Complete one-on-one with an individual instructor, Ground School Course Curriculum
When you decide to become a pilot, you soon learn that the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has a set of requirements that you must meet in becoming a pilot. one of these requirements is to pass the knowledge test , commonly known as the "written". in order to pass the test you must have some schooling and an endorsement from your flight instructor. you can also take an online course that provides the very minimum requirements and prepares you to take the test but, not to be a pilot.
Here at Oklahoma Aeronautics Academy we provide you with all of the skills not only to pass the written but, to be a safe and efficient pilot.
Below you can see the private pilot course curriculum.
WE DO NOT REFER OUR STUDENTS TO ANY ON-LINE GROUND SCHOOL
FAR 1, 43, 61,91
NTSB ACCIDENT REPORTING CFR49§830
Applicable portions of the AIM
Aeronautical decision making and judgement
Aircraft components and subcomponents
Primary and Secondary flight controls
General aviation aircraft systems
Principals of weight and balance
Weight and balance computations
Principals of Aerodynamics,
Weather products and services, on-line flight briefings
Aeromedical physiology considerations, oxygen use, medical certificates, and medical reporting requirements
Recognition of critical weather situations from ground and in flight
Weather aeronautical decision making
Aircraft performance and charts
Density Altitude awareness
Effects of density altitude on takeoff and climb performance
Angle of attack and stall awareness
Spin entry, spins, spin recovery techniques
Inflight spin training
Safe and efficient operation of the aircraft
Airspace, special use airspace, NOTAM’s and TFR’s
National airspace system utilization procedures
Standard radio communications phraseology
Familiarization of aeronautical charts, chart supplements and chart symbology
Use of Aeronautical charts and supplements
ASA CX-3 Flight Computer operations
Pilotage, Ded. reckoning and electronic navigation
Cross country navigation and ATC communications procedures
Preflight planning, obtaining all information concerning a cross country flight
AT OKLAMOMA AERONAUTICS ACADEMY(OAA) WE PROVIDE INDIVUAL(ONE-ON-ONE)GROUND AND FLIGHT TRAINING FOR PRIVATE, INSTRUMENT,AND COMMERICIAL PILOT STUDENTS,OUR MAIN FOCUS IS TO PROVIDETHE MOST COMPREHENSIVE EDUCATIONAL GROUND SCHOOL AND FLIGHT INSTRUCTION FOR THE PILOT CANDIDATE. WE BELIEVE THE MOST SUCCESSFUL PATH IN THE JOURNEY TO BEING A PROFESSIONAL PILOT, IS NOT ONLY THE NUMBER OF HOURS YOU MUST ACCUMULATE, BUT THE OVERALL KNOWLEDGE, EXPERIENCE AND SKILLS THAT A PILOT BRINGS TO THE COCKPIT.
WE STRIVE TO PROVIDETHE STUDENT,THE ACADEMIC KLOWLEDGE AND EXPERIENCES WHICH ARE NECESSARY FOR SUCCESS AS A PROFESSIONAL PILOT.
OKLAHOMA AERONAUTICS ACADEMY,PROVIDE THE STUDENT WITH A SOLID GROUNDING IN AERONAUTICALKNOWLEDGE AND FLIGHT TRAINING. THIS WILL BE THE BEDROCK OF HIS OR HER ADVANCING THEIR PILOTING SKILLS TO THE PROFESSIONAL LEVEL. WITH OUR EXPERIENCED AND WELL SEASONED INSTRUCTOR STAFF,OUR WELL MAINTAINED AIRCRAFT AND MODERN SIMULATION SYSTEM, WE ARE IN THE UNIQUE POSITION TO PROVIDE THE MOST ECONOMICAL AND SAFE TRAINING AND INSTRUCTION POSSIBLE.
OUR APPROACH TO FLIGHT TRAINING IS FOCUSED ON QUALITY NOT EXPEDIENCE, WE ARE NOT IN RUSH TO GET THE STUDENT THE MINIMUM STANDARDS SET BY THE FAA, WE FOCUS FAR MORE ON THE QUALITY OF OUR TRAINING AND THE WELL ROUNDED KNOWLEDGE BASE OF OUR GRADUATES.
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