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Old 08-02-2017, 09:45 PM
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Originally Posted by Driftdown View Post
Where does it regulatorily mandate that?

If conditions are absolutey VFR, there is no reason all those clearances will not be complied with.
Not quoting mandates, just asking a question and giving my opinion .

In Washington and a lot of other places I think it would be hard to schedule a day of IFR instruction without a good chance of being vectored by ATC into the proximity of clouds. If waiting for absolute VFR days here it might take years to get an IFR rating.
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