The obtention of the Private Pilot Licence takes between 6-10 weeks, depending entirely on theory progress. It will allow you to act as pilot in command (PIC) in non-commercial operations on aeroplanes. All flights must be done in good weather conditions otherwise an instrument rating will be required.
The first step in modular training to becoming a holder of fATPL (Airline Transport Pilot Licence).
The PPL comprises 9 theory subjects which can be completed either in-house or distant learning (4 weeks). The official written exams are held at our campus, Aerodynamics Academy is an authorised EASA exam centre.
The subjects are:
- Air Law
- Human Performance
- Operational Procedures
- Principles of Flight
- Aircraft General Knowledge
The practical part of the private pilot course comprises 5 hours in a FNPT II flight simulator and 40 hours’ flight time in a single-engine aircraft, with at least 10 hours as pilot in command (SPIC).
The flying phase of the course comes to a close with a practical skill test performed by an authorized Spanish Aviation Safety and Security Agency (AESA) examiner.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
How often do I have to renew my PPL (Private Pilot Licence)?
This licence has to be renewed after 2 years of its issuance.
What do I need to start my training?
To begin your training, you have to pass the medical class 2 examination standards.