A PPL will allow you to fly yourself and passengers recreationally.
Should you decide to become a Commercial Pilot this is the first step to a professional career in the sky.
The requirements before you start your PPL are:
• A Class II aviation medical.
• 17 years of age to hold a PPL, but you will be able to go solo from 16 years of age.
• Fluent in English.
A PPL course consists of 45 Hours of flight training; these hours are a mixture of dual and solo flights under the supervision of a qualified flight instructor.
Before qualifying, a candidate has to undergo ground school and examinations in 8 theoretical subjects and finally pass a flight test.
A night rating will enable you to fly at night in good weather conditions. This course is also the next step towards obtaining your Commercial License.
The night rating course consists of dual flight training with a dedicated flight instructor teaching you how to fly at night . You will also need to complete a theoretical examination and a flight test.