Private Pilot License
Private Pilot license
Why Should I Get My PPL license?
If you want to fly for fun or start a career as a pilot, there is a lot to learn both on the ground and in the air, but it isn’t too difficult! You can simply fly an airplane if you can ride a bike or drive a vehicle.
The PPL is the first necessary step towards more advanced licenses
After obtaining your private pilot license (certificate), you will be able to fly an airplane and transport people and luggage. Although your operational expenditures may be divided equally with your passengers, you may not fly for pay or hire as a private pilot. You may, however, fly any airplane you are properly qualified for to thousands of public airports at any time of day or night..
The following admission requirements refer to candidates applying for SKY TRAINING AVIATION integrated ATPL-A course
PATH TO SUCCCESS
About the Course
The theoretical courses are taught in French as a part of MERMOZ program, which includes 9 modules.
You will follow a theoretical training of 180 hours on 09 subjects delivered by professional trainers.
The theoretical training is validated after success in the official theoretical knowledge tests set by order of the Minister responsible for civil aviation, DACM.
Basic training in flight training
Flight Training : 45 Flight Hours (VFR/SE)
include 10 hours of solo flight on aircraft, under the supervision of an authorized flight instructor, including 5 hours of solo flight in the countryside including at least one flight of a minimum of 270 km (150 NM) during which a full stop landing was made at two different aerodromes.
- Tecnam P2002 JF
- Tecnam P2008 JC
- Zlín Z-142
- Zlín Z-143
Flight training is validated after passing the PPL exam. The flight test is carried out with an examiner authorized by the DACM.
Possibility of flying as pilot in command, on all single-engines, in visual flight.
Possibility of obtaining an annotation on a "high-performance" type aircraft
Ability to bring passengers
Possibility to fly abroad