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PPL (A) - private pilot license / LAPL (A) - light aircraft pilot license

The holder of the PPL(A) license is entitled to perform the duties of the pilot-in-command or a second pilot of aircraft or TMG in non-commercial operations without remuneration.

The candidate for training on the PPL(A), LAPL(A) license must meet the following conditions:
  • The candidate who attends the training must be at least gymnasial (or equivalent) or continue education at a school guaranteeing such education until after taking the PPL(A) or LAPL(A) exams
  • Candidate applying for a private pilot license (airplanes) PPL(A) or LAPL(A) must have at least lower secondary or equivalent education
  • On the day of the first solo flight student - pilot must be 16 years old at least.
  • A candidate applying for a PPL(A) or LAPL(A) private pilot license must have a valid medical certificate category 1 or 2.
  • Candidate applying for a PPL(A) or LAPL(A) private pilot license must be 17 years old
A person applying for a PPL license must complete the training at an approved training center. The course includes theoretical knowledge and flight training.

An applicant for a PPL must complete training at an approved training organisation (ATO). The course includes theoretical knowledge and flight training.
The theoretical training for the PPL(A) / LAPL(A) license at the Avioner school consists of 102 hours, of which 87 are online lectures and 15 hours of session, also online.
In practical training, the candidate applying for a PPL(A) license must include 45 hours of flight training on airplanes (in total), of which 5 hours can be counted on flight simulation training devices (FSTD), including at least:

  1. 25 hours of flight training with an instructor; and
  2. 10 hours of solo flight under supervision flight time, including at least 5 hours of flight time solo in navigational flights, of which at least 1 navigational flight over a distance of at least 270 km (150 nautical miles) during which a full-stop airports other than the departure airport.

You will provide practical training at the Partner Training Organisation >> see Partners .

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