Instrument Proficiency Check (IPC)
If a pilot is not "Instrument Current" per Federal Aviation Regulation Part 61.57(c) and is 6 months over, they need an IPC!
The FAA requires 6 instrument approaches, intercepting/tracking courses, and holding within the previous 6 months to be current. Instrument flying is a "use it or lose it skill".
Each pilot is different, but we suggest that in addition to FAA currency requirements, pilots have: at least one hour of simulated or actual instrument time in the previous month; at least one instrument approach in the same period an IPC in the previous six months.
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