Delaware instrument rating schools
Featured instrument rating schools Close To Delaware
|Professional Instrument Courses 10 Day IFR Rating - Serving All 50 States - Essex, Connecticut|
Your Instrument Rating in Just 10 Days! You can avoid the inconvenience of being away from home when you train with PIC. Unlike other programs, we come to you. You can learn in a familiar environment, where you'll be using the instrument rating most, and on your own schedule. If you need to, you can plan time for business or personal matters between training sessions.
|Seacoast Helicopters - Portsmouth, New Hampshire|
Seacoast Helicopters brings helicopter services to the New Hampshire Seacoast and its surrounding areas to student pilots, rated pilots, tourists, charter customers, photographers/film makers and utility companies. Located at Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth NH, we offer new, well-maintained aircraft for individual rental, scenic tours, aerial photography, FAA Part 133 Utility and Long Line Lift and FAA Part 135 Air Taxi/charter services. Become a pilot by completing our primary and advanced flight instruction by FAA certified flight instructors under FAA Part 61 and Part 141. We are now offering FIXED WING instruction in addition to helicopter training.
|Cavu Flight Academy - Green Bay, Wisconsin|
Cavu Flight Academy is the premier instrument rating training school and the largest Cessna Pilot Center in Wisconsin. Located at Austin Straubel International Airport (GRB), Cavu Flight Academy has the state of the art training program to get your career and flying dreams off the ground!
|Trojan Aviation - Troy, Alabama|
Flight Training in Hawaii Thank you for your interest in Mauna Loa Helicopters and Hawaii Pacific Aviation. We conduct helicopter pilot training and fixed wing training in the United States on the Big Island of Hawaii and Oahu, as well as helicopter tours on the island of Kauai. Hawaii offers a great infrastructure for flight training; convenient flight practice areas, less congested airspace, more favorable weather conditions and best of all, one of the most dynamic training environments on the planet. Hawaii's training environment includes high mountains, ridge lines and valleys, offshore flying, constantly changing weather conditions and the opportunity to fly in busy class B airspace in Honolulu. Your flight training will present you with opportunities to practice bush, rugged terrain, mountain, and ridge line landings.
|Icon Aviation - Kissimmee, Florida|
We have gathered the experience of our team of Professional Pilots whom have accumulated thousands of hours in real world international operations and the ideal location of our facilities in south Florida. The use of leading edge technology and state of the art equipment makes a difference to the training environment. All G1000 Equipped aircraft and Top maintained. We partner with the best to bring you best results.
More instrument rating schools in Delaware
|Dover AFB Aero Club|
1360 Las Vegas Street
Dover, DE 19902
|Phill Air Inc.|
4157 Seven Hickories Rd
Dover, DE 19904
|Phill-Air offers you the opportunity to learn to fly in a fast-paced environment at Dovers premier airport. We adapt to your schedule and availability. We hold all of the ground school classes at our facility, located 5 miles north of downtown Dover. We can train you from your private pilot certificate all the way through your instrument, commercial, multiengine, and CFI ratings.|
|Delaware Aviation Center|
120 Old Churchmans road
New Castle, DE 19709
|The process of becoming a pilot is defined by FAA regulations that specify the training hours needed and the topics to be covered. For a non-pilot looking for information, its often hard to find it explained in simple terms. Thats where we can help! Read on for a clear, straightforward summary of what it takes. You will work with a Certificated Flight Instructor (CFI) who will teach you 1-on-1 what you need to know to become a safe and skilled pilot. Some of this teaching will be classroom-type (ground) instruction, the rest will be in the airplane, in the air. You can chose to do the ground training before the flight training, or concurrently. For your Private Pilot training, it is recommended to do the ground training at the same time since it is coordinated with the flight lessons.|