18 Years of Age
FAA Private Pilot License
FAA 3rd Class Medical
Understand & Speak English
Instrument Rating Privileges
Fly in IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) Conditions
Receive Air Traffic Control Guidance Along Your Entire Flight
Receive Priority Landings
Why Do I Need an Instrument Rating?
Having your Instrument Rating will make you a more proficient, competent and confident pilot. You will have greater confidence when landing at a new or unfamiliar airport. Most importantly, your Instrument rating will increase your safety. Being prepared and able to handle any change in the weather, will make you and your passengers safer.
Instrument Rating Steps
Minimum of 30 Hours Under The “Hood” or in Actual Instrument Conditions (In the clouds)
10 Hours in our Simulator
Pass FAA Instrument Written exam
Pass The Checkride