During the IR(A) Training stage the pilot learns to fly only using the instruments of the aircraft. It allows pilots to fly without having outside visual references because of bad weather except when landing and taking off. Moreover the instrument rating is one of the most important milestone for an aspiring airline pilot.
- ICAO English level 4 Proficiency or higher
- Valid EASA medical class II with “IR Checked” or higher
- EASA PPL license or higher with NVFR rating
- Minimum 50 hours PIC time
- Completed IR(A), CPL(A) or ATPL(A) theoretical exam
Included in the training
- Theoretical preparation
- 30 flight hours on Diamond DA40 equipped with GARMIN G1000
- 20 hours on FNPT II simulator
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