Instrument Flight Training
(Basic Attitude Flying)
During the first phase of your training, you will learn abut proper instrument scanning techniques, and you will become proficient at flying the airplane solely by reference to instruments.
(IFR Procedures and Cross-Country Flying)
After you become proficient at operating the airplane by reference to instruments, you will learn about the instrument flying environment. During this phase, you will learn how to “fly IFR” between airports, fly instrument approaches, and perform holding procedures. You will becoming comfortable with every aspect of instrument flying.
During the final phase of your training, you will fine tune what you have previously learned to ensure you meet the FAA Private Pilot standards. When your instructor deems you ready for the exam, you will be recommended for your checkride.
Your training will be performed at your own pace in the most advanced, safest Instrument capable airplanes on the market. Your Cirrus-certified instrument flight instructor will teach you the required knowledge, and your progress will be recorded in Nassau Flyers’ very own training syllabus. After finishing the training syllabus and successfully completing the FAA tests, you will become an instrument-rated pilot.