Instrument Rating

An Instrument Rating will permit you to fly in reduced visibility as well as no visibility except for take off and landings. You will learn more about the requirements for flight during your lessons. 

The FAA requires a minimum of 40 hours of flight training under simulated or actual instrument condition before you are able to take you Check Ride for the Instrument Rating. Most students require closer to 50 hours of flight training to master the required skills for the Instrument Rating. You will also receive about 20 – 30 hours of ground training in addition to the home study.

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