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Started on 25/10/2020

IR(R) IMC Rating

The IR(R) IMC course teaches the pilot to fly in marginal weather conditions including cloud, radio navigation and instrument approaches. The IR(R) IMC is a national rating – the CAA will only add an IR(R) rating to a UK issued PPL licence. Minimum requirements for the IR(R) course are at least 25 hours experience following PPL issue (10 of which are as Pilot In Command and 5 hours of cross-country flying). The IR(R) course is a 15 hour course – 15 hours of dual instruction of which 10 hours is flying solely on instruments.

  • Marginal Weather Flying
  • Radio & Instrument Approaches
  • 15 hours instruction
  • National Rating

Night Qualification

The basic PPL (A) and LAPL (A) licence allows the pilot to fly in daylight only – for those who want to fly in the still night skies, we teach the Night qualification which allows the holder to fly before sunrise and after sunset. The Night qualification is a EASA qualification and is recognised throughout Europe. Night training can be completed during PPL or LAPL training. The requirements for the Night qualification are 5 hours of overall night flying, of which at least 3 are under dual instruction, and at least 1 hour of dual night navigation. This training must include 5 take offs and full stop landings at night.

  • Fly the night skies
  • National Rating
  • 5 hours instruction
  • 5 takes offs and full stop landings at night

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