Groundschool. Session 1. The National Airspace System, Air Traffic Control. (IFH Chapters 1&2). Requirements for an Instrument Rating. Private Pilot or higher certificate. 50 hours of cross-country flight time as pilot in command.
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Groundschool Session 1 The National Airspace System Air Traffic Control IFH Chapters 1amp2 Requirements for an Instrument Rating Private Pilot or higher certificate 50 hours of crosscountry flight time as pilot in command ID: 205383 Download Presentation
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Requirements for Issue of Rating An applicant for an Instrument Rating shall satisfy the following requirements a Knowledge He shall pass a written and oral examination in Air Regulations ir Navigation Aviation Meteorology and Instrument Rating as p
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IK. November 2014. Instrument Kernel. 2. The Instrument Kernel serves as a repository for instrument specific information that may be useful within the SPICE context.. Always included:. Specifications for an instrument’s field-of-view (FOV) size, shape, and orientation.