IFR Cross Country Planning
Federal Aviation Regulations require pilots to file an IFR Flight Plan so they can legally operate in controlled airspace under IFR. Every flight in IMC conditions requires pilots to use their ADM skills as much as they can so they can always stay two steps ahead of the airplane. Like any other flight, pilots need to mitigate risks by adequately planning their flight ahead of time. In this course, we will teach you all the things pilots should consider when planning an IFR Cross Country flight.
- Become familiar with all the factors pilots should become familiar when they plan a cross country flight under IFR.
- Learn about preferred IFR routes and how to fill the NAV LOG used for navigation.
- Gain knowledge on how to create and file an IFR Flight Plan.