A Federal Aviation Administration Part 141 Program
The Instrument Rating Course trains rated pilots on the procedures and skills involved in flying in IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions), in other words, without being able to look outside due to poor visibility (fog, clouds etc.). Regardless of whether you will fly in actual instrument conditions or not, the Instrument Rating will give you the tools and knowledge you need for a safe career as a professional pilot. In today’s job market, most employers require this rating.
It is generally the second step in flight training. Under Part 141 regulations for the Instrument Rating, the FAA requires 35 hours of flight training and 30 hours of ground training.
We are not asking for payments upfront. You will start paying for training when your visa is approved and you arrived in USA.