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Flight Operations 1


AVIA2013

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

Undergraduate

Indicative contact hours

24

Conditions for Enrolment

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

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