Flight training in a Cirrus SR22 to earn your Instrument rating can be done relatively quickly. In some cases in as little as 7-10 days. This depends on what you have already accomplished.
Look for an airport that is in Class E airspace and has multiple instrument approaches so that you can maximize your time in the air.
One great location is the island of Lanai, Hawaii. This Class E airspace has an ILS DME Arc, and VOR-A, and GPS approaches along with holding patterns nearby. This is one of the most efficient places to train.
Good crosswinds also make for excellent practice at this airport.
Take advantage of our "nearly" free IFR Instrument Rating Ground School course.
Laurence Balter is considered one of the most experienced Cirrus Instructors in the world. He has over 12,500 hours and over 8,500 in the Cirrus SR22. He's instructed over 11,000 landings. He holds the, ATP and Gold Seal CFII ratings. He has been a Factory CSIP since 2004 and has owned 3 Cirrus aircraft.