Instrument

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An instrument rating can allow you to fly more, with less worry about flying in weather that is less than perfect. It can give you the skills needed to avoid, and safely exit, a potentially hazardous zero visibility situation.

Obtaining your instrument rating will allow you to fly aircraft under instrument flight rules (IFR) into weather such as rain showers, fog, areas of low visibility and inside of the clouds.

OAS offers ground school, consisting of 24 hours of classroom time, preparing you to take the FAA Instrument Airplane Knowledge Test, all within a unique training atmosphere! All course materials are provided on a preloaded Windows powered hybrid tablet which is yours to keep!

IFR requirements are:

• You must be a Private Pilot.
• Meet flight experience required.
• Pass a knowledge exam.
• Pass a Practical (flight and oral) exam.