Flying IFR covers airmanship, weather analysis, flight planning and decision making, handling equipment glitches, and that critical survival skill partial panel flying are all presented for the sole objective of better preparing you to fly on IFR flight plans.
Flying IFR has Chapters dedicated to:
- Perfecting basic attitude instrument flying for the foundation of a successful IFR flight .
- Light airplane operation in the middle high-altitudes beginning at 18,000 feet .
- The relationship between systems including autopilots and instrument flying .
- Using all resources, including computers, to file flight plans, obtain and interpret weather information, and prepare flight plans for the best preflight readiness .
- Managing stress.
- IFR flight in and around ice, thunderstorms, and at night.