Instrument Rating
An Instrument Rating is a rating that is added to PPL (A) or CPL (A) and refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under Instrument Flight Rules and absolutely necessary if your aim is becoming an airline pilot.

Why an Instrument Rating?

• To fly an aircraft under Instrument Flight Rules with a minimum decision height of no less than 200 feet (60 m);
• After completing this flight training will allow the pilot legally and safely to operate a properly equipped aircraft in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC);

Entry requirements:

• At least PPL(A) with completed 50 hourscross-country as PIC or CPL(A) in the appropriate aeroplane category;
• Class 1 medical certificate in accordance with EASA Part-MED;
• The privilege to flying at night in accordance with EASAPart-FCL.810;
• English Language Proficiency in accordance with EASAPart-FCL.055;


• Modular IR (A) course shall comprise at least 50:00 hours instrument time under instruction up to 35 hours in FNPT II;
• The approximate duration of the course is 4-6 weeks, depending on weather condition and student's personal schedule and shall be done on single engine aeroplane and FNPT II The modular course consists of two modules, which may be taken separately or combined:
• Basic Instrument Flight Module:
Comprises 10:00 of instrument time under instruction, of which up to 05:00 hours can be instrument ground time in FNPT II. Upon completion of the Basic Instrument Flight Module, the candidate shall be issued a Course Completion Certificate

• Procedural Instrument Flight Module: Comprises 40:00 hrs. of instrument time under instruction. Procedural Instrument Flight Module can be instrument ground time in FNPT II (30:00 hrs.) and aircraft flying time (10:00 hrs.)

Course Includes:

• Aircraft manual
• Charts and additional aviator’s equipment
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