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 Simulated or in Actual Instrument Conditions • Minimum of 50 hours Pilot-in-Command Cross-Country time • Pass FAA Instrument Written exam • Pass the Check-ride.
Instrument Rating Course Averages
Flight Hours Total
Flight Hours w/ CFI
Ground Hours w/ CFI
About the program
Navigating the Skies: Mastering Instrument Flying with RVA Flyers
Achieving your Instrument Pilot License (IFR) with RVA Flyers is a thrilling ascent into the world of precision aviation. Building upon the foundation of your Private Pilot License, our flight school takes you on a specialized journey where you'll master the art of flying by instruments. Our experienced instructors will immerse you in a comprehensive curriculum, blending classroom theory with hands-on instrument training. You'll learn to navigate through adverse weather conditions, handle complex air traffic scenarios, and develop an unwavering understanding of instrument flight procedures. With cutting-edge training equipment and a fleet of well-maintained aircraft, you'll have all the resources necessary to hone your skills. As you successfully complete your training and examinations, your Instrument Pilot License from RVA Flyers will serve as a testament to your proficiency in the skies, allowing you to confidently tackle any flying challenge that comes your way.
Modern & Advanced