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SIGNATURE PROGRAMME

Diploma of Aviation Package
(CPL + MEAIR)

Flight One Academy’s flagship pilot training package combines the commercial pilot licence (CPL) diploma, multi engine endorsement and instrument rating (IR) diploma into a powerful double Diploma of Aviation. We’ve integrated these programmes because it makes sense: it provides the best possible combination of skills and qualifications for employability in the most time and cost efficient way possible.

 

Delivery Locations
Brisbane

Authentic Training Environment

As part of the Tisdall Aviation Group, Flight One Academy is has a unique capacity to provide students with the opportunity to undertake training within the context of a genuine aviation industry setting. Tisdall Aviation Group operates a charter fleet, FBO services and aircraft engineering operations directly from the training base.

intakes
TBA
Tuition Fees
VSL Approved
Duration
18-26 months (FT)
Study Mode
On Campus
CRICOS
Pending

TUITION FEES
(VET STUDENT LOANS)

You Pay: $0 Gap
TBA
$160,776 Indexed Loan Cap

VET Student Loan available subject to eligibility and creates a debt that must be repaid to the Commonwealth. Non-tuition fees apply. See Course Fees for full details.

Qualification Overview

Why Study the Double Diploma of Aviation

Studying the Double Diploma of Aviation with Flight One Academy is a journey towards becoming a professional pilot through a sensible, flexible training system ideal for those busy with work and / or study commitments.

Our bespoke, customer-first training methodology allows trainees to liaise directly with their instructors to establish lesson timing around commitments, whilst sustaining a suitable rate of progress and participation.

Training is conducted in phases aligned to CASA licence and rating requirements; meaning graduates move into industry with nationally recognised qualifications, in addition to CASA pilot licence and relevant ratings and endorsements.

In this signature double qualification, upon completion of your PPL, as you move into the CPL phase, you will integrate the Multi-engine Instrument Rating (MEAIR) skill building and assessments. Once achieve and combined with the CPL, the MEAIR enables you to undertake commercial flights in poor weather, at night and in other low – visibility conditions in a single or twin engine aircraft for which you are endorsed.

This powerful combination and integrated training provides greater efficiencies, cost effectiveness and enhanced employability upon graduation.

Things You’ll Learn

  • Operate aircraft at controlled and non-controlled aerodromes
  • Manage normal and abnormal flight situations
  • Manage aircraft passengers and cargo
  • Operate twin engine aircraft
  • Operate and navigate aircraft using flight instruments
  • Perform instrument arrivals and departures
  • 2D global navigation satellite system
  • Implement threat and error management strategies

Flying Hours

You can expect to gain at least 236 hours of logged flight time of which 100 will be solo flying. In addition, you will undertake approximately 24 hours of simulator flight training and nearly 200 hours of one-on-one or group briefings to assist with theory training.

VET Student Loans

VET Student Loans is available to eligible applicants and provides cover for up to the full course tuition fee amount payable for this packaged. (VET Student Loans is available subject to eligibility requirements and creates a debt that must be repaid to the Commonwealth.)

Single Diplomas

At Flight One Academy, we aim to offer a flexible, affordable and student-oriented flight training experience underpinned by Tisdall Aviation Group’s renowned safety and quality. This Double Diploma package is also available as individual qualifications: Single Diploma Commercial Pilot Licence page → | Single Diploma Multi-engine Instrument Rating page →

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Meet your Instructors

Clint Dudman

Chief Instructor, Head of School
Clint is a flight training veteran, with over a decade of commercial piloting and aviation training experience. Clint is also the linchpin of Flight One - our CASA approved flight training and charter operation.

Tim Enright

Grade One Flight Instructor
Tim is qualified as a Multi Engine and Instrument Flight Rated Grade One Instructor. As a flight training veteran with over twenty-three years in the aviation industry, no challenge is too big for Tim to solve. With his ability to jump into any of our various flight training programmes, Tim’s experience proves invaluable to the rest of the team.

Aaron Albert

Aaron Albert
Building on years of experience with Virgin Australia's renowned cabin crew team, Aaron transitioned to Commercial Piloting and having completed his Flight Instructor Rating with Flight One, now shares his airline experience and passion for flying with beginner and advanced students alike.

Graden Dare

Flight Instructor
A graduate of our in-house Flight Instructor programme, Graden brings to the team extensive experience as a CPL ground-school and flight instructor. With his flexible teaching styles and high attention to detail, Graden is always willing to lend a hand to anyone in need.

Brendan Hoffman

Flight Instructor
A graduate of our in-house Flight Instructor Programme, Brendan brings a keen professional edge to our flight instructing team. Sharing the cockpit with Brendan is an enjoyable experience, often filled with good humour. Brendan ensures that every flight will have you walking away having learnt something valuable.

Course Details

Course Information

Course Details

Qualification AVI50219 Diploma of Aviation (CPL-Aeroplane) +
AVI50419 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating)
Training Provider Flight One Academy (RTO 45165)
Training Location Archerfield Airport, Brisbane

Introduction

Flight One Academy has the privilege of being both a CASA certified Flight Training Organisation and a Registered Training Organisation (RTO). These combined approvals allows us to deliver theory and practical training and assessments toward Australian pilot licences through formal Australian Qualifications Framework diplomas and offer VET Student Loans as a payment option.

Training is conducted at Archerfield Airport in Brisbane, Australia, by experienced aviation trainers utilising authentic training equipment and well maintained aircraft. As has been the case at Flight One for over a decade, Flight One Academy’s ethos revolves around diligent customer service – this is expressed in our boutique approach to scheduling lessons and working with each client as an individual facing the challenges of living in an increasingly expensive and time poor world.

As part of a broader aviation group that includes VIP and business chartering, airport FBO services and CASA approved aircraft maintenance and repair operations, we are able to offer a genuinely industry driven, innovative programmes with integrated theory and practical training to ensure that you are job ready upon graduation. Please visit About Us to learn more about our Academy and the broader Tisdall Aviation Group.

Our flagship double Diploma of Aviation will help you build the skills and experience to ignite a lifelong career in aviation, and progress you through to a dream role – whether your dream is in charter, freight, general aviation or flying with a domestic or international airline.

About Commercial Piloting

Commercial pilots carry out the safety critical activity of flight for reward in support of a wide range of clients. The vast array of activities undertaken include charter, aeromedical, passenger transport, photography and survey work.

Commercial pilots learn to utilise sophisticated electrical components of aircraft such as on board computers, radio and Global Navigation Satellite System (GPS) directional equipment.

The demand for qualified Pilots is an international trend, and the Commercial Pilot is well placed to pursue career paths in general aviation, regular passenger (airline) transport and specialised operational roles.

What is the Multi Engine Instrument Rating (MEIR) and why integrate it?

A Multi Engine endorsement provides you with the skills and necessary approval to fly aircraft with more than one engine, therefore carry a greater payload or number of passengers. This programme includes flight training in twin engine aircraft such as Beechcraft Seneca or the heavier Baron upon request. An Instrument Rating provides you with permission to undertake flights in a much broader range of conditions including at night and in poor weather. For this reason, holders of the Multi Engine Instrument Rating enjoy greater employability as they are more capable and have a greater range of aeronautical experience.

Outcomes

The Double Diploma of Aviation Package programme is designed around the concept of licence readiness – providing each graduate with the CASA theory and associated examinations required for a licence outcome. The programme is built for beginners and provides the ideal platform to launch a career as a professional pilot in the General Aviation or Airline sectors.

The course includes formal theory training aligned to the knowledge requirements within the Civil Aviation Safety Regulations, and assessments that are delivered under Flight One’s CASA Part 141 Flight Training Organisation Approval Certificate. When combined with our extensive practical training, this structure empowers our graduates and prepares them to seize career opportunities as they arise.

To be eligible to apply for a CASA Pilot Licence, graduates must also meet CASA’s stipulated requirements including exams and flight tests conducted by CASA appointed testing officers. The expected CASA licence, rating and endorsement outcomes of this course, subject to demonstrated competencies, are:

  • Recreational Pilot Licence (RPL)
  • Private Pilot Licence (PPL)
  • Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL)
  • Instrument Rating (IR)
  • Multi-Engine Class Rating (MEA)

Exposure to Navigation Aids may include:

  • Non-Directional Beacon (NDB)
  • VHF Omni Directional Radio Range (VOR)
  • Instrument Landing System (ILS) / Localiser (LLZ)
  • Distance Measuring Equipment (DME) or GPS Arrival (DGA)
  • Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)

The expected Nationally Recognised Training (NRT) formal qualification outcomes, subject to demonstrated competencies, are:

  • AVI50219 Diploma of Aviation (CPL-Aeroplane)
  • AVI50419 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating)

Training & Assessment Arrangements

Training is conducted at Archerfield Airport in Brisbane, Australia, via face to face classroom learning by experienced flight instructors utilising an extensive training fleet and simulators.

Assessments for this programme are conducted and invigilated in accordance with the requirements of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) and the Australian Skills Quality Authority (ASQA). Assessments may include, but are not limited to, multiple choice, short answer, short essays, group work under observation and practical aviation assessments.

Recognition For Prior Learning (RPL)

Applicants with well documented previous training and/or experience may be eligible for Recognition for Prior Learning toward Units of Competency included in this qualification. Please advise at the time of application if you are seeking RPL.

Delivery Mode

The course is delivered face to face on campus, supported by online learning facilities. Our bespoke, customer-first training methodology allows trainees to liaise directly with their instructors to establish lesson timing around commitments, and undertake self-guided learning and individual or small group briefings to achieve theory competencies, rather than being required to join scheduled classroom activities. It is important to note that whilst our instructors provide flexibility, there are constraints caused by aircraft and instructor availability and the requirements of the VET Student Loans system. A suitable rate of progress, participation and professionalism must be maintained at all times.

Students undertaking this course are expected to wear the uniform provided.

Syllabus Details

RPL1

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

11

10.4

0.2

0.0

C172

 

The RPL1 phase introduces the concepts and principles of aircraft flight and contains the initial fundamentals of piloting a single engine aeroplane. Training is conducted in a Cessna 172S – one of the world’s most famous, safe and reliable training and private passenger aircraft, this phase concludes with the first solo flight.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Taking off
  • Climbing
  • Flying straight and level
  • Turning
  • Descending
  • Circuits
  • Landing

Theoretical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Pre-solo

ASQA Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVIF0023 Apply aircraft safety procedures
  • AVIF0035 Manage human factors in aviation operations
  • AVIE0006 Maintain aircraft radio communications
  • AVIW0029 Manage pre- and post-flight actions
  • AVIY0054 Control aeroplane on the ground
  • AVIY0055 Take off aeroplane
  • AVIY0057 Land aeroplane

RPL2

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

10

6.3

2.4

0.0

C172S

 

The RPL2 phase builds on the initial skills to include more advanced techniques, awareness building, independence and developing solo flight confidence.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Steeper turns
  • Forced landings
  • Cross wind circuits

CASA Theoretical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • CPL Aircraft general knowledge (CSYA)
  • CPL Human Factors (CHUF)
  • Area Solo

Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVIF0026 Implement aviation risk management processes
  • AVIF0027 Implement aviation fatigue risk management processes
  • AVIF0029 Implement threat and error management strategies
  • AVIW0032 Operate and manage aircraft systems

 

RPL3

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

10

8.4

2.04

1.04

C172S

 

The RPL3 phase introduces precautionary search and landing techniques and introduces use of the flight instruments to navigate and control the aircraft (Instrument Flight). Additionally, solo flight is consolidated leading to the Recreational Pilot Licence flight test. Upon completion of this phase, trainees will receive their Recreational Pilot Licence – the first major milestone in the journey to achieving the CPL.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Short field take off and landing
  • Precautionary search and landing
  • Instrument flight
  • Recreational pilot licence flight test

Theoretical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • CPL Aeroplane Aerodynamics (CADA)
  • Basic Aeronautical Knowledge Exam
  • Recreational Pilot Licence Exam

Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVIY0034 Operate in controlled airspace
  • AVIY0035 Operate in Class G airspace
  • AVIY0036 Operate at non-towered aerodromes
  • AVIY0037 Operate at a controlled aerodrome
  • AVIH0010 Plan a flight under visual flight rules
  • AVIH0014 Navigate aircraft under visual flight rules

 

PPL1

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

11

20.06

8.36

0.00

C172S

 

The PPL1 phase focusses extensively on navigation. Due to the scarcity of population centres in regional areas, Australia has some of the best flight navigation training available in the world.

This ensure that pilots are well equipped and skilled to safely journey across vast distances to remote, isolated communities.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Navigation
  • Upper airwork
  • CASA Private Pilot Licence (PPL-A) flight test

CASA Theoretical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • PPL theory exam

Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVIF0030 Manage safe flight operations
  • AVIY0046 Execute advanced aeroplane manoeuvres and procedures
  • AVIY0047 Manage abnormal aeroplane flight situations
  • AVIY0056 Control aeroplane in normal flight
  • AVIY0058 Manage aircraft fuel
  • AVIZ0006 Manage situational awareness in aircraft flight

 

CPL1

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

10

1.3

36.5

0.0

C162

 

The first CPL phase involves lots of flying, with the emphasis on solo hour building. As a Private Pilot Licence holder, trainees are able to create interesting flight plans and also carry private (non paying) passengers. Much of the flying in this phase is conducted in the Cessna 162, a smaller and more economical aircraft.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Cessna 162 conversion
  • Hour building

CASA Theoretical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • CPL Meteorology (CMET)
  • CPL Navigation (CNAV)

ASQA Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVIO0017 Manage disruptive behaviour and unlawful interference with aviation
  • AVIF0033 Manage aircraft passengers and cargo

 

CPL2

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

6

10.42

2.30

4.30

C172S

 

CPL2 introduces basic instrument flight in more detail as well as the use of navigational aids. Some training in this phase is conducted in the flight simulator, the Alsim 250, a modern, immersive and highly versatile CASA approved simulated flight trainer.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • General handling
  • Advanced Navigation
  • Instrument flight and use of navigation aids
  • Hour building

ASQA Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVIY0040 Apply aeronautical knowledge to aviation operations

 

CPL3

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

4

7.2

28.02

0.02

C172S

 

CPL3 builds on CPL2 with more practice, focusing on longer and more complex flights. Instrument flight and navigation aid use is further expanded on during these navigation exercises.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Advanced Navigation cont.
  • Instrument flight and navaid cont.
  • Hour building

ASQA Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVIO0017 Manage disruptive behaviour and unlawful interference with aviation
  • AVIF0033 Manage aircraft passengers and cargo

 

CPL4

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

1

0.00

23.1

4.3

C172S

 

The fourth CPL phase involves extensive flying with more challenging sorties, exposure to passenger and customer care and management as well as additional simulator training.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Advanced simulator training
  • Hour building

CASA Theoretical training and assessment in this phase include:

ASQA Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVIY0041 Apply the principles of civil air law to aviation operations

 

CPL5

WEEKS DUAL FLIGHTS SOLO FLIGHTS SIMULATOR AIRCRAFT

8

18.2

5.0

0.0

Various
(Advanced)

 

CPL5 is the final phase of training for the Commercial Pilot Licence course and culminates in the CASA CPL Flight test.

CPL5 involves considerable flying dual (with an instructor) to review technique and knowledge in preparation for the flight test. Multiple long navigation missions are flown before a final pre-flight test check flight.

Practical training and assessment in this phase include:

  • Dual and solo navigation exercises
  • Instrument flight / Navaid consolidation
  • CPL pre-test check flight
  • CASA Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL-A) flight test

ASQA Formal Diploma units commenced in this phase include:

  • AVILIC0003 Licence to operate a commercial aeroplane

 

 

Tuition Fees Overview

Double Diploma of Aviation (CPL) + Instrument Rating (IR) Tuition Fee Information

  • Full Indicative Tuition Fee for this qualification: $TBA
  • Tuition fees payable in instalments
  • VET Student Loans is approved for this course
  • Additional (Non-Tuition) Fees apply. Details below.
  • All amounts are in Australian Dollars

Domestic Student Tuition Fees – VET Student Loans (VSL)

  • Total Gap Fee for this qualifications tuition fees that you will need to pay upfront: $0
  • Maximum Loan Cover for this qualification: $162,200
  • VSL Indexed Loan Cap for this qualification: $162,200

This course is approved for the Commonwealth Government VET Student Loan scheme with no out of pocket “gap” fee to pay. There are, however, some expenses you will need to pay yourself as some items can not be covered by a VET Student Loan. Full details are provided below.

VET Student Loan availability is subject to eligibility requirements and creates a debt that must be repaid to the Commonwealth. Please see the Tuition Fee VSL Schedules below and visit our VSL Information page for guidance and instructions if you are planning to use VET Student Loans to assist with the payment of your tuition fees. You can also view the relevant policies on our Policies & Procedures page.

VSL payment schedules for each intake are published prior to commencement and can be viewed below.

Domestic Student Tuition Fees – Self Funded

If you do not wish to, or are not eligible to use VSL to pay your tuition fees, you are welcome to pay the Full Tuition Fee for this qualification directly (self-funding) on an instalment schedule. If you are eligible for VET Student Loans, you can also mix the use of VSL and self funded payments.

Additional (Non-Tuition) / Other Fees

There are costs associated with this qualification that are not included in the tuition fees (and therefore, in accordance with ASQA regulations, are not eligible for VET Student Loans cover). It is important to be financially prepared for these costs to reduce the likelihood of disruptions to your training.

  • Material Fee ($1,800 approx): The Material Fee will be stated in the Letter of Offer and is paid upon acceptance of the offer. The Material Fee covers various training materials required upon commencement of the course including (but not limited to):
    • Pilot Briefcase and stationery, uniform shirts
    • Textbooks, flight documents and charts
    • Tools and equipment required for flight planning and navigation
    • Third party pilot aptitude placement assessment
  • Pilot Headset: As soon as practicable, pilot trainees will need to purchase, from their preferred supplier, a pilot headset of their choice, preferably in the range of $600 (good quality) to $1,650 (premium quality). Our instructors will assist you to determine the most suitable headset to meet your needs and budget.
  • Aviation Medical Examinations: Students commencing this qualification are required to undertake medical examinations specified and regulated by the Australian Civil Aviation Authority (CASA). Medical examinations are arranged by the student at the student’s expense a minimum of 28 days prior to commencement. Further information will be provided in the formal Letter of Offer. We also recommend that you consult CASA’s website here: www.casa.gov.au/licences-and-certificates/aviation-medicals/medical-certificates/classes-medical-certificate. CASA Designated Aviation Medical Examiners can be located here: www.casa.gov.au/content-search/medical-and-eye-examiners. Medical examination and associated fees are not included in the tuition fees (and are therefore not covered by VET Student Loans).
  • Aviation Security ID Card (ASIC): All students will be required to successfully apply for an ASIC costing approximately $230. This is done through a third party and assistance will be provided during the onboarding stage prior to commencement.
  • Remedial Flights: Flight lessons that need to be repeated as a result of a competency not being achieved are called Remedial Flights. Trainees should expect that from time to time, remedial flights may be necessary, or may wish to voluntarily repeat a flight. Fees associated with remedial flights will need to be paid at the time of booking and can not be covered by VET Student Loans. The cost of remedial flights depend on the nature and length of the repeated lesson and can range from $480 to over $2,000. It is therefore essential that trainees have some savings or credit set aside for remedial flights to avoid the possibility of training being suspended.
  • Exams: Additional or repeated exams are not included in the tuition fees (and are therefore not covered by VET Student Loans).
  • Options / Upgrades: Pilot trainees who request additional optional flights and/or aircraft upgrades will incur additional fees that are not included in the tuition fees (and are therefore not covered by VET Student Loans).

Tuition Fee Schedules - VET Student Loans

TBA

Tuition Fee Schedules - Self Funded

TBA

Units of Competency

Units finalised during CPL Phase of Package

Core units

AVIE0006

Maintain aircraft radio communications

AVIF0026

Implement aviation risk management processes

AVIF0027

Implement aviation fatigue risk management processes

AVIF0029

Implement threat and error management strategies

AVIF0030

Manage safe flight operations

AVIF0033

Manage aircraft passengers and cargo

AVIF0035

Manage human factors in aviation operations

AVIH0010

Plan a flight under visual flight rules

AVIH0014

Navigate aircraft under visual flight rules

AVILIC0003

Licence to operate a commercial aeroplane

AVIO0017

Manage disruptive behaviour and unlawful interference with aviation

AVIW0029

Manage pre- and post-flight actions

AVIW0032

Operate and manage aircraft systems

AVIY0033

Operate aircraft using aircraft flight instruments

AVIY0034

Operate in controlled airspace

AVIY0035

Operate in Class G airspace

AVIY0036

Operate at non-towered aerodromes

AVIY0037

Operate at a controlled aerodrome

AVIY0040

Apply aeronautical knowledge to aviation operations

AVIY0041

Apply the principles of civil air law to aviation operations

AVIY0046

Execute advanced aeroplane manoeuvres and procedures

AVIY0047

Manage abnormal aeroplane flight situations

AVIY0054

Control aeroplane on the ground

AVIY0055

Take off aeroplane

AVIY0056

Control aeroplane in normal flight

AVIY0057

Land aeroplane

AVIY0058

Manage aircraft fuel

AVIZ0006

Manage situational awareness in aircraft flight

General elective units

AVIF0023

Apply aircraft safety procedures

AVIH0015

Plan a flight under night visual flight rules

AVIH0016

Navigate aircraft under night visual flight rules

AVIN0003

Command an aircraft in a multi-crew environment

AVIN0004

Supervise and manage safe flight operations as pilot in command

AVIW0026

Conduct night vision imaging system operations

AVIY0073

Operate aircraft in the traffic pattern at night

AVIZ0002

Maintain and manage situational awareness as pilot in command


Units finalised during MEAIR Phase of Package

Core units

AVIF0029

Implement threat and error management strategies

AVIF0030

Manage safe flight operations

AVIH0013

Plan a flight under instrument flight rules

AVIH0017

Navigate aircraft under instrument flight rules

AVIW0032

Operate and manage aircraft systems

AVIY0033

Operate aircraft using aircraft flight instruments

AVIY0044

Conduct a 2D instrument approach

AVIY0050

Perform instrument arrival and standard arrival route procedures

AVIY0073

Operate aircraft in the traffic pattern at night

AVIY0074

Perform non-published instrument departure procedures

AVIY0075

Perform published instrument departure procedures

AVIY0076

Perform visual circling approach

AVIY0081

Conduct a 2D global navigation satellite system non-precision instrument approach

Specialist elective units

AVIH0015

Plan a flight under night visual flight rules

AVIH0016

Navigate aircraft under night visual flight rules

AVIY0045

Conduct a 3D instrument approach

AVIY0072

Operate a multi-engine aeroplane

AVIY0077

Conduct a 2D non-directional beacon instrument approach

AVIY0078

Conduct a 2D very high frequency omni-directional radio range instrument approach

AVIY0079

Conduct a 3D instrument landing system instrument approach

AVIY0080

Conduct a 2D distance measuring equipment global navigation satellite system instrument approach

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