The instrument rating certification course is designed to prepare the applicant to operate safely in the Air Traffic Control (ATC) system anywhere in the world. Airlines throughout the world indicate that during the hiring process, instrument flying skills are rated above everything else.
To be eligible to obtain an instrument rating the pilot must have these credentials. Hold a Private Pilot’s License, have a current medical certificate, 50 hours of solo cross country time as a student pilot, 40 hours of actual or simulated instrument flying, 15 hours of instrument training from a Certified Flight Instructor, and some long solo cross countries.
Applicant will receive a minimum of 15 hours of flight instruction, and 15-20 hours of ground and/or classroom instruction; which includes use of our advanced flight training device (Simulator). Ground school instruction also includes the following: preflight preparation and procedures related to IFR operations, meteorology, aircraft flight instruments including navigation equipment and their principal means of operation, IFR clearances and related procedures, IFR holding procedures including IFR flight planning, IFR approaches using ILS, VOR, LOC, NDB, and GPS systems and post flight procedures.
To learn more about our Instrument Rating Certification course and how you can enroll, contact us today.
Come visit us!
Fill out the form below and I will get in contact with you shortly.