Instrument-rated pilots are required to perform and log holding procedures at least once every six months, along with six instrument approaches and intercepting/tracking navigation courses to maintain IFR currency. Most pilots hit their peak of holding proficiency during instrument training, but the details tend to fade over time since holding procedures are rarely flown.
Sporty’s recently added a new series of interactive scenarios to its Instrument Rating Course, including several on holding entry procedures to help pilots learn the concept and maintain proficiency. Test your holding knowledge with these new interactive scenarios:
To take the next step, check out Sporty’s Instrument Rating Course, which includes 13 hours of in-flight HD cross-country and instrument approach video training and comprehensive written test preparation tools.