IR(A) SE/ME – instrument flights qualification

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IR(A) SE/ME – instrument flights qualification

Instrument flights IR(A) qualification on single-engine and multiengine aeroplanes is a great way to improve your aviation skills. Pilots that possess this qualification are better at planning their flights based on the weather forecasts and data provided by the instruments. IR(A) means safer and more precise flights.

IR(A) - Fly safely and precisely
<> Fly safely and precisely
IR(A) - Fewer cancel flights due to the weather
<> Fewer cancel flights due to the weather
IR(A) - Better communication with flight controller
<> Better communication with flight controller

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    What are the requirements and training program of IR(A) courses?

    IR/SE training

    1. Training for the PPL (A) to IR / SE license holder

    Prerequisites:

    PPL (A) license; with valid SEP (L) qualification;

    VFR night flights qualification;

    • Valid class 1 or 2 medical aviation-medical certificate (class 2 certificate must contain information that there are no contraindications for instrument flights),

    • 50 flight hours of navigation flights as a pilot-in-command on aeroplanes or helicopters, with at least 10 hours on aeroplanes,

    • Confirmation of English proficiency prior to the start of Module 2 or passing the English language proficiency test; confirmed by a person with min. ICAO lev.4;

    • Certificate / report of passed exams at CAA with ATPL (A) / IR (A);

    Training program:

    • Aeroplae - Total duration of the program: 15h

    • Simulator - Total program time: 35h

    • A total of 50h

    2. Training for the holder of a CPL(A) license for IR / SE qualification.

    Prerequisites:

    CPL (A) license with valid SEP (L) qualification;

    • Valid class 1 aviation-medical certificate;

    • Confirmation of the English language proficiency license before the start of Module 2 or a positive result of the English language proficiency test, confirmed by a person with min. ICAO lev.4;

    • Certificate / report of passed exams at CAA with ATPL (A) / IR (A);

    Training program:

    • Aeroplane - Total duration of the program: 10h

    • Simulator - Total program time: 30h

    • A total of 40h

    3. Training for an IR/SE holder applying for an IR/ME.

    Prerequisites:

    • PPL (A) / CPL (A) license with valid MEP (L) qualification;

    • VFR Night flights qualificaiton;

    • Valid class 1 or 2 aviation-medical certificate (class 2 certificate must contain information that there are no contraindications for instrument flights);

    • Certificate / report of passed exams at CAA with ATPL (A) / IR;

    Training program:

    • Aeroplane - Total duration of the program: 2h

    • Simulator - Total program time: 3h

    • A total of 5h

    IR / ME training

    1. Training of the PPL(A) license holder for IR/ME.

    Prerequisites:

    • PPL (A) license; with valid MEP(L) qualification;

    • VFR Night flights qualification;

    • Valid class 1 or 2 aviation-medical certificate (class 2 certificate must contain information that there are no contraindications for instrument flights);

    • At least 50 flight hours of navigation flights on airplanes or helicopters, with at least 10 hours on airplanes;

    • Confirmation of English proficiency prior to the start of Module 2 or passing the English language proficiency test; confirmed by a person with min. ICAO lev.4;

    • Certificate / report of passed exams at CAA with ATPL(A) / IR(A);

     

    Training program:

    • Aeroplane - Total duration of the program: 15h

    • Simulator - Total program time: 40h

    • A total of 55h

     

    2. Training of the holder of a CPL(A) license for IR / ME.

    Prerequisites:

    • CPL (A) license with valid MEP (L) qualification;

    • Valid class 1 aviation-medical certificate;

    • Confirmation of the English language proficiency before the start of Module 2 or a positive result of the English language proficiency test, 2 confirmed by a person with min. ICAO lev.4;

    • Certificate / report of passed exams at CAA with ATPL(A) / IR(A).

     

    Training program::

    • Aeroplane - Total duration of the program: 10h

    • Simulator - Total program time: 35h

    • 45h in total

     

    What else is worth knowing about the IR (A) SE/ME rating?

    The IR SE and IR ME qualifications are not a subject of a VAT tax.

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    What skills can be obtained by completing the IR(A) SE / ME training?

    Obtaining an instrument flights qualification has many advantages, apart from the most obvious benefit of being able to fly in weather conditions below VFR rules minima.

    You will improve your communication skills

    When flying high in the clouds, you have to rely on ATC to keep you safe, so effective radio communication is a key aspect of IFR flights. IFR flying requires understanding the controller's instructions and reading them quickly and clearly. It may take some time to get used to IFR radio connections, but with a little practice you will become a more confident practitioner.

    Fewer flights cancelled

    In VFR flights, flying is limited to clear days. Again, an instrument flight qualification allows you to complete journeys that could otherwise be cancelled due to inclement weather.

    Become a better, safer pilot

    There is no doubt that gaining instrument flight qualifications is a great way to improve your pilot skills. If you accidentally fly into the IMC (Instrument Meteorological Conditions), you'll be able to use your skills to safely get out of a potentially dangerous situation. Even if the weather is at the VFR border, you may want to consider switching to IFR flight to reduce the risk of spatial disorientation or uncontrolled flight towards the ground.

    By having a better understanding of your instruments, you will be able to better control the plane and improve your ability to accurately hold altitude, speed and course. These skills can also be used while flying VFR. With more freedom to fly through clouds and tricky airspace, you'll cancel fewer journeys and start your flying to new and exciting opportunities.

     

    What is the cost of training for the IR (A) SE/ME qualification in Zonda Aero?

    The price of the training depends on the currently held licenses and qualifications of the training participant. In order to get acquainted with the offer, please contact us by phone, e-mail or use the contact form below.

    Zonda Aero Bydgoszcz, Poland, Europe