IFR/VFR

IFR, or Instrument Flight Rules, and VFR, or Visual Flight Rules, are the rules laid out by the FAA for operating any type of aircraft. Both rules apply to how pilots must operate the plane depending on the weather conditions. IFR requires a smaller ceiling above ground and shorter visibility, while VFR requires a larger ceiling and greater visibility.

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