Instrument Pilot Training

Qualifications and Requirements

  • You must hold at least a current private pilot certificate.
  • You must be able to read, speak, and understand English.
  • You must pass a written exam, oral exam, and a practical flight exam.

You also must have logged:

  • At least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as pilot in command (10 of these hours must be in an instrument- rotorcraft rating).
  • A total of 40 hours of actual or simulated instrument time (15 of these hours must be in a helicopter).

Upon completion you will be able to:

Fly under Instrument Flight Rules or IFR. It requires obtaining additional flight training from a qualified Certified Instrument Flight Instructor (CFII), including rules and IFR procedures to enable the pilot to legally and safely operate a properly equipped aircraft in Instrument Meteorological Conditions(IMC).

Detroit Instrument Pilot Training

Get your instrument flight training completed and be instrument rated in no time with MI Flight’s FAA Approved Instrument flight training program! Learn at your own pace.

Pricing & Equipment

$350.00 / Hr

R22 Training

Fuel included
Instructor included
Max seat weight: 240lbs

$650.00 / Hr

R44 Training

Fuel included
Instructor included
Max seat weight: 300lbs

Ready to start your certified flight instructor training? Here’s what to do next.

1. Register for our FAA approved instrument flight training program!

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