A class rating allows the pilot to fly a certain group of aircraft that require training common to all aircraft within the group.
A type rating is specified if a particular aircraft requires additional specialized training beyond the scope of initial license and aircraft class training.
Almost all single engine piston (SEP) or multi engine piston (MEP) single pilot aircraft can be flown without a type rating, but are covered by a class rating instead.
Aircrafts that require a type rating are decided by the local aviation authority.
List of possible certifications:
|MANUFACTURERS||AIRCRAFT||CONFIRMATION OF LICENSE|
|ALL MANUFACTURERS||Single Engine Piston Aircraft||SEP(L)|
|Single Engine Piston Aircraft with a Variable-Pitch Propeller|
|Single Engine Piston Airplane with Retractable Landing Gear|
|Single Engine Piston Airplane (land) with Turbo or Supercharge|
|Single Engine Piston Airplane Equipped with a System of Electronic Flight Instruments (EFIS)|
|Single Engine Piston Airplane with an Anti-Icing Installation|
- Differences training requires the acquisition of additional knowledge and training on an appropriate training device or on the aircraft.
- Familiarization training requires the acquisition of additional knowledge.
- The scope of theoretical training depends on the decision of HT.
- 2-5 hours of practical training
- Internal exam with an ATO instructor