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Introduction to Flight Simulators

Introduction to Flight Simulatory

Course Number(s): T409011
Length: 1 Semester (2 Credits)
Prerequisits: None
Grade: 9-12

This foundation course introduces students to the basic principles of flight. Students’ learn about the lift and drag of an aircraft, torque effect, load factors turbulence, aircraft systems and federal air regulations. Students acquire and apply knowledge and skills while flying in the simulators. Students will take on the roles of Pilot, Co-Pilot and air traffic control and utilize communication skills and problem solving throughout the course. There will also be exploration of careers in the aviation industry.