The National Airspace System course is designed to follow the learning format of The Complete CFI Binder. We encourage CFI Applicants to use this course as a supplemental study tool for the CFI Practical.
This course is designed to refresh your memory on details about the NAS that you may have forgotten since you got your Private ticket. You’ll re-learn, and in some cases, learn for the first time, some of the more important elusive details of the NAS. This course will help simplify and solidify everything you’ve been taught about airspace! We’ve developed this course to the Airline Transport Pilot (ATP) Knowledge and Certification Level (ATP-KCL), which means everything learned here will easily fit into any future training footprint you may become enrolled in at either a 91K, 135, or 121 air carrier.
In the National Airspace System Course. You’ll learn about Controlled, Uncontrolled, Special Use, and Other airspace. We’ll talk about the lateral and vertical dimensions of each airspace type, the associated speed limits, VFR weather minimums, and entry requirements. We’re going to cover all special use, and airspace classified as “other,” in-depth. Yep, you’re going to learn what your instructor didn’t teach you about all those nitty-gritty parts of special use and other airspace. There’s quite a few of them, some of which only exist in certain parts of the U.S.
The enrollment cost for this course is a one-time fee. You’ll retain full access to this course for the lifetime of either the course or your user account.
After taking this course, you’ll be knowledgeable in nearly every facet of airspace operations.
You’ll be taught Controlled, Uncontrolled, Other, and Special Use Airspace.
We present these subject areas with advanced multimedia (visual graphics, video, and textual content).
This is a three (3) hour course with approximately one-hour and thirty-minutes of collegiate-level video lectures. To successfully complete this course, the learner must complete a series of interactive quizzes with true/false and multiple-choice questions.
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