Training courses are available towards the EASA Light Aircraft Pilot Licence (LAPL).
This licence is ideal for the recreational pilot and can be completed in a minimum of 30 flying hours. The course includes 9 theoretical exams and 2 flight tests.
The timescale for completion is the students choice.
The EASA Private Pilot Licence (PPL) requires a minimum of 45 hours flight time and 9 theoretical exams. A flight test is also required.
This licence is the starting requirement for anyone looking to pursue a career as an Airline Pilot.
Pilots will require to add this rating to their licence if they intend to fly at night.
The course consists of 5 hour training.
The IR(R) can be added to the PPL. The course requires a minimum of 15 hours flight time.
It allows operation in reduced weather conditions and greatly improves the skills of the pilot.
It is possible to upgrade this to a full ICAO Instrument Rating.