The training course for the IR(A), Instrumental, modular Flight, is suitable for the student pilot who wants to operate aircraft according to the IFRR (Instrumental Flight Rules), and in IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions), obtaining an IR Certification.
The instrumental flight Certification can be obtained on both single engine and multi engine airplanes, with slight differences in the theoretical-practical part of the course.
150 hours of lessons are dedicated to the study of the following technical subjects: aeronautics regulations, general notions about aircraft, performance and planning, human performance and its limits, meteorology, navigation, operational procedures, flight principles, communication.
55 hours of IR, multi engine flight, at least 15 of which must be instrumental flight on a multi engine (IR MEP SP), and 40 hours of simulator FNPT II (IR MEP SP).
As an alternative:
50 hours of IR flight on a single engine, at least 15 of which are Instrumental Flight, on a single engine airplane (IR SEP SP) and 35 hours of simulator FNP II (IR MEP SP).