WEFOUNDInstrument Flight Training Manual As Developed by Professional Instrument Courses, Inc. 3rd Ed. by Dogan, Peter (1999) Paperback


Having your Instrument Rating will make you a more proficient, competent and confident pilot. You will have greater confidence when landing at a new or unfamiliar airport. Most importantly, your Instrument rating will increase your safety. Being prepared and able to handle any change in the weather,  will make you and your passengers safer.

The length of time it takes to earn your Instrument Rating depends upon how often you fly. You can receive your Instrument rating in as little as 30 days if you fly everyday. Most students fly on average 2-3 times per week. At this pace you can receive your Instrument rating in as little as 90 days.

Once you receive your Instrument, you will be able to fly in weather with lower visibility. This means you can fly in known low visibility areas, like on the coast when there is a marine layer and over the mountains when it is cloudy. Additionally, flying in IFR weather with a flight plan will often give you priority to land at busy airports. When the airport knows you are arriving before you even take off, they can plan better for your arrival.

Having your Instrument Rating will make you a more proficient, competent and confident pilot. You will have greater confidence when landing at a new or unfamiliar airport. Most importantly, your Instrument rating will increase your safety. Being prepared and able to handle any change in the weather,  will make you and your passengers safer.

The length of time it takes to earn your Instrument Rating depends upon how often you fly. You can receive your Instrument rating in as little as 30 days if you fly everyday. Most students fly on average 2-3 times per week. At this pace you can receive your Instrument rating in as little as 90 days.

Once you receive your Instrument, you will be able to fly in weather with lower visibility. This means you can fly in known low visibility areas, like on the coast when there is a marine layer and over the mountains when it is cloudy. Additionally, flying in IFR weather with a flight plan will often give you priority to land at busy airports. When the airport knows you are arriving before you even take off, they can plan better for your arrival.

Built to TSO-C7d standards, the aircraft magnetic compass is constructed using military grade materials and processes to ensure reliable quality.
An easy, seamless fit in the cockpit instrument panel.

Compass panel mount saves room in the cockpit instrument panel and makes installation easy peasy.
Liquid magnetic compass is easy to operate and allows clear reading of magnetic bearing in navigation.

The symbolic aircraft on the instrument glass represents the lubber line for reading the heading of the airplane from the compass card. Lights are added to the compass for assisting navigation at night or in poor light.


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