VFR night – VISUAL FLIGHT RULES
VFR night training is an essential element in the career of every pilot. It allows the pilot to perform night flights in good weather conditions. One of the main advantages is giving students the opportunity to learn the art of flying form a completely different angle. VFR night is an additional rating added to your LAPL(A) or PPL(A). It allows you to fly at night according to VFR. In accordance with the requirements of the PART-FCL, the candidate must perform a minimum of 5 hours of night operations as part of practical training in order to obtain authorization to fly by VFR.
Course of training:
Training consists of 7 hours of theoretical training and a minimum of 5 hours of practical training. At the end of the course there is a practical exam with an ATO instructor.