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Aircraft Icing Courses
A Pilot's Guide to In-Flight Icing

Aircraft ice accretions and countermeasures
Who should take this course?

Every pilot who could encounter in-flight icing.

What is covered in this course?
With an operational focus, this course provides tools pilots can use to deal with in-flight icing. Emphasis is on avoidance, detection and exit, as well as the effects of ice accretion on performance and handling and the particular hazard of Supercooled Large Droplet (SLD) icing.

How long will it take?
That depends on you. This course is fairly comprehensive; you may choose to go through the entire course from beginning to end, including exploring the accident links, pilot testimonials and other related information in roughly 4-6 hours. The total time will be much shorter if you skip certain sections or jump directly to sections that interest you most.

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