Night Rating Requirements
The road to becoming a Commercial Pilot begins with you working towards your Night Rating.
Cooking Lake Aviation offers Night Rating courses specifically designed to get you finished efficiently & effectively in order for you to begin building your hours!
A minimum of 20 of flight training is required, 10 of which must be night flying, 5 must be dual including a minimum of 2 hours cross country. 5 hours must be solo, this must include a minimum of 10 takeoffs and landings. The remaining 10 must be dual instrument training, of which 5 hours can be completed in the flight simulator. 5 of the instrument hours can be obtained your Private Pilot License training. There are no written or practical exams required, but your flight instructor will have to sign a recommendation for the rating.
Allows the holder of the rating to fly at night in VFR conditions.