Private pilot licence PPL

If you are considering a career as a professional pilot, obtaining a PPL license is the first step in your endeavor. The PPL license is a basic course for pilots of general aviation aircraft heavier than 450 kg. Two types of aircraft can be used during training, thanks to which you will gain experience with different types of machines from the very beginning. Aviation training is conducted in full compliance with PART-FCL regulations.

Price without VAT
159000,- Kč

The requirements for the student are as follows:

Age at least 17 years (for applicants under 18 years of age, the consent of a legal representative is required).

Passing the entrance examination at the aero-medical examiner and proving a valid medical certificate of medical fitness II. class.

Radiotelephone operator's card, which you can also obtain as part of a theoretical course (you will need it from your first solo flight).

 

The process of the course

The theoretical part

The implementation of the theoretical part of the teaching includes lectures with consultations directly in our classroom at the airport in Líně (LKLN) and a part with self-study. The following areas are discussed within this segment:

Air Law

Aircraft General Knowledge

Flight Performance and Planning.

Human Performance

Meteorology

General Navigation

Operational Procedures

Principles of  Flight and Communication

 

 

Practical part

The minimum number of flight hours within the PPL course is set at 45 hours. However, if you are already an experienced pilot, and you are one of the holders of a license to fly ULL (A) gliders and helicopters, 10% of your flying hours as a commanding pilot can be included in the total. However, the whole must not exceed 10 hours of the time allowance of the course.

 

 

The syllabus of the practical part of the PPL flight course includes the following topics:

Pre-flight activities including determination of weight and balance, inspection and treatment of the airplane

Airport operations and air traffic management, measures and procedures to prevent collisions

Control of the aircraft according to external visual orientation

Training flights to practice slow flight, min. safe speed, stall and stall prevention

Flight at critically high speeds, spiral flight detection and spiral prevention

Crosswind take-offs and landings

Take-offs with maximum performance, landing on short fields

Instrument flight, involving a 180-degree turn on the horizon

Navigation flights using visual orientation and calculation

Emergency procedures

Arrivals, departures and overflights of controlled airports, communication procedures and phraseology

Our Team

We are united together mainly by years of experience, but also by the fact that we still enjoy flying immensely. We are professionals for whom flying is also a hobby. We measure our experience not only by the number of hours flown, but mainly by the ability to provide you with all the information and tips we have about aircraft and flying. In the beginning, everyone needs a helping hand. And that's why we're here.