Instrument Rating (Single Engine)
Pilots (and everyone else) would all be much happier if the weather was perfect all the time. However, whether you’re in South Florida or the Memphis, Tennessee area, weather conditions can change from beautiful to ugly in a matter of minutes and everyone should be able to safely adapt, especially pilots.
We offer Instrument Rating training for anyone who holds at least a private pilot license. Instrument Rating training is be the next step for any pilot that wants to continue improving and advancing their skills. The training will teach you how to handle unexpected situations so you become a better and safer pilot. Instrument rating training builds confidence when in the air by giving pilots the skills to fly through challenging conditions. The training is especially helpful for those interested in a commercial aviation career. Pilots who have received an Instrument Rating have a clear advantage over those who haven’t.
Requirements: Applicant must be 17 years of age and at minimum must hold an FAA third class medical with private pilot certificate.
Duration: 3 – 5 weeks
Base Price: $8,799.00
We want our students to continually progress their skills as pilots. If you are a pilot in South Florida or the Memphis, Tennessee area, receiving an Instrument Rating is the best way to enhance your flying skills. It gives you more flexibility to fly and it can also save your life should the unexpected happen.
As with every school, actual costs vary depending on each student’s unique abilities. Our price quotes are based on FAA minimum required hours under FAR Part 141 regulations and do not include any applicable examiner fees, student visa fees, TSA fees, knowledge exam costs, textbooks, or accommodations. Flight training is a highly individualized process and the actual number of hours required to reach a standard will vary significantly by candidate. Fuel Surcharges may apply and are subject to change without notice. There is a one-time enrollment fee for all CTI Professional Flight Training students.