The PPL(A) is one of the first licenses obtained. It authorizes its holder to perform non-commercial operations on single-engine piston aircraft with a maximum take-off mass not exceeding 5700kg. Stationary as well as extramural classes are held at our facility. The stationary theoretical course lasts 100 hours, while the extramural theoretical course only 50.
Training Covers:
  • Air Law
  • Communications
  • Human Performance
  • Principles of Fight
  • Operational Procedures
  • Flight Performance and Planning
  • Aircraft General Knowledge
  • Navigation
  • Meteorology
Candidates need to be at least 16 years of age when beginning training and at leats 17 years of age when applying for a license. Approproate medical certification is required.
Course of training:
Training includes 100h of theory and a minimum of 30 flight hours. After the course, the candidate needs to take a theoretical state exam at the CAA followed by a practical exam with a CAA approved examiner.