Living in the Northwest, you know how the weather can be. With an instrument rating, you are less likely to get weathered in at one of your destinations. Regal Air has many full IFR aircraft for your instrument training. To enroll in the Instrument training course, you must possess a Private Pilot Certificate.
FAA Part 61 Instrument Course ESTIMATED COST
|Flight Time||Cessna 172|
|20 Hours in Aircraft||$2,682||$2,980|
|40 Hours Flight Instruction||$2,232||$2,480|
|10 Hours Pre/Post Flight Instruction||$558||$620|
|20 Hours in Simulator||$900||$1,000|
|2 Hours FAA Check Flight C172||$268||$298|
|Airman Knowledge & Practical Test Prep Material|
|Pilot Training Study Materials||$196||$218|
|Aviation Charts / Publications||$27||$30|
|Ground School Tuition||$179||$199|
|FAA Airman Knowledge Test|
|Computer Airman Knowledge Test||$150||$150|
|FAA practical Test||$450||$450|
Discount Package Purchase ($7,000)
*Premier members placing a minimum of $5,000 on account you will receive a 5% additional credit. You can do more.
Non-refundable contract required.
You must be currently enrolled in a instrument rating program with a current Premier Flight Plan membership to be eligible.
|Premier Flight Plan Annual Membership Fee||$495||—|
|Sales Tax (Aircraft, Supplies, Premier Fee)||$434||$430|
|Total Estimated Course Cost||$8,221||$8,855|
The above prices reflect FAA minimum required hours of flight training. This is not a guarantee of completion or costs. Your actual costs may be higher due to individual skills, weather conditions, your flying frequency and/or additional special needs training.
Prices do not include occasional fuel surcharges during volatile fuel pricing.
All rentals include fuel and limited insurance.
Prices effective January 1, 2013 and are subject to change without notice.