Competency Based Instrument Rating - Single Engine
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.
The theory runs as saturday-sunday intensive classroom sessions, every third weekend, plus home studies.
3 - 4 months
If you have documented 5 hrs of Instrument time normally included in a PPL, you may credit this.
MEP with IR
We do offer a MEP IR as an add-on to a SEP IR and MEP VFR.
You must have completed the flight training requirements for the issue of a multi-engine class rating before beginning training for a multi engine instrument rating.
Additional IR training required:
The Small Print
Complete courses are calculated for minimum required flighthours, be aware that you might need more hours to meet required standard for skilltest. See Hourly Rates for prices for extra flight and tutoring hours. Please read our Terms of Purchase.
Not included in prices above:
Hard copy books (optional)
Pilot material such as headsets, logbooks, rulers etc.
Landing fees abroad (optional)
Handling agents abroad (optional)
Hotel, food and taxi when overnighting during for example IR nav flights (optional)
Authority's certificate fees & Medical