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Modular Course IR (A)

Fly in conditions of instrumental flight Obtain the necessary qualification to work in an Airline

Panamedia

Modular Course IR (A) Classroom Course

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Requirements

  • Hold a current ICAO Private Pilot Licence PPL(A) or a Commercial Pilot Licence CPL(A) licence.
  • Minimum 50 hours cross country as Pilot in Command (PIC).
  • CLASS I medical examination

 

Additional requeriments

To get a Multi Engine Rating (ME):

  • 70 hours as Pilot in Command (PIC).

 

Theoretical Exams

Following the approved syllabus:

  • Airframe & System, Electrics, Powerplant, Instrumentation, Mass & Balance, Performance, Flight Planning, Human Performance & Limitations, Meteorology, General Navigation, Radio Navigation, Operational Procedures, Principles of Flight, Communications.
  • Or to have already passed the JAA ATPL(A) Theoretical Knowledge examinations.

 

NOTE: The ground training course to obtain the Instrument Rating IR(A) is part of the IFR procedures module.

 

Flight Training

Holding a PPL(A) licence

  • Instrument Rating for Single Engine – IR/SE (A).
    • Basic instrument flight phase: 10 hours of instrument training (5 hours of SE and 5 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II). (You get a certificate when having passed this phase).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 40 hours of instrument training (10 hours of SE and 30 hours in a flight simulador FNPTII).
  • Instrument Rating for Multi-Engine IR/ME (A).
    • Multi-Engine Rating phase ME(A) (in the case you have not received ME training previously): 6 hours of ME training.
    • Basic instrument flight phase: 10 hours of instrument training (5 hours of ME and 5 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II). (You get a certificate when having passed this phase).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 45 hours of instrument training (10 hours of ME and 35 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II).

 

Holding a CPL (A) licence

  • Instrument Rating for Single Engine – IR/SE (A).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 40 hours of instrument training (10 hours of SE and 30 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II).
  • Instrument Rating for Multi-Engine IR/ME (A).
    • Multi-Engine Rating phase ME(A): (in the case you have not received ME training previously): 6 hours of ME training.
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 45 hours of instrument training (15 hours of ME and 30 hours in a flight simulator FNPT II).

 

If you hold a IR(A)/SE rating and a ME rating, to obtain a IR(A)/ME it is necessary: 5 hours of instrument rating (2 hours of ME and 3 hours in a flight simulator FNPT II).

 

modular_instrumental_avion-940x310

Requirements

  • Hold a current ICAO Private Pilot Licence PPL(A) or a Commercial Pilot Licence CPL(A) licence.
  • Minimum 50 hours cross country as Pilot in Command (PIC).
  • CLASS I medical examination

Additional requeriments

To get a Multi Engine Rating (ME):

  • 70 hours as Pilot in Command (PIC).

Theoretical Exams

Following the approved syllabus:

  • Airframe & System, Electrics, Powerplant, Instrumentation, Mass & Balance, Performance, Flight Planning, Human Performance & Limitations, Meteorology, General Navigation, Radio Navigation, Operational Procedures, Principles of Flight, Communications.
  • Or to have already passed the JAA ATPL(A) Theoretical Knowledge examinations.

NOTE: The ground training course to obtain the Instrument Rating IR(A) is part of the IFR procedures module.

Flight Training

Holding a PPL(A) licence

  • Instrument Rating for Single Engine – IR/SE (A).
    • Basic instrument flight phase: 10 hours of instrument training (5 hours of SE and 5 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II). (You get a certificate when having passed this phase).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 40 hours of instrument training (10 hours of SE and 30 hours in a flight simulador FNPTII).
  • Instrument Rating for Multi-Engine IR/ME (A).
    • Multi-Engine Rating phase ME(A) (in the case you have not received ME training previously): 6 hours of ME training.
    • Basic instrument flight phase: 10 hours of instrument training (5 hours of ME and 5 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II). (You get a certificate when having passed this phase).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 45 hours of instrument training (10 hours of ME and 35 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II).

Holding a CPL (A) licence

  • Instrument Rating for Single Engine – IR/SE (A).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 40 hours of instrument training (10 hours of SE and 30 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II).
  • Instrument Rating for Multi-Engine IR/ME (A).
    • Multi-Engine Rating phase ME(A): (in the case you have not received ME training previously): 6 hours of ME training.
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 45 hours of instrument training (15 hours of ME and 30 hours in a flight simulator FNPT II).

If you hold a IR(A)/SE rating and a ME rating, to obtain a IR(A)/ME it is necessary: 5 hours of instrument rating (2 hours of ME and 3 hours in a flight simulator FNPT II).

modular_instrumental_avion-940x310

Requirements

  • Hold a current ICAO Private Pilot Licence PPL(A) or a Commercial Pilot Licence CPL(A) licence.
  • Minimum 50 hours cross country as Pilot in Command (PIC).
  • CLASS I medical examination

 

Additional requeriments

To get a Multi Engine Rating (ME):

  • 70 hours as Pilot in Command (PIC).

 

Theoretical Exams

Following the approved syllabus:

  • Airframe & System, Electrics, Powerplant, Instrumentation, Mass & Balance, Performance, Flight Planning, Human Performance & Limitations, Meteorology, General Navigation, Radio Navigation, Operational Procedures, Principles of Flight, Communications.
  • Or to have already passed the JAA ATPL(A) Theoretical Knowledge examinations.

 

NOTE: The ground training course to obtain the Instrument Rating IR(A) is part of the IFR procedures module.

 

Flight Training

Holding a PPL(A) licence

  • Instrument Rating for Single Engine – IR/SE (A).
    • Basic instrument flight phase: 10 hours of instrument training (5 hours of SE and 5 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II). (You get a certificate when having passed this phase).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 40 hours of instrument training (10 hours of SE and 30 hours in a flight simulador FNPTII).
  • Instrument Rating for Multi-Engine IR/ME (A).
    • Multi-Engine Rating phase ME(A) (in the case you have not received ME training previously): 6 hours of ME training.
    • Basic instrument flight phase: 10 hours of instrument training (5 hours of ME and 5 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II). (You get a certificate when having passed this phase).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 45 hours of instrument training (10 hours of ME and 35 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II).

 

Holding a CPL (A) licence

  • Instrument Rating for Single Engine – IR/SE (A).
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 40 hours of instrument training (10 hours of SE and 30 hours in a flight simulador FNPT II).
  • Instrument Rating for Multi-Engine IR/ME (A).
    • Multi-Engine Rating phase ME(A): (in the case you have not received ME training previously): 6 hours of ME training.
    • Instrument flight procedures phase: 45 hours of instrument training (15 hours of ME and 30 hours in a flight simulator FNPT II).

 

If you hold a IR(A)/SE rating and a ME rating, to obtain a IR(A)/ME it is necessary: 5 hours of instrument rating (2 hours of ME and 3 hours in a flight simulator FNPT II).

 

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