Single Engine Instrument Rating

Single Engine Instrument Rating


Allows the pilot to fly during Instrument conditions in a single engine aircraft.


The candidate must hold a Private Licence, and 50 Hours X-Country.


40 hours of instrument time (instrument time previously logged for the PPL, night rating or CPL could count toward this minimum time). 20 hours can be on a simulator.

A dual cross country of at least 100 nautical miles, under simulated or  actual IFR conditions, must be completed.

A Transport Canada Written and Flight Test must be completed.

Students are required to have their own approach plates and lo enroute charts. Either on paper or electronic via foreflight. Depending on when the training takes place, you may need to purchase 2 sets of plates as the plates expire every 56 days.


Training is at the student's pace and convenience. The course will take 2 weeks working full time and 2 months if part time (2-3 lessons a week). Course may start any time.

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