Instrument Rating Flight Training near Birmingham, AL
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Ready to Increase your flying Skills?
Obtaining your Instrument Rating is the next logical step after you’ve earned your private pilot license. Flying with an Instrument Rating (IR) expands the flight environment a pilot can safely operate within.
why become instrument rated?
So, why do you want to get your instrument rating? One reason is that the instrument rating is a good thing to have in your pocket, you never know when you’ll need it. Next is that becoming an IFR certified pilot is just another important step towards your career in aviation. The third reason is that you want to increase the productivity and safety of your personal or business flying.
The instrument rating allows you to fly without visual reference to the ground, horizon, or other landmarks. You will be able to fly through clouds, rain, fog, etc.. This skill is particularly useful when flying long distances, which can be difficult without encountering weather systems requiring instrument pilot skills. Or perhaps you fly somewhere and unexpectedly encounter instrument conditions. Additionally, time critical flights may be only be possible under instrument flight rules (IFR) due to adverse weather conditions.
Earning your instrument rating is not only a fun pursuit, but a major accomplishment. You will gain increased skill and confidence that comes from the precise flying required. For those pursuing a career in aviation, the Instrument Rating and knowledge you will receive during training is an essential and necessary step along the way.
Accelerate your Instrument Rating
Accelerated 11 day Instrument Rating
Geared for the busy pilot who wants to get their instrument rating in just a few days.
Your instructor will be 100% dedicated to your flight training and getting your instrument rating finished in as short a period as possible.
We expect full-immersion, 100% dedication from our accelerated flight school students. Our goal is to finish your training as quickly as possible, while also building true confidence and piloting abilities.
Our Accelerated Instrument Pilot Training is designed to be 11 days in length.
For pilots seeking Accelerated Instrument Pilot Training for Single Engine Land; please arrive prepared with the documents and following requirements.
The following is included in The Accelerated Instrument Pilot Training Program:
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