PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE – PPL(A)

FLIGHT SCHOOL BLUE SKY AVIATION

In accordance with EASA standards: PART-FCL

The Private Pilot License PPL(A) authorizes a pilot to conduct private, recreational or sport flights in a single-engine airplane during daylight and while there is still ground visibility. The licensee is only allowed to operate flights for private purposes, can take passengers on board but cannot fly for a fee. The Private Pilot License is the basic license for anyone interested in undergoing pilot training who wishes to become a professional pilot.

Career

The Private Pilot License PPL (A) is the basic license for starting a career as a professional pilot. Although holding a license is the first step in a professional aviation career, it only entitles the licensee to fly for private purposes, i.e. he/she is not authorised to fly for a fee. However, with a PPL license, if you gain the required flight experience and relevant theory, you can become an instructor at a private pilot training school.

Garmin 1000 course integrated into your PPL(A) course

Garmin 1000

As we wish to maintain the highest flight training standards and also use state-of-the-art training methods and also as some of our clients wish to train on the Garmin 1000 (G1000) system since beginning of their training, we decided to integrate the Garmin 1000 training into the PPL(A) course.

As every advance avionics system the Garmin 1000 could be rather complex to learn with many functions which could be really helpful during worsening weather conditions or during the navigational flights in unfamiliar areas. Exactly because of this is really beneficial to know the system inside out. This knowledge could be seriously important if you would ever encounter any avionics abnormal situation or malfunctions.

More about the course

Requirements:

Flight training:

Total hours of flight training: 45 hours

  • of which with an instructor: 25 hours*
  • of which solo flights: 10 hours*
  • of which solo navigation flights: 5 hours*
  • of which one of the flights is at least 270 km (150 NM), during which the pilot will make one landing at an airport other than the aerodrome of departure

*Minimum number of hours

Credits for previous experience: can be counted for up to 10 hours. LAPL license holders can count all LAPL training + 5 hours of other flight experience.

Theoretical knowledge lessons:

Individual consultations, only instructor and student.

  • Lessons in a classroom and consultation: 20 hours
  • e-LEARNING for independent study

Length of training:

  • intensive training: 2 months
  • training during employment: 5 – 7 months

Follow-up license:

  • Night rating VFR – NR(A)
  • Instrument Rating – IR(A) or Competency Based Instrument Rating – CBIR(A)
  • Commercial Pilot License – CPL(A)
  • Multi-Engine Piston – MEP(A)
  • Flight Instructor FI(A)

Price of the training:

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Do you want to become an aircraft pilot?

Test yourself as a pilot of a single-engine aircraft. Sample lesson at a great price! Discover the magic of flying!

If you decide to become our student we will count the the sample lesson into your training.

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