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What does our IFR Training include:
  • Highly structured curriculum
  • Cost effective program
  • Instrument Syllabus and lesson notes (created by Bill Lewis of SuccessLink Aviation, Inc. for Crosswinds Aviation)
  • Practice in a cost effective way in our Redbird simulator sim with Pilotedge ATC services so the experience is just like flying IFR flights in the airplane.
First, here are the requirements by the FAA to achieve your Instrument Rating:
  • 50 hours PIC cross-country
  • 40 actual/simulated instrument time
  • 15 hours with an instructor

The 4 Steps of becoming a IFR Rated Pilot:

You are now an Instrument Pilot and can enjoy the enhanced utility that flying an aircraft has to offer. There is truly nothing like it.

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