CFII Instructor Flight Instrument Rating Training Ground

Complete CFII Training Package: $2,100

This price includes:

  • 8 hours of flight instruction in a Cessna 172 G1000
  • 20 hours of classroom ground instruction



  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Be able to read, speak, write, and understand the English language
  • Possess a flight instructor certificate
  • Possess an instrument rating on his/her pilot certificate


The package includes everything that is required to get most people through training and ready for the FAA CFII checkride – all in one package price. The only things that are not included are test fees which must be paid directly to an FAA authorized testing center or designated examiner.

All flights will be in a Cessna 172 G100, the ultimate training aircraft and the most popular single-engine aircraft ever built. The 172 features a sophisticated glass cockpit outfitted with G1000 avionics with Safe Taxi and Flight Charts as well as electronic checklists and a SafeFlight AOA system. The flight deck of the Skyhawk offers optional features such as ADS-B, traffic, synthetic vision, XM weather, and the GFC 700 autopilot. These advanced avionics create the optimal environment for training for your CFII Rating.

Regular Price: $2,920
Special Package Price: $2,100
Savings: $820

Customize Your Training!

For most students, the Complete CFII Training Package is the best, easiest, and most affordable way to get your instrument instructor rating. However, one size doesn’t fit all! We know everyone has distinctive needs and difficult schedules, so you can also train in a variety of different aircraft or pay per lesson to tailor your flight training to your unique situation! Check out our fleet for more information on different aircraft you can train in.

Train at your own pace – completion time varies based on how often you train, how quickly you learn, how well you study, etc. We recommend you schedule at least two sessions per week in order to make steady progress and complete the program in fewer hours.

CFII Instructor Flight Instrument Rating Training Ground

Why become a CFII?

Becoming a Certified Flight Instructor Instrument, or CFII, allows one to teach instrument rating applicants, both on the ground and in flight. By becoming a CFII, you will be expanding your career opportunities as a pilot while deepening your knowledge and understanding of many topics introduced in instrument-specific training while adding a wealth of aeronautical knowledge and experience.

How do I get my CFII Rating?

You must receive and log ground and flight training from an authorized instructor on (1) the aeronautical knowledge areas for the instrument rating applicable to the category for which instrument flight instructor privileges are sought and (2) the areas of operation listed in FAR 61.187(b)(7)

To earn your CFII rating you must complete the following:

  • Pass the 50-question knowledge test for Instrument Flight Instructor-Airplane
  • Receive a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor on the areas of operation listed in FAR 61.187(b)(7)
  • Receive a logbook endorsement from an authorized instructor indicating that the applicant is competent and possesses instructional proficiency in stall awareness; spin entry, spins, and spin recovery procedures after providing the applicant with flight training in those areas
  • Have logged at least 15 hours as pilot in command in the category and class of aircraft that is appropriate to the flight instructor rating sought
  • Have received 3 hours of flight instruction towards the CFII certificate within the previous two calendar months
  • Pass the required practical test to PTS standards for Flight Instructor-Instrument