IR(A) INSTRUMENT RATING CERTIFICATION
The instrument rating certification course aims to train pilots at the necessary level of competence to fly under IFR and IMC conditions.
a. Holding a PPL(A) in the relevant aircraft category, and:
(1) If the IR certification is to be used for night flights, the night privileges in accordance with FCL.810; or
(2) an ATPL in a different aircraft category; or
b. Holding a CPL in the relevant aircraft category:
Having completed at least 50:00 hours of Navigation flight as a PIC, provided that at least 10:00 hours for aircraft or helicopters and at least 20:00 hours for airships are in the relevant aircraft category; in airplanes, TMGs, helicopters or airships.
A candidate applying to the OEO for a Multi-engine IR(A) rating is required to be holding a multi-engine type or class rating specified in SHT FCL Subpart H and a single-engine IR(A) certification.
AGE, EDUCATION, HEALTH
a. Applicants should be at least 18 years of age.
b. Applicants should have been graduated from at least high school, or any equivalents.
c. Class 1 health certification is required.
PREREQUISITES FOR THEORETICAL TRAINING
010 - AVIATION LAW AND ATC PROCEDURES
022 - GENERAL INFORMATION ON AIRCRAFTS
033 - FLIGHT PLANNING AND MONITORING
040 - HUMAN PERFORMANCE
050 - METEOROLOGY
062 - RADIO NAVIGATION
092 - IFR COMMUNICATION
THEORETICAL FLIGHT COURSES
1. GENERAL FLIGHT SAFETY / EMERGENCIES
2. PRACTICAL TRAINING ON INSTRUMENTS
Flight: 15 Hours
Simulation: 35 Hours
Total: 50 Hours