|LICENSE FOR AIRCRAFT AFTER 15 FLIGHT HOURS!
F AIR as first flight school in the Czech Republic provides LAPL training!
Getting a light aircraft pilot license LAPL (A) (Light Aircraft Pilot License) is especially for those pilots who want to fly with more than two-seat aircraft and at the same time to use it not only for his/her own amusement, but also for private or business travelling.
The licence LAPL(A) allows the holder perform function of pilot in command any single engine piston aircraft (SEP) used for non-commercial flights, to maximum certificated take-off weight 2 000 kg, with a maximum of 4 people on board including the pilot in command and in VMC. You can apply for additional qualifications – for example VFR NIGHT, and so extend the rights of the license.
This licence is interesting especially for pilots who already own pilot license for another category of aircraft such as ULL (A), which under certain conditions can have relief up to 50% of the flight time of a basic curriculum LAPL (A).
- The minimum age is 16
- Applicant must hold valid medical certificate minimum LAPL
- 40 hours of theory in classroom with instructor
- 30 hours of practical training (relief up to 50% for owners of other licences)
|CREDIT FROM PREVIOUS PRACTICE
For holders of valid license for helicopters, ultralights with fixed wings and aerodynamic controls in all three axis, further for gliders and tourist motor gliders may be counted up to 15 flight hours of the total number of flight hours a basic curriculum to obtain LAPL (A). Minimum training flight time may be reduced for this students to 9 training hours with instructor and 6 hours of solo flights. To applicants who hold a pilot license for another category of aircraft, the practice will be credit, according to the results of Pre-Accession flight test.