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AIRP Courses
The course descriptions provide detailed information about pilot training classes that are offered at TSTC.

AIRP 1417- Private Pilot Ground School
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Basic ground school for the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Private Pilot Certificate, providing the student with the necessary aeronautical knowledge that can be used for private pilot certification. Topics include principles of flight, radio procedures, weather, navigation, aerodynamics, and FAA regulations.

AIRP 1215- Private Pilot Flight:
Flight training to prepare the student for the completion of the FAA private pilot certification process, including dual and solo flight in the areas of maneuvers and cross-country navigation.

AIRP 1301- Air Navigation:
Instruction in Visual Flight rules navigation in the National Airspace System. Topics include sectional charts, flight computers, plotters, and navigation logs and publications. Qualifies as a part of a program leading to the FAA Private Pilot Certificate.

AIRP 1451- Instrument Ground School:
A study of basic instrument radio and navigation fundamentals used in instrument flight. Topics include a description and practical use of navigation systems and instruments, charts used for instrument flight, and FAA regulations. Qualifies as a part of a program leading to a FAA Instrument Rating.

AIRP 1255- Intermediate Flight:
Provides students with flight hours and skills necessary to fulfill solo cross-country hours required for the FAA Instrument and Commercial Pilot, Single Engine Land ratings.

AIRP 2250- Instrument Flight:
Preparation for completion of the FAA Instrument Pilot Rating with mastery of all instrument procedures.

AIRP 2331- Advanced Meteorology:
Preparation for advanced aviation students to apply knowledge of varying meteorological factors including weather hazards to flight, techniques for minimizing weather hazards, and aviation weather services.

AIRP 2333- Aircraft Systems:
Study of the general principles, operation, and application of pneumatic, hydraulic, electrical, fuel, environmental, protection, and warning systems. Emphasis on types of aircraft structures and their control systems.

AIRP 2337- Commercial Ground School:
A study of advanced aviation topics that can be used for the FAA Commercial Single Engine Certificate. Includes preparation for the Commercial Airplane written test. Subjects include aircraft performance, aircraft weight, and balance, multiengine aerodynamics, FAA regulations relating to commercial and FAR Part 135.

AIRP 2239- Commercial Flight:
Flight instruction necessary to qualify for the FAA Commercial Pilot Certificate. Instruction includes both dual and solo flight training to prepare the student for mastery of all commercial pilot maneuvers.

AIRP 2242- Multiengine Flight:
Preparation for the multiengine class rating which will be added to a current pilot certificate. Includes explanation and demonstration of all required FAA normal and emergency operations and procedures.

AIRP 2349- Instructor Ground School:
Skill development in the fundamentals of teaching and learning in an aviation-oriented environment. Introduction to the techniques of instruction and analysis of flight maneuevers. Topics include flight instructor responsibilities and Federal Aviation Regulations relating to the instructor rating.

AIRP 2236- Certified Flight Instructor- Airplane:

Flight instruction necessary to qualify for the FAA Certified Flight Instructor Airplane Certificate. Topics include ground and flight instruction.