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INSTRUMENT APPROACH LIGHTING


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Taking the time to thoroughly brief the weather before every flight will significantly decrease the odds that you’ll inadvertently fly into instrument conditions as a VFR pilot.
These videos take a look at the actions to take though if you do stumble into the clouds or an area of reduced visibility, to help you safely return to VFR conditions

"Close Call" Video HERE

 

INSTRUMENT APPROACH LIGHTING
Instrument pilots spend a lot of time thinking about approaches,
but that usually means glideslopes and GPS procedures.
Often overlooked in such discussions is the lighting system you hope to find at the end of the approach.
This video tip, explains what all those lights mean
and how pilots can use them to transition from instrument flight to visual flights.

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