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Flight Operations 1


18 Units of Credit

The course comprises the aeronautical theory and associated ground training for Stage 1 of the Bachelor of Aviation (Flying). Included are all theory requirements for the issue of Private Pilot (Aeroplane) Licence (PP(A)L) with night flying privileges, namely Pre-solo Air Legislation, Basic Aeronautical Knowledge, PP(A)L and night flying theory. Students will also cover introductory material in the areas of aircraft engineering and maintenance. This course encompasses Phases 1 - 5 as detailed in the UNSW Manual of Flight Training and the Civil Aviation Safety Authority Day VFR Syllabus - Aeroplane. Practical flying training (AVIASC01) is a highly recommended adjunct to this course.

Note:  Students who commenced program 3980 Aviation (Flying) in semester 1 are assumed to have completed 36 UOC from AVIA1321, AVIA1401, AVIA1901, MATH1031, MATH1041, PHYS1149, PHYS1211, AVEN1920 before enrolment in this course. 

Study Level


Indicative contact hours


Conditions for Enrolment

Prerequisite: 18 UOC from either AVIA1401, AVIA1901, MATH1041 or PHYS1211

Course Outline

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