Doug is known nationally for his Single Pilot IFR presentation. In this seminar, Doug Stewart, the creator of the "East Coast IFR Experience" will discuss the challenges and the risks of flying in instrument conditions. Drawing on his wealth of experience, he will offer numerous tips on how to manage the risks, and become a safe and confident pilot not only in the IFR world, but in the VFR environment as well.
Doug Stewart is the “National Certificated Flight Instructor of the Year for 2004”. A Master Certified Flight Instructor, Gold Seal Instructor, and Designated Pilot Examiner and the Chairman of the Society of Aviation and Flight Educators, he is based at the Columbia County Airport (1B1) in Hudson, NY.
Both the Windsor Locks Flight Standards District Office and the New England Regional Office of the FAA recognized him as the “Flight Instructor of the Year”.
He had logged well over 9000 hours of dual instruction given, with over 3000 hours of that being instrument instruction.
Due to limited seating registration for this event is required.
More information can be found at: www.imcclubs.org
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IMC club is coaching, training, mentoring and helping pilots to fly in actual instrument meteorological conditions.
Regular bi-weekly meetings where pilots and instructors have the opportunity to engage and discuss topics related to instrument flying are combined with actual mission flights where members fly missions designed on a graduated scale of complexity.