24 April 2023
24 July 2023
30 October 2023
This specialised program teaches all the technical and non-technical skills required to fly Multi-Engine Aircraft under Instrument Flying Rules. The course also covers the skills, knowledge, and experience needed to gain a Multi-Engine Aeroplane Class Rating (MEA).
24 April 2023
24 July 2023
30 October 2023
The next step to the Airlines…
Many pathways through aviation require a pilot to have the skillset to pilot an aircraft under the Instrument Flight Rules. It is a necessary qualification required to gain entry to the airlines. Throughout this course, you will learn to fly through challenging conditions using your instruments in our state-of-the-art Diamond DA42-VI. You will enhance both your technical flying skill as well as your non-technical skills in a challenging but rewarding journey.
An Instrument Rating allows you to serve as a Pilot-In-Command under the Instrument Flight Rules (IFR) during day and night flight operations. This advanced skill will enable you to take off, cruise and land in challenging weather conditions.
Upon completing this course, you will meet the requirements by CASA under CASR Part 61 to be a qualified Multi-Engine Instrument Rated Pilot.
The enrolment criteria required to enrol our Diploma of Aviation
The diploma package includes the following items listed below:
20.5 hours Dual Flying – Diamond DA42-VI. This includes both you and your instructor. Your instructor will help you learn and develop through your training process.
These hours are used to help solidify certain foundation areas within your training. In addition, using the simulator allows for a higher chance of flight success in airborne environments.
Having a sound and thorough understanding of the theory is crucial, including thorough knowledge of all the elements you will use most in flying.
We will provide you with essential textbooks, uniforms and other learning materials throughout the program. Any extra learning materials will come at the student’s cost.
To obtain a commercial pilot licence, you’ll need to go through the in-house theoretical exams and flight tests that CASA requires.
AVIF0029 Implement threat and error management strategies
AVIF0030 Manage safe flight operations
AVIH0013 Plan a flight under instrument flight rules
AVIH0017 Navigate aircraft under instrument flight rules
AVIW0032 Operate and manage aircraft systems
AVIY0033 Operate aircraft using aircraft flight instruments
AVIY0044 Conduct a 2D instrument approach
AVIY0050 Perform instrument arrival and standard arrival route procedures
AVIY0073 Operate aircraft in the traffic pattern at night
AVIY0074 Perform non-published instrument departure procedures
AVIY0075 Perform published instrument departure procedures
AVIY0076 Perform visual circling approach
AVIY0081 Conduct a 2D global navigation satellite system non-precision instrument approach
AVIY0072 Operate a multi-engine aeroplane (Elective)
Grade I Flight Instructor
Australian Nationally Recognised Qualification – AVI50519 Diploma of Aviation (Instrument Rating)
CASA Flight Crew Qualification; Incl
– Instrument Rating
– Multi-Engine Aeroplane Class Rating
The performance, stability, handling characteristics and ease of operation make the transition from Single-Engine flying to Twin Engine flying smoother and more manageable. In addition, the DA42-VI has an excellent reputation for safety, especially when flying in inclement weather, over inhospitable terrain, over water or at night. The DA42-VI’s unique combination of performance and utility is impressive. Learn more about our fleet here.
*You may be eligible for a payment plan
We will make an offer if you find a similar course cheaper.
*You may be eligible for a payment plan
Flylink Aviation College requires all students to have a valid CASA Flight Crew Class I Medical Certificate from course commencement to course graduation date.
CASA Flight Crew Class I Medical Certificate Examination must be conducted by a CASA Designated Aviation Medical Examiner (DAME) and a CASA Designated Aviation Ophthalmologist (DAO) or Credentialed Optometrists (CO). The certificate, once issued, is valid for one year.
The cost of a routine CASA Flight Crew Class I Medical Certificate Initial Examination that requires no more than what is required by CASA for a regular person is approximately $800.00AUD.
The cost of a routine CASA Flight Crew Class I Medical Certificate Renewal Examination that requires no more than that is required by CASA for a regular person is approximately $300.00AUD.
These fees are payable directly by the student to the relevant people and/or organisation (i.e. DAME, CO and/or CASA) and not to or through Flylink Aviation College. Hence, Flylink Aviation College has to influence these indicative costs.
Students must complete and submit Enrolment by using the Link. Or click Enrol Here button above.
Flylink Aviation College offers Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) and Credit Transfer (CT).
If you have further questions or queries, please contact us directly, and we can assist where possible.
Once the enrolment processing fee is settled and all necessary paperwork is certified and verified by an Administration Support Officer, the paperwork will be forwarded to either the Administration Manager and/or the CEO for a crosscheck.
The objectives of this interview are:
For Flylink Aviation College to learn more about the potential student;
To ensure the course(s) the potential student has an interest in is, in fact, the correct and appropriate course(s);
To ensure the potential student has the essential skill and knowledge required for the course(s);
To ensure the potential student has General English Language Proficiency (GELP) as required by CASA; and
Provide another opportunity to the potential student to ask questions directly and express any concerns that they may have.
A Letter of Offer will be issued to the applicant if it is the CEO’s (or its delegate’s) recommendation to do so. An invoice for the first payment as appropriate will also be issued. This process represents that a place has been offered to the applicant by Flylink Aviation College for the course(s) listed within the Letter of Offer.
The applicant will be invited to:
Initial each page of the Letter of Offer;
Sign the Course Acceptance page; and
Transfer and provide evidence of transfer of payment to Flylink Aviation College as per the invoice.
We ask for the Letter of Offer to be signed by the applicant only when they clearly and fully understand the content(s). The applicant is reminded that they should not sign and/or agree to anything if uncertainty exists. Clarification and/or explanation should be asked for and will always be available.
The Letter of Offer, along with proof of financial transaction for the amount detailed as payable at course acceptance (within the Letter of Offer), shall be signed, made and returned to Flylink Aviation College within five (5) working days from the time of issue. Once returned, for international students, a Confirmation of Enrolment will then be issued.
To accept the offer, you must read, sign and return all the forms to us.
For international students, we will send you a Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) letter so they can apply for their Student Visa. This will be generated within 28 days from confirmation of acceptance.
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