An Instrument Rating is a rating that is added to a Private Pilot or Commercial Pilot License (links) and refers to the qualifications that a pilot must have in order to fly under Instrument Flight Rules. It requires obtaining an additional flight training from a Certified Instrument Flight Instructor, including rules and IFR procedures to enable the pilot to legally and safely operate a properly equipped aircraft in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC). The main privileges of a holder of an Instrument Rating are to fly aircraft under Instrument Flight Rules with a minimum decision height of not less than 200 ft (60 m)
Applicants for an Instrument Rating shall hold:
The IR (A) course shall comprise at least 50:00 hours instrument time under instruction up to 35 hours in FNPT II. The approximate duration of the course is 4-6 weeks, depending on weather condition and student`s personal schedule.
The course consists of two modules, which can be taken separately or combined:
– includes 10:00 of instrument time under instruction, of which 05:00 hours may be instrument ground time in FNPT II. Upon completion of the Basic Instrument Flight Module, the candidate will be awarded a Course Completion Certificate.
-comprises 40:00 hrs. of instrument time under instruction. Procedural Instrument Flight Module can be instrument ground time in FNPT II (30:00 hrs.) And flight flying time (10:00 hrs.)
Crediting for previous experience
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