IR Course (Instrument Flight)
The instrument flight rating allows the holder to pilot single-engine or multi-engine aircraft according to instrument flight rules.
- First or second class medical suitability
- Must hold a PPL (A) or CPL (A)
- Must have completed at least 50 hours of flight as PIC
- Good knowledge of English
- The theory course includes 150 hours of training that can include classwork, visits to airport organisations (Control Towers, Radar Centres, CDAs), and briefings.
It is possible to attend the course through Distance Learning (with 15 hours of compulsory classroom lesson attendance).
It is possible to attend English courses.
Flight training is divided into:
- 50 hours of dual instruction flight for a single-engine rating only
- 55 hours of dual instruction flight, of which at least 15 on a twin piston engine aircraft, for a twin piston rating
Theory course - IR distance learning (including classroom lessons): €3.000
Practical course - calculated according to the type of aircraft used.