PRIVATE PILOT GROUND SCHOOL

PRIVATE PILOT ONLINE GROUND SCHOOL

This course will proved you with all of the FAA Required Knowledge for the Private Pilot Certificate. After completing this course you will be Ready to Pass the FAA Required Private Pilot Written Exam. This course utilizes fully online curriculum. You will be required to complete certain sections prior to each live remote class. This course is meant to supplement the required online ground school for 141 students.

This course will meet remotely for 2 hours, 3 times a week, for live instruction from a Certified Flight Instructor.

UPON COMPLETING THE COURSE YOU WILL:

  • HAVE ACQUIRED ALL OF THE GROUND TRAINING REQUIRED BY THE FAA FOR THE PRIVATE PILOT CERTIFICATE
  • RECEIVE A SIGNED GROUND LOG OF ALL TRAINING RECEIVED
  • RECEIVE THE REQUIRED ENDORSEMENT TO TAKE THE REQUIRED FAA WRITTEN EXAM
  • HAVE THE OPTION TO TAKE THE FAA WRITTEN EXAM AT ILLINOIS AVIATION ACADEMY’S FACILITY

2021 Course Start Date: (A minimum of 4 applicants Is required to hold a complete course)

  • January 25th
  • March 8th
  • April 19th
  • May 31st
  • July 12th
  • August 23rd
  • October 4th
  • November 15th
  • December 27th

COST:

  • The cost for the entire course is $800 (this includes online web based curriculum including literature and resources for future use)
  • Students not enrolled will be allowed to Join independent Live Classes for $40 per class

30 Hours of Remote Live Instruction which includes;

WEEK 1
Learning your Airplane
  • Getting to know your Airplane
  • How an Airplane Flies
  • More About Your Airplane
  • Airplane Engine and Systems
Improving Control
  • Single Pilot Resource Management
  • Using your Airport and Radio Communications
  • The Airplane Environment and Correcting for Wind
  • Stalls, Takeoffs and Landings Explained
WEEK 2
Takeoffs and Landings
  • Weather and Weather Briefings
  • Airplane Performance and Limitations
  • Learning to Land
  • Charts, Publications, Hazards and Emergencies
Preparing for Solo
  • Airspace
  • Aviation Rules and Terminology
  • Flight Instruments and Cockpit Displays
  • GPS, Lost Procedures and Emergency Instrument Skills
Solo Flight
  • Regulations
WEEK 3
Getting Ready for Cross country
  • Advanced Takeoff and Landing Techniques
  • Reading Weather Reports and Charts
Flying Cross Country
  • Preparing For Your Cross Country Flights
  • Basic Navigation Procedures
WEEK 4
Flying at Night
  • Night Flying and the Human Body
  • Radio Navigation
Advancing your Skills
  • The longer Cross Country Flight
Final Practical Test
  • How to Pass Your checkride
  • Your responsibilities as a Certified Pilot
WEEK 5
Taking the Written Exam
  • Written Exam Preparation
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