A light aircraft licence is for those who want to fly for pleasure as a hobby, take their friends for a lunch to Slovakia. It doesn’t require any previous experience. This training is only for those who do not wish to continue any further in aviation carrier. For glider or Ultrilight pilots the training can be reduced by up to 15 hours.
Applicant for LAPL(A) must be at least 17 years old (the training can be start earlier).
The holder of LAPL(A) may perform the function of pilot in command on any single engine airplane or TMG with maximum takeoff weight of 2000 kg with maximum 3 passengers.
- 100 hours of theoretical training
- 30 flight hours including 6 solo (PIC) hours under supervision of experienced flight instructor.
- Training starts with 100 hours of theoretical knowledge to learn the basic aviation knowledge.
- After 50 hours of theoretical knowledge the student starts with flying lesson with instructor.
- After finishing the entire theoretical knowledge course the student would pass the theoretical exam (CZ CAA in Prague) and the student has to pass theoretical exam for Radio-operator at Czech telecommunication Burou.
- When is the student ready, he/she will start flying solo under supervision of experienced flight instructor. Students learn how to navigate using aeronautical chart. The training continues until is the student rady for the final exam (skill test).
- After successful skill test the student is issued with Light airplane pilot license and he/she can fly him/her-self.