Flight Electives at the College of Aeronautics

Electives are an important part of any collegiate curriculum, flight electives are no different. These courses give student pilots the opportunity to learn about flight from a variety of different perspectives, including an upside-down perspective for aerobatic electives!

Aerobatic Flight

Provides ground and flight training in basic acrobatic flight maneuvers, recovery from unusual flight attitudes and familiarity with conventional landing-gear aircraft. Intermediate Aerobatic Flight continues on the initial training and introduces and develops basic aerobatic skills to enable students to perform complex aerobatic maneuvers.

Conventional Gear Transition

Provides ground and flight training to qualify pilots for a conventional/tailwheel-type aircraft logbook endorsement.

High Performance Airplane Transition

aerobatic flight training electives

Provides ground and flight training to qualify pilots for a high performance aircraft logbook endorsement.

International Flight Operations

Provides ground and flight training for flight operations outside the U.S. Covers FAA, FCC, U.S. Customs and the Bahamas government regulations. Includes over-water operations, international weather and international flight planning.

Air Taxi Flight

airline pilot training type rating electives

Teaches the duties of pilot in-command and second-in-command in air taxi flight operations and provides multi engine instrument flight training for air taxi competency. Encompasses ground instruction and training in multi-engine flight simulators and Piper Seminole aircraft.

Commercial Pilot Certificate and Type Rating

This course provides all required simulator, flight training device and instruction to prepare for the FAA commercial pilot and type rating practical tests. Upon the successful completion of this course students will be awarded an FAA Type Rating.