Timothy Heron | Instrument Flying

Friday Focus on IFR

24 July 2015 1200 Z

Commit to Practice
“Compared to airline and corporate pilots who fly many more total
hours per year, and ostensibly more IMC hours, by any reasonable standard, the GA pilot’s level of experience is strikingly low. Since we must share a common airspace, comply with a common set of rules, and communicate with similar ATC facilities as our professional colleagues, it seems even more critical for us to practice to stay competent.”

Source: Instrument Flying:10 Indispensable Principles to Know and Remembe(p. 119-120). www.doubleillc.com.

 

 

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