Stay Instrument Current with Our Convenient Flight Simulator

We know that maintaining instrument currency can be a daunting task, but we're here to help. Whether you need an Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC) or simply want to stay instrument current, we've got you covered.

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Why use an Aviation Training Device(ATD)?

Using an ATD is a convenient and effective way to stay Instrument Current. With our program, you can fly without leaving Manhattan and receive training from experienced airline pilots. We've designed our lessons to incorporate FAA Safety Wing Activities and Local Scenarios, so you'll be ready for your IFR flight in no time.

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How to Stay Instrument Current?

To be able to fly under Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) or participate in an IFR environment, you must have complied with 14CFR61.57(c) within the preceding 6 calendar months.

This means performing and logging six instrument approaches, holding procedures and tasks, and intercepting and tracking courses through the use of navigational electronic systems.

Using an ATD to stay instrument current eliminates the need to travel to an airport for training and allows you to complete your approaches using the airplane's navigational system.

Plus, with our program, you'll have access to experienced instructors and a playlist of instrument approaches to help you practice and develop your skills.

Getting the most out of using an ATD:

Whether you're working with a CFI-I or practicing on your own, there are a few things you can do to make your simulated flight more realistic.

We recommend using the Geo Reference on your Electronic Flight Bag (EFB) to sync your EFB with the sim and get real-time simulator location updates. However, if you find yourself relying too heavily on the Geo Reference and losing situational awareness, it may be best to turn it off and rely on the airplane navigation systems.

Ready to stay instrument current? Click here to practice your 6 approaches with no instructor.



Our program also offers Accredited Activities through the FAA's WINGS Program. The WINGS Program is designed to go above and beyond the minimum required knowledge for a flight review, so you can be confident that you're receiving top-notch training.

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