SOUTH SWEDEN FLIGHT ACADEMY

CBIR


The aim of the CBIR rating is to fly an aeroplane under instrument flight rules with a minimum decision height of 200 feet (60 metres).


If you want to use the privileges of the IR(A) at night and you only hold a PPL(A) you will also need to hold a Night rating.


You must have completed the flying training requirements for the issue of a multi-engine rating before beginning training for a multi engine instrument rating.


The theory runs as saturday-sunday intensive classroom sessions, every third weekend, plus home studies.

Duration

3 - 4 months


Course includes


  • 80 hrs in-class theory
  • 35 hrs flight training whereof 10 hrs simulator training (FNPT 1)

    If you have documented 5 hrs of Instrument time normally included in a PPL, you may credit this. 

Entry Requirements


  • Valid PPL(A) or CPL(A) with SEP
  • Night Rating (To avoid the restriction; IFR during daylight only)
  • 50 hrs cross country flight time as PIC
  • Medical Class 2 or Class 1

MEP with IR


We do offer a MEP IR, but only as an add-on to a SEP IR and MEP VFR


CBIR

Competency Based

Instrument Rating