Inadvertent Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IIMC) Course

SUU Aviation Inadvertent Instrument Meteorological Conditions

The IIMC Course covers the training and skills necessary to successfully survive inadvertently flying into instrument meteorological conditions (IMC) including setting personal minimums, preflight planning, weather analysis, risk assessment and controlled flight into terrain (CFIT). The flight portion of the course consists of two intensive hours of unusual attitudes, spatial disorientation and various methods for regaining control of the aircraft and exiting IMC. 

Successful completion of the course requires students demonstrate their ability to assess weather in order to make a go/no go decision and determine when a flight should be aborted due to deteriorating weather conditions. Students will demonstrate required flight maneuvers and regain control of the aircraft and exit IMC.

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Enrollment prerequisites are required for participation. Please call 435-865-8789 or email for more information and upcoming course availability.