PPL

PPL

General-

Private Pilot License training is the first step towards becoming a professional pilot or for pilots flying for fun. The course is designed for applicants with 0 flight experience.

Preconditions-

  • Minimum age: on the day of a first solo flight the student pilot must be at least 16 years old. In order to obtain the license, the student must be 17 years old.
  • Medical certificate: a candidate applying for a Private Pilot License PPL(A) must hold a valid Class II medical certificate.
  • Minimum education: upper-primary or equivalent.

Theoretical training
Theory studies take place at school in a one-to-one format so you don’t have to wait until a group has formed.
The theoretical training comprises 100 hours of lectures with the instructors.

Practical training-

The training for PPL consists of the theoretical part, which is followed by the practical one. The practical training curriculum includes minimum 45 hours of training flights according to PART-FCL regulations for the PPL(A) and it is done in three stages (tasks):

  • Mastering basic pilotage skills in a training sector and making aerodrome circuit flight (with an instructor and solo)
  • Flight according to instruments
  • Navigational cross-country flights and VFR (Visual Flight Rules) flights.

After completing these three tasks the student pilot masters the skill of independent, safe flight performance according to the PPL(A) specifications.

Once the pilot student finishes his practical training, he will be able to fly two types of Cessna planes: a two-seater C152 and a four-seater C172.

Goals and Qualifications –

The purpose of the PPL(A) course is to prepare the student pilot for safe and efficient flying according to VFR rules. The thorough and comprehensive theoretical preparation will allow the student pilot to use his knowledge during the practical part.

After completing the training and receiving the license the pilot will be rated to fly single-engine planes with maximum take-off weight of 5700 kg. In Poland, the number of aerodromes is increasing and there is an airport in every major Polish city. Therefore, if a pilot wants to fly- even the sky is not the limit!

Advantages-

The school employs the best flight instructors in the field. Most of them are Israeli Air Force veterans and recognized airline companies. With over 25 years of experience the school has the ability and infrastructure to train the best pilots.

Cessna 152 is the most popular basic training plane for pilot training. It is a reliable aircraft with a strong and solid reputation.

Cessna 172 is a universal 4-seat plane. Its long range and broad avionics make it the right choice for commercial or PPL training.

FNA offers professional lecture rooms, where the students will be able to explore the world of aviation. I addition, the school’s simulators allow students to repeatedly practice different flight modes in a calm and protected environment.

Prices-

Affordable prices and professional training with Airline-based instructors, young and ambitious staff in a Family atmosphere!

Individual theoretical course __________

45 h New AT-3 “glass cockpit” and Cessna 172   ___________

 

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