In prevailing poor weather conditions, such as low visibility, Instrument rating endorsement IR(A) allow pilot to fly safely and navigate according instruments. Start your training in FNTP II simulator equipped with most advanced and recent avionics, fly on airways and learn to make instrument approaches to some of the largest regional and international airports.

FNPT brand new equipment

Strong background

Airhub is fully supported by the ACMI service provider GetJet Airlines. An “out of the box” attitude company and a trustworthy aviation partner.

Experienced IR instructors

You will receive direct GetJet Airlines supervision and mentoring, as well as providing working commercial pilots as your instructors.


Brand new training equipment


Garmin G1000 NXi system takes the industry’s most trusted glass flight deck platform to a new higher level of performance and capability.

Brand new training equipment

DA40NG Garmin G1000Nxi

A top-tier single-engine piston (SEP) plane model for VFR and IFR Flights

Brand new training equipment


FNPT II and Full Flight Simulators


The course consists of theoretical knowledge to the IR(A) knowledge level and instrument flight instruction. The program is made in accordance with EASA Part-FCL requirements. This course shall be completed within 18 months of the student’s enrollment date. The flight training and the skill test shall be completed within the period of validity of the pass in theoretical examinations.


An applicant for an IR(A) who has completed an ATPL(A) theoretical knowledge course and passed the ATPL(A) theoretical knowledge examination should be fully credited towards the requirements of theoretical knowledge instruction and examination.


Theoretical knowledge course consists of 150 hours of theoretical knowledge instruction. Theoretical knowledge syllabus includes following subjects:

Subject Course hours Progress tests School exams, hours
Air law 20 1 0:30
Aircraft general knowledge – Instrumentation 20 1 0:20
Flight performance and planning – Flight Planning and Monitoring 15 1 0:40
Human performance and limitations 20 1 0:20
Meteorology 25 1 0:50
Navigation – Radio navigation 40 2 1:00
Communications 10 1 0:30
Total 150 8 4:10

IR includes the following theoretical subjects:

Air law

Aircraft general knowledge – Instrumentation

Flight performance and planning – Flight Planning and Monitoring

Human performance and limitations


Navigation – Radio navigation



Applicants for an IR(A) shall:

  • Hold:
    • At least a PPL in the appropriate aircraft category, and:
      •  the privileges to fly at night in accordance with FCL.810; or
      •  an ATPL in another category of aircraft; or
    •  A CPL, in the appropriate aircraft category;
  •  Have completed at least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as PIC in aeroplanes.
  • Hold at least a Class 2 medical certificate, issued in accordance with Part-Medical, and
    • If an instrument rating or en route instrument rating is added to a PPL, the licence holder shall undertake pure tone audiometry examinations in accordance with the periodicity and the standard required for class 1 medical certificate holders.
  • Have at least English Aviation language proficiency level 4 endorsement in the licence.

Valid PPL and
CPL license

At least 50h of flight time as PIC

Valid 2nd class
medical certificate

English language


A single-engine IR(A) course consists of 50 hours instrument time under instruction of which up to 35 hours may be instrument ground time in a FNTP II.

A multi-engine IR(A) course consists of 55 hours instrument time under instruction, of which up to 40 hours may be instrument ground time in a FNTP II. The remaining instrument flight instruction includes at least 15 hours in multi-engine aeroplanes.

The holder of a single-engine IR(A) who also holds a multi-engine class rating wishing to obtain a multi-engine IR(A) for the first time shall complete a course comprising at least 5 hours instruction in instrument flying in multi-engine aeroplane, of which 3 hours may be in a FNTP II.

The course consists of two modules:

  • Basic Instrument Flight Module; and
  • Procedural Instrument Flight Module.

When a flight simulator is used for training, initially both modules simulator exercises can be completed and then continue with the training in aircraft.  All instrument flight training lessons may be flown in the aircraft or specified lessons may be completed in a FNTP II.


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