This course is the second stage in theoretical and practical flight training for the Commercial Pilot Licence. The theoretical component is taught as four discrete subjects at Commercial Pilot level. The subjects are Aircraft General Knowledge; Operations, Performance and Flight Planning; Human Factors; and, Aerodynamics. The Civil Aviation Safety Regulations 1998 Part 61 Manual of Standards is the primary source of the course syllabus. The material is covered at a theoretical level and then integrated into practical flying. The flying training covers the night flying and instrument flying elements of the Commercial Pilot syllabus and further consolidates the skills developed previously through solo flying practice.
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