What are some considerations when planning to fly from one airport to another in the IFR environment?
You’re flying an instrument approach in IMC conditions and you lose your radio(s). What is the best way to continue the flight / approach?
You’re on an approach and not lined up with the runway you are going to land on. What do I need to consider?
When’s the last time you did a partial panel, vacuum system failure, timed turn, with a magnetic compass?
Non-Precision Approaches simply don’t get enough credit
With the recent changes from PTS to ACS, what will a modern day Instrument Pilot check ride look like?
I believe six approaches for currency isn’t enough and here’s why.
MDA, MEA, MSA. There are so many altitude acronyms in IFR flying. In this episode, Jason helps you cut through the clutter and identify IFR altitude acronyms.
Listen in as Jason administers a mock check ride as Matt prepares for his Instrument Pilot check ride.
Lets dive into an NTSB accident report related to icing conditions
Hear Jason’s perspective on using a flight simulator in your IFR training.
In this episode of the Instrument Pilot Podcast, Jason talks about the change in technology related to IFR flying.
Jason takes you inside an accident that happened on an IFR instrument approach.
In this episode of the Instrument Pilot Podcast, Jason takes you inside his thought process for understanding IFR weather.
Let’s face it, holding patterns are difficult. Do I make a direct entry, teardrop entry or parallel entry? In this podcast, Jason debunks the myths about holding patterns.
Jason talks a lot about personal minimums, but when can we as instrument rated pilots adjust our personal minimums?
In this episode Jason takes on the highly debated topic of “Should I get my Instrument Rating with standard steam gauges or is a glass panel G1000 the way to go?”
It’s often been said that your IFR check ride is your most difficult check ride. Listen in as Jason shares with you some of his best instrument pilot check ride tips.