The New IFR: Train For How You’ll Fly

As avionics manufacturers steadily increase the capabilities of our cockpits, instrument students should be demanding appropriate training.

At no time in aeronautical history have pilots had a wider choice when it comes to the type and capabilities of the cockpit presentation when they fly IFR. For an instrument-rated pilot who wants to rent from the local FBO, the avionics variety means that the checkout may take some time as he learns how […]
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