The aim of the course is to obtain a CPL (A).
You will need to complete at least 350 hours of theoretical knowledge training.
This theoretical knowledge course will only be sufficient for attempting CPL (A) theoretical knowledge examinations. If you wish to take theoretical knowledge examinations at ATPL (A) level or for an IR (A), you will need to complete additional study.
You will need to pass the CPL (A) theoretical knowledge examinations.
If you hold a course completion certificate for the basic instrument flight module you will be credited with up to 10 hours towards the required instrument instruction time. Hours done on a BITD will not be credited.
Your skill test must be taken after completing the course on either a single or multi-engine aeroplane.
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