Learn more about the challenges of high-density-altitude operations, flight planning and performance considerations, mountain weather, and more.
Approx. 30 minutes
Nonpilot flying companions can take this course to learn more about the fundamentals of aircraft control and basic emergency procedures.
This course offers an overview of vacuum and pressure-powered aircraft systems. It explains how pneumatic systems work, and how to handle and avoid pneumatic system failures. (Click here for the AMT version of the course.)
Radio communication is one of a pilot's core skills—and a cornerstone of safe flying. This course covers both VFR and IFR radio operations and will help you communicate properly, efficiently, and effectively from the cockpit.
Learn how ATC describes precipitation, what weather-radar services controllers can offer, and how to effectively communicate with ATC.
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