Instrument Rating IR

One of the most important skills in piloting modern aircraft is undoubtedly instrument flying. Technology is ubiquitous and mastering it is key. In addition, we can take advantage of the offer where, based on the candidate's qualifications, it is possible to complete training in a reduced volume (and therefore cheaper) and obtain a full IR qualification.


Price without VAT
227500,- Kč

The requirements for the student are as follows:

Age at least 18 years and possession of a valid telephone operator's license.

Currently valid medical fitness assessment II. class with extension to examination according to EU 1178/2011 Part-MED.

The applicant holds:

A valid PPL (A) pilot license, including night rating, or

CPL (A) certification with a minimum of 50 hours of flight time as pilot-in-command on airplanes and helicopters, of which at least 10 hours must be on airplanes.

If he is not an active holder, then the assumption of passing the IR English exam is assumed, which we can also provide you with within the course.


At the same time, we offer the possibility of shortening the hourly volume of theoretical training to 40 hours for those of you who are graduates of the module Fundamentals of Flight by Instrument or CPL (A) certification.


The process of the course

Theoretical and practical part

At the beginning of the course it is necessary to present a certificate of successful completion of the theoretical course IR (A) / ATPL (A). The following is the segment of theoretical teaching IR (A) / ATPL (A) in an approved ATO with our lecturers. In case of interest, the theoretical part can also be completed remotely (study materials are part of the package price), provided that the practical part flies directly from us.

In the case of training taking into account the pilot's qualifications (so-called Competency Based IR), the theoretical part of IR can be completed in an abbreviated version in the range of 80 hours of teaching. The acquired qualification is full-fledged, the shortening consists mainly in reducing the requirement for flying hours from 50 to 40. Our instructor assesses your ability to perform IFR procedures and based on his own evaluation is entitled to recommend you for the exam, after which you obtain a full license. The only limitation lies in the fact that graduates of the shortened course are not entitled to flights within the HPCA (so-called High Performance Complex Aircraft) category. However, if you complete the appropriate ATPL or IR theory training, you will also receive this authorization.

Our Team

We are united together mainly by years of experience, but also by the fact that we still enjoy flying immensely. We are professionals for whom flying is also a hobby. We measure our experience not only by the number of hours flown, but mainly by the ability to provide you with all the information and tips we have about aircraft and flying. In the beginning, everyone needs a helping hand. And that's why we're here.