FAA Part 141 Instrument Rating

Achieving your Instrument Rating can be both fun and challenging. The training will be highly structured, integrating both ground and flight instruction to make your flights safe and efficient. You will continue your evolution until your Commercial Pilot stage.

 
 
The Course Includes
  • 45 hours flight instruction
  • 45 hours single engine time (Sim training included)
  • FAA 141 ground school
  • FAA 141 Instrument kit
  • FAA written test (1 attempt)
  • KSAN Airport pick up and drop off
  • We offer regularly scheduled shuttle service between our accommodations and the flight school when staying in AAA housing

Prerequisites: FAA Private Pilot License

Course Start Dates

Students must report to school a minimum of 4 days prior to the actual stated start date for orientation!

2022

    • June 27th
    • August 1st
    • September 5th
    • October 10th
    • November 14th
    • December 12th

2023

    • January 2nd
    • February 6th
    • March 13th
    • April 17th
    • May 22nd
    • June 26th
    • July 31st
    • September 4th
    • October 9th
    • November 13th
    • December 11th

2024

  • January 8th
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Additional Charges

Prices are based on our carefully designed packages to complete the training, in the lowest priced resource. It is not guaranteed you will complete your training within this program. Should you exceed any flight/ground hours, you will be responsible for the additional costs. Please plan and budget for any additional costs that may occur. Higher rates for aircraft upgrades applicable. Prices are subject to change without notice, but we will guarantee the rates if you enroll within 60 days of your initial course info request.

Student accommodations available upon request.