7-Day Instrument Training (IFR) Course
The need for modern and efficient General Aviation instrument training was, and still is, the driving force behind the development and implementation of this highly successful training program.
What to expect
Simple, straightforward, proven techniques and methodology are all that make the 7-day IFR course work. Cut to the chase of real-world instrument flying. Learn techniques that full-time pilots use every day. Workload is the number one enemy of the single-pilot. Learn to manage this workload properly, and you'll stay ahead of the aircraft at all times. Stay ahead of the aircraft, and you stay safe. BOTTOM LINE.
This IFR rating program was designed for the pilot who not only wants to receive the most unique instrument training available but also has a limited amount of time. Immerse yourself in an environment that is conducive to learning. Concentrate on single pilot instrument flying for seven days straight!
Don't put it off any longer! Be the safest, most complete pilot you can be. Obtaining the instrument rating will open up a whole new world of flight!
- Pilots must have a current BFR and medical.
- Pilots must have flown a minimum of 5 hours in the past six months or 15 hours in the past year.
- Pilots must have the instrument written passed upon arrival.
- Pilots must have a minimum of 15 hours of instrument time logged before starting the course.
- A minimal 50 hours of Pilot In Command Cross Country time are required to start training.