Instrument Flight Training

Palm Springs Flying School is the ideal institution to acquire aviation training. As per FAA requirements, we offer several distinct instrument flight training phases, each level designed to build on the skills and knowledge learned in the previous ones.

Instrument Flight Training

At Palm Springs Flying School, we are an FAA accredited instrument flight training institution that offers a wide range of training programs for all certificate levels

Instrument Flight Training

Pilots And Instrument Flight Training

Pilots who complete their instrument flight training in order to get instrumental rating benefit greatly. Getting an instrumental rating will make them better pilots, lower their insurance rates and help them to get a commercial pilot license. However, they must pass the instrument rating knowledge test, which is the most problematic obstacle for many pilots. With our training, passing the instrumental exam is not as difficult as people tend to believe. Here are three reasons pilots need to learn to fly IFR.

  • Become Better Pilots

Pilots who fly on instruments will become better professionals in a short period of time as it helps to boost their precision. Although earning the instrument rating requires them to know many different things, learning how to fly with precision stands as the most difficult and rewarding requirement. They will hit a descent rate or specific altitude once they complete the instrumental rating as well as maintaining it. Therefore, they will be able to control their aircraft better than they ever thought possible, which will certainly affect their flying in general.

  • Get A Job On Most Commercial Airlines

Although some pilots initially have no plans to get a commercial pilot license, many of them tend to think about it some point in the future. It is good to have the option. Waiting until the need arises to get instrument rating you will have to do a lot of training at that time. Instead, pilots should seek to learn precise flying early in order to reap its benefits and can breeze through commercial pilot training in case they need it.

  • Get Cheaper Insurance Rates

The aviation insurance industry usually gives rates that are generally cheaper to instrument-rated pilots. They consider these pilots to have increased training and thus increased skill, allowing them to pay lower insurance premiums. This difference can add up to a considerable amount of money depending on the type of airplane one is flying.

Therefore, pilots should definitely put instrument flight training into consideration if they want to be better in their profession with lower insurance rate and increase the chance of obtaining a commercial pilot license.

Instrument Flight Training

Instrument Flight Training

Instrument Flight Training

At Palm Springs Flying School, we are an FAA accredited instrument flight training institution that offers a wide range of training programs for all certificate levels—from Student Pilot training through Airline Transport Pilot (ATP).