Note that some of the courses described
below are structured to meet only the
federally established minimums for flight
and ground training for that rating.
Although it is possible to obtain a rating
in the minimum time, the vast majority
of students will require additional training
in order to meet required proficiency
standards. Contact us to discuss more
realistic estimates for each program,
keeping in mind that students vary widely
in the time they take to achieve proficiency.
For training purposes, one "clock hour" is
defined as 60 minutes of instruction.
Lessons average between 1.3 and 2.0 hours
each. A list of pricing and incidental
expenses can be found on the tuition
and other expenses page.
The Professional Pilot Instrument Program
comprises selected courses from our list
of available courses. If a student is
already a rated pilot, or wishes to pursue
training on a part-time basis, he or
she may opt to enroll in individual courses
Upon successful completion of a program
or course, a student will receive a Quantum
Helicopters Certified Graduation Certificate,
endorsed by the Chief Flight Instructor.
Pilot Instrument Program
Tuition and Other Estimated Expenses