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Why Get Instrument Rated?

There will come a time in your flying journey that the weather will be just poor enough that a flight can not be completed under visual flight rules. Adding an Instrument Rating to your Private Pilot Certificate can help you be less bound by weather, meaning less cancelled trips.

• Instrument training course is approved by the FAA under Part 141.
• Train both inflight and in our Diamond Flight Simulator.
• Custom programs can be created at a potentially lower cost if you already have some cross-country pilot in command and/or instrument time.

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Don’t Get Derailed by the Clouds

Complete our accelerated Part 141 course and get your instrument rating in as little as 10 days. We also offer a Part 61 finish-up course.

Course cost: $14,500

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Looking for the Next Step?

What comes after your Instrument Rating? You may consider you Multi-Engine Rating so you can fly larger, faster aircraft. You might also consider getting your Commercial License, allowing you to get paid to fly.

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Talk to a Training Advisor

Want to explore starting your flight training or career track in aviation? Use the form below and one of our Training Advisors will contact you to answer any of your questions.