Cantor Air

IRI - Instrumental Rating Instructor

The Objective of the Course

To train the candidate so to acquire the Instrumental Rating Instrucotr (IRI) qualification, in order to be able to safely carry out the following tasks:

- to educate students for the acquisition of the instrumental rating (IR) qualification on single-engine aircrafts;
- to educate students for the acquisition of the instrumental rating (IR) qualification on twin-engine aircrafts, on the supposition that the instructor holds the PART FCL required.


The Duration of the Course

The CRI course normally takes place in about 30 days, but it can have a variable duration depending on the needs of the candidate.

Hours of theoretical education:

IRI course (if the candidate holds already a FI(A) qualification): 30:00  
IRI course (if the candidate doesn't hold a FI(A) qualification): 155:00  
IRI course - Hours of practical flight (“Skill Test” excluded): 10:00  

Prerequisite of Admission

The candidate requiring admittance to the IRI(A) course must hold the following requirements:

- To hold a CPL (A) with current IR (A) qualification;
- To have completed at least 800 flight hours under IFR, of which 400 carried out on aircrafts

or

- To hold a CPL(A) license with currnt IR(A) qualification;
- To hold a current FI(A) qualification;
- To have completed at least 200 hours of IFR flight.

 

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