If you thought flying in the daytime was spectacular, wait until you see the world at night. It’s a totally different experience, and watching the sun disappear over the horizon whilst airborne is a special sight within your reach.
The Private Pilot Licence on its own doesn’t afford you the privilege of flying at night, so a Night Qualification must be added to your licence to allow this. The Night Qualification consists of 5 hours flight training, which includes dual instruction and solo sessions. Dual Instruction covers familiarisation, local area flying, circuits and night navigation.