Shoreham – new IR Test Centre

/ December 15th, 2011 / 3 Comments »

Due to the changes being brought about by EASA regulations the traditional IR test centres are being closed. This has opened up the opportunity for airfields such as Shoreham to advantage of the great training history it has, to become a new base for initial IR tests. This puts SkyLeisure Aviaton on a more equal footing (with operators at the original flight test centres) for initial IR flight training and testing, as students will no longer have to reposition with their aircraft to another airfield (e.g. Bournemouth) for the CAA flight test.

SkyLeisure Aviation has a long history of flight training for the Instrument Rating (as well as training Instrument Rating Instructors) and now has been given the facility to arrange initial IR flight tests at its base airfield. We have always been able to base renewal IR flight tests from Shoreham and will continue to do so, but allowing initial tests from Shoreham Airfield will enable us to offer our excellent personal service, competitively to a wider pilot customer base.

We pride ourselves in the personal attention we give to students, which may not be available at larger more impersonal organisations, to help them through the more difficult stages of the training. This new development in the regulations will give us a greater opportunity to offer this service to more trainee IR pilots.


  1. Gill Gallis says:

    Do you have a training simulator at Shoreham?

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