Once you have your Private Pilot license you are ready for that next step.
Having IFR qualification will allow you to fly in weather conditions that are less than ideal for visual flight, even in circumstance of limited to zero visibility.
This training will develop your competence to operate an airplane by using only the instrumentation of the aircraft and serve as an incremental skill to your pilot abilities. Having IFR is especially important to pilots who intent to fly in coastal areas with rapidly changing weather visibility patterns.
✔️ Have at least a Private Pilot License.
✔️ Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language.
✔️ Hold a FAA Medical Certificate.
✔️ Pass (1) the required knowledge test in the areas listed in 61.65(b), (2) meet the aeronautical experience requirements of 61.65(d), and (3) pass the practical test on the areas of operation listed in 61.65(c).
✔️ Receive training and a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor.
✔️ FAA requirements details can be found in the CFR 61.65.
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