The instrument license is one of the most important ratings achieved throughout a pilot's training. The instrument rating allows you the ability to fly in clouds, or in weather that would otherwise leave a non-instrument rated pilot waiting on the ground until the skies clear. As an airline pilot, nearly 100% of flight time will be conducted under instrument flight rules. Good instrument skills are what airlines look for in simulator evaluations.
Approximate Course Duration: 5 Weeks
AR Part 61
- 40 hrs dual instruction
- 20 hours ground instruction
- 20 hours ground instruction, written test, check ride
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