Instrument Rating

Instrument Rating

Once you earn your pilot certificate, the adventure has just begun. The Instrument Rating (IR) course is designed for pilots who wish to fly under Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC) and improve on their flying precision.

Part 141 consists of

 

35 Flight Hours with Instructor
35 Hours Ground Training
1 FAA Written Test
2 Hours Checkride
TOTAL: 37 Hours

Part 61 consists of

 

40 Flight Hours with Instructor
50 X-country PIC
35 Hours Ground Training
1 FAA Written Test
2 Hours Checkride
TOTAL: 92 Hours

These are the minimum hours required by FAA.

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