Private Pilot License (PPL)
A student must have a full medical examination, for solo flight a student must be 17years old, for commercial a client must be 18years old.
• Restricted Radiotelephony License
• Minimum of 40 hours total flying time
• including – 15 hours solo flying
• 3 hours solo cross country flying
• Flight test with Grade 1 or Grade 2 instructor
Each student will have to pass theoretical testing in order to advance in their course. At the end of training the student will be required to complete a flight test, which includes cross-country testing.
Once all the above requirements have been completed, the student will be awarded a private pilot licence. Private licence holders may not fly commercially, though they may carry passengers if they wish.
Minimum Requirements to acquire this licence
• General Radio License
• Minimum of 200 hours total flying time
• Including 100 hours as Pilot in Command & 20 hours Cross country flying
• 10 hours of Night Flying
• 1 x day 300nm cross country flight with at least 2 landings
• 1 x night 150nm triangular cross country flight
• Theoretical Exams by CAA (8 subjects)
• Flight test with a Designated Examiner
A Commercial Pilot’s License entitles a pilot to fly commercially.
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In this course student are trained on how to fly using the instruments, procedures and radio aids that will enable pilot to fly in bad weather conditions.
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Ground school and practical training will have you in complete control of these aircrafts. Rigorous theoretical application is put to good use during this course as you pilot yourself towards new heights.
Before a student can obtain a Private Pilot License, students must pass a written examination and practical test in radio procedures. The restricted radio license provides a student with a good knowledge of rules and procedures for visual flying.
Before a student can obtain a Commercial Pilot License, student must pass a written examination and practical test in radio procedures. The general radio license provides a student with an advanced knowledge of rules and procedures for Visual and Instrument flying.
We are equipped to train your crew from knowledge of the aircraft to safe handling of goods and passenger care as well as dealing with emergency situations.