Hard IFR?

The term isn't well-defined, but can involve weather, complex airspace and much more. Making it easier means better training, automation and planning.

Pull up a digital copy of the FAA’s regulations and search for “hard IFR.” Can’t find it anywhere in the FARs, can you? That’s because it’s one of those terms that everybody understands on one level but really can’t agree on a definition for. It’s a popular term though: you’ll hear it from instructors, hangar-flying […]
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