Tired of always be dependent on weather? Want to fly in all kinds of weather conditions? Sign up for our IFR Group 1 course.
Students begin in the simulator with their Instrument Rating training, building up their Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) skills. This simulator portion lasts about 10 hours (for those to enter the program with the 20 hours of instrument training associated with Commercial Pilot Licence training completed). Once they have completed the approximate 10 hours of simulator training, they transition to the PA34 to focus on Multi-engine Class Rating exercises in preparation for the Multi-engine Class Rating Flight Test. They then stay in the PA34 to prepare for their Instrument Rating Flight Test and complete the cross-country IFR training requirements.
The holder of a Group 1 (Multi-engine) Instrument Rating may exercise the privileges of Pilot-in-command of singe-engine and multi-engine aircraft when there is no visual reference to the ground. When combined with a Commercial Pilot Licence, the licencing requirements established by Transport Canada to hold an Airline Transport Pilot Licence are met in accordance with CAR 421.34(4).
Rate Per Hour
Transport Canada Written Exam
Transport Canada Documentation Fee
Tuition (Not incl. tax)