We normally night fly in our Grob 115B, Cessna 152 or Piper PA-28 which we charge at £200 per hour for night flying.
Total flight time
Solo take-offs and landings
Dual instruction time
Cross-country navigation with at least 1 dual cross-country flight of at least 50 km
Night visual circuits
Flying at night in a single engine aircraft poses greater risk than during daylight hours; consequently, the following factors are considered before operating at night:
i Risk of adverse weather, e.g. fog
ii Suitability of landing sites
iv Pilot currency
v Radio failure procedures
vi Availability of alternate airfields
Before each flight a briefing takes place covering emergency procedures.