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IFR Sim Flight – Reno to San Francisco in 737 (X-Plane with PilotEdge ATC)
August 29, 2020 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm WEST
About this event
MAXIMUM OF 4 PARTICIPANTS ALLOWED. This means that, unlike watching a YouTube video or typical livestream, I will be able to give personalized attention to your questions, and make the session as interactive as possible.
Of course, if you prefer to just sit back and watch, that is completely fine too! But the real value will come from asking questions throughout the session, learning from the other attendees’ questions, and helping to participate in the execution of the flight.
Route of flight: RNO (Reno-Tahoe International Airport) – SFO (San Francisco International Airport)
Aircraft: ZIBO 737-800
ATC network: PilotEdge
Flight rules: IFR
Duration: 90 minutes
- Flight planning on SimBrief
- General airliner operations
- IFR ATC procedures, including SIDs and STARs
- Departure and arrival briefings
- Use of autopilot and FMS in the 737-800
Recommended audience: Flight sim enthusiasts or IFR pilots interested in airliner procedures/high altitude operations
I’m Mike, a real-world CFI (certified flight instructor) and ATP (airline transport pilot) who is passionate about using flight simulators to teach others about aviation. I have a varied background in aviation, starting as an aerospace engineer at Boeing, followed by several years of flying regional jets throughout the US. My main passion is with teaching, and I have been a flight instructor (CFI/CFII) since 2010.
Refunds are not available. I reserve the right to cancel the session if a minimum of 4 attendees is not reached 1 day before the event. In this case, I will fully refund your payment.
Online via Zoom. Questions and discussion among attendees will be welcome and encouraged. Link to the Zoom meeting will be included in confirmation email
I also provide customized one-on-one coaching. Contact me for a proposal tailored to your needs.
This session is considered supplementary coaching only. It is not loggable, nor is it a substitute for in-person instruction by the flight instructor who is signing your logbook!