Typically, helicopter flights are performed under visual flight rules (VFR), but the ability to use all the helicopter’s equipment and perform instrument flights can significantly enhance the pilot’s flying skills as well as the level of aviation safety in general.
Some helicopters are certified for instrument flight operations, which allow performing flights in almost all weather conditions, especially in regions with unfavorable climate conditions. The achievement of the Instrument Rating will make you a more qualified and safe pilot as well as improve your competitiveness in the labor market.
In order to obtain the Helicopter Instrument Rating, you need to complete following requirements:
At the end of the course our graduate receives an additional instrument rating to his or her private or commercial pilot license, which allows performing flights in adverse weather conditions and/or in accordance with the instrument flight rules.
Depending upon your current experience and flight time, the completion of the instrument-rating course can take from 15 to 40 flight hours.
Office: +1 954 772-1212
Cell: +1 786 502-6669 (only TEXT)
Address: 1707 S Perimeter rd,
hgr 33A, Fort Lauderdale