Why a Night VFR Rating?
• Acquire the necessary competencies to safely perform flights at night;
• Developing the skills, you have gained on PPL(A) course;
• LAPL(A) or PPL (A) license in accordance with EASA Part-FCL;
• Class 1 or 2 medical certificate in accordance with EASA Part-MED;
• The course consists of 05:00 hours;
• The approximate duration is up to 1 week, depending on weather condition and on student’s personal schedule. Night VFR training shall be done on single¬ engine aeroplane on your choice.
• Aircraft manual
• Charts and additional aviator’s equipment