The 141 Instrument course is the second step in the IAA Career Pilot Program. The Instrument Rating will allow students to fly below VFR weather minimums, fly without visual reference, and shoot instrument approaches.
- Age: 17+ years old
- Education requirements: Able to read, write, and speak English fluently
- A person must hold at least a Private Pilot Certificate and Current Medical
35 Flight Hours Required:
|INSTRUMENT PILOT COURSE RATES||Pricing|
|35 Flight Hours with Instructor; Plane ($161) + Instructor ($65) = $226/Hr||$7,910|
|30 hours of ground school||$1,950|
|Final Exam Fees||$800|
|Related Cessna Kit and Materials||$500|
Instruction and flight times are estimates only. All times are the minimum required. Ground training varies per student work ethic.
No prepayments required. No club dues. No big contracts. Fly and pay at your pace.