IRA(A) SEP license for instrument flying

INSTRUCTION INFORMATION

 

Anticipated degree

The pilot trainee with PPL(A) or CPL(A) and a clearance for night flight shall obtain the rating for instrument-flying under the regulations of JAR-FCL Subpart E. Obtaining this rating the pilot is entitled to fly one engined piston engine airplanes under instrumental conditions with a starting weight up to 5.700 kg in his own responsibility.

 

Curriculum theory

 

Subject

Selfstudy/CBT

Classroom

Airlaw

Aircraft General Knowledge

Flight Performance and Planning

Human Performance

Meteorology

Navigation

Communications

26h

15h

14h

7h

11h

15h

3,5h

91,5h 

28h

16h

16h

8h

12h

16h

4h

100h

 

Instruction in practice
15 hours practice under control of an instructor with Rockwell Commander 114b or Cessna 172SP G1000
35 hours practice with flight simulator Elite FNTP II

 

Duration of training
Theory 3-4 months
Practice 4-6 months
The whole instruction depends fundamental on the timing of the pilot trainee and takes on average 8 months.

 

Requirements
PPL(A) or CPL(A)
Radio license
Medical certificate of fitness for instrumental flying
Clearance for night flight
50 hours experience in cross-country flights as pilot in authority

 

Costs
Please consider that in addition to the costs of the instruction program you have to bear also costs for the medical examinations and fees for the certification of the license. You also have to pay landing charges.