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Basics of Instrument flying

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Hellow there, Can anyone recommend a "brief" handbook which covers the basics of instrument flying and rules associated. I know there are jeppesen and oxford pubs but I need a little more "precise" thing. Further more if someone can give a clue about how to do a good "fix-to-fix" specially when you very close to the station and the bearings are changing rapidly.

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    Mike on Jan 30, 2017

    Jeppesen “chart clinic” greg morton .com
    Several good youtube videos
    “Bold method” website
    Art Parma “rules of thumb” booklets
    “Everything explained for the professional pilot” Richard Lengal

    FAA Basic Instrument Handbook

    M3 mental math for pilots

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