EASA Night Rating (Aeroplane)

EASA Night Rating(Aeroplane) 900 €

Aim of the course

The aim of the Night Rating course is to train holders of a pilot licence issued in accordance with Part-FCL.810 to exercise the privileges of their licence at night.

Pre-entry requirements

Minimum age
The minimum age is 17 years old.

Educational requirements
No formal academic qualifications are required, however, students will benefit from a having a basic understanding of Maths and Physics.

Medical requirements
Trainees must hold valid medical certificate issued in accordance with Part-MED.

General requirements
Before participating the applicant must be a holder of a PPL(A).

Note: The training for the Night Rating course can be integrated with that for a PPL(A), or completed as a stand-alone rating.

Language requirements
A student must demonstrate evidence of English language proficiency equivalent to at least ICAO Level 4.

Flying training

The flying training shall comprise a total of at least 5 hours night flight. The 5 hours flight time in aeroplanes shall be completed at night comprising 3 hours of dual instruction including at least 1 hour of cross-country navigation (of at least 50 km) and 5 solo take-offs and 5 solo full-stop landings.

Theoretical knowledge

The theoretical knowledge instruction includes classroom lectures, tutorials, long briefings, and directed private study.During the training the applicant should be familiar with the following items:

  1. Legislation requirements.
  2. Aeroplane equipment.
  3. Aeroplane lights.
  4. Flight crew licences.
  5. Aerodrome licences (if applicable).
  6. Night familiarisation.
  7. Preparation for flight.
  8. Equipment required for flight.
  9. Night vision accommodation.
  10. Personal safety precautions in the parking areas.
  11. External/internal checks – night consideration.
  12. Aeroplane lights – operation

The Night Rating course consists of 5 hours of Theoretical Knowledge Instruction

The time scale

The Night Rating course will be conducted either full-time or part-time to suit candidate requirements. Full-time courses will operate 5 days a week from 14:00 to 20:30 or later, if required to accommodate official night. The course is expected to take a minimum of 3 days but is subject to weather. Part-time course are expected to take a minimum of 5 working days and maximum of 7 working days. The course will integrate the ground theoretical training, briefings, and airborne exercises.

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