Non-Towered IFR

You're on your own when there's nobody to talk to. Your workload ma be higher, buy paying attention to a few details will make things go smoothly.

One of the benefits (and frequent challenges) of flying IFR is operating under positive ATC guidance and control. If you are operating only at towered airports, this is fairly simple. Clearance or ground control will issue your clearance, and when you land safely at your destination, they will make sure to close your flight plan. […]
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