FAA IFR Online


Instrument Rating refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under instrument flight rules (IFR). The theoretical part will be conducted via live broadcasted classes.

Terms & Conditions



What’s Included

You will have over 100 hours of online theoretical training, which consists of:

  • 24 Hours of Live Broadcasted classes for Basic Knowledge
  • 4 Hours of written tests
  • 23 Hours of homework
  • 22 Hours of progress testing
  • 41 Hours of self-study
  • Lecture presentations conducted by appointed instructors 
  • In-depth consultations held 
  • Access to all class recordings
  • Access to your eLearning (LMS) portal where you will find all interactive study material.


  • To be at least 17 years old
  • To be a PPL(A) holder
  • To be proficient in the English language
  • To have sufficient level of knowledge of Mathematics and Physics


  • Training/Opportunities/Human Factors
  • Flight Instrument Systems
  • Attitude Instrument Flying
  • Instrument Navigation
  • Instrument FARs
  • Airports, Airspaces, and Flight Information
  • ATC System
  • ATC Clearances
  • Departure Charts and Procedures
  • Enroute Charts and Procedures
  • Holding Procedures
  • Arrival Charts and Procedures
  • Approach Charts
  • Approach Procedures
  • VOR and NDB Approaches
  • ILS Approaches
  • RNAV Approaches
  • Weather Factors and Hazards
  • Printed Reports and Forecasts
  • Graphic Weather Products
  • Sources of Weather Information
  • IFR Emergencies
  • IFR SRM/ IFR Flight Planning

Course Benefit

  • Our virtual classroom is set up with the latest technological advancements to ensure a prime level of learning.
  • Students can attend lectures, go through the reading materials, complete assignments, and fulfill their theoretical requirements.
  • No geographic restrictions
  • Students can save tremendous time and funds on their overall pilot training!
  • Courses are broadcasted LIVE so that students may voice questions and enable optimum

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