Night Rating

The night rating allows PPL holders to fly in VFR conditions between sunset and sunrise. Attaining this rating is an ideal stepping stone towards building up the confidence a pilot needs to pass the Instrument Rating course, and vastly improves flexibility when performing cross-country flights. The night rating is also one for the pre-entry requirements for commercial pilot training.

An EASA night rating can be achieved through a minimum of five hours of night flying with one of our experienced flight instructors. All flights include briefings and a post-flight evaluation, and can be used as part of your hour-building package. The rating can be done on either the Tecnam P2002JF (F-HUBK) or the Cessna 172 in as little as 2 nights (depending on the season and the weather.

Entry requirement is an EASA PPL.