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The instrument rating (IR) gives its holder the opportunity to fly according to the instrument flight rules (IFR) and in worse than visual flight conditions. The requirement to start the course is at least a private pilot's license and a night flight qualification. The duration of the training is about five months.

The training includes 150 hours of theory and 50 hours of flights. The flight part of the course can be completed in combination with the instrument flight training device and the Piper Turbo Arrow IV airplane. 

An applicant for an instrument flight qualification must have at least a private pilot's license, a night flight qualification and in addition 50 hours of pilot experience (in passenger flights).

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