EAA Chapter 237 is proud to announce the formation of an IMC Club within the Chapter.
The IMC Club provides organized “hangar flying” focused on building proficiency and safety in instrument flying. We will discuss real-world instrument scenarios and how you can mitigate the risk of your instrument flying. It emphasizes the development of critical thinking and flight management skills. Safety and proficiency are further developed by pilots sharing their knowledge and experiences. You do not have to be instrument rated to attend.
Meetings will be held on the 2nd Saturday of each month at 9:00 am at the Gateway Flying Club hanger (2241 Colorado Ave., Anoka County Airport).
The IMC Club’s purpose is to promote instrument flying, proficiency, and safety. The intent is to create a community of pilots willing to share information, provide recognition, foster communications, promote safety, and build proficiency in instrument flying. IMC Club chapters offer monthly meetings in which pilots can network and share knowledge and experiences.
The IMC Club monthly programming is developed and produced by EAA, but it does not use a lecture or presentation format. Instead an actual scenario is presented and is followed by a group discussion – so audience participation is encouraged! Since everyone has a different experience level and different airplane capabilities, we can all benefit from the discussion. A local CFII will be the subject matter expert and lead the discussion, but the real value comes from everyone contributing to the conversation.
All pilots are welcome to attend EAA IMC Club meetings. Join us for an opportunity to build community with your fellow pilots and learn about issues important to your success as a pilot. Bring your iPad or tablet if you want to follow the simulation.
For more information about the IMC Club, click HERE
Send an inquiry email to our Chapter's IMC Coordinator.