Take Instructing to New Heights.
Do you want to build your night hours while getting paid? Our Night Visual Flight Rules (NVFR) Training Endorsement course will provide you with the skills to teach students how to safely fly at night. This is a valuable endorsement to further along with your aviation career. With the Night VFR training approval, you are able to conduct flight training activities at night. It is greatly increasing the amount of time available to you to both instruct and build flight hours.
If you have a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL) and at least 20 hours of experience flying at night, then you are able to complete the Night Visual Flight Rules (NVFR) Training Endorsement with Learn To Fly Melbourne. For those that don’t already have their Flight Instructor Rating (FIR), we offer a package that includes basic Flight Instructor Rating (FIR) training prior to commencing the training syllabus. Schedule a meeting with one of our aviation career specialists to discuss whether this is the right course for you.
To complete the Night Visual Flight Rules (NVFR) Training Endorsement, you will need a CPL plus at least 20 hours of night flying experience. If you don’t already hold a Flight Instructor Rating (FIR), then you will need to select our basic FIR course package. Your orientation will include an introduction to the airport, airspace, aircraft fleet, LTF processes and policies, and our facilities.
Ground school theory training includes comprehensive Night VFR knowledge review, long brief demonstration and read-back, and pre-flight briefing demonstration and read-back.
The 8 hours of dual flight training is made up of Basic Instrument Flight (BIF) including AIREX demonstration and read back; night circuits including pre-flight brief and AIREX demonstration; and navigation flights including navigation aid training.
During the 2.5 - 3.0 hour flight test, you will demonstrate all concepts learned during ground theory and practical flight training syllabus.
Safe & Seamless Training.
Every student pilot should enjoy flying. Learn To Fly is constantly creating resources to help students do just that. Not only modern aircraft, but also facilities, experienced instructors and curriculums to create magical learning experiences and make every moment of air time worth it.
Our GraduateRaymond He
“Being able to fly and teach at night is a huge advantage for building flight hours, plus flying over Melbourne city in the dark and seeing the beautiful lights is pretty amazing. Learn To Fly has a range of aircraft available for Night VFR flying. The fleet is well maintained and the instructors are all passionate about delivering the best quality of teaching.”