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The aim of this course is to train aeroplane licence holders with at least 500 hours or 300 hours as pilot of aeroplanes to the level of proficiency necessary for the issue of a CRI(A) rating for single-pilot multi-engine or single-engine aeroplanes respectively.

Theoretical Knowledge Instruction course comprises of knowledge areas common to both single- and multi-engine aeroplane and additionally the ground training will include 25 hours of classroom work.
The flight instruction shall comprise at least 5 hours for multi-engine aeroplanes and 3 hours for single-engine aeroplanes of flying training given by an instructor, approved for this purpose.

All instructors shall:
hold at least the licence, rating and qualification for which instruction is being given, and
have at least 15 hours experience as pilot on the type or class of aeroplane on which instruction is being given, and
shall be entitled to act as pilot-in-command of the aircraft during such training.

Multi-engine aeroplanes. An applicant for the issue of a CRI(SPA) rating for multi-engine aeroplanes shall have:
completed at least 500 hours flight time as a pilot of aeroplanes;
completed at least 30 hours as PIC on the applicable type or class of aeroplane, prior to commencing the course.

Single-engine aeroplanes. An applicant for the issue of a CRI(SPA) rating for single-engine aeroplanes shall have:
completed at least 300 hours flight time as a pilot of aeroplanes;
completed at least 30 hours as PIC on the applicable type or class of aeroplane, prior to commencing the course.

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Class rating SEP – 990EUR

Theoretical part:•10 hrs Ground Instruction

Cost: 150 EUR

Flight training:•4h30 + 1h30 skill DA-20

Cost: 750 EUR (Skill test included, CAA, Landing and Communication Fees NOT included.)

Administrative fees: 90 EUR

Class rating MEP/VFR (PA-34) – 3.700EUR

Theoretical part:•20 hrs Ground Instruction

Cost: 250 EUR

Flight training:• 6h00 + 1h30 skill DA-42

Cost: 3.000 EUR (Skill test included, CAA, Landing and Communication Fees NOT included.)

Administrative fees: 450 EUR

Class rating MEP/VFR (DA-42) – 4.250EUR

Theoretical part:•30 hrs Ground Instruction

Cost: 400 EUR

Flight training:• 6h00 + 1h30 skill DA-42

Cost: 3.375 EUR (Skill test included, CAA, Landing and Communication Fees NOT included.)

Administrative fees: 475 EUR

Class rating MEP/IFR (DA-42) – 5.950EUR

Theoretical part:•40 hrs Ground Instruction

Cost: 500 EUR

Flight training:• 6h00 VFR + 2h00 IFR + 3h00 FNPT II D-SIM-42 Twin Star NG + 2h00 skill

Cost: 4.725 EUR (Skill test included, CAA, Landing and Communication Fees NOT included.)

Administrative fees: 725 EUR