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Performance Based Navigation (PBN)


1 day + simulator session

Entry requirements

Pilots with an IR rating
Price (incl. VAT)

€ 699
Examination fees, landing fees and BCAA fees not included.
Since April 2016, the possibility to fly RNP (GPS) approaches is regulated by EASA document EU 2016/539. This means that every IR rated pilot needs to be trained to fly such approaches.
After this training you’ll receive a certificate of training completion. The examination afterwards can be combined with the yearly IR profcheck, or a separate check can be organized on our FNPT II simulator.


This training needs to be followed by every IR rated pilot; latest by August 2020.


1 day of theoretical training: Online Computer Based PBN training

Flight Training

1 Simulator session FNPT II. At least 5 RNP approaches will need to be flown. All possible variations in landing minima will be covered, including failures. (LPV – LNAV/VNAV – LNAV)

Entry requirements

Pilots with an IR rating


€ 699

Examination fees, landing fees and BCAA fees not included.

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