IFR Rating: Single or Multi

When the weather goes down and the experience level goes up. If you've been flying for a while, you'll know how clouds can sneak up on you.

A good pilot will never get caught, but learning how to fly IFR (instrument flight rules) will offer you a measure of safety that one day, you'll be happy you have. Designed for either single or multi engine aircraft, the IFR course teaches you how to fly under instrument flying rules – departure procedures, enroute, and arrival procedures. The multi-engine component adds complexity and increases safety. It is essential for career pilots, and highly recommended for leisure aviators.

Our Seneca III and Seneca V are surely the best equipped multi- and IFR trainers around, and we lovingly call them "Baby Airliners". With the single engine service ceiling of 18,000 feet they give you the freedom of going anywhere on the continent, incl. IFR trips over the Rockies. Equipped with WAAS Garmin 430, 530, stormscope, T-CAS, weather radar, built-in oxygen system, auto-pilot, de-icing and air conditioning for hot summer days - it just does not brew you coffee.

This challenging course will make you a truly competent pilot.

Expand your knowledge and skill. Increase your freedom.

PRE-REQUISITE: Private Pilot License or higher, 50 hours cross-country pilot-in-command flight time
AGE: An applicant shall have reached his seventeenth birthday
MEDICAL FITNESS: Be in possession of Category III medical or higher
KNOWLEDGE: 20h IFR Ground School, INRAT written examination
FLIGHT EXPERIENCE: 40 hours of instrument time, up to 20 of which can be in an approved simulator
SKILL: Applicant shall successfully complete a flight test to Transport Canada Standards
TUITION: 12,374 CAD. Tuition does NOT include School Supplies
Note: the numbers above are minimal requirements by Transport Canada. Your individual time may vary.
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