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Basic IFR Course for Private Pilots

Do not wait to get in a bind, be prepared to face unexpected instrumental flight conditions

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Basic IFR Course for Private Pilots Classroom Course

The Modular Basic IFR Course for Private Pilots has been approved by AESA/EASA.

Training

  • 10 days
  • 10 hours of instrument training:
  • 5 hours Shynthetic Flight.
  • 5 hours of flight in a Single Engine Airplane (SE)

Having passed the course you will obtain the cerfiticate of the Modular Basic IFR Course.

This training is a requeriment for Private Pilots who want to obtain the Instrument Rating IR(A).

 

SAFE FLIGHT
Do not miss the opportunity to do a training that can help you in circumstances bordering the Instrument Meteorological Conditions IMC

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The Modular Basic IFR Course for Private Pilots has been approved by AESA/EASA.

Training

  • 10 days
  • 10 hours of instrument training:
  • 5 hours Shynthetic Flight.
  • 5 hours of flight in a Single Engine Airplane (SE)

Having passed the course you will obtain the cerfiticate of the Modular Basic IFR Course.

This training is a requeriment for Private Pilots who want to obtain the Instrument Rating IR(A).

SAFE FLIGHT
Do not miss the opportunity to do a training that can help you in circumstances bordering the Instrument Meteorological Conditions IMC

The Modular Basic IFR Course for Private Pilots has been approved by AESA/EASA.

Training

  • 10 days
  • 10 hours of instrument training:
  • 5 hours Shynthetic Flight.
  • 5 hours of flight in a Single Engine Airplane (SE)

Having passed the course you will obtain the cerfiticate of the Modular Basic IFR Course.

This training is a requeriment for Private Pilots who want to obtain the Instrument Rating IR(A).

 

SAFE FLIGHT
Do not miss the opportunity to do a training that can help you in circumstances bordering the Instrument Meteorological Conditions IMC

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