The instrument rating teaches you to fly in limited visibility, fog, and clouds. You will learn to maneuver the airplane by reference to instruments. In addition to enhancing your piloting skills, you will enhance your confidence and safety.
The FAA requires that you meet the following minimum requirements in order to obtain an Instrument Rating. Through rigorous training, simulators, and practical application our instructors can help you fly in IFR conditions safely and effectively.
Obtain Private Pilot Certificate
FAA 3rd Class Medical
Pass the FAA Written Knowledge Test
Pass the FAA Practical Test
Log 40* Hours of Dual Instrument Time
Total Flight Solutions uses the RedBird TD Flight Training Device. This FTD can be used for up to 10 hours towards your instrument rating and can be used to maintain your currency.
Good Faith Estimate
DISCLAIMER: This is a good faith estimate. Variability in learning styles, consistency, weather, aircraft availability, quoted rental schedules, flight and ground instruction schedules can impact the pricing listed above. Pricing is as of June 1, 2018 and is subject to change at any time.