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CFII Lesson Plans

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I'm prepping for my CFII check ride and am looking for a good source for written lesson plans for ground school (ie holding, VOR course intercept & tracking, unusual attitude etc). Any suggestions? DeWitt

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  1. Bruce J. Sato CFI, CFII on Jul 28, 2013


    Greg Gordon
    The Back Seat Pilot

    Although that is the easiest way to do it, I felt much much better that I did my own lesson plans, which I did using the:

    Instrument Flying Handbook
    Pilots Handbook of Aeronautical Information
    Aviation Weather Services (AC 00-45G)
    FAR / AIM

    Good Luck!

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