Single-Engine Instrument Rating
|Training / Materials||Duration||Total Cost|
|Dual Instrument||min. 15 hours* @ $235/hr||$3525|
|Written Exam, Flight Test, Licensing||TBD approx. $500|
|Total MINIMUM Cost (Taxes not incl.)||$4025.00|
*Hours required is dependent on which licence held and current student instrument time.
- To fly during instrument conditions in a single engine aircraft.
- Must hold a private pilot licence
- Must have 50 hours of cross country time
- 40 hours of instrument time (instrument time previously logged on the PPL, night rating, or CPL can be credited towards this minimum time). Maximum 20 hours can be on a simulator.
- A dual cross country of 100 nautical miles under simulated of actual IFR conditions must be completed.
- Transport Canada written exam and flight test required.