INSTRUMENT RATING*

Getting your instrument rating allows a pilot to fly in what is known as "Instrument Meteorological Conditions" (IMC).  For instance, if you plan to fly from one region of the country to another through various weather conditions; or legally fly when a low layer of clouds exists, you need your instrument rating.  For those wanting a career in aviation, this will be a requirement for most any job.

Summit Aviation is a FAA part 141 approved flight school.  Having this designation allows those flying with us to benefit from a reduction in flight requirements.  

*Private pilot certificate required.