Make precise instrument approaches with the GPS
You are instrument rated and you want to conduct instrument approaches, you must follow a specific training for this.
It comprises a theoretical training, and a practical training (flight simulator and directly in the cockpit of a Garmin 1000 equipped airplane).
Under the limitations of any other regulatory specification, the ability to conduct a GNSS approach enables the holder of an IR type rating to conduct instrument approaches using the GPS.
- Be the holder of a LAPL (A), PPL (A), CPL (A) or ATPL (A),
- Be the holder of a class 2 medical certificate, under PART-MED regulations,
- Be the holder of an IR (A) qualification.
Planning and duration
The full training takes place over a single day.
Your GNSS approach program
- 2,25 hours of theoretical lessons
- 2 hours of FNPT II simulator training under instruction,
- 2,25 hours of in-cockpit instruction (on the ground)