The primary purpose of Instrument Pilot FAA Knowledge Test is to provide you with the easiest, fastest, and least expensive means of passing the FAA Instrument Rating - Airplane knowledge test, which is required before you can take your instrument rating practical (flight) test.
Gleim's Instrument Pilot Knowledge Test FAA Test Prep Software contains everything you need to study for the instrument pilot airplane FAA knowledge test in one unique, easy-to-use program. This is a software download. After we process your order, we will send you a download-code via email.
Flight Time Publishing's Instrument Flight Review is a fantastic organization of IFR rules, regulations, tips and information available. Includes fully illustrated flight maneuvers and procedures, clearances, approaches, flight planning and more!
Most seasoned pilots agree that talking to ATC just gets easier with practice. When you're taking on Instrument Flight Rules, extensive practice can be costly and make your flights less enjoyable. COMM1 IFR can save you valuable training time and dollars.
Whether enrolling in an instrument rating, commercial pilot certification or both, this syllabus is for you. This syllabus ensures that you are introduced to topics in a logical sequence prior to applying your skills in the air.
NOTAMs Illustrated 5th Edition is the one essential quick reference manual for student pilots, experienced pilots, and flight instructors that includes the new ICAO compliant format changes now in effect.
The intent of this booklet is to provide this information with some additional explanation to aid in the interpretation of Q Codes - and to offer you a more compact package for convenient storage in your flight bag.
Whether you fly for pleasure, business, or a career in aviation, the Private Pilot certificate with the Instrument Rating is your ticket into the full spectrum of the airspace system — it is the key to maximizing the utility of a general aviation aircraft.
This is NOT a dry, boring textbook. From start to finish, it's packed with real-life IFR experiences gathered by author Brian Jacobson during his 26 years and 12,000 hours of flying in all kinds of weather in airplanes ranging from two-seat trainers to bizjets.