Grounded in bad weather without your Instrument Rating Certificate? Enroll in an Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) course through Baltimore Flying Lessons and fly in any weather condition.
An Instrument Flight Rules Rating is required to fly in conditions of reduced visibility, such as clouds, fog, or heavy precipitation. Additionally, all flights operating in Class A airspace, FL 180 (18,000 feet) up to FL 600 (60,000 feet), must be conducted under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR). Class A airspace covers the entire 48 contiguous states including Baltimore. In Maryland, an Instrument Flight Rules rating is also required when operating under Special Visual Flight Rules (SVFR) at night. We know how frustrating it can be when you are unable to fly if the weather turns bad. With this certificate, you can now fly your airplane through the guidance of your instruments and flight gauges in the cockpit.
Register for a Baltimore Flying Lessons Instrument Flight Rules Training Course and obtain your instrument rating certificate today. In order to complete this course you must hold a Private Pilot License and have completed 50 hours of cross-country flight.
- Pre-flight cockpit checks and instrument scanning.
- Basic attitude instrument flying with timed turns, unusual attitudes and precision adjustments.
- Navigation utilizing ground and space-based systems.
- Meteorology and weather.
Don't postpone your flight or wait until the weather clears before you can fly your airplane in Baltimore. With your Instrument Flight Rules Certificate, the sky will truly be the limit. Baltimore Flying Lessons will find an FAA Certified Instrument Flight Rules Instructor that will provide you with an integrated study course to help you achieve your goal.
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