Attain the skill level required to pilot in bad weather and add a higher level of confidence in your abilities. Students are introduced to precision flight by reference to instruments, which includes ground and flight instruction, addressing flight operations within the instrument flying environment. The Instrument Rating course prepares you for the FAA Instrument-Airplane rating.
Subject areas covered:
> safety of flight
> workload and resource management
> aircraft control
> IFR regulatory requirements
> advanced weather interpretation
> flight planning
> departure, enroute, holding and arrival procedures
> instrument approach procedures
This amount can either be paid in full or paid with an initial deposit of $1275 followed by periodic payments at your convenience.
Feel free to compare our flight fees to any other program, and you will learn why BSU Aviation is the leader in Professional Pilot Flight Training.
*Estimated cost based on past average flight times required for each rating or license. These average training times are from the FAA data base. Some students may require additional training.
To enroll in a flight program or learn more about the Bridgewater Flight Academy contact:
Greg Bongiorno, BSU Manager of Aviation Affairs, at 508-531-2654 or firstname.lastname@example.org
David Price, BSU Associate Dean of Aviation, at 508-531-6151 or email@example.com
Last Modified: April 5, 2011