Getting Your Instrument Rating with MyFlight
Just like the private pilot training, your instrument training at MyFlight is a personalized, guided approach adapted to your specific learning style. An instrument rating is considered one of the most challenging, but rewarding ratings you can get as a pilot. By having an instrument rating, you are increasing your safety as a pilot, growing your skills, increasing your knowledge, and refining your abilities as a pilot, whether you intend to fly in IMC or not. With your instrument rating, you will develop a deeper understanding of the systems onboard your aircraft and you will learn about instrument procedures designed to make your operations more efficient and safe. Regardless of what your aviation goals are, adding an instrument rating with MyFlight is an incredible and rewarding experience. Your instrument training at MyFlight develops the skills required for instrument flight including, but not limited to:
With a personalized approach to instrument training, MyFlight offers a realistic, practical, and efficient training solution to satisfy your needs. MyFlight prepares you to both pass your checkride and became a safe, competent pilot. Ready to begin your instrument training? Get started here.
Requirements to Get Your Instrument Rating:
- Hold at least a private pilot certificate
- Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language
- Receive training for and pass the aeronautical knowledge test
- Meet the aeronautical experience requirements of 14 CFR 61.65
- Pass the Instrument Rating Practical Test
Which Aircraft Can I Fly?
All of the aircraft at MyFlight are IFR equipped, meaning that you can do your training in whichever aircraft you'd like.
Diamond DA40NG N930PA ($189/hr wet)
- Garmin G1000 NXI with Synthetic Vision
- Garmin GFC 700 Autopilot
- Garmin flightstream-allows iPad to connect directly to panel
- Full WAAS Equipped GPS
- ADS-B In and Out
- Pitot Heat