The coveted instrument rating is a pilots next step after earning their license. As an instrument rated pilot you'll be able to fly in adverse IFR weather conditions and you'll elevate your skill and status as a pilot.
Requirements: To qualify for your IFR rating you'll need to hold a private pilot license, be at least 17 years old, have a valid FAA third class medical, passed the FAA written exam with at least a score of 70 and have completed the minimum training requirements .
If you are looking to bundle your flight training for added savings we put together some sample packages based on pricing with a specific plane in our fleet. Keep in mind that packages do not include landing fee's, student supplies or testing fee's.
*All courses and results are estimates and can vary with each student.
Landing fee's not included - EX. KFRG Landing Fee's are $2.50 Per Landing.
Any unused time will be credited to Student (for one year).
Package price may vary based upon aircraft selection.