Instrument Rating (IR)

INSTRUMENT RATING

Sriracha Aviation’s Instrument Rating Course is designed to provide ground and flight training necessary to successfully complete the ICAO required knowledge and skill test for an Instrument Rating. Our Instructors are experts in providing Instrument training in both glass cockpit and steam gauge aircraft and can prepare you for instrument flight in anything from the classics to the advanced. With the concurrent use of aircraft and our CAAT approved simulator, we can assure that you will succeed in gaining the skills required to fly more precise.

Eligibility Requirements for Instrument Rating

  • Hold Private Pilot License
  • Class 2 Medical Certificate and Class 1 in Listening
  • Min. 50 Flight hours experience

Ground School

1. Principle of Instrument Flight 10 hours
2. IFR Flight Environment 8   hours
3. Departure 4    hours
4. En route 6    hours
5. Arrival 4    hours
6. Approach 6    hours
7. Instrument Approaches 6    hours
8. Meteorology 8    hours
9. IFR Flight considerations 8    hours
10. Flight rule 6    hours
11. Human performance and Limitation 6    hours
12. Review & Test Preparation 8    hours
Total Ground School 80  hours

Minimum Requirements

Fly with Flight Simulator

17 Period / 30:00 hours

1. Basic Instrument
15  hours
2. IFR Enroute Cross Country
5    hours
3. ADF approach for landing
3    hours
4. VOR/DME approach for landing
3    hours
5. ILS approach for landing
4    hours
Total Flight Simulator
30  hours
In the air

17 Period / 30:00 hours

Stage 1

17 Period / 30:00 hours

  • Basic Instrument Flight
15   hours
Stage 2 7 Sorties/ 14:30 Flight hours
  • ADF, VOR/DME, ILS approach for landing
3 hours
  • IFR ROUTE Cross – Country Flight
5 hours
Stage 3 7 Sorties/ 19:30 Flight hours
  • VOR/DME approach for landing
3 hours
  • IFR ROUTE Cross – Country Flight

To get the License

CAAT Written Exam
CAAT Flight Exam (Check Ride)

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