Learn to FLY
The MOTORBIKE of the skies
A minimum of 40 hours flight instruction (minimum of 15 hours dual instruction and 10 hours supervised solo flight)
7 ground examinations
Radio telephony practical exam
Hold a valid NPPL Medical Declaration, a Part - Med Class 1,2 or LAPL Medical Certificate
Skill test with a CAA examiner
After achieving your license should you wish to improve your accuracy of flying and perform more advanced maneuvers then we can offer the following advanced training for PPL holders - spot landing techniques with and without power, safe low flying and learning to fly from the rear seat.