Flight Instructor Rating

Do you have a passion for flying? Do you enjoy helping others realize their dreams? Would you like the opportunity to give back knowledge that you have acquired? Then become a flight instructor and know your material inside out. Teach those who want to fly – either as a great hobby or rewarding career. The Instructor Rating program was reviewed and approved by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training.

If you hold at least a valid Commercial Pilot Licence (Aeroplane Category) and have acquired not less than 20 hours instrument time, then you are ready to go! Flight instruction is given in Cessna 152 or in the newer Cessna 172R. You will complete a minimum of 25 hours of Instructor Rating Ground School and 30 hours of dual flight instruction, all with a Class One Flight Instructor.

Training costs reflect Transport Canada minimum training times and the program follows Canadian Aviation Regulation guidelines. There are no membership fees at Montair. Further information on Transport Canada licensing and experience requirements can be found on the relevant section of the Canadian Aviation Regulations, available online here.

30 hours dual flight instruction203.006,090.00235.507,065.00
25 hours ground instruction65.001,625.0065.001,652.00
Books and supplies50.00225.5050.00
Sub Total7,765.008,740.00

Additional Fixed Costs

Flight Test Fee200.00200.00
Transport Canada Licensing Fee 30.0030.00
Written Exam Fee 35.0035.00
Total Estimated Cost8,030.009,005.00
* information is subject to change, contact Montair for confirmation

Please, note:

  • Training costs reflect Transport Canada minimum times, times may vary based on the individual.
  • A $10.00 per hour charge will be added to all instruction conducted by a Class One Flight Instructor.
  • Fuel surcharges may apply. These prices may fluctuate without notice due to changing fuel and insurance costs.
  • Prices exclude applicable taxes.