Implementation of trackside IFR and instrument flight (IMC) according to meteorological conditions. The Track Instrumentation (EIR) holder has the right to conduct daytime IFR flights in the track phase of the flight with an airplane for which he holds a class or type rating. This right may be extended to carry out night flights under IFR in the track phase of the flight if the pilot holds a night rating.
Requirements for the student
- The student must hold at least a valid class II medical certificate extended by an EU 2019/27 Part-MED examination.
- Minimum age of 18
- An EIR applicant must have a PPL or a CPL and must have flown at least 20 hours of flight time during cross country navigations as pilot-in-command on airplanes.
- The student must submit a certificate of completion of the theoretical EIR course 80h before starting the course.
- The applicant must have passed or pass an IR exam in English.
Course of the training
- Ground preparation: 10 hours
- Flight hours: 15 hours
- Training is performed on Cessna 172RG or Diamond DA-40 aircraft.
The price is stated in our price list. The price does not include approach and landing charges.