INSTRUMENT RATING PREREQUISITES
18 Years of Age · FAA Private Pilot License · Pass FAA 3rd Class Medical · Understand & Speak English
INSTRUMENT RATING STEPS
INSTRUMENT PILOT PRIVILEGES
Fly in Instrument Flight Conditions · Receive Air Traffic Control · Guidance Along Your Entire Flight
Minimum of 30 Hours “Under the Hood” or in Actual Instrument Conditions (In the clouds) · Minimum of 50 hours Pilot-in-Command Cross-Country time · Pass FAA Instrument Written exam · Pass the Check-ride
Looking for the Next Step?
What comes after your Instrument Rating? You may consider your Multi-Engine Rating so you can fly larger, faster aircrafts. Getting your Commercial License allows you to get paid to fly.
• 16 Years of Age to Solo • 17 Years of Age for License • Pass FAA 3rd Class Medical • Understand & Speak English
• Fly Single Engine Airplane • Fly Day or Night Carry Passengers • Fly in Visual Flight Rules (VFR) Conditions
• Attend a Ground School or Self Study • Minimum of 40 Flight Hours • Pass FAA Private Pilot Written Exam • Pass the Check-ride
CLEAR SIMPLE PRICING
At RVA Flyers, we want you up in the air as quickly as possible. No hidden Fees or Monthly Memberships.
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