Multi Engine Instrument Rating
- Applicant must hold a Private Pilot Licence or higher with a multi-engine endorsement.
- An applicant shall have acquired a minimum of 50 hours of cross-country flight time as pilot-in-command
- An applicant shall have
- (i) 40 hours total instrument time
- (ii) one dual cross-country flight under simulated or actual IMC conditions of a minimum of 100 nautical miles, the flight to be conducted in accordance with an IFR flight plan to include, at two different locations, an instrument approach to minima.
- An applicant shall have obtained a minimum of 70% on the written examination Instrument Rating (INRAT)
- Applicant shall complete a flight test in accordance with Flight Test Standards – Instrument Rating (TP 9939E)
- The holder may exercise the privileges of the licence under IFR and the privileges accorded a VFR OTT rating in either a single-engine or multi-engine aircraft
- Instructor $75 /hour
- Cessna 172 $172 /hour
- PA 23-160 $328 /hour
- Flight Simulator $75 /hour up to 20 hours
|Dual Instruction 32 hours C172 ~||7,904.00|
|Dual Instruction 3 hours PA 23-160||1,209.00|
|Pre-flight briefings 8 hours||600.00|
|Flight Test **||975.00|
~ Assumes PPL with 5 hours of total instrument training. The majority of the training is in the C172 with the IFR dual cross-country and 3 hours of holds and approaches conducted in the PA 23-160
20 Hours may be done on the flight simulator
** Includes Transport Canada Processing Fee
NOTE: All instruction satisfies Canadian Aviation Regulations minimum requirements and is only an estimate. Prices subject to change without prior notice. Taxes 13% HST extra.
Prices as of April 2021