The instrument rating will provide you with valuable experience especially concerning avionics, regulations and procedures concerning flying under instrument rules and the infrastructure of the national airspace system.
Requirements (as per Part 61.65)
Training experience (as per Part 61.65)
The overall cost of obtaining the instrument rating will vary from person to person. The following breakdown is based on the average student pilot who flies one to two times per week and acquires his/her rating in 40 flight hours and 20 hours of ground school. Please note that this breakdown is based on our current rates and may change from time to time. Additionally, this estimate should provide you with an idea of virtually all of the costs associated with obtaining an rating.
Note: We offer instrument training in the R44 RII with glass cockpit avionics
Note: The full hour requirement (40 Hours) will be in the helicopter, with an instructor on board
Instrument Rating Cost Breakdown