Learn flight instrument systems, altitude instrument
flying, Federal Aviation Regulations, air traffic control system, instrument
charts, instrument approaches, weather, graphic weather products, high
altitude considerations and IFR flight planning. All instruction is designed
to prepare students in passing the examination and certification as an
instrument-rated pilot. To earn credit for this class, participants must
pass a written exam. After satisfactory completion of the course,
participants can sit for the FAA written exam. Tuition does NOT include the
FAA exam fee.
In this 42 hour class you will study flight instrument systems, altitude
instrument flying, FAR, air traffic control systems, instrument
charts, instrument approaches, weather, graphic weather products,
high altitude considerations and IFR flight planning. This class is designed for students interested in taking the FAA instrument rating exam.
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