The instrument rating will probably
be the most demanding and rewarding rating for a pilot to
obtain. There is no room in the Instrument Flight Rules world
for sloppy pilots or weak airmanship. The instrument rating you
ultimately obtain is a “professional rating” the same rating an
airline pilot has along with all of the responsibilities and
even more of a work load if you are flying “single pilot” IFR.
The whole purpose of an instrument rating
is to be confident and proficient in IMC and working in the ATC.
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I expose my students to as much
real world instrument flying as possible. We frequently, go into
the Los Angeles Class B airspace and fly whenever we can in
Instrument Meteorological Conditions. As long as there isn’t any
convective activity , icing or ground fog we are usually good to
go. You will learn from experience how to work in the busy San
Diego and L.A. class B airspace with confidence. If you are
interested in becoming a real world instrument pilot or need
help to gain the confidence needed to effectively & comfortably
operate in IFR I look forward to hearing from you.
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