An instrument approach means a peak cockpit workload for any pilot. Instrument approaches can be a challenge for any pilot, but for general aviation pilots they present an even more challenging task because each instrument approach may be far and few between. So how does one keep themselves safe while legally flying an instrument approach on an occasional basis?
FAA Fast Team Webinar
Situational awareness, changing environmental factors, the convergence of air traffic, interpreting instructions from controllers, monitoring airport conditions, and avoiding obstacles are just a few of the duties you may juggle as you ease your airplane toward the runway (that may still be obscured by clouds). Our chart experts will show you how the seamless and logical design of your approach charts easily deliver the procedures, communications, and navigation detail you need for landing. On October 23rd, 2015, at 15:00 hours EST the FAA Safety Team "Safer Skies Through Education" will put on a webinar titled: "Cleared for Approach" This webinar will review approach charts and help you to find the procedure, communication and navigation details you need for a successful landing. This is a LIVE encore presentation (including Q&A) of our popular 2014 webinar!
For attending this webinar you will receive 1 Credit in the Basic Knowledge 3 Section. Why participate in WINGS? Completing targeted, consistent training will make you a safe pilot. In addition, each time you complete a phase of WINGS your Flight Review Date is extended 24 calendar months from the month in which you completed the Phase. You can learn more about the WINGS Program here: WINGS - Frequently Asked Questions
Until next time keep your wings straight and level Hersch!
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