Instrument Rating

This advanced qualification can be added either on a Private Pilot License or Commercial Pilot License, and will enable you to fly in challenging weather conditions by solely relying on the flight instruments.

 

Requirements for Instrument Rating (IR)

i.

You must hold a valid Private or Commercial Pilot License.

ii.

Hold a Class I medical certificate.

iii.

Have a valid Night Rating on your License. The 10 hours done during your Night Rating will be counted towards your Instrument Rating training.

iv.

Pass a General Radio License exam.

v.

Successfully pass the online Instrument Rating examination (pass mark 75%).

vi.

Complete 40 dual hours of Instrument flying time, of which 20 hours can be done on an approved simulator.

vii.

Pass a practical flight test with a Grade I Designated Flight Examiner.

viii.

Have flown 50 hours cross country time as Pilot-in-Command (PIC).

ix.

Once all requirements are met, all documentation is sent to the CAA and a fee must be paid in order to include the instrument rating in your License.

 

Instrument Rating

 
     
     
     
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