To access IR license the candidate must :
-Hold a PPL with a NVFR
-Have followed an ATO training
-Have acquired 50 hours as PIC on an aircraft
-Have achieved the theoretical and practical test
-Have shown his english skills
The training in details:
The IR training gives the qualification a pilot must have to fly under instrument flight rules.
The IR training consists of 3 theoretical briefings of 3 hours and 40 hours of experience on the simulator. Plus, the candidate will fly at least 15 hours on DA42.
To obtain the license the candidate will have to show his english skills, and to pass the flying skills test.