Single-Engine (Group 3) Instrument Rating
Ever wonder how pilots take-off and land in fog?
An instrument rating allows a pilot to navigate without visual reference to the ground.
Holder of a Transport Canada Private Pilot Licence
A Category 1 or 3 medical certificate
Minimum 40 hours of instrument training (maximum 20 hours can be done in a certified simulator) with 5 hours instrument time credited from PPL
50 hours of Pilot in Command Cross - Country time, Transport Canada requirement (PPL (PIC) Cross-Country time is credited)
Dual cross country of at least 100 nautical miles under simulated or actual IFR conditions
Minimum 70% on the Transport Canada written exam (INRAT)
Successfully pass the Transport Canada flight test
|Dual Training (15 hours)||$300 per hour|
|Simulator Training (20 hours)||$240 per hour|
|Ground Briefing (7 hours)||$105 per hour|
|(Optional) Ground School (INRAT prep)||$600|
- Estimated cost of the Instrument Rating is $10,835 based on Transport Canada minimum requirements. Actual hours and costs can vary depending on individual student performance.
- Licensing related fees $545.
- Prices do not include taxes.
- Prices are subject to change.