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Instrument Flying Handbook
IFR Flight
Conducting an IFR Flight

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Instrument Flying
Handbook

Preface

Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Human Factors
Chapter 2. Aerodynamic Factors
Chapter 3. Flight Instruments
Chapter 4. Section I
Airplane Attitude Instrument
Flying
Using Analog Instrumentation
Chapter 4. Section II
Airplane Attitude Instrument
Flying
Using an Electronic Flight
Display

Chapter 5. Section I
Airplane Basic
Flight Maneuvers
Using Analog Instrumentation
Chapter 5. Section II
Airplane Basic
Flight Maneuvers
Using an Electronic Flight
Display

Chapter 6. Helicopter
Attitude Instrument Flying

Chapter 7. Navigation Systems
Chapter 8. The National
Airspace System

Chapter 9. The Air Traffic
Control System

Chapter 10. IFR Flight
Chapter 11. Emergency
Operations

Navigation Log.
Figure 10-19. Navigation Log.

of improving conditions. These charts provide information
a pilot will need should a diversion to VFR conditions be
required. For this flight, the radar depicts precipitation along
the route, and the latest satellite photo confirms what the
weather depiction chart showed.

When the navigation log is finished, complete the flight plan
in preparation for filing with flight service. [Figure 10-20]
Call an AFSS for an updated weather briefing, Birmingham
INTL airport is now reporting 700 overcast with 3 miles
visibility, and Gulfport-Biloxi is now 400 overcast with 2
miles visibility. The alternate, Pensacola Regional Airport,
continues to report adequate weather conditions with 2,000
overcast and 3 miles visibility in light rain.

 
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