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Instrument Rating Course By 4Aviators
With an instrument rating, a pilot may fly in instrument conditions, instrument flight rules (ifr), weather below the minimums for visual flight rules (vfr). An instrument rating is not only for continuing one’s aviation education, but also in the unlikely event the unexpected does happen you will be prepared to handle additional flight conditions along your journey as a pilot. Furthermore your instrument rating improves your flying accuracy & technical abilities as a pilot.
Last Updated:
28-07-2022
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Location:
Africa
South Africa
Western Cape
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Instrument Rating Course By Algoa Flying Club
To be able to fly in cloud, or in any weather that does not allow a clear view of the ground & horizon at all times, requires the development of special skills. This is the instrument rating. If your aspirations involve professional flying then you will want to include the instrument rating as part of your flight training.
Last Updated:
26-07-2022
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Location:
Africa
Eastern Cape
South Africa
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IMC-IR(R) Pilot Training from Easy PPL Groundschool
This course is for pilots who already have a licence & wish to study for the UK Instrument Meteorological Rating Course IMC-IR(R). All of the pre-flight briefings for successful completion of the IMC-IR(R) course is included in this on-line course (our mantra is "learn on the ground, practice in the air"). You will also have all the necessary knowledge & techniques required to pass the IMC-IR(R) theoretical written exam. At the end of this course, you will have a thorough…
Last Updated:
14-03-2022
Price:
£39.99
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Location:
Colchester
England
Europe
Essex
South East
United Kingdom
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Instrument Flight Training in the Cessna 152 with Aviatech Flight Academy
Instrument Flight Training (20 hours in the Cessna 152) based out of Krugersdorp, South Africa.
Last Updated:
20-03-2022
Price:
R48,800.00
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Location:
Africa
Gauteng
South Africa
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Competency Base Instrument Rating CB-IR: License Issue
The Competency Based Instrument Rating(IR) for aeroplanes is a modular flying training course designed to train PPL or CPL holders for the IR(A), taking into account prior instrument flight instruction and experience.
Last Updated:
08-04-2022
Price:
£180.00
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Location:
Oxford
England
Europe
South East
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
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Competency Base Instrument Rating CB-IR: Skills test
The Competency Based Instrument Rating(IR) for aeroplanes is a modular flying training course designed to train PPL or CPL holders for the IR(A), taking into account prior instrument flight instruction and experience.
Last Updated:
08-04-2022
Price:
£200.00
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Location:
Oxford
England
Europe
South East
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
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Competency Base Instrument Rating CB-IR: Instrument approach fees
The Competency Based Instrument Rating(IR) for aeroplanes is a modular flying training course designed to train PPL or CPL holders for the IR(A), taking into account prior instrument flight instruction and experience.
Last Updated:
08-04-2022
Price:
£1,120.00
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Location:
Oxford
England
Europe
South East
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
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Competency Based Instrument Rating CB-IR (25 hours)
The Competency Based Instrument Rating(IR) for aeroplanes is a modular flying training course designed to train PPL or CPL holders for the IR(A), taking into account prior instrument flight instruction and experience.
Last Updated:
08-04-2022
Price:
£8,950.00
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Location:
Oxford
England
Europe
South East
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
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Competency Base Instrument Rating CB-IR: 7 day training
The Competency Based Instrument Rating(IR) for aeroplanes is a modular flying training course designed to train PPL or CPL holders for the IR(A), taking into account prior instrument flight instruction and experience.
Last Updated:
08-04-2022
Price:
£3,500.00
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Location:
Oxford
England
Europe
South East
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
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Instrument Rating Restricted IR(R): Instrument Approach Fees
The Instrument Rating Restricted IR(R) is a UK National Rating and as such is only valid for flights in UK territorial airspace, Channel Islands and Isle of Man airspace. The rating allows the holder to fly cross country and carry out airfield approaches in reduced visibility weather using sole reference and guidance to onboard flight performance and navigation instruments
Last Updated:
08-04-2022
Price:
£320.00
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Location:
Oxford
England
Europe
South East
Oxfordshire
United Kingdom
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An Instrument Rating (IR) qualifies a pilot to act as Pilot-In-Command (PIC) of an aircraft under Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC), which allows you to fly under Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) with a minimum decision height of 200 feet. Instrument Rating Courses can be taken for Aeroplanes, Helicopters and Airships. The course comprises of at least 10 hours instrument flying while under instruction, written exams and an airborne skills test. In order to qualify for an IR course, you need to already hold a PPL, CPL or ATPL and have completed at least 50 hours flying as PIC. Find Flight Training Organisations that offer IR Training on the AvPay Flying School Directory.