Because of greater restrictions imposed on VFR flights, Ohio's weather being the greatest; the ability to go IFR is becoming more and more desirable. The United States has a fantastic air navigation system, the finest in the world by far. The most remarkable part of this system is that it is open to any pilot with the knowledge and ability to utilize it. Skypark's Instrument Ground School is your stepping-stone to that knowledge. Come join us to get the information to pass FAA Knowledge Exam and expand you flying horizons.
The course will be conducted in the Skypark Community Room. The class will be On Monday nights at 6:30 PM., classes will be 2 hours. The cost is $180 and includes books.
Class will begin June 5, 2017 at 6:30 PM
You can register below or pick up a registration form at the airport.
||Class Introduction. Introduction to Instrument Flight
||The Flight Instruments. Straight & Level Flight, Climb & Descent, Turning Climbs and Descents
||Unusual Attitudes, Instrument Flight on a partial panel, Maneuvers, Intro to Enroute Flight
||Enroute Flight. Flight Plans, Communications, Lost Comms Procedures, VOR, GPS, RADAR. Introduction to Instrument Approaches
||Instrument Approaches continued
||Wind, Air Masses & Fronts, Visibility, Clouds, Icing, Thunderstorms
||High-Level Meteorology, Weather Reports & Forecasts, Regulations Important to the IFR Pilot
||Instrument Departures, Void Times, Flight Plan nuances
||The IFR cross-country