Instrument flight rules, or IFR – the set of aviation rules and instructions for performing the flights under conditions in which the location, the spatial position and the flight parameters of an aircraft are determined by the indications of flight-navigation instruments. Most commercial flights are carried out in accordance with the IFR rules.
Requirements for applicants:
- Minimum age – 18 years;
- 1st class medical certificate in accordance with the requirements of EASA (Part-MED);
- License pilot PPL (A) or СPL (A);
- Knowledge of English – not lower than Level 4 ICAO.
The theoretical part of the course includes the study of the following disciplines:
- Air law and Instrumentation;
- Flight planning;
- Human performance & amp; limitations;
- Radio navigation;
Duration of the course is a minimum of 200 hours of self-training plus classes with a qualified instructor.