Instrument Rating is the most common goals for Private Pilots
This rating, which will be added to your current certificate, will allow you to fly in conditions where Visual Flight Rules (VFR) don’t apply. These conditions, called Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC), require pilots to fly while relying on instruments inside the cockpit
The Instrument Rating is one of the most challenging course you will train for as a pilot. North-Aire is here to help you succeed in this new endeavor which will not only open new horizons and possibilities, but also make you a safer pilot.
- Entrance Requirements
- Age: Student must be 18 years of age.
- Education: Student must be able to read, speak and understand the English language.
- Medical: Student must hold at least a current second class medical certificate
- Ratings and Certificates required: Students must hold at least a Private Pilot Certificate
This course takes approximately 2 months to complete flying 2 to 3 times per week.
|Part 61||Part 141
|Single-Engine Flight Hours||40||29|
|Briefing with Instructor||6||15.5|