EASA Multi IR
The primary aim of the course is to enable the student to act as pilot-in-command, single crew, with passengers, operating in IFR to the minima, safely, in all types of airspace including controlled airspace.
You must be in possession of a PPL (A) including night qualification or CPL (A).
Minimum 50 hours cross country flight time as PIC.
Minimum 10 hours cross country PIC aeroplanes.
Demonstrated the ability to use the English language to at least Level 4.
Have passed the EASA IR or ATPL level examinations prior to conducting flight training. The validity period of those exams is 36 months.
Hold or have completed the training and test for a Multi Engine piston rating unless training for the IR (SE).
Be medically fit in accordance with EASA or UK legislation.
The Flying Course:
A multi-engine modular IR(A) course shall include at least 55 hours instrument time under instruction, of which up to 30 hours are in an FNPT II.
The course consists of two modules, which may be taken separately or combined. The Basic Instrument Flight Module (BIFM) comprises 10 hours of basic instrument flying. The Procedural Instrument Flight Module (PIFM), comprises the remainder of the flight training of 45 hours, of which 30 hours are in the simulator and 15 hours are in the aircraft. If you wish to commence the course at the Procedural Instrument Flight Module, then you must be in possession of a BIFM Certificate or hold an EASA CPL.
The total amount of dual instrument instruction shall not be less than 45 hours, of which at least 15 hours shall be completed in a multi-engine aeroplane.
At the end of the course, upon satisfactory completion and the required standard being obtained by the student, the CFI will issue a course completion certificate, which must be presented on the initial briefing to the authorised examiner for the skill test to be undertaken.
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