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NIGHT RATING – REQUIREMENTS
A Pilot with a Private Pilot License.
• Holder of a category 1 or 3 medical certificate after a medical examination by Canadian Aviation Medical Examiner not restricted to day time flights only.
TRAINING REQUIRED The training required for a Night Rating in Canada must consist of 20 hours of flight time with a minimum of: 10 hours of night flight time (non-instrument time) which will include;
• 5 hours of dual including a minimum of 2 hours cross-country.
• 5 hours of solo including 10 take-offs, circuits and landings 10 hours of dual instrument time, 5 of which may be accomplished in a simulator
** A licensed Private Pilot would already have 5 hours of dual instrument time. A minimum of 5 more hours would meet the requirements of 10 hours total. Providing the required level of skill and knowledge has been achieved, no flight test or written examination is required.
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