Instrument Proficiency Check

If you are currently due for your proficiency check, or if you just need to freshen up your skills before that next trip to wherever, we have both advanced simulator access, as well as the experience and expertise to help guide you through the Review of your skills.

 

Instrument proficiency check. …Except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section, a person who does not meet the instrument experience requirements of paragraph (c) of this section within the prescribed time, or within 6 calendar months after the prescribed time, may not serve as pilot in command under IFR or in weather conditions less than the minimums prescribed for VFR until that person passes an instrument proficiency check consisting of a representative number of tasks required by the instrument rating practical test…

 

Please download the following document and begin your review for your next IPC check.  We are fine with flying actual IFR, but only after a careful ground review has been completed so we can both minimize our surprise factor while flying in actual IMC.

 FAA IPC Guidance