- Ground Training: Successful completion of the course
will enable the qualified helicopter instrument pilot with a comprehensive
review of the IFR system, aircraft systems and components, a thorough
understanding of the regulations and procedures of IFR flight, and
a review of weather reports and forecasts pertinent to IFR operations.
- Flight Training: To insure complete knowledge and
proficiency of helicopter IFR operations, to demonstrate and practice
all IFR flight maneuvers and to establish proficiency and safety in
every phase of flight.
* This course is designed specifically for helicopter pilots possessing current
FAA certificates with appropriate instrument ratings or the equivalent licenses
issued by a foreign regulatory agency.
Classroom presentations will cover the cockpit controls and instrumentation,
a FAR/AIM review, and Weather Reports and Forecasts. In addition, Normal
Procedures, Emergency Procedures, Operating Limitations and a comprehensive
review of Crew Resource Management.
The flight procedures training includes a complete review of the instrumentation
related to IFR flight, a review of flight procedures and maneuvers as
outlined in the FAA Instrument Rating Practical Test Standards.
Flight Training Time: 5 Hours
Ground Training Time: 8 Hours
All books and materials included.