SKY SERVICES - Flight Academy - ATO

• Human performance and limitations • Meteorology • IFR Communications • Radio Navigation • Flight planning and Monitoring

REQUIREMENTS An applicant for an IR shall:

1. hold: - a PPL(A) including: the privileges to fly at night, if the IR privileges will be used at night; or - an ATPL in another category of aircraft, or - a CPL(A) 2. have completed at least 50 hours cross- country flight time as PIC in aeroplanes, TMGs, helicopters or airships, of which at least 10 hours shall be in aeroplanes. 3. have a good knowledge of the English lan- guage. The English language knowledge shall be such as to demonstrate at least a level 4 of proficiency in accordance with the TEA Aviation English Language Profi- ciency Test. 4. hold a class 1 or class 2 medical certificate. DURATION Depending on the availability and the dedication of the candidate, the course can be completed in 12 months on average. THEORETICAL TRAINING 150 hours of classroom. Classroom may also be done by using “video conference”. The theoretical training may also take place by using the distance learning methodology. The theoretical training covers the following subjects: • Air Law • Aircraft general knowledge - Instrumentation

IR SE - FLIGHT TRAINING • 50 flight hours

• 10 hours IFR Basic Instrument Flight* • 39 hours IFR Procedural Instrument Flight* • 1 hours Final Check

(*)up to 35 hours may be performed in FNPT II.

COURSE REQUIREMENTS INSTRUMENT RATING

IR ME - FLIGHT TRAINING • 55 flight hours • 10 hours IFR Basic Instrument Flight* on SEP • 30 hours IFR Procedural Instrument Flight* on SEP • 14 hours IFR Procedural Instrument Flight* on MEP • 1 hours Final Check on MEP

(*) up to 40 hours may be performed in FNPT II.

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