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Night Flight Training
A night rating consists of a minimum of 20 hours of flight training split between night flying and instrument training. Students may roll over up to 5 hours of their PPL instrument training and can complete half of their instrument time in our simulator. The 10 hours of night flying includes 5 hours of dual time, including a minimum of 2 hours of cross country time. The remaining 5 hours must be solo, and this must include a minimum of 10 take-offs and landings. There is no written or flight test to complete, but all applicants must possess a PPL and hold a valid medical certificate (Category 1 or 3) to be able to fly at night. Training can typically be completed in 1 to 2 weeks.
Canadian Private Pilot License or higher
Category 3 or higher Canadian Aviation Medical certificate
20 hours (minimum) total flight hours, which include:
5 Hours (minimum) dual night flight time, including 2 hours dual cross country
5 Hours (minimum) solo night flight time, with a minimum of 10 take-offs and landings
10 Hours (minimum) dual Instrument flight time (5 hours from Private Pilot License)
Note that like all flight training, night ratings are subject to a number of factors which may influence both the time and the cost of your training. The prices listed below are for reference only and are subject to change with limited notice.
5 hours Dual Simulator 500.00
5 hours - Carried from PPL 0.00
5 hours Advanced Dual 1,290.00
5 hours Advanced Solo 945.00
License fee 60.00