Navigate your aircraft through limited visibility and a wide range of meteorological conditions with an instrument rating from Kilo Charlie Aviation. With the knowledge you gather, you can fly your aircraft to the full extent of its capabilities. Become comfortable in holding patterns, perfect instrument approaches, and hone your skill to handle anything you might encounter in the skies.
Don’t Let a Few Clouds Ruin Your Day
Becoming Instrument Rated is the next step in a career,allowing you to fly in more weather conditions and with more precision.
An instrument rating increases your flexibility as a pilot and is a major step in your aviation career. Whether you are a private pilot that is looking for increased knowledge and ability or you are working towards your commercial license, getting an instrument rating is an important step.
• Must be able to fly to the Private Pilot standards
• Receive an FAA medical clearance—minimum 3rd
• Able to read, speak, and understand English
• At least 17 years of age.
Standard Instrument Track
• 50 hours of Cross-Country PIC
• 40 hours of simulated instrument
• 40 hours with Instructor
RealSim SR20 Flight Simulator included
King Ground School Included
Kilo Charlie Started Adventure Training in
2020. Pick Destinations and fulfill
As Kilo Charlie’s Student Advisor, Chris and his team of training advisors are your guide to beginning your journey into the world of aviation. Regardless of your background, they will assist you in charting a course to achieving your aviation dreams.
“Flying is a serious business. Whether you are a recreational pilot, upgrading to an instrument rating, or embarking on a career as a commercial pilot, Kilo Charlie Aviation is the place to learn. Our course of instruction, the planes we fly, and the RealSim SR20 Flight Simulator all challenge our students to become serious pilots. We teach them to enjoy flying, but also take it seriously. At Kilo Charlie, we’ll show you a lifestyle that few others know.” — Robert Renfro, COO, Kilo Charlie Flight School