Certified Flight Instructor Instruments

1 year 2 months ago #21791 by Gussan
The Federal Aviation Regulations require that candidates for pilot certificates, ratings or endorsements receive a certain amount of training, both in the air and on the ground, in order to obtain that certificate.CFIIs are responsible for teaching pilots how to fly in instrument conditions as well as ensuring that instrument rated pilots maintain their proficiency.
  • Provide required training for instrument rating candidates
  • Endorse instrument rating candidates to take FAA oral and practical exams
  • Conduct instrument proficiency checks for instrument rated pilots

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Event: Pilot Hangout

Florida TAMPA EXECUTIVE AIRPORT (KVDF)
Friday Nov 4th 12:00 PM- 9:00PM
Saturday Nov 5th 9:00 AM- 5:00PM
(Campers party 5:00PM-9:00PM)
Ticket Available at AOPA.com,
AOPA is excited to bring pilots back together
again with a new take on our Regional Fly-ins – introducing,
The Hangout, an AOPA Fly-in!
The Hangouts are a two-day informal event where you can pitch a tent, participate in educational seminars, browse exhibits and displays, swap stories and enjoy friendly company around the campfire. AOPA will be hosting two of these events this year, one on each coast.

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