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Instrument Proficiency Check

Like most pilots that are lucky enough to call Arizona home, many of us do not get the opportunity to exercise our privaleges afforded to us by our instrument rating. The FAA requires that we maintain instrument proficiency and it does not take long for that time periord allowed to pass us by. If you are in need of an IPC we are here to help!

14 CFR 61.57(c) Instrument Experience

No person may act as pilot in command of an aircraft under IFR unless within the preceding 6 calendar months, that person has performed under actual or simulated instrument conditions at least:At least six instrument approachesHolding proceduresIntercepting and tracking course through the use of navigation systems

14 CFR 61.57(d) Instrument Proficiency Check

A person who does not meet the experience requirements of paragraph (c) of this section within the prescibed time or within 6 calendar months after the prescribed time, may not serve as pilot in command under IFR until that person passes an instrument proficiency check consisting of a representative number of tasks required by the instrument rating practical test
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