Marker Inbound Flight Training - Serving the entire Indianapolis Metro area.
CFII Available for Instrument training in a Redbird Advanced Aviation Training Device.
$130/hour with Instructor.
To provide high quality instrument simulator training for aspiring Private, Instrument, and commercial pilots.
Contact me BEFORE your 6 month grace period expires and we can get you IFR current in 2 hours of sim time! Save $170 over renting an aircraft!
Together we will do 6 approaches, course and nav aid tracking, holding procedures and more! (This is NOT an IPC!)
Get the first 20 hours of your Instrument rating in an the AATD! Save $1700 on your instrument rating by starting out in an AATD. Get the most experience possible, in the shortest amount of time.
Don't want to take advantage of the whole 20 hours the FAA allows? Our 10 hour package will get you well on your way. Save $850 over doing 10 hours in an aircraft!
Get 2.5 hours of FAA required instrument time toward your private pilot certificate, and save over $220!
If you go past your 6 month IFR currency grace period you are required to complete an Instrument Proficiency Check before you may act as PIC in instrument flight conditions.
Making sure a pilot is proficient raises the bar by design and is necessary for everyone's safety! As such, each individual will perform at a different level and pace. Because of this I can't really offer a package price. But I can tell you that every hour you spend with me will save you roughly HALF in aircraft rental costs! And we can do SOOOO much more.
Also, it must be noted that an IPC cannot be totally completed in an ATD. You will still have to go out in a real airplane and conduct a circling approach and a landing to complete the IPC. An IPC in the AATD will cost $130 an hour for dual instruction.
Want to shoot multiple approaches to minimums into JFK at night, partial panel, with carb and wing ice? Nearly any scenario you can come up with can conceivably be simulated in the AATD. $130 an hour WITH instructor.
There are many flight instructors who can competently give you the instruction you need. But many lack significant real world flying experience. I offer decades of teaching experience with over 8000 hours of real world (And I mean WORLD!) flying experience. Being dual rated in airplanes and helicopters offers a unique perspective on flying and instructing.
Also, I'm already at my airline job. So I'm not going anywhere. My priority is not building time but rather providing high quality aviation instruction.