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Thread: Should an annual IPC be mandatory and require use of simulators?

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    Should an annual IPC be mandatory and require use of simulators?

    Should an annual Instrument Proficiency Check be mandatory,require a minimum flight time and use of a simulators?

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    Although I see goodness in an IPC, I'm not for making it an annual requirement. But if I did I would definitely be against setting min hours and use of a sim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radek.cfi View Post
    Should an annual Instrument Proficiency Check be mandatory,require a minimum flight time and use of a simulators?
    No.

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    No.

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    Um, NO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radek.cfi View Post
    Should an annual Instrument Proficiency Check be mandatory,require a minimum flight time and use of a simulators?
    No.

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    no





    Good discussion.

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    It is funny, somehow I was expecting this kind of response after I included "mandatory" in my question. I am not going to tell you yet if I agree or disagree with this question but would you mind telling me: why not?... anybody?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Radek.cfi View Post
    It is funny, somehow I was expecting this kind of response after I included "mandatory" in my question. I am not going to tell you yet if I agree or disagree with this question but would you mind telling me: why not?... anybody?
    I simply don't see how adding more seemingly arbitrary requirements adds any value to the process.
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    I think the question is asking too much at one time. I'm not against an annual IPC. I'm not against a minimum hourly training requirement. I'm not against the use of simulators. But when it's all rolled into one question with no wiggle room, the answer is no.

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