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Night Flying

A great addition to your flying experiences, flying after sunset will mean you can explore further and joy the lit landscape beneath you.

A night rating allows you, the pilot to fly at night exercising visual flight rules. Any pilot who wishes to fly at night using instrument flight rules (IFR) will also require an instrument rating.

If students hold both a single-engine piston aeroplane (land) and a TMG class rating, they may complete the requirements in either class or both classes.

If you wish to apply for the night rating at the same time as the PPL. You must have completed the night rating course as an additional 5 hour course to the PPL.

If you would like to know more, our team will happily talk you through all that is involved.

Contact us for more information.


Product details and key information

If you would like to know more, our team will happily talk you through all that is involved.

Contact us for more information.

Minimum Flight time 5 hours (300 mins).

Theoretical knowledge instruction covering at least 5 hours of flight time at night, including at least 3 hours of dual instruction, including at least 1 hour of cross-country navigation with at least one dual cross-country flight of at least 50 km, 5 solo take-offs and 5 solo full-stop landings.

Before completing the training at night, LAPL holders shall have completed the basic instrument flight training required for the issue of the PPL.

The night rating is non-expiring (it has lifetime validity).

14 day 100% refund guarantee from date of purchase.

Vouchers valid for 12 months from date of purchase and are non-transferable.
Go Fly flights are a highly weather dependant activity. Go Fly cannot guarantee that all flights will go ahead on the specific time and date that is booked, therefore you should book your first date as soon a practically possible to allow plenty of time for rescheduling after potential weather cancellations.

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