The Instrument Rating opens the door to the world of flying in the clouds. The biggest step to becoming a professional pilot, the Instrument Rating will hone your flying skills to a new level while teaching you advanced navigation techniques that allow you to fly anywhere in the country in many types of weather conditions.
- Must be 17 years old
- Must read, speak and understand English
- Must have at least a Private Pilot Certificate
For those enrolled as full time students, 4-6 days a week, can get the certificate in 8-12 weeks on average. Part time students can take anywhere between 4-6 months to complete. Everything depends on the amount of effort put in the course and weather conditions.
PRICING & ENROLLMENT: (full time students classes start on the first Monday of each month)
- 21 Hours Cessna 172 Dual Flight Time*
- 14 Hours Training Device (Simulator)
- Ground School
- Computer Based Flight Training Package
- Check ride Fee
- Knowledge Test
Starting at $12,000
Prices are not guaranteed, they are only estimates. Prices are subject to change without notice. Refer to the FAR’s for requirements.
*Total number of hours depends upon the student’s aptitude towards flying, study habits, weather conditions and airplanes availability.