Single-Engine Instrument Rating

 

SKY LEISURE AVIATION

 

The Instrument Rating (Aeroplane)

 

 

SkyLeisure Aviation is very experienced at delivering the Instrument Rating course, whether it is for a single engine (SEP) or multi-engine (MEP) Instrument Rating. In common with our other courses it can be undertaken full, or part time. Flight training is carried out on our Piper series of aircraft with conventional instruments. SkyLeisure Aviation is also holds an AOC to operate Flight Charters, which adds to its experience of real world commercial flying.

Further course information is detailed below

 

Experience Requirements:

An applicant for an IR (A) shall hold a PPL (A) including a night qualification or CPL (A) and shall have completed at least 50 hours cross-country flight time as Pilot In Command in aeroplanes or helicopters of which at least 10 hours shall be in aeroplanes.

 

Theoretical Knowledge:

An applicant for an IR(A) shall have completed the theoretical course of instruction (at least 200 hours ) and shall have passed the theoretical knowledge written examinations

 

Flying Training:

Single-Engine IR(A) – At least 50 hours instrument time under instruction of which up to 35 hours may be instrument ground time in our FNPT2 simulator.

 

Multi Engine IR(A) – At least 55 hours instrument time under instruction of which up to 40 hours may be instrument ground time in our FNPT2 simulator.  The remaining instrument flight instruction shall include at least 15 hours in Multi Engine aeroplanes.

 

Note:     The holder of a CPL (A) may have the total amount of training required for the IR (A) reduced by 5 hours.

(Please refer to our separate pricelist for course prices)

 

Privileges of a IR (A)

a)  To pilot Multi-Engine and Singe Engine aeroplanes under IFR with a minimum decision height of 200ft (60m)

b)  To pilot Single-Engine aeroplanes under IFR with a minimum decision height of 200ft (60m)

 
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