Private Pilot License (PPL) Course
THE AIM OF THE COURSE
The aim of the Private Pilot License (Airplane) PPL(A) course is to train candidate to the level of proficiency necessary to fly safely and efficiently by VFR rules in non-commercial air transportation as a pilot in command or co-pilot.
Candidate should be at least 16 years of age in order to enroll into the course.
Candidate must have a valid Class 2 or Class 1 medical certificate, issued by Authorized Medical Institution in accordance with EASA PART MED.
Note: For the PPL examination in front of CAD, the candidate must have at least 17 years of age.
CREDITS FOR PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
The Academy approves flying hours and theoretical training which are realized in other ATO under these conditions:
The other ATO must operate according to EASA PART FCL and must be certified as EASA compliant ATO by its national CAA
- Written approval must be obtained from CAD of Serbia
Training for PPL(A) consists of:
- Theoretical training (full attendance or distance learning course)
- Aircraft training
Theoretical training may be in the form of full attendance or distance learning, depending on the candidate’s choice.
In case of full attendance course, theoretical training program consists of 140 classes (1 class = 45 min.) of instruction conducted at the Academy premises by Theoretical Knowledge Instructors.
In case of the distance learning course, theoretical training is performed by the student alone, supervised by Theoretical Knowledge Instructors using email and or phone communication. However, there are three obligatory sessions that require candidate’s presence at the Academy’s premises.
TRAINING ON SYNTHETIC TRAINING DEVICE
There is no training on synthetic training devices.
Aircraft training consists of 45 flight hours.