Tuesday, March 8, 2011
If you’re ready for intensive training, AFIT will get you an instrument rating in 10 days
42 Hours In Nine DaysWith 235 hours as a private pilot, Mike Bundy had made a commitment to his family that he would train hard to become the safest and most capable pilot he could be. That path led Bundy to earn his instrument rating. "I just wanted to be better," he says.
The training paid off, and Bundy earned his instrument rating. More important, Bundy has gained an obvious confidence and familiarity with the capabilities of his airplane. "Critics say you can't possibly retain information with a 10-day course," explains Bundy. "But I found it to be the opposite. The flows and procedures are ingrained in me. We flew our butts off."
Getting It DoneAFIT is on to something here. Proving their critics wrong, AFIT is graduating quality instrument-rated pilots across the world using a nontraditional approach. With a growing menu of offerings that include not only instrument ratings but other courses including private and commercial, AFIT is proving that you can become a safe, confident and proficient instrument pilot in just 10 days. And they guarantee it. If you're going to run with the big dogs, AFIT might be just the place to start. Give them a look at www.afit-info.com.
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