An instrument rating allows you to fly on days that otherwise would cause you to cancel a flight. It can drastically reduce insurance premiums if you own an aircraft. Instrument training is challenging and will make you a much better and stable pilot. The instrument rating applies to all classes of airplanes, so you won’t have to earn it again if you get a multi engine or seaplane rating in the future.
Valid FAA medical certificate
Private or commercial airplane single engine land pilot license (if you only hold another class license, call us for a price quote)
Instrument Rating Airplane (IRA) written knowledge test
40 hours cross-country PIC
Aircraft: Cessna 172
Length: 10-13 days
Price: Approximately $6,795
WHAT TO BRING
Birth Certificate or Passport
FAA Medical Certificate
Written Test Results
All Logbooks (shows prerequisite experience)
It is impossible to guarantee that you will finish the training in the time provided. Much of the success for a fast track program lies with the student. Continuing training is available at a reduced rate for fast track students on a per hour basis, if required. FAA DE examiner Fee is not included for final check ride.