The IR(R) IMC course teaches pilots how to fly solely on the instruments they have a their disposal.
With modules on flying in less favourable weather conditions, this course goes through radio navigation and instrument approaches. This is one of the additional ratings you can add to your Private Pilots Licence and can only be issued to those who already hold a PPL(A).
The IR(R) IMC Rating requires a minimum of 15 hours of flight, 10 of which you will be flying only using the instruments. You will have to complete a ground theory exam and a final skills test conducted by a registered CAA examiner before the rating can be applied to your licence.
Our IR(R) IMC Rating Budget is based off of the following:
Another important addition to your Private Pilots Licence or LAPL is the night rating course.
The night rating course requires at least 5 hours of flying instruction 1 hour of which will be a dual night navigation. You must also have completed 5 take-offs and 5 landings at night.
Our night rating package is based off of the following:
As well as the above, our Flight School offers a wide variety of rating renewals and revalidations: