The following is a list of items that will be covered
in the instrument ground school.
1.) Principles of Instrument Flight &
Flight Instrument Systems
Attitude Instrument Flying and
Instrument Navigation Systems
2.) IFR Flight Environment &
Federal Aviation Regulations
Air Traffic Control Systems
Airports, Airspace, and Flight Information
3.) Charts for Instrument Flight
Instrument Approach Charts
Enroute and Area Charts
Departure and Arrival Charts
4.) Instrument Approaches
5.) IFR Operational Considerations
Arrivals and Approaches
Printed Reports and Forecast
Graphic Weather Products and Services
7.) Airplane Performance Review
Predicting Airplane Performance
Controlling Weight and Balance
8.) Advanced Airplane Systems
Environmental and Ice Control Systems
Retractable Landing Gear
9.) IFR Flight Operations
IFR Flight Planning
IFR Emergency Procedures
IFR Decision Making and Flight
11.) Test Review
Instrument Pilot Course
This course is a natural follow on to the Private Pilot ground school. It is designed to teach the important steps in radio navigation and instrument procedures.
A syllabus is not currently available as a pdf. We will announce the next class availability based on student interest.
Spring 2016 Mar 3 - May26
· CURRENT SCHEDULE
· REQUIRED ASSIGNMENTS
· LEARNING SUPPLEMENTS
Click on the Class Sign-Up link to get on the list for the upcoming classes. They fill up really fast so sign up now.
Be sure to check with your manager prior to taking the class.
Books and Materials with the Course:
FAA-H-8083-15A Instrument Flying Handbook
FAR/AIM (current year)
Enroute Low Altitude Chart(current cycle)
U.S. Terminal Procedures Publication (current cycle)
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