It's the home of the famous Spruce Goose at Evergreen Museum. You're flying IFR into McMinnville, Oregon (KMMV). Can you shoot the RNAV to Runway 22 into this airport?
The Garmin G1000 is an amazing avionics platform used in more and more aircraft, yet is also very intimidating the first time you look at it. See how much you know about using the G1000 as you answer these give questions.
Have a look at an en route low chart from the area around Albuquerque, New Mexico, and answer some questions to see how much you can decipher from it.
So you're ready for to fly IFR? Take this short quiz and find out!
All sorts of fun and unexpected things happen when we take a machine and send it flying through the air! Let's work on aerodynamics and stability as topics by taking this quiz!
You hear a bunch of different terms thrown around by pilots and controllers on the radio. See if you can answer questions about these ones taken straight from the Pilot/Controller Glossary.
This RNAV approach into Saranac Lake, New York uses a Terminal Approach Area (TAA). See how much you know about these approaches and maybe learn some things along the way.
It does happen in real life, but when was the last time you practiced a hold? Here are six questions on holding procedures to get you ready
The IFR Low En Route Chart contains a ton of altitude restrictions depending on obstacle clearance, expected signal coverage, and navigation. Can you identify what these altitudes are? Take the quiz and prove it!
Are you thinking of getting your Commercial Pilot License? Do you know some of the more specific aeronautical experience requirements you'll need before applying? Start with this short quiz to see how much you know. The requirements for CPL for Airplane Single Engine are in 61.129(a).
Could you pass the FAA Instrument Rating - Airplane Knowledge Test? Test yourself on these five questions from the FlightInsight test bank that we've identified as the hardest ones from students' practice test scores.
It's a run-of-the-mill ILS Approach into Runway 32 at Salisbury, MD today. But there are still plenty of questions on the approach plate we'll need to answer in order to fully understand and brief it.
It's a rite of passage for Southern California pilots: the day trip to Catalina Island and the airport in the sky. You're departing from John Wayne Airport in Irvine IFR with a marine layer. Can you shoot the VOR/DME into this airport?
How would you do on your Private Checkride today? Take this short quiz and get a taste of what's to come!
So you're ready for your IFR checkride? Take this short quiz and find out!
VORs are still in use, though because we rely more and more on GPS, we have to work a little harder to stay up on how they work. Keep yourself up to date with this quiz!
Getting your IFR rating is just the beginning. You need to make sure that you, and your aircraft, are legal to conduct a safe IFR flight on any given day. Take the quiz to see if you know your regs!
A VOR approach is a basic type of non precision approach you'll likely see on your Instrument Checkride. Test your knowledge of these approaches, and the plate that goes with it, with this quick test!