New: It is now possible to earn an Instrument Rating, a Commercial Pilot License, and a Multi-Engine Rating with the DA-42 Twin Star. The price is the same whether you earn the ratings at once or separately.
- Ultramodern device with Garmin 1000 glass-cockpit
- Possible in all weather conditions because of the anti-icing and the storm scope. Your training will always happen.
- Less training hours
- Higher final skill level because of the many twin hours with glass cockpit
- Only one exam
EASA combined Instrument Rating, Commercial Pilot License, and Multi-Engine Course Content
- Precision and non-precision instrument approaches
- Missed approach procedures
- Standard instrument departures
- Flights in airways
- Standard instrument arrivals and emergency procedures in Instrument Meteorological Conditions (IMC)
- Holdings (VOR, NDB)
- Interceptions (VOR, NDB)
- Procedure turns
- DME arcs
- Circling approaches
- New: GNSS / GPS approach module possible
EASA Combination Program CPL-MEP-IR
- 40 hours of instruction in the ALSIM DA-42 flight simulator with the Garmin G1000 glass cockpit in Charleroi.
- 20 hours of instruction in the DA-42 Diamond Twinstar in Charleroi
- 10 hours of instruction in the DA-40 Diamaond Star in Charleroi
- 30 hours of briefings, with the necessary documents and manuals
Course Fee Includes:
✓ Flight Time and Simulator Time
✓ Fuel & TKS Anti-Icing Fuel
✓ All Local Landing Fees, VAT, Airplane Rental for the Exam
✓ All necessary Manuals & Documents
The course contains two practical PTs (Progress Tests) and concludes with two theoretical exams in school. One test deals with the technical characteristics of the plane you chose for your exam, and one tests your general IR know-how (procedures, Jeppesen charts, EU/JAR-OPS etc.) After you successfully complete these tests you will be given a skill test.
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