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.
If you are looking to begin your Commercial Pilot Career, take advantage of our special offer:
Commercial Pilot Foundation Course
EASA PPL + ATPL THEORY
The Commercial Pilot Foundation Training course is specially designed for anyone with zero flight experience and with the goal of becoming a Commercial Airline and Transport Pilot Licence holder in a modular way, obtaining a Private Pilot Licence (PPL) and Airline Transport Pilot Theoretical Certificate (ATPL).
PPL theory and ATPL theory can be done either in-house (full-time), distance learning or a mix of both. Always keeping in mind those aspiring commercial pilots who can`t commit to a full-time course, due to work, studies, or simply not enough time.
Starting with the accelerated Private Pilot Course option you will be able to complete PPL training in just 4 to 6 weeks.
Prior to arrival, this program utilizes distance theory learning to maximize efficiency, the entire course, theoretical and practical, will be taught in English.
After completion of the Private Pilot Course and with no time to lose start your EASA ATPL THEORY programme:
The first step to your pilot career, with Aerodynamics Academy, is now more accessible than ever.
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.