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Earning your instrument rating is challenging and fun. Flying "in the system" is even better. Whether you need IFR flight training as a stepping-stone in your career, or want the rating for personal use, these schools can help you achieve your goals.
IFR Training - Flying "In The System"
Wind calm. Visibility 10. Ceiling 900 feet overcast. Bummer. The VFR pilot is now stuck on the ground due to low ceilings on what could have been a great flying day. The instrument-rated pilot, however, quietly prepares his flight plan, fuels the plane, and taxis out for departure. Professional pilots need to earn an instrument rating on their way up the training ladder. Private pilots usually want to get the rating to hone their skills and be able to fly in less than VFR conditions. Either way, these IFR flight training schools can help you get instrument-rated.