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EASA Night Rating

 

Prerequisite

You must either hold a PPL or LAPL. If you have a LAPL license you must first have completed the basic instrument flight training required within the PPL(A)

Medical

If you have a LAPL medical certificate it must be endorsed as colour safe in order to add a night rating.

Training

Our organisation is a fully approved EASA Flight Training Organisation (FTO) and therefore we can offer you the Night Rating course
The night rating requires a minimum of 5 hours of training. In that time you are required to complete
- at least 3 hours of dual flying instruction
- 1 hour of cross-country navigation with at least one dual cross-country flight of at least 50km
- 5 solo take-offs and 5 solo full-stop landings

Exams

There are no written examinations

Test

There is no flight test

Costs

Your cost at our organisation will be set by the cost of a number of things, such as:
•Hourly aircraft hire rate including an instructor.
•Landing fee and Touch & Go fees for the entire course.

As well as the above costs there are also a number of other fixed costs to take into account when making your calculations:
•Medical enhancement costs if applicable
•CAA fees


You should budget approximately £1000, this of course would include the minimum of 5 hours of night training.