Modular course PPL(A)

General informations

Get the theoretical basics and practical knowledge to earn a license PPL(A).

The license for a private (sport) pilot is given with an assigned rating for the aircraft’s class on which the holder has been trained and it enables him to operate with the aircraft independently. The holder may fly on propeller airplanes for his own pleasure and needs and, if in case he has the necessary conditions, may also participate in motor flying competitions.

A PPL license is enough to fly for personal satisfaction, but for a career developing a professional license is required. A pilot with a PPL license can not fly for commercial purposes but may share the cost of the flight with other passengers. The license is valid and is recognized throughout the European Union and countries that are operating under an international treaty with the European Union, as it is declared in accordance with European law.

Where does education take place?

At the Ljubljana Airport, Postojna Airport or Portorož Airport

What does education cover?
  • 100 hours of theory
  • At least 45 hours of flight
What else do I need to get my license?

* Outsourced

PPL(A) school fleet
  • Cessna 172
  • Virus SW 121
Age limit
  • At least 16 years before the first independent flight
  • At least 17 years to obtain a license

The course of education

Theoretical part
The theory includes 100 hours and covers the subjects of the following two groups (FCL.215)
  • general subjects: aviation law, human performance, meteorology and communication; and
  • special subjects related to different categories of aircraft: flight principles, operating procedures, performance during the flight and flight planning, general knowledge about aircraft and navigation.
* Lectures are usually held in the afternoon hours two days a week or by agreement
Practical part
At least 45 hours of training for flying on airplanes (FCL.210.A) must be completed, including at least
  • 25 hours of flying with the instructor and
  • 10 hours of independent flying under control, including at least 5 hours of independent overflights with at least one overflight long at least 270 km (150 NM) during which they make stops at two airports, which are not a take-off airport.

* The practical part of education depends on weather conditions

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