Practicing Approaches

With modern avionics, getting the best bang for your training buck can mean taking different approaches to maintaining your instrument currency.

One of the instrument rating’s dirty little secrets that no one tells you about until it’s too late is the amount of recurrent training you need to legally fly IFR after the checkride. The details—along with options and potential loopholes—are in FAR 61.57, Recent flight experience: Pilot in command, portions of which we all know […]
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