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IPC Prep: Rusty IFR Pilot Course
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Brush up on your IFR knowledge and get ready for your next IPC. Be able to impress your instructor with everything you know about flying in the clouds! Whether it's been 6 months or 16 years since you last flew IFR, this is the perfect course to bring you back up to speed and get you ready to renew your instrument ticket!

7 Lessons

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Time to shake some of the rust out of those clouds!

In this course, we’ll help to freshen up your instrument flying knowledge prior to you going and taking your IPC.  Whether its been 6 months or 16 years since you last flew in IMC, this is a great starting place for you!

What’s in this course:

  • Instrument approaches
  • Jeppesen and Standard FAA Plates
  • Holding procedures
  • Intercepting and tracking courses using NAVAIDs
  • Unusual Attitudes
  • Steep turns
  • Partial panel
  • IFR communications
  • A full IPC flight and ground session.

What you’ll get out of this course:

  • Prep for your IPC
  • Enhanced knowledge of flying IFR
  • Knock off the rust of some of the regs and procedures you may have forgotten over time
  • See an actual IPC and watch how it goes on the ground and in the air with the full videos!

How long does this take?

Expect to spend about 2-4 hours on this course in total (depending on how you feel about your instrument proficiency level).  Feel free to spend longer and revisit the LESSONS and TOPICS as many times as you’d like.

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  1. By CRJdriver on December 28, 2017
    Awesome to start studying for my instrument rating! Haven't finished the ppl yet, but looking forward to starting my instrument ticket!