Weekly tips, technique and training from IFR.

Features December 2012 Issue


Departures are usually simpler to fly than arrivals and approaches. Just make sure you walk through the fine points and know how to use your navigator to fly it.

Fly IFR in busy airspace and eventually you’ll have one of those “much ado about nothing” experiences. It starts with a clearance you dutifully put in your navigator—and then repeatedly change or completely ignore until you get a clearance to resume the plan you were given at the start.

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