The LAPL (A) license is intended for those who want to have flying exclusively as a hobby and do not require any further progress in the acquired qualifications. It is also intended for those who do not want to be limited by a national UL license.
A typical LAPL (A) person wants to learn how to fly a small aircraft on a European scale and wants to be able to fly passengers and luggage during the day or even at night.
LAPL (A) light aircraft pilot
Smaller minimum raid than PPL (A) (30 h)
Possibility to fly in EASA countries
Possibility to fly with passengers (over 450kg)
The age of the applicant must be at least 15 years at the time of the start of the training
The minimum age for obtaining a LAPL (A) license is 17 years
Compulsory medical fitness II. classes
Upon commencement of the training, he must hold a radiotelephone operator's license
The theoretical part of the training consists of 100 teaching hours.
50 hours are training before the start of the flight training itself and 50 hours are realized as part of ground training, which is part of the flight part of the training.
Theory of theory is organized in our premises at the airports in Košice and Dubová
The result of the preparation is a theoretical examination at the Transport Office in Bratislava.
Each client has their own E-learning account available for thorough preparation for the theoretical exam.
Our main principle is the quality and effectiveness of flight training, which will build a good foundation for you in the demanding profession of a transport pilot. On this basis, your further professional growth will be built, which will already be provided by the air carrier.
RTF theoretical training course The AeroJOB Aviation School offers its clients and the public a theoretical training course for passing the RTF exam at the telecommunications office. By successfully passing the exam at the office, the client will receive a radio operator's certificate ...
PPL (A) is the basic license necessary to continue the career of a transport pilot. It entitles the holder to operate independently a single-engine airplane for which he has the appropriate type training.