An Instrument Proficiency Check is a full review of knowledge and procedures needed to fly an aircraft on an instrument flight plan and fly under instrument meteorological flight conditions.
Instrument Proficiency Check Requirements
CFI HOURLY RATE
AIRCRAFT HOURLY RATE
What Will We Cover?
Weather & Alternates
Special Use Airspace
Holds and Entries
Missed Approach Procedures
XC Flight Planning
Aircraft Systems Knowledge
Aircraft Control Skills
Aeronautical Decision Making
Approaches (Precision, NonPrecision, Circling, Missed Approach)
Partial Panel Approach and Flight
Your instructor will meet your needs and cover topics related to your experience, aircraft type, and recent experience. Upon completion of the ground portion of the proficiency check, you will be up to date on the latest regulations and advancements in flight instrumentation.
Your instructor will cover a variety of instrument procedures with you, ranging from instrument departures to instrument approaches partial panel. By the end of the flight, you will feel confident to safely operate your airplane in instrument conditions with a high degree of proficiency.
Once your instructor is satisfied with your knowledge, decision making, and flying skills, you will receive a logbook endorsement from your instructor and your instrument proficiency check will be complete.
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