Get Your Instrument Rating

Take the next step in your aviation career, get your instrument rating, and take your flying skills to the next level!

Plane's instrument dashobard in night.

Take your flying skills to the next level!

An instrument rating is considered one of the most challenging training courses because it demands a higher level of concentration and precise aircraft control with references solely to flight instruments. However, it is one of the most rewarding ratings you can get as a pilot because it helps you become safer and more versatile while enabling you to utilize the aircraft in more adverse weather conditions.

Why Choose Us?

At Aero Global Aviation Academy, our teaching style is highly personalized. You will get hands-on instruction that will teach you how to perfect your skills of instrument flying in actual weather conditions and what factors to consider when making a go/no go decision.

Our Instrument rating Syllabus covers topics that will teach you the skill required for instrument flight which includes, but not limited to:

  • Basic Attitude Instrument Flying (BAIF)
  • Instrument Approach Procedures
  • Navigation (GPS, VOR’s, DME etc)
  • Holding Operations
  • DME Arcs
  • Cross Country Flying
  • Cross Country Flight Planning
  • Flight Plan Filing
  • Low IFR & High IFR En route Charts

All our aircraft are equipped for IFR, they are also ADSB compliant.

Challenging Industry Standards with our Online Ground Training

We know life gets busy. That’s why we also offer online ground training classes. Students get to schedule their meeting with their instructors at a time that is convenient to go through their Ground training syllabus.

Duration for Flight Training?

Students complete their flight training between three to six months. Depending on how often they fly, the time frame for certification will be shorter. Most students fly between two to three times per week.

If a student decides to go through the accelerated route and they are available to fly full time, the course can be completed within 4 weeks.

Training Requirements?

  • Must hold at least a Private Pilot license.
  • Must be able to read, speak, write and understand the English language.
  • Must hold a valid medical certificate.

Minimum Aeronautical Experience

  • 50 hours of cross country flight time as PIC.
  • 40 hours of actual or simulated instrument time.
  • 15 hours of instrument flight training from an authorized instructor.
  • 250 nautical miles dual cross country flight conducted under instrument flight rules (IFR).