Instrument Rating Currency
As an active instrument pilot, even if you get out to the airport, a busy airspace or inclement weather might still limit the approaches you need to stay Instrument Current.
Just doing 6 approaches to stay current is not enough!
We have created Line-Oriented Flight Training (LOFT) scenarios to help you improve your Decision Making and critical thinking while meeting the requirements to stay Instrument Current.
Yes! you can get credit for the FAA WINGS Program doing our LOFT scenarios.
What to Expect in the LOFT?
Each LOFT takes about 2 hour lesson to complete, completing 3 approaches, every 3 months. It is assumed that you can meet Instrument-Airplane ACS though the LOFT can be used to address areas of deficiency.
Do you need all 6 approaches? No Problem, just plan for a 3 hour lesson.
Using a simulator also helps foster an environment where you can become comfortable practicing complex instrument procedures, managing workload during critical phases of flight, and working with advanced avionics and electronic flight bags (EFB).
Each of our FAA certified instructors and airline pilots they fly in real Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) but also have to attend simulator training on recurrent bases.
Experience the Value of Flight Simulation
At Simtech Aviation, we understand how difficult is it for pilots to keep their instrument skills active and still meet the legalities. The travel time from Manhattan to a local general aviation airport is long, and that means there is no easy access to the tools to keep your instrument skills sharp.
As an active instrument pilot, even if you get out to the airport, a busy airspace or inclement weather might still limit the approaches you need to stay legal.