Instrument Meteorological Condition Training
This rating is a further qualification for an EASA PPL (but not for an LAPL holder – see under “Flying Training” for the difference) which permits flight in poorer weather conditions. The pilot is thus legal to fly in or above cloud in the general airspace, as well as to make instrument approaches to regional airports. So it enables the IMC qualified pilot to “get home safely” in deteriorating weather conditions.
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