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INSTRUMENT RATING

Adding the instrument rating to your license will provide you with more opportunities and advantages in your career in aviation!

INSTRUMENT RATING

Adding the instrument rating to your license will provide you with more opportunities and advantages in your career in aviation!

INSTRUMENT RATING

Adding the instrument rating to your license will provide you with more opportunities and advantages in your career in aviation!

Instrument Rating refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). With the addition of this rating, excel and extend your journey in Aviation to fly through cloudy skies!

The FAA Instrument Rating – IR(A) is a qualification that extends the privileges of PPL(A) and allows a pilot to fly according to Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) with a minimum decision height for a landing of 200 feet. Once you complete your Instrument Rating training, you will get your IR/SE(A) qualification added to your FAA Private Pilot License – PPL(A).

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Steps To Earn Your Instrument Rating

Meet Minimum Requirements

You must be at least 17 years old, must be a PPL holder, must hold a valid class 3 medical certificate, and must be able to speak, write, and understand English fluently.

Complete Ground Training

You will have a variety of topics and subjects to cover before you start your flight training. With the help of our LIVE online theoretical training classes, you can complete the ground training from wherever you are with no delay! Once you successfully pass the FAA theoretical examination, you can commence your Flight Training.

Complete Flight Training

Train with qualified, experienced, and certified pilot instructors. Meet the minimum required flight hours by the FAA, where you will learn how to fly under various conditions, solo flights, and cross country flight training. In order to obtain an Instrument Rating, the pilot must complete a minimum of 35 hours of dual flight under Part 141 and a minimum of 15 dual flight hours under Part 61 plus 50 hours of cross country as a pilot in command (PIC).

Pass the Check-Ride!

Once you prove your knowledge to your CFI via various tests and knowledge checks, you will be signed off for your final check-ride with an FAA instructor. Passing the check-ride will grant the addition of the Instrument Rating to your existing pilot license.

Meet Minimum Requirements

You must be at least 17 years old, must be a PPL holder, must hold a valid class 3 medical certificate, and must be able to speak, write, and understand English fluently.

Complete Ground Training

You will have a variety of topics and subjects to cover before you start your flight training. With the help of our LIVE online theoretical training classes, you can complete the ground training from wherever you are with no delay! Once you successfully pass the FAA theoretical examination, you can commence your Flight Training.

Complete Flight Training

Train with qualified, experienced, and certified pilot instructors. Meet the minimum required flight hours by the FAA, where you will learn how to fly under various conditions, solo flights, and cross country flight training. In order to obtain an Instrument Rating, the pilot must complete a minimum of 35 hours of dual flight under Part 141 and a minimum of 15 dual flight hours under Part 61 plus 50 hours of cross country as a pilot in command (PIC).

Pass the Check-Ride!

Once you prove your knowledge to your CFI via various tests and knowledge checks, you will be signed off for your final check-ride with an FAA instructor. Passing the check-ride will grant the addition of the Instrument Rating to your existing pilot license.

What’s Included?

You have the unique opportunity to complete your entire theoretical training from the comfort of your home, with our LIVE online classes. Afterward, you shall come to the school to carry out the flight training portion of your course.

This organization of training will decrease the costs of the training, providing you with high-quality theoretical training following the current trends, while allowing you to save on the living costs. Our virtual classroom is set up with the latest technological advancements to ensure a prime level of learning. Students can attend lectures, go through the reading materials, complete assignments, and fulfill their theoretical requirements. 

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Available Courses

  • INSTRUMENT RATING

Private
Pilot

The theoretical training is conducted via Live Broadcasted classrooms or in-person classes, which includes detailed instructions on classwork and homework assignments, with the full support of our Learning Management System (e-learning).

  • INSTRUMENT RATING

Instruments Rating

This Rating Extends the privileges of PPL(A) or CPL(A) and allows pilots to fly according to IFR in cloudy weather or any other circumstance of reduced visibility.

  • INSTRUMENT RATING

Commercial Pilot Certificate

The Commercial Pilot License training is usually one of the last steps in becoming a professional pilot. The Commercial Pilot Certificate is a qualification that permits the holder to act as the pilot in command of an aircraft for compensation or hire, i.e. to get employed as a pilot.

  • INSTRUMENT RATING

Flight Instructor Certificate

Many pilots wishing to enter professional aviation positions become Flight Instructors in order to gain the necessary experience. The CFI(A) can be obtained in as little as 1-2 months depending on the trainee’s time availability for both theoretical and practical training.

  • INSTRUMENT RATING

Zero to
CPL

Obtaining a Commercial Pilot Certificate is essential for those planning a career in aviation. The Zero to Commercial Pilot License (0-CPL) Program is designed for students with little to no flying experience and who want to pursue a career in aviation according to FAA regulations.

  • INSTRUMENT RATING

Accelerated Courses

Accelerated Courses are fast-track programs designed for students who want to complete their training expeditiously. We offer an intense training program for student pilots seeking to train as often as possible and obtain their license in minimum time. The program includes one-on-one flight training and ground instruction.

  • INSTRUMENT RATING

Zero to 1500 hours

This course is designed for pilots without prior experience. It allows you to complete all the required pilot training modules, as well as the opportunity to build more hours as Flight Instructor with Flying Academy to reach up to 1500 hours of flight time.

  • INSTRUMENT RATING

Time
Building

Train with qualified, experienced, and certified pilot instructors. Meet the minimum required flight hours by the FAA, where you will learn how to fly under various conditions, solo flights, and cross country flight training. We offer courses under both Part 41 and Part 161 according to the FAA regulations.

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About Us

Our bases are strategically located to satisfy the needs of aviation students around the world. Currently, we operate three bases in the US. In the greater Los Angeles area, Flying Academy is located in Corona and Van Nuys. Not to exclude the east coast, we have an additional base in sunny Miami. Across the pond, we have two bases in the Czech Republic (Prague and Brno) and Bad Voslau, Austria (just outside of Vienna). 

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