INSTRUMENT RATING

The instrument rating is issued so pilots can fly into weather which is below VFR [Visual Flight Rules]. This allows a pilot to fly through clouds or land in reduced visibility. This rating is absolutely essential for airlines and corporate operators to operate in almost all weather.

PREREQUISITES

  • Applicant must have a Private Pilot License or higher
  • Applicant must have a valid Category 3 medical or higher

REQUIREMENTS FOR THE INSTRUMENT RATING

  • 50 hours cross-country flying Pilot In Command (solo)
  • 40 hours of instrument flying
  • 20 hours can be done on a flight simulator
  • 100 nautical mile cross-country flight in actual or simulated instrument flight conditions with instrument approaches down to minimums at 2 locations
  • Applicants must pass a written exam [INRAT] with a grade of at least 70%
  • Applicants must successfully pass a flight test
COURSE CONTENT

COURSE CONTENT HOURS
Dual 10
Ground Briefing 05
Ground School 10

An Instrument Rating is issued in 4 Groups, depending on the aircraft type flight test is completed in:

  • Group 1: Multi-Engine aircraft, non-centerline thrust
  • Group 2: Multi-Engine aircraft, centerline thrust
  • Group 3: Single-Engine aircraft
  • Group 4: Helicopters

A Group 1 Instrument Rating is essential for all Airline and Corporate Pilots

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