50 hours PIC cross-country
Passed all 14 ATPL theory exams
Valid Medical Certificate EASA Class 2
Valid Radio Operator Certificate
Copy of a Photo ID or Passport
Copy of Flying Licence
Copy of Radio Operator Certificate
Copy of first and last page of your Logbook
Copy Medical Certificate EASA Class 2
Instrument rating course comprises a total of 50 flying hours.
First 10 hours are Basic Instrument flying, of which first 5 hours are in a FNPT II simulator
and the remaining 5 are flown in a DA-40. The remaining 40 hours are Instrument.
Procedures training, of which 30 hours in a FNPT II simulator and 10 hours on the DA-40.
This results in a total of 35 hours in a simulator and 15 hours on DA-40, all dual.
If you haven’t flown the DA-40 before, an extra 3.5 hours of dual flight is required.
About 1 or 2 months are usually required
|Familiarization DA-40 3.5h: 787 Euro||15h on DA-40: 3375 Euro||35h on FNPT II DA-40: 2800 Euro|