Night flying involves a mixture of visual and instrument flying skills. The take-off run at night for example, is made with visual reference to the lighting. However shortly after take-off there may be no visual reference points, this results in the pilot flying on instruments. In contrast, by day and in good weather conditions your attention can remain outside of the cockpit.
Even though there is not a rating for night flying as a PPL holder, there is a recognised training certificate.
If you want to get the most out of night flying and you want to learn more, then book a lesson and we will pass on our knowledge. We will once again show you that there are still endless skills to adopt in the world of aviation.