PPL (A) PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE
By definition, a PPL (A) pilot license allows the license holder to fly aircraft of the class and type specified in the license, with a maximum take-off weight of 5700 kg, under visual flight conditions (VFR), as the pilot-in-command or co-pilot on non-commercial flights. Licensing requirements are determined by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).
This constitutes the first license to be obtained towards obtaining an airline transport pilot license.
PRELIMINARY CONDITIONS FOR PPL(A)
· A minimum of 17 years of age,
· Having graduated from a high school or any equivalents,
· Holding a Class One or Two health certificate approved by an aviation doctor,
· Having successfully completed the necessary theoretical and flight training at an approved training organization,
· Successfully completing the DGCA PPL(A) theoretical exam required by the General Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA),
· Successfully complete the control flight required by the DGCA.
PPL (A) THEORETICAL TRAINING 115.00 HOURS
THEORETICAL FLIGHT TRAINING 18.00 HOURS
FLIGHT TRAINING 46.30 HOURS