Your chance to participate in a live interactive series of webinars with the top expert in single pilot IFR. With two decades of flying and >8300 hours, the 2019 FAA National Instructor of the year will share real-world pro tips and experience not available anywhere else.
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This is a must-attend webinar for IFR students, pilots, and instructors that want to gain a mastery, not minimums level of knowledge, using ForeFlight to make single-pilot IFR easier and safer. This special presentation is by Gary "GPS" (Guy in the Pink Shirt) Reeves, the 2019 FAA National CFI of the Year. With two decades and more than 8,300 hours of real-world experience flying more than 50 different aircraft types in every U.S. state and internationally, "GPS" will share tips and techniques that go far beyond other good instructors and training programs. Qualifies for FAA WINGS credit.
This #MasteryNotMinimums presentation is free for any instrument student, pilot, instructor, or DPE. Learn how the new Visual Approach and VNAV features in panel mount navigators and iPad applications can be helpful sometimes but also have many hidden dangers that can lead to pilot deviations and even cause mid-air collisions. This is a must attend webinar to learn how and when to safely use these new features but, even more importantly when they should never be used and the dangers they can cause if used improperly. This information is from two decades and over 8,300 hours of teaching real-life IFR using Avidyne, ForeFlight and Garmin, not just theory or marketing text from manufacturers.
This #MasteryNotMinimums FAA Wings credit presentation is free for any instrument student, pilot, instructor, or DPE. Learn how PAC (Power+Attitude+Configuration=Performance) reduces workload and makes Single-Pilot IFR much safer. A fun and interesting discussion of PAC with special co-host Tom Turner, Exec Dir of the American Bonanza Society Air Safety Foundation. Gary "GPS" & Tom will talk about how accidents can be prevented, and how GA pilots can benefit from airline practices.