Instrument rating – IR/MEP

The goal of this course is to train pilots to an expertise standard essential for piloting during IFR flights and under instrument meteorological conditions.

 

Student will gradually proceed through the whole course and at the end will be able to fly with multi-engine airplanes under IFR with minimum decision altitude of 200 ft.

 

ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS
Applicant for this qualification must hold valid PPL (A) or CPL(A) license, further then NIGHT qualification and valid type qualification for MEP.
TRAINING PROGRAM

After meeting entrance requirements you can commence the training course. It consists of theoretical and practical training.

 

Theory:

The applicant must complete certified course of theoretical education IR(A) in rage of at least 200 education hours (1 hour = 60 minutes of education) or as a part of theoretical course ATPL in range of 450 hours in certified organization for ground training – for example in our school. All schools for theoretical education also provide distance learning type, where most of the course is completed by self-study.

Practice:


Complete pilot training comprises 55 flight hours, from which 35 hours on FNPT II simulator and 20 hours on two-engine aircraft.

 

AIRCRAFT FOR IR(A)/MEP TRAINING

 

Tecnam P2006T Piper PA-34 Seneca V

 

EXAMINATIONS

Theory:

A student may complete the examination in theoretical knowledge already during the practical course. Theoretical examination proceeds in Czech or English and is computer based. The examination takes place at Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) in Prague. Test questions are of multiple-choice type, one correct answer out of 4 possible.

Practice:

Practical examination includes en-route flight with examiner in length of c. 1,5 hours. Pilot must have at least 50 hours of cross-countries as pilot-in-command (PIC CC) before the final examination.

CREDIT FROM PREVIOUS PRACTICE
CPL (A) holders undergo the practical training in length of 50 hours (35 hours on a simulator FNPT II a 15 hours on two-engine aircraft), holders of IR(H) qualification are credited with 10 hours.