QUOTE(Jorge @ Mar 6 2005, 01:18 PM)
I use IFR flight plans sometimes but they always get on my nerves when they cancel my flight plan for no reason. I think IFR is more educational because you really have to pay attention, just like in the real world.
edit*Something got messed up there.
IFR or VFR?
they only cancel your flight plans when you dont follow there instruction -- lets say they tell you to turn to 265 --- if you dont then they'll repeat, after about 3 tries they'll say " Radar Services Terminated -- frequency change approved "
I love IFR hands down, but you got to do a VFR session in a Cessna Skyhawk every once in a while to clear your mind, especially on clear days B)
Today it was clear as Carribean water and I took up a Cessna for a 4 hour VFR session here in Knoxville.. I took off from KTYS and headed over to Cambell Co. Muni. -- then flew over to Powell (cant remember ICAO) and then parked and ate lunch and went to do some errands, came back and took off from Powell flew all the way down to Anton then back up to McGhee Tyson and called it a day... man was it fun! :ph34r: