What is an Add-On Rating?
The FAA allows a pilot who is rated in one category of aircraft to train slightly differently for a rating in another category. The most common example of this is a pilot who has an airplane license that wants to train to fly helicopters. If you are unsure whether you qualify for an add-on rating, please contact us and we will help you figure it out.
Private Pilot Add-On Training
Instrument Add-On Training Program:
Add-On Training Program:
Did you know?
This process works both ways...that means that if you don't have an airplane license, once you have your helicopter license, you would be eligible to get an airplane license at the reduced add-on minimums. Want to fly the company president from Hartford to New York in the helicopter and then from New York to Paris in the Global Business Jet? Dual rated pilots can definitely expand their career potential, and when you're ready, we can recommend some great places to add-on an airplane rating too.