I'm conducting VFR/IFR mountain and bad weather challenge training from May 1 - May 22nd in the United States. The minimum number of participants is 8 for this trip. The geographic range will start from New York and the eastern mountain ranges, New Orleans and Texas, to the PNW up in Washington and Oregon hooking down into California as far south as San Diego County. For the folks in Colorado and the Mountain West as well as Washington and Oregon, this COULD be a bad weather IFR challenge type of trip depending on luck and storm forecast. For the Bay Area and Central Valley and Southern CA folks, this can be anything from IFR challenge or VFR flying at the edges of your capabilities type of training. For the Texas and Gulf Coast folks it'll 90% be an IFR challenge type of trip. The Mid Atlantic and Northeast guys can expect challenging spring and winter type flying as well as winter IFR as the order of the day.
If you are fortunate to end up with bad weather, you will learn to operate your equipment safely at the edges of its envelope so you know where the edges are and how to avoid them, and to maximize your mission capability. VFR or IFR, you will be challenged like you have never been challenged before.
For a full menu of options and to schedule see: http://www.cirrusinstructor.net/flight-training
or call +1(646)926-0872
One of many training options to consider...
Maybe you need Crosswind practice with blinding snow and drifts
OR Blackhole Approaches into the mountains of Montana
Or to know the edges of FIKI capabilities
Or ILS's with hellacious tailwinds on approaches
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