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1

What are the privileges of an instrument rating?

- Pilot an aircraft under IFR and
- Pilot an aircraft under Night VFR

2

What are the limitations of an instrument rating?

- May conduct approach only if aircraft equipped for approach
- May only conduct single-pilot operations if flight test passed as single pilot or completed a proficiency check in a single pilot aircraft.
- May only conduct circling approaches if last prof check or renewal included a circling approach.
- May only conduct an instrument approach procedure if trained and demonstrated competent in that procedure.

3

If you hold a multi-engine aeroplane instrument endorsement, does this allow you to fly a single-engine aeroplane under the IFR or NVFR as single-pilot?

No. You must have passed an instrument proficiency check or flight test in an aircraft rated as a single pilot operated aircraft.

4

If you hold a multi-engine instrument endorsement, does this allow you fly a single-engine aircraft under the IFR or NVFR?

Yes

5

Can you conduct an instrument approach in a multi-engine aircraft if you hold a single-engine IFR endorsement?

No.

6

What are the recent experience requirements for a instrument rating?

- May fly IFR only if 3 approaches in the last 90 days
- May fly multi/single-engine IFR only if 1 approach in last 90 days in same category of aircraft
- May conduct a 2D approach if flown a 2D approach in last 90 days
- May conduct 3D approach if flown a 3D approach in last 90 days
- May conduct azimuth guidance approach if flown a azimuth guidance approach in last 90 days
- May conduct CDI approach if flown a CDI approach in last 90 days

7

What recent experience requirements must be met before a pilot may fly a single-pilot operation under the IFR?

May only fly single-pilot operation if flown 1hr under the IFR including one instrument approach as single-pilot within the previous 6 months.

8

Can you exercise the privileges of your instrument rating in a multi-engine aeroplane without having a valid proficiency check in a multi-engine aeroplane?

No.

9

How long is your instrument rating current for if you have passed the instrument proficiency check?

12 months (end of that month)

10

If you pass a operator proficiency check with a testing officer that has an instrument check endorsement, how long is your instrument rating valid for?

12 months (end of that month)

11

If you pass an instrument proficiency check within 3 month prior to the period when your instrument renewal is due, how long is your instrument rating valid for?

12 months from the end of the initial expiry of your renewal (up to 15 months)

12

If you take your instrument renewal check early and fail it, can you still fly under the IFR till the end of the expiry date?

No.

13

If you are participant of an approved check and training system, does this allow you to fly under the IFR in other operations?

No, your rating is only current for the operations approved under the check and training system.