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Private Pilot Training Course

PPL(A)

9

SUBJECTS

35H

DUAL FLIGHT

10H

SOLO FLIGHT

Requirements

Minimum age - 18 years
• Part-MED Class 1 or 2 Medical Certificate

Course Structure

Airwin offers a fast-track training program for obtaining the EASA Private Pilot Licence.
This training is ideal for both aviation enthusiasts and light aircraft owners who want to earn their wings quickly!

Airwin EASA PPL(A) students must complete a theoretical private pilot course to obtain their licence.

TK.PPL.DL.10 Air Law and ATC Procedures
TK.PPL.DL.20 Human Performance
TK.PPL.DL.30 Meteorology
TK.PPL.DL.40 Communications
TK.PPL.DL.50 Principles of Flight: Aeroplane
TK.PPL.DL.60 Operational Procedures
TK.PPL.DL.71 Flight Performance and Planning – Mass and Balance
TK.PPL.DL.72 Flight Performance and Planning – Performance
TK.PPL.DL.73 Flight Performance and Planning – Flight Planning and Monitoring
TK.PPL.DL.81 Aircraft General Knowledge – Airframe, system, powerplant, emergency equipment
TK.PPL.DL.82 Aircraft General Knowledge – Instrumentation
TK.PPL.DL.91 Navigation – General Navigation
TK.PPL.DL.92 Navigation – Radio Navigation

The theoretical part includes about 100 hours of computer based self-learning (CBT) and 45 hours of online virtual classroom session.

After the completion of lessons and internal examinations (minimum 75% in each subject), students must take an official examination at the Civil Aviation Authority of all theoretical subjects:

TK.PPL.DL.1x Air Law and ATC Procedures
TK.PPL.DL.2x Human Performance
TK.PPL.DL.3x Meteorology
TK.PPL.DL.4x Communications
TK.PPL.DL.5x Principles of Flight: Aeroplane
TK.PPL.DL.6x Operational Procedures
TK.PPL.DL.7x Flight Performance and Planning
TK.PPL.DL.8x Aircraft General Knowledge
TK.PPL.DL.9x Navigation

Examinations can be completed in 1 or 2 sittings. The minimum pass mark is 75% for each subject.

The practical flight training part of the EASA PPL(A) course is structured to provide a wide range of experiences for student pilots.

Subpart 1: Airspace and traffic circuits
Subpart 2: Solo Flying and Navigation
Subpart 3: Solo Navigation Flying
Subpart 4: Basic Instrumentation and Low level / Poor Visibility

During the course, students must fly 35 hours with an on-board instructor and 10 hours of solo flight time (total flight time in flight is a minimum of 45 hours).

Upon completion of the training programme, students must complete an official flight examination with an on-board Flight Examiner.

PPL(A)

10800
  • (SUBJECT TO CHANGE)

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