Fast Track Single-Engine IFR (Instrument Rating)

Ever wonder how pilots take-off or land in fog? An instrument rating provides a pilot the ability to navigate through clouds and other weather to eventually land safety at an airport using only instruments.

Requirements

Candidates must hold a private pilot license or commercial pilot license to hold this rating.

 

Prerequisites: 200 hours; 50 hours PIC cross country; 25 hours instrument training (Max 10 in an approved FTD or simulator) and the INRAT exam completed


Program Description

This rating can be completed as an add on for a private license flying or to a commercial license as well.  This rating will allow you to fly planes under instrument conditions while in cloud.

 

The cost estimates as listed here are for a Group 3 rating.  This rating is based on you holding a single-engine license prior to starting this training and a group 3 will allow you to fly in cloud in a single-engine aircraft.

 

*Subject to 15% HST if you hold a PPL.

*There is no HST on commercial training with MFC Training.

**All prices are subject to change without notice

Cost Estimate

Requirement Hours Rate Cost
Dual Training - Single Engine (C172) 10 295.00 $2,950.00
Dual Training - PFC Simulator 8 209.00 $1,672.00
Ground Briefings 5 87.00 $435.00
Flight Test 2 295.00 $590.00
Flight Test Fee (TC) $300.00
Total Estimated Cost $5,947.00

*Total price based on Transport Canada minimums required to complete
**All prices subject to change

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We'd love to show you around the campus and take you for a quick discovery flight to answer any questions you may have about the Fast Track Single-Engine IFR (Instrument Rating) program.

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