The night rating is needed in order to advance your training in becoming a commercial pilot. At this stage of the training we have included modules on more advanced aspects of Instrument flight procedures as a precursor to the Instrument Rating training.
Requirements for a night rating
- Hold a valid pilot license.
- 10 hours of instrument flight training.
- 5 take-offs and landings.
- 1 theory exam.
Our objective is to develop key skills early in the training process in preparation for the real world of procedural instrument flying. The Night rating includes circuits and navigation exercises to be flown at night. Once the student has passed the written examination they will then undertake a flight test with an experienced examiner