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Not a direct answer to the question, but I've been looking into the IF rating, too. If you want to go the cheapest way, consider doing as much of the training as possible in a nice inexpensive little fixed wing aircraft like a Cessna 150/152! I think they go for around $100/hr...


Also, consider doing all of the groundschool studying yourself. There is no official groundschool requirement and it could save you a bundle...



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412: Thanks for the Pro IFR endorsement. I checked out their website and was pretty impressed.




P.S. The infield was Edmonton... and now I know why they have the "Tennis Ball Mod" on 500 skids... It happened two years in a row doing auto's with Vertical Ref... Hmmm... maybe I see a pattern...

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