Instrument Rating

For people who cannot be limited by poor weather conditions, an instrument rating is a must-have!

We offer three types:

  • Group 1 (for multi-engine airplanes with offset thrust; like our Twin Comanche)
  • Group 2 (for multi-engine airplanes with centreline thrust; like a Cessna 337)
  • Group 3 (for single-engine airplanes)

 

With a Group 1 IR; a person may:

  • Fly any multi-engine or single-engine airplane under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)

 

With a Group 2 IR; a person may:

  • Fly a  multi-engine airplane with centreline thrust, or a single-engine airplane under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)

 

With a Group 3 IR; a person may:

  • Fly a single-engine airplane under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)

 

REQUIREMENTS

  • Complete written exam
  • 50 hours cross-country flight time as Pilot in Command
  • 40 hours of instrument time
  • Complete flight test

Consult the Canadian Aviation Regulations for the complete details of these minimum requirements.

 

Interested in this course?

Course cost breakdowns are under review for 2023 and are subject to change.

Please call to discuss current course estimates.

306-384-4230