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EASA – SEP – IR (A) / SINGLE ENGINE – INSTUREMENT RAITING 

PURPOSE OF EDUCATION 

Pilot training IR – Instrument Rating instrument flight training and experience is extremely important. IR training are also available for SE Single Engine. Single-engine instrument flight authorization is granted after a training PPL stage. Pilot training is the most important stage of his career. PPL license training start as the first step has been taken, but aviation is a very important stage of education. All training will be added in the future will be on this basis.

Inter Pilot Academy; professional pilot career path SE-instrument education students is a very important milestone vehicle. airway examination and screening at a later stage brought the IR experience, to be trained in CAT I conditions, high altitude instrument flight and IR simulator experience are training designed to prepare the ideal conditions becoming captain of the future candidate.

EASA SEP – IR (A) / TRAINING ACCEPTANCE REQUIREMENTS

At least equivalent to high school and college graduates,

To get the day for at least 17 years,

Minimum; kuralla according to EASA Part-MED Class 2 medical certificate,

Current PPL (A) license and is authorized to NVF

The PIC must have been at least 50 hours flight log

IR (A), CPL (A) or ATPL theory has received one of the course and have passed the written exam with success at least intermediate level to start the course (reading, writing, comprehension) english knowledge, before the end check ride exam certification must be provided ICAO Level 4 English language.

IMPORTANT NOTE: (Inter Pilot Academy candidates with zero English, first as the first step of the training is to give online training ICAO Level 4 level, ICAO Level 4 English training is included in the Frozen ATPL-training package. 

EASA SEP – IR(A) / TRAINING CONTENT

THEORY & SIMULATOR: Students receive training and CBT soft copy of the written sources in the IR theory training, they also receive practical flight simulator training in pre-flight training. 

FLIGHT LESSONS: SEP (A) students flying lessons, flying lessons during the flight to be made with the following topics öğrenirler.topla teachers and they also receive 50 hours of solo flight flying lessons.

Departure,
IFR navigation and approach
IFR navigation
Sensitive and Non precision approach procedures
Missed and holding procedures on Fix,

EASA SEP – IR(A) /SCOPE OF TRAINING AND OUTCOMES

EASA SEP – IR (A) During the training, students would have taken the first basic training in IR Instrument Rating, and they have learned their IFR flight procedures. professional instrument flight training student night, and all kinds of tools in daytime conditions CAT II visibility provided by the Inter Pilot Academy becoming an airline pilot, landing, takeoff, navigation and maximum knowledge and are awarded skill level to learn the methods approach. 

EASA SEP – IR (A) / TRAINING COMPLETION CRITERIA

EASA PPL Flight; Candidates training before finally experienced flight instructor with the end of the final exam are prepared, air may enter the final inspection test approval of the teacher the subsequent 1.5 hours, the final check flight test of an odd flight test, tool, landing, take off, in navigation and approach to the subject the student’s flight practical knowledge is tested. 

EASA SEP – IR (A) / DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR APPLICATION OF TRAINING

Application form

Copy of passport (picture page should have at least 3 years validity)

EASA MED Class 2 medical certificate

ID Copy (front and rear together)

Log Book last 3 page photocopy

PPL (A) and NVF’s license

ICAO Level 4 English certification

EASA SEP – IR (A)  / DURATION 

EASA SEP – IRA) with the result of the training given to the training of the successful candidate to provide timely examination and average weather conditions directly related 15 – lasts 25 days. 

Training Consulting Line :   APPLICATION FORM

SUKRU YESILER  / PILOT  / Flight Training & Pilot Career Planning Coach 

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