About this course
Single-pilot IFR is the most challenging activity in aviation. The pilot cannot become overwhelmed because of errors and inefficient practices.
In recent times I have been asked to consider the Instrument-Airplane checkride, write about it, and perhaps create a Power Point presentation for live audiences or webinars. I don’t have enough material to create a series of IFR checkride articles, but I believe I can write one IFR checkride article that will be helpful. Here goes.
The applicant knows there is a lower altitude available but doesn't know when to initiate the descent.
Small errors can become a real problem if they pile up and snowball.
Some applicants become frustrated and confused if they can’t ID a station while sitting on the ground.
A few other errors I've seen recently.
I'll close with a simple question
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