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