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The Night Rating is usually the first rating a pilot acquires after the Private Pilot’s Licence has been completed. Night flight has many advantages; the air is often calm with little or no turbulence, visibility is enhanced, there is usually less traffic. It is the most beautiful and peaceful time to fly. But we must be cautious... The horizon is obscure and there are also illusions unique to night flying. Therefore, you will have to acquire the skills necessary to fly with consistent cross reference to instruments. In addition, you will learn to fly with and without radio navigation aids as navigation is more difficult due to the lack of ground references.

Admission Requirements:
  • Private Pilot Licence
Licensing Requirements:

Experience
You must have 20 hours minimum total Night Rating training consisting of at least
  • 10 hours of non-instrument night flight time which includes
    • 5 hours of dual training with a minimum of 2 hours Cross Country
    • 5 hours of solo flying with a minimum of 10 take offs, circuits and landings
  • 10 hours of dual instrument time of which 5 hours may be conducted in a flight simulator
Skill
Within the 12 months preceding the date of application for a night rating, an applicant must successfully complete a qualifying flight under the supervision of a holder of a flight instructor rating by demonstrating the level of skill specified in the Flight Instructor Guide-Aeroplane (TP 975).

Note: Prices are based on Transport Canada minimum requirements. Students may require additional flight training hours and ground briefing time. All prices are in CAD and are subject to change without prior notice. An hourly fuel surcharge will apply due to fuel price fluctuation.

This program does not require approval by the registrar of the Private Training Institutions Branch (PTIB) of the Ministry of Advanced Education, Skills & Training. As such, the registrar did not review this program.

  Training Costs
  DA20-A1
$155/hr solo
$222/hr dual
DA20-C1
$180/hr solo
$247/hr dual
DA40
$250/hr solo
$317/hr dual
10 hours Dual Flight Time
$2,220.00 $2,470.00 $3,170.00
5 hours Solo Flight Time
$775.00 $900.00 $1,250.00
Licensing fee(school AP fee + Transport Canada fee)
$90.00 $90.00 $90.00
Total Estimated Cost $3,085.00 $3,460.00 $4,510.00