PRIVATE 

PILOT LICENSE

PRIVATE

PILOT LICENSE

| Private Pilot License

So you already have your RPC or RPL and are looking for the next step? Once you have mastered your RPC you want to fly anywhere in Australia or maybe buy your own aircraft for business and be endorsed to carry up to 5 passengers?

The PPL-package at Learn 2 Fly allows for exactly that and designed a course with no hidden fees! Follow your dream and upgrade to a larger aircraft such as the Cessna 172 XP. Imagine you take your family, friends or business partners for a flight!

Our instructor team will accompany you on every step of your way to the PPL. You may now upgrade to our Cessna 172 XP.

All our courses meet the standards and requirements of CASA and RAAus.

Our commitment to you?

  • Full-time availability – 7 days a week, from first light until late afternoon.
  • Highly skilled instructors with up to 2,000 hours on all our aircraft models. Because safety ALWAYS comes first!
  • Non-crowded airspace. No waiting times before take off – meaning you get your actual flight time in the air!
  • No hidden fees! Our packages are designed to get you straight to your desired pilot license.

What you can do with a PPL?

  • With a PPL you can legally carry up to 5 passengers as Pilot In Command.
  • You can also fly anywhere in Australia including controlled airspace (Class C – CTA) for example to Brisbane or Melbourne

Are there any medical requirements?

  • In order to hold a PPL you need a Class 1 or 2 medical conducted by a DAME (Designated Aviation Medical Practitioner). To book an appointment, click on the link below:

https://www.casa.gov.au/licences-and-certification/aviation-medicine/search-medical-examiner-or-eye-examiner/designated

  • If you currently have a Recreational Aviation Medical Practitioner’s Certificate (RAMPC) you can continue to exercise the privileges of a recreational pilot licence. The restrictions for holders of a RAMPC include:
    1. Single engine piston powered aircraft with a maximum take-off weight of 1500kg or less
    2. VFR conditions only
    3. Can only fly below 10,000 feet

What’s involved?

  • Approximately another 15-20 hours of flight training on a VH registered aircraft depending on how well you demonstrate your efficiency. You will add to your existing flying knowledge and build skills on how to navigate the aircraft from point-to-point.
  • At least 5 hours of solo cross country navigation in addition to all your previous RPL or RPC flying milestone is required before you go for the flight test. Once your instructor is confident with your ability you will need to take the flight test with a CASA approved testing officer, to receive your PPL.
  • A compulsory weekend or evening theory course with us, where you will cover all the required material to prepare you for sitting your PPL theory exam. Modules will cover Meteorology, Navigation, Performance, Human Factors, Aircraft General Knowledge, Aerodynamics and Air Law.

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