To obtain a Private Pilot License a minimum of 45 hours flying experience is required, of which at least 10 hours need be solo flying. All these hours will be flown under the direction of a qualified flying instructor and in accordance with the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization) approved syllabus.
You’ll be flying in a Single Engine Aircraft ideal to learn basic skills which will serve you well whatever type of aircraft you fly in the future. Each lesson comprises of a pre-flight briefing with your instructor and are typically followed by up to an hour of flying, although flight times will vary and longer flights are introduced during the navigation training stage.
|(1)||Aircraft General Knowledge, Principle of Flight||1 Hr.|
|(2)||Flight Performance & Planning||1 Hr.|
|(3)||Human Performance & Limitations||1 Hr.|
|(5)||Navigation and Communications||1 Hr.|
|(6)||*Air Law||45 min|
* Conducted by MCAA
After successful completion of the theory exams and 45 hours of flying training you will undertake a practical test with an MCAA approved examiner in the aircraft.
This will test your general handling and navigational skills. Once you pass the General Flight Test, you will be awarded a Private Pilot License.
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