EASA Night Rating

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Of the NR Course

Night Rating – EASA NR(A) allows you to fly during night time in Visual Meteorological Conditions (VMC) and extends the privileges of PPL(A) to flying after sunset under VFR.


NR Ground Training

The theoretical preparation consists of 5 hours with an instructor.
The course consists of interactive lessons with maximum usage of modern study materials and equipment via our eLearning System (LMS). 

NR Flight Training

The flight training is performed on a single engine piston (SEP) aircraft according to visual flight rules (VFR) at night. The training consists of at least 5 hours.

PIC 00251


PPL Holder

The Pilot Must be PPL Holder 

Medical Class 2

To be at least Class 2 Medical with audio extension holder


Must be Proficient in English, Math, and Physics

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Prague, Czech Republic
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