Private Pilot's LIcense

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The Private Pilot’s License is the first step to get yourself into the skies, whether you just wish to fly as a hobby, or to begin a career. Like all our other courses, we offer the PPL (A) on a modular training system. It consists of ground theory as well as flight training.

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Programma

The Private Pilot’s License is the first step to get yourself into the skies, whether you just wish to fly as a hobby, or to begin a career. Like all our other courses, we offer the PPL (A) on a modular training system. It consists of ground theory as well as flight training.

The ground theory can be conducted on a full time basis, part time basis, or self-study basis. It includes 9 subjects and, therefore, 9 examinations. Once the 9 examinations are finished, the student will also have to sit for a Radio Telephony exam, and an English Language Proficiency Exam. Once all of this is finished, the student will start his/her flight training.

The flight training consists of a minimum of 45 hours of flight training. Of these, a minimum of 25 hours will have to be conducted with an instructor and a minimum of 10 hours will have to be conducted solo.

Pre Entry Requirements

16 years and over

Course Content Theoretical Knowledge

A minimum of 100 hours of theoretical knowledge will have to be completed, covering the following subjects:

  • Aircraft General Knowledge
  • Principles of Flight
  • Flight Performance and Planning
  • Air Law
  • Operational Procedures
  • Human Performance & Limitations
  • VFR Communications
  • Meteorology
  • Navigation

Flight Training

There are a minimum of 45 hours Dual and solo flight training as stipulated by EASA/JAA.

Dual:

  • 4 hours aircraft flight familiarization
  • 4 hours local manoeuvres
  • 10 hours circuits practicing various take-offs and landings

Solo:

  • 5 hours solo circuits
  • 5 hours advanced manoeuvres
  • 2 hours local solo navigation (out of circuit area)

Navigation:

  • 8 hours dual overseas cross country
  • 3 hours solo overseas cross country
  • 1 hour basic instrument flight
  • 3 hours revision of all previous manoeuvers