Night VFR (Night Visual Flight Rules) Rating

A Night VFR (Night Visual Flight Rules) Rating allows you to operate an aircraft in dark conditions and makes a very valuable addition to your flying licensure. 

A Night VFR (Night Visual Flight Rules) Rating allows you to operate an aircraft in dark conditions and makes a very valuable addition to your flying licensure. 

Program Fees

Slide 1 NIGHT VFR (10 Flying Hours Package) Diamond DA40 Package Price : $4,850
OR $1,213 x 4 Installments

Pay as You Fly : $388
Cessna 172 Package Price : $5,450
OR $1,363 x 4 Installments

Pay as You Fly : $458

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Program Overview

Night VFR (Night Visual Flight Rules) Rating

Fly After Dark

A Night VFR (Night Visual Flight Rules) Rating Rating allows you to operate an aircraft after dark in visible conditions and makes a very valuable addition to your flying license.

The course follows the CASA syllabus, it will introduce you to various approach and landing types, as well as emergency situations. You will learn to conduct basic instrument flights at night, with the use of ground-based navigation aids.

Greater Flexibility

Flying at night is a unique experience for pilots, especially when conducted over a stunning cityscape like Melbourne. In addition to this though, the Night VFR (Night Visual Flight Rules) Rating allows you greater flexibility in your flight planning, particularly for longer flights that may need to end after the sun has gone down.

To be eligible for this course you must hold a Private Pilot Licence (PPL)

Schedule a meeting with one of our aviation career specialists to discuss whether this is the right course for you. 

Night VFR

Course Process

ENROLMENT &
ORIENTATION
01
NIGHT VFR
GROUND
SCHOOL
02
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT
TRAINING
03
NIGHT SOLO
TRAINING
04
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT TEST
05
Enrolment & Orientation Upon enrolment you will receive a Training Starter Kit which contains all relevant course materials, access to shared online resources, and detailed information on your course process. Your orientation will include an introduction to the airport, airspace, aircraft fleet, LTF processes and policies, and our facilities.
learn-to-fly-melbourne-ground-school-theory NIGHT VFR
GROUND
SCHOOL
02
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT
TRAINING
03
NIGHT SOLO
TRAINING
04
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT TEST
05
ENROLMENT &
ORIENTATION
01
Night VFR Ground School The theory component will introduce you to the fundamental concepts of Night Visual Flight Rules. Your instructor will brief you thoroughly on all of the practical aspects that will be learnt during night circuit training in the aircraft.
Night VFR (Night Visual Flight Rules) Rating NIGHT VFR
GROUND
SCHOOL
02
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT
TRAINING
03
NIGHT SOLO
TRAINING
04
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT TEST
05
ENROLMENT &
ORIENTATION
01
Night VFR Flight Training You will be introduced to the various types of approaches and landings as well as some emergency situations. You will also be trained on the use of navigation aids (NDB and VOR), and use of runway lighting equipment such as PAL (Pilot Activated Lighting).
NIGHT VFR
GROUND
SCHOOL
02
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT
TRAINING
03
NIGHT SOLO
TRAINING
04
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT TEST
05
ENROLMENT &
ORIENTATION
01
Night Solo Training You will complete solo night circuits before progressing to navigation training. Navigation training involves planning and executing a number of navigational flights at night, covering different aspects of Night Visual Flight Rules.
Night VFR (Night Visual Flight Rules) Rating NIGHT VFR
GROUND
SCHOOL
02
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT
TRAINING
03
NIGHT SOLO
TRAINING
04
NIGHT VFR
FLIGHT TEST
05
ENROLMENT &
ORIENTATION
01
Night VFR (NVFR) Flight Test The Night VFR flight test is approximately 3 hours in duration and involves take-off and landing, navigation and utilisation of navigation aids, as well as night time emergency procedures. On successful completion you will receive your Night Visual Flight Rules Rating.

See why there’s no better place to learn to fly.

Our Graduate

Kevin Lam

“I’ve just finished my PPL and I am working towards the CPL. The Night Visual Flight Rules (NVFR) course helps a lot with building flying hours. I have more time to fly on winter days. And on a longer navigation flight, I don’t need to rush so much to make it back by the end of daylight. The LTF instructors are friendly and professional and have been very flexible to work with my Night VFR training hours.” – Kevin Lam from Hong Kong

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