Instrument Rating IR (A) is a single course where the student begins with the flight training. The course consists of the Single Engine Instrument Rating IR/SP/SE training. The duration of the course is approximately 1,5 months.
- EASA Private Pilot License (PPL) with Night Qualification (NIT) endorsed
- EASA Medical (class 1) Certificate
- Original EASA ATPL or EASA IR results
- Minimum of 50 hours cross country as Pilot-in-Command
For the flight training of the course, the student will complete 55 hours flight training, including 35 hours in the FNPT II Simulator, 15 hours in the Single Engine Aircraft and 5 hours in the A320 SIM, for the PBN training.