Instrument Rating

Single & Multi-Engine

Privileges

An instrument rating allows the pilot to fly during Instrument weather conditions (IMC) in either a single engine aircraft category 3 or a multi-engine aircraft which is a category 1 instrument rating.

Prerequisites

The candidate must hold a Private Licence, and 50 Hours X-Country Pilot in Command (PIC.)

Requirements

  • 40 hours of instrument time (Instrument time previously logged for the PPL, night rating or CPL may count toward this minimum time)
  • A dual cross-country of at least 100 nautical miles, under simulated or actual IFR conditions must be completed
  • A Transport Canada Written and Flight Test must be completed

Duration

Training is at the student’s pace and convenience. The course will take 2-3 weeks if full time and 2 months if part-time (3-2 lessons a week.), weather and aircraft dependant.
 

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Pricing

Single-Engine
Instrument Rating

Total MINIMUM Cost
$ 7,600
00
  • -- Initial Cost --
  • Books and Supplies: $200
  • -- Practicum --
  • 12 Hours Dual Flights: $3420
  • 5 Hours Ground Briefs: $400
  • 20 Hours MFD Simulator: $3000
  • -- Licensing --
  • Transport Canada Written Fee Fee: $150
  • Flight Test Fee: $400
  • Transport Canada Licensing Fee: $30
2020 Prices

Multi-Engine
Instrument Rating

Total MINIMUM Cost
$ 9,900
00
  • -- Initial Cost --
  • Books and Supplies: $200
  • -- Practicum --
  • 12 Hours Dual Flights: $5640
  • 6 Hours Ground Briefs: $480
  • 20 Hours MFD Simulator: $3000
  • -- Licensing --
  • Transport Canada Written Fee Fee: $150
  • Flight Test Fee: $400
  • Transport Canada Licensing Fee: $30
2020 Prices