INSTRUMENT RATING (IR) - The EASA Instrument Rating (IR) entitles the rating holder to fly in accordance with instrument flight rules (IFR) to CAT I minima (200 feet decision height) in instrumental meteorological conditions (IMC) on a European registered single or multi-engine aircraft. For candidates who have passed the IR/ATPL theoretical examinations, depending on training options, the instrument rating modular courses can be completed between 2-4 weeks.
Hold an EASA issued PPL(A) or CPL(A) and IR/ATPL Theory
Be able to speak and understand the English language (ICAO Level 4)
Hold a valid EASA Class I Medical Certificate or Class II Medical Certificate with Class I audiogram testing
Have completed at least 50 hours of cross-country flying
For a multi-engine instrument rating, have completed multi-engine piston training in accordance with EASA Part-FCL, Subpart H
STANDARD PRICE €9.550,00 (50h SE-IR) €16.250,00 (55h ME-IR)
KICKSTART DISCOUNT PRICE* From €5.850,00 (50h SE-IR) From €9.950,00 (55h ME-IR) *Terms apply