Plans and Pricing
An Instrument Rating (IR) will take safety and proficiency to the next level. Obtaining an instrument rating will make for a better pilot, reduce insurance premiums and is more marketable, as most aviation employers require their pilots to be instrument rated. The FAA minimum requirements for pilots under part 61 regulations are 40 hours of dual flight time. Part 141 training requires a minimum of 35 hours. Most students take advantage of the opportunity to obtain an instrument rating while building time towards a Commercial Pilot’s License (CPL). This rating also requires a minimum of a third class medical.
Robinson 44 Raven II
- Aircraft Rental (**35 hours)
- Instruction (**35 hours)
- Ground Instruction (**30 hours)
- *FAA Check Ride
- *FAA Written Examine
- *Not paid to TBA.
- ** Estimates are based on FAA minimum hours. This price is subject to change pending the number of hours it takes each individual to complete the rating. Aircraft rental based on block rate.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Am I eligible to get a pilots license?
- Be at least 17 years old.
- Be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
- Pass a required knowledge test.
- Pass a required oral and practical flight test administered by a FAA designated examiner.
- Hold either a student or sport pilot certificate.
- Get a Third Class Medical Certificate.
How much time wiLL it take?
IN THE AIR - The FAA requires a minimum of 40 Hours Total Flight Time with 20 Hours Flight Instruction. However, many students require more time. There’s no rush and we won’t push you to complete your training until you’re ready. Our students average around 50 total hours of training.
ON THE GROUND – 35 Hours Ground Instruction
Questions About Flight Training?
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