During the PPL and CPL training, you will learn to fly using visual references – but the ability to fly by instruments alone is mandatory for all airline, charter, and corporate pilots who invariably need to fly under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC).
The Instrument Rating can be completed on a PPL or CPL licence.
Our programme is designed to give students a maximum number of multi engine hours (22 – 24 hours) during their training with options for single engine and multi engine Instrument Ratings available.
Our Integrated IFR training programme utilises both Single Engine and Multi Engine aircraft to ensure your progress in the IFR environment is structured and manageable for all students. This courses ensures you are trained in all the modern and traditional nav aids, including GPS (Technically Enhanced), VOR, NDB and ILS.
We can design your IFR training to suit your individual requirements, to enhance your employment prospects.
We will train you in simulated and actual instrument flight rule (IFR) conditions with training aids designed to help you concentrate only on the instrument panel. Instrument flight training will teach you how to fly in any diverse weather conditions, in low visibility and at night.
You must pass all exams to obtain a single or multi-engine Instrument Rating.
Our IFR course introduces students to the world of simulation coupled with practical hands on flying in the IFR environment with training aids designed to help you concentrate on the instrument panel only. Instrument flight training will teach you how to fly in adverse weather conditions, in low visibility and at night.