will exhibit knowledge of the procedures involved in cross-country planning, filing IFR flight plans, and obtaining IFR clearances. The student will also demonstrate a basic understanding of the various simulated emergency procedures.

 
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