The privileges of the holder of Private Pilot License (Aeroplane) are to act without remuneration as pilot in command (PIC) in non-commercial operations on a single engine piston (SEP) aeroplane with a maximum certified take-off mass not exceeding 5700 kg. A PPL(A) training program includes 100 hours of theoretical course and a minimum of 45 hours of practical flight training. After the PPL(A) issue a pilot may start the ATPL(A) theoretical course. A good practice is to do the night VFR training as soon as PPL(A) is issued. The full time PPL (A) course takes 2 – 3 months to complete.
- 100 hours of PPL (A) theoretical course in cooperation with Bristol Groundschool;
- 45 hours of practical flight training on the new Tecnam P2008 JC;
- 1,5 hour skill test Tecnam P2008 JC
- multiple choice exams in 9 subjects at any EASA CAA testcenter (exam fees not included)
Price 7950 EUR
Read it carefully:
- stated training is based on minimum legal requirements, the true amount of training required might be more depending on the students abilities.
- be advised that 23% of VAT must be added to the final price of PPL(A) training if the PPL (A) is not part of the 0 – ATPL course;
- aviation fees shall be paid into a CAA bank account referring to the list of aviation fees;
- landing fees at EPPO and EPZG are not included and are published at AIP Poland GEN 4.1.8 (5.1.13 and 5.1.14)
testing under non Polish EASA CAA’s are subject to test fees paid directly to Smart Aviation