LIGHT AIRCRAFT PILOT LICENSE FOR HELICOPTERS – LAPL(H)
FLIGHT SCHOOL BLUE SKY AVIATION
The Light Aircraft Pilot License for Helicopters LAPL(H) authorizes a pilot to conduct private, recreational or sport flights in a single-engine helicopter with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 2 000 kg or less, carrying a maximum of 3 passengers. The licensee is limited to operating flights on the type of airplane only for which he/she has been authorized during pilot training, or for another type of airplane for which he/she has completed retraining at the pilot training school. With the LAPL pilot license, pilots are only authorised to fly in daylight and while there is still ground visibility.
CAREER – LIGHT AIRCRAFT PILOT LICENSE FOR HELICOPTERS
The Light Aircraft Pilot License for Helicopters is intended primarily for hobby and recreational flying. Entitles the licensee to fly on single-engine helicopters with a maximum certificated take-off mass of 2 000 kg or less, carrying a maximum of 3 passengers.The holder of this license is not entitled to fly for a fee. The license may be extended to a Private Pilot License PPL(H), which is the basic license for a career as a professional helicopter pilot.
Total hours of flight training: 40 hours
- of which with an instructor: 20 hours*
- of which solo flights: 10 hours*
- of which solo navigation flights: 5 hours*
- of which one of the flights is at least 150 km (80 NM), during which the pilot will make one landing at an airport other than the aerodrome of departure
*the minimum number of hours
Ground training: 20 hours
Theoretical knowledge lessons:
Hours of theoretical instruction in the classroom: 15 hours
- individual consultation in the classroom: 15 hours
- self.study: recommended 85 hours
- e-LEARNING for independent study and preparation for the state exam
- Teaching materials FREE OF CHARGE.
Length of training:
- intensive training: 4 months
- training during employment: 6 – 8 months
Why choose BLUE SKY AVIATION?
MODERN AIRCRAFT FLEET
APPROVED CESSNA PILOT CENTRUM
0 – ATPL