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.

Download PDF below for an estimate of cost to complete this course