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EASA Instrument Rating

Overview of the Course

Instrument rating – EASA IR(A) is a qualification that extends the privileges of EASA PPL(A) and allows a pilot to fly according to Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) 

Ground Training

The theoretical training is provided in a form of Long briefings to help you understand what will be expected of you in the following flight. The briefings are divided into 3 stages.

Flight Training

Flight training consists of two modules:

  • Basic instrument flight module (BIFM)
  • Procedural instrument flight module.


PPL Holder

Must be PPL Holder With at Least 50 Hours Cross-Country as Pilot-in-Command

Medical Class 2

To be at least Class 2 Medical with audio extension holder


Must be Proficient in English, Math, and Physics

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Complete ground training from the comfort of your home

Interactive Coursework, Stage Checks, and Monitored Progress

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Bad Vöslau, Vienna
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Prague, Czech Republic
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Brno East, Czech Republic

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