This course includes the first stage of commercial flight training and the first stage of instrument flight training. The commercial flight training builds solo cross-country experience in tailwheel aircraft and transition training in the Cessna 172. The focus is on visual flight reference. The instrument stage introduces basic attitude instrument flight and navigation, including basic G1000 skills. Emphasis is placed on basic airmanship. Includes 41 hours of flight and Aviation Training Device (ATD) time, tailwheel aircraft and a Cessna 172. Lab 2. Prerequisite(s): Private pilot certificate, AERF 1142 or AERF 1201. Pre or Corequisite(s): AERF 2103.