In Northern Europe it is rare to see two consecutive days when the weather is perfect for flight without reference to instruments. If a pilot wants to operate in the greatest variety of weather conditions and airspace, he must be capable of interpreting the instruments and must know and understand the procedures that have been designed to safely transport and aircraft and its passengers from one airport to another, in even the most difficult weather and most exacting airspace.
Subjects covered include:
- Instrument Flight.
- Use of radio navigation aids.
- let-down and approach procedures.
- Airways Flight.
- The Instrument Rating Test.
- How to pass!