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PIEDMONT AIRLINES AND DELAWARE STATE UNIVERSITY Pilot Pipeline Interview Program   Delaware State University is pleased to offer qualifying graduates of the DSU Professional Pilot Program a guaranteed interview for future employment at Piedmont Airlines. This partnership serves as a pathway for talented DSU pilots to land an airline job early in their careers. Whereas before, graduates would toil through the ranks of aspiring airline pilots seeking opportunities to qualify for an interview with a regional or major air carrier, the Piedmont/Delaware State University partnership provides the opportunity for qualifying pilots to move directly from the DSU Certified Flight Instructor seat to the seat of Piedmont Airlines.  

PA-38-112 PIlot's Operating Handbook

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            Tomahawk PA-38-112   Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Section 2 Limitations Section 3 Emergency Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures (Maneuvers) Section 5 Aircraft Performance (General) Section 5 Aircraft Performance (Graphs)     - Take off     - Climb and Cruise     - Best Power/Range/Glide     - Landing Section 6 Weight and Balance Section 7 Description and Operation of Systems     - Part I     - Part II  

PA-28R-201 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Arrow PA-28R-201     Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Specifications Section 2 Limitations Section 3 Emergency Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures (Maneuvers) Section 5 Aircraft Performance     - Take Off     - Climb and Cruise     - Descend and Landing Section 6 Weight and Balance Section 7 Description and Operation of Systems     - Part I     - Part II  

PA-28-151 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Warrior PA-28-151   Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Section 2 Limitations Section 3 Emergency Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures (Maneuvers) Section 5 Aircraft Performance     - General     - Takeoff and Climb     - Cruise, Decent, Landing Section 6 Weight and Balance Section 7 Description and Operation of Systems     - Part I     - Part II

PA-34-200 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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          Seneca PA-34-200        Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1  General Specifications Section 2  Airplane And Systems Section 3  Airplane Flight Manual Section 4  Weight and Balance Section 6  Operating Instructions Section 8  Airplane Performance

PA-28R-200 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Arrow PA-28R-200     Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Specifications Section 2 Airplane and Systems Section 3 Airplane Flight Manual Section 4 Emergency Procedures Section 5 Weight and Balance Section 7 Operating Instructions Section 9 Aircraft Performance

PA-28-161 Pilot's Operating Handbook

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            Warrior PA-28-161   Pilot's Operating Handbook Section 1 General Section 2 Limitations Section 3 Emergency Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures Section 4 Normal Procedures (Maneuvers) Section 5 Aircraft Performance (General) Section 5 Aircraft Performance (Graphs)     - Take off     - Climb and Cruise     - Landing Section 6 Weight and Balance Section 7 Description and Operation of Systems     - Part I     - Part II

Flight Operations Manual

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Delaware State University Aviation Program Flight Operations Manual January 2014 (Revised 04-01-2014) This document includes the Safety Practices and Procedures required by 14 CFR Part 141.93(3)(i) through (x) Click here to download the complete Training Course Outline  

Flight Planning and Manuals

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Aviation Department Office
Ms. Marlene Cox
Phone:  302-857-6713
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  We train tomorrow's airline, corporate and military pilots today! The Aviation Program provides students with quality education and experience in preparation for careers in the aviation industry. Curricula in the Program lead to a Bachelor's of Science degree with concentrations in Aviation Management or Professional Pilot. With the lowest overall lab fees in aviation, its own fleet of ten aircraft and an experienced and dedicated instructor staff, Delaware State University is simply the best Flight Education opportunity on the east coast of the United States. The faculty of the Aviation Program subscribe to the philosophy and the mission of Delaware State University and the College of Business. The mission of the Program is to provide an industry standard and relevant educational experience that produces high quality aviation professionals who distinguish themselves and reflect the quality of their aviation program education. Aviation Management graduates will be qualified for advanced training to fill the future vacancies in Air Traffic Control, Federal Aviation Administration, airline companies, and the airport administration career fields.   Professional Pilot graduates will complete their FAA requirements for Private Pilot, Instrument, Commercial, Multi-Engine and Certified Flight Instructor ratings while earning their Bachelor's Degree. Graduates of our FAA Approved Part 141 Aviation program get hired. The Delaware State flight training program will open the door to commercial and/or military aviation careers for those with the ability and tenacity to meet the rigorous academic and physical skills demanded of them.   The pillars of the Aviation Program are Dedication, Safety, Unity, Attitude, and Professionalism. Current flight training lab fees vary between $3,255 and $9,486 for each fixed-wing certification and $10,458 and $20,320 for each helicopter certification and are subject to revision. Charges incurred for FAA flight physicals, knowledge exams and certification flight tests with FAA flight examiners are the responsibility of the student seeking certification. Our program is approved by the State of Delaware Education Department for Veterans flight training. Make your mark on the world in the air!  Select the tabs on the left sidebar or call for more information.        
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