Flying at night adds an entirely new dimension to pilot training. Whether the beautiful lights of the city or the amazing view of a clear night , a Night VFR rating permits you to fly at times more convenient to you. This may mean you can make an evening or night arrival back at home, or depart earlier, before dawn, for an earlier arrival at your destination.
Nevertheless, a Night VFR rating will extend your flying skills, including the use of navigation aids (NDB and VOR), and use of runway lighting equipment.
– PPL(A) license or
– at least 5 flight hours completed on aircraft that VFR Night will be performed on
– At least Class 2 medical certificate Part-MED.
– theoretical training
– at least 5 flight hours
– practical examination
– VFR Night training is subject to VAT at the full standard rate 23%