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INSTRUMENT PILOT TRAINING
• Hold a valid Private Pilot Certificate
• Be able to read, speak and understand the English language
• Hold a third-class airman's medical certificate
• A minimum of 30 hours of ground training (may include computer based self-study)
• Pass a written examination on aeronautical knowledge
• Pass a practical examination on maneuvers and procedures
• Accumulate a minimum of 40 hours of instrument training time from a properly certificated flight instructor to include a maximum of 14 hours of instrument training and a flight training device.
• One (1) cross country flight in simulated or actual instrument conditions, on Federal Airways or as routed by ATC, involving a distance 250 NM; including one segment of the flight consisting of at least 100 nautical miles between airports; involving an instrument approach at each airport; and involving three different kinds of approaches with the use of navigational systems.