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PPL(A) Modular Course

The purpose of the course for a Private Pilot - PPL (A) is that the candidate obtains adequate theoretical basis and practical knowledge for PPL (A)

Before his/her first solo flight, a student pilot shall be at least 16 years of age (FCL.020) and shall hold at least a Class 2 medical certificate (MED.A.030).

An applicant for a PPL shall be at least 17 years of age (FCL.200).

The theory comprises 100 hours in the following subjects were divided into two groups (FCL.215):

  • common subjects: Air law, Human performance, Meteorology, and Communications;
  • specific subjects concerning the different aircraft categories: Principles of flight, Operational procedures, Flight performance and planning, Aircraft general knowledge, and Navigation.
     

Applicants for a PPL(A) shall have completed at least 45 hours of flight instruction in aeroplanes (FCL.210.A), including at least:

  • 25 hours of dual flight instruction; and
  • 10 hours of supervised solo flight time, including at least 5 hours of solo cross-country flight time with at least 1 cross-country flight of at least 270 km (150 NM), during which full stop landings at 2 aerodromes different from the aerodrome of departure shall be made.

MEP(LAND) Modular Course

Theoretical knowledge and flight instruction for the issue of class ratings MEP(LAND) aeroplanes include (according FCL.725.A)

  •  The theoretical knowledge course for a single-pilot multi-engine class rating shall include at least 7 hours of instruction in multi-engine aeroplane operations.
  • The flight training course for a single-pilot multi-engine class or type rating shall include at least 2 hours and 30 minutes of dual flight instruction under normal conditions of multi-engine aeroplane operations, and not less than 3 hours 30 minutes of dual flight instruction in engine failure procedures and asymmetric flight techniques.

Night rating - NVFR

The course for the night rating NVFR includes (according RCL.810):

  • theoretical knowledge instruction;
  • at least 5 hours of flight time in the appropriate aircraft category at night, including at least 3 hours of dual instruction, including at least 1 hour of cross-country navigation with at least one dual cross-country flight of at least 50 km and 5 solo take-offs and 5 solo full-stop landings.

IR/SE Modular Course

Applicants for an IRSE (FCL.610) shall:

  • hold at least a PPL in the appropriate aircraft category, and:
  • hold the privileges to fly at night in accordance with FCL.810
  • have completed at least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as PIC in aeroplanes, helicopters or airships of which at least 10 or, in the case of airships, 20 hours shall be in the relevant aircraft category.

The aim of the IR(A) modular flying training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes under IFR and in IMC.

A single-engine IR(A) course shall comprise at least 50 hours instrument time under instruction of which up to 35 hours in an FFS or FNPT II.

The course consists of two modules, which may be taken separately or combined:

  •  Basic Instrument Flight Module. This comprises 10 hours of instrument time under instruction, of which up to 5 hours can be instrument ground time in FNPT  II, or an FFS. Upon completion of the Basic Instrument Flight Module, the candidate shall be issued a Course Completion Certificate.
  •  Procedural Instrument Flight Module. This comprises the remainder of the training syllabus for the IR(A), 40 hours single-engine or 45 hours multi- engine instrument time under instruction, and the theoretical knowledge course for the IR(A).

The theoretical part contains the following items: Air Law, Aircraft General Knowledge, Instrumentation, Flight Performance and Monitoring, Human Performance, Meteorology,  Radio Navigation, IFR Communications.

IR/ME Modular Course

Applicants for an IRME (FCL.610) shall:

  • hold at least a PPL in the appropriate aircraft category, and:
  • hold the privileges to fly at night in accordance with FCL.810
  • have completed at least 50 hours of cross-country flight time as PIC in aeroplanes, helicopters or airships of which at least 10 or, in the case of airships, 20 hours shall be in the relevant aircraft category.

The applicant for a multi-engine IR(A) course who has not held a multi-engine aeroplane class or type rating has received the multi-engine training specified in Subpart H prior to commencing the flight training for the IR(A) course.

The aim of the IR(A) modular flying training course is to train pilots to the level of proficiency necessary to operate aeroplanes under IFR and in IMC.

A multi-engine IR(A) course shall comprise at least 55 hours instrument time under instruction, of which up to 40 hours in an FFS or FNPT II. The remaining instrument flight instruction shall include at least 15 hours in multi-engine aeroplanes.

The course consists of two modules, which may be taken separately or combined:

  •  Basic Instrument Flight Module. This comprises 10 hours of instrument time under instruction, of which up to 5 hours can be instrument ground time in FNPT  II, or an FFS. Upon completion of the Basic Instrument Flight Module, the candidate shall be issued a Course Completion Certificate.
  •  Procedural Instrument Flight Module. This comprises the remainder of the training syllabus for the IR(A), 45 hours multi- engine instrument time under instruction, and the theoretical knowledge course for the IR(A).

The theoretical part contains the following items: Air Law, Aircraft General Knowledge, Instrumentation, Flight Performance and Monitoring, Human Performance, Meteorology,  Radio Navigation, IFR Communications.

 


The holder of a single-engine IR(A) who also holds a multi-engine class or type rating wishing to obtain a multi- engine IR(A) for the first time shall complete a course at an ATO comprising at least 5 hours instruction in instrument flying in multi-engine aeroplanes, of which 3 hours may be in an FFS or FNPT II.