Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC)
If you are a pilot with an instrument rating, and need an Instrument Proficiency Check, or you are just looking to practice in order to feel more comfortable when flying in adverse weather conditions, our instructors can help you keep proficient and safe when flying in instrument conditions.
An IPC requires to complete the different procedures and maneuvers described in the Instrument ACS. In XFLIGHT Aviation Academy,we will guide you step by step throughout the whole IPC process. Like when conductiong a Flight Review, we recommend our students to familiarize themselves with FAA Advisory Circular AC 61-98 ahead of their IPC, in order to save time and money.
Once the IPC is completed, the instructor will give a signed endorsement, that will be valid for the next 6/12 calendar months.
Completion of an instrument proficiency check: §61.57(d).
I certify that (First name, MI, Last name), (grade of pilot certificate), (certificate number), has satisfactorly completed the instrument proficiency check of §61.57(d) in a (list make and model of aircraft) on (date).
/s/ [date] J. J. Jones 987654321 CFI Exp. 12-31-19