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Instrument Rating

 

IR - Rating

According EASA - there are now 3 different IR-Ratings 

Full IR (A)

This is the known IR-Rating, what enables you to fly all Aircraft you are rated for, under IR flight rules. The route for the CPL and ATPL students.


CB-IR - Competence Based IR-Rating

This is a full IR rating that can be added to a PPL or CPL and also for frozen ATPL Students.

This is also a full IR rating, what enable you to fly all Aircraft you are rated for, under IR flight rules. But it does not include the HPA part.

It is basically made for Private-Pilots and CPL-Pilots 

The training requirements are reduced (10 h less flight training and only 50 % of the theory), to make it more easy available for a larger number of pilots.
            A great progress from more safety and quality in aviation!

IR-CB It des not include the HPA privileges.

But the HPA (theory) can also be done later.

But if you are holding the ATPL theory, than you also can do the IR-CB training and in the end you will have the full IR, because you have done the ATPL theory, witch includes the HPA theory.

E-IR enroute IR-Rating 

This rating will allow you only to fly IR-lower-airways after your VFR departure and you have to land under VFR conditions.

IR departures and IR approaches are not permitted! 

This will give Pilots only the possibility to fly under IR conditions on route.

The 3 different IR - Ratings

Full IR(A)  
Competence based
Enroute  

The Full IR (A) Rating

Theory 

for the IR (A) rating you need 

  • IR theory
  • ground school

We offer the Theory training in our residential program and as a distance learning program...  -> see "Theory Training"

Written exams

  • can be done all with us in Jerez

Written Test - dates: 2015 - see hear

Flight training

50 hrs total training, which can be split into 

  • 35 hrs Simulator (FNPT II)
  • 15 hrs on Aircraft

At the end there  will be a skill test with one of our examiners.

The Competence Based IR

Theory Training

This will be a reduced Theory-Program with less subjects and less questions... (about 50% form the normal IR)

The training can be done at our residential training or with our distance learning program including 1 days of ground school.

and you have to pass the 

  • 7 written exams
  • the written exams can be done with us in Jerez

Written Test - dates: 2015 - click

Flight Training

Will  be reduced to 40 hrs

Prior flight training and IR experience can be taken as a part of your training towards the 40 hrs of required training

Only 10 hrs (as a minimum) of the entire training have to be done before the skill test in an Approved-Flight-Training-Organisation ATO

The ATO have to assess the prior flight training, to make sure that the training and the training level is according the Syllabus.

On the end there will be a full IR (A) skill test like on the full IR(A) training.

We suggest you Students and Clients, to do the entire training inside of an ATO, to ensure the quality of the training.

Enroute E-IR

The privileges of the holder of an en route instrument rating (EIR) are to conduct flights by day under IFR in the en route phase of flight, with an aeoplane for which a class or type rating is held. The privilege may be extended to conduct flights by.

Theory Training requirement (same as IR-competence Based)

  • 80 hrs theory training prior the skill test

This can be done in a mixture of self study and class room training

Prior the skill test the student will have to demonstrate the theoretical knowledge to the examiner.

Flight Training Requirement

  • 15 hrs IR training on SEP aircraft

or for the ME-EIR

  • 16 hrs on under IR training and 4 on a ME-Aircraft

At the end there will be a skill test according E-IR

Note:  

We are not offering the IR-Enroute training at the moment, because we are not convinced of the sense of this kind of Rating - we suggest our Clients to go for the IR-CB rating what will be a full IR rating and very usefull!

 

Details and Requirements

of the different IR-Ratings:

IR (A)
CB-IR
EN-IR

Requirements to start the IR- Theory Training

  • Valid PPL or CPL licence

Pre entry requirements for the IR flight training

  • Night rating, (if you like that the IR will be also valid for night flights).
  • 50 hrs of PIC cross country experience
  • Passed IR theory exams

Medical

according the requirements of your licence

You have to hold a valid EASA PPL or CPL licence

  • where the IR-Rating can be included

RT license

To fly in Europe you need to have a Radio Telephony (RT) licence on IR level.

If you don't have a EASA-RT licence you can do it with us.

the UK-RT licence includes automatically the IR part.

Language proveniency check (LPC)

All EASA  - Pilots have to have at least a Level 4of the ICAO language grading.

You can do the LPC with us. IF you do it in any other school - check weather this school is interntionaly aproved by the CAA-Uk

License and Rating requirements

You have to hold a valid an current

  • SEP or MEP rating
  • PPL or CPL licence

You are required to have a

  • Night rating - is optional (will enable you to fly IR also by night if you have it...)
  • 50 hrs (PIC) cross country

RT license

To fly in Europe you need to have a Radio Telephony (RT) licence on IR level.

If you don't have a EASA-RT licence you can do it with us.

The UK-RT licence includes automatically the IR part.

Language proveniency check (LPC)

All EASA  - Pilots have to have at least a Level 4 of the ICAO language grading.

You can do the LPC with us. If you do it in any other school - check whether the school is internationally approved by the CAA-Uk

The theory training  - Web based Training WTB is fully available

the Ground school and the written test can be done Jerez!

and we are fully approved for the IR-CB training according EASA°!

Entry requirements

Minimum of 

  • 25 hrs (PIC) cross country experience

You have to hold a valid EASA PPL or CPL licence

  • Where the E-IR-Rating can be included

RT license

To fly in Europe you need to have a Radio Telephony (RT) licence on IR level.

If you don't have a EASA-RT licence you can do it with us.

the UK-RT licence includes automatically the IR part.

Language proveniency check (LPC)

All EASA  - Pilots have to have at least a Level 4of the ICAO language grading.

You can do the LPC with us. IF you do it in any other school - check weather this school is interntionaly aproved by the CAA-Uk

The theory for the IR-ER is available as a Web based training.

it is the same Theory training as for the IR-CB!

the ground school and the written test can be done all in Jerez.

The flight training for the IR-Enroute - we don't offer - we suggest to do the IR-CB!!


typically IR charts and maps..

 
 
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We are certified by:

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EASA
 
 
 
ACG
 
 

and with

  • LBA- Germany
  • Batzl- Switzerland
  • Spain


 
 

and with the CAA of: 

France, Belguim, Portugal, Noway, Finland, Sweden, Italien... and more...

to conduct Skill Test  and LPC