EASA Instrument Rating
Overview of the Course
Instrument rating – EASA IR(A) is a qualification that extends the privileges of EASA PPL(A) and allows a pilot to fly according to Instrument Flight Rules (IFR)
IR Ground Training
The theoretical training is provided in a form of Long briefings to help you understand what will be expected of you in the following flight. The briefings are divided into 3 stages.
IR Flight Training
Flight training consists of two modules:
- basic instrument flight module (BIFM)
- procedural instrument flight module.
During the practical examination, you must demonstrate your ability to:
- Prepare your flight according to the regulation including weather, flight planning, alternate, performances
- Operate the airplane within its limitations
- Complete all maneuvers with smoothness and accuracy
- Exercise good judgment and airmanship
- Apply your aeronautical knowledge
- Maintain control of the airplane at all times
- Respect all regulations and limitation specific of IFR flights
Must be PPL Holder With at Least 50 Hours Cross-Country as Pilot-in-Command
Medical Class 1
To be at least Class 1
Why Choose Flying Academy
Los Angeles California, Corona
Los Angeles California, Van Nuys
Prague, Czech Republic
Brno East, Czech Republic
Brno West Falcon Field, Czech Republic
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The PPL is the first step towards becoming a professional pilot. With remote theory courses, you can complete your ground training from home.