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Beginners Guide to Keeping Flight Logbooks in Tip-Top Shape

Beginners Guide to Keeping Flight Logbooks in Tip-Top Shape - CAU

Few professions require flight logbooks, especially ones that are still mainly book-style, made of paper, and need handwritten signatures (not done electronically). But as a pilot, keeping logbooks is critical to tracking your flight training and aviation growth, including hours flown in specific aircraft and the number of landings. It may be challenging at first …

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Tips and Tricks to Stay Up to Date on IFR Training

IFR Training - California Aeronautical University

For pilots, it is important to stay up to date on IFR training. These 3 tips can help every pilot keep their instrument rating skills sharp.  [lwptoc numeration=”none”] Flying by instruments alone in adverse weather conditions is not easy, and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is well aware of the many challenges it presents. That …

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When IFR Flight Training Is Necessary

When IFR Flight Training Is Necessary

Is IFR training really necessary? Technically not—plenty of private pilots fly quite happily without it— but working on an instrument rating is always a good idea, whether or not you plan on flying for pay on the side or as a lifelong career. IFR flight training requires a great deal of hard work and a …

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Why IFR Training Is Important

Why IFR Training Is Important

When pilots use the term “your IFR” or “the IFR,” they are referring to “instrument rating requirements.” In aviation, “IFR” stands for “Instrument Flight Rules.” Having an IFR rating means that a pilot is authorized to fly in conditions of low visibility—specifically, with a ceiling below 1,000 feet above ground level, and/or visibility of one …

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