Our Private Pilot course (PPL) will allow you to obtain the official license as a private plane pilot accredited by European EASA regulations.
The first step to become a professional pilot.
This course will provide you with all the necessary knowledge and skills so that you can put yourself in charge of any single-engine aircraft on unpaid flights.
You can fly to any destination in the world and even, take passengers.
No previous experience or specific training is required in order to obtain the private pilot license PPL and the minimum age to start the course is 16 years of age.
The theoretical part of the Private Pilot Course consists of 117 theoretical hours of training divided into 9 subjects:
The practical part of the Private Pilot Course is composed of a minimum of 45 hours of training flight, of which 10 hours will be the only pilot in command and 5 hours in the FNPT-II simulator.
This practical part will end with a skill test of one and a half hours.
Trainings will be carried out in the surroundings of the international Airport of Gran Canaria (sixth most important commercial airport of Spain in number of passengers), in the aerodrome “El Berriel” and at the airport of La Gomera.
Cross country will be carried out between the different Canary islands.
Thanks to our privileged location, we will fly up to 8 international airports, training our pilots in all necessary flight skills.
The theoretical training can be completed on-site in our school or online.
For the online mode of the PPL course, students can access through the Internet platform (e-learning), where they could find all the theoretical lessons, a chat and all the necessary material to prepare every subject.
The students will keep in touch with the instructors and the rest of the students in every moment through the Moodle platform. Such training will be mentoring by our instructors online.
At the end of the subjects, our students will have a 10 hours on-site review in our school. Furthermore, they will have to pass an own exam before the official exams. The purpose of this own exam is to ensure satisfactory results in the official exams.
When students pass the official exams they will be accredited in the corresponding theoretical knowledge to develop their work as private pilots (PPL), continuing the practical phase of the training.