PRIVATE PILOT LICENSE MODULE

What does PPL Module consist of?
If flying for your own pleasure in the single-engine aircraft is what fascinates you about aviation, then Private Pilot License is what you are looking for. Throughout the PPL(A) course, you will gain necessary skills needed for a safe and efficient flying under the VFR (Visual Flight Rules).

Private Pilot License will enable you to fly for your own pleasure and transportation. As a PPL licensed pilot, you will be able to take family and friends on a sightseeing trip, as long as you do not get paid for doing it.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
  • Age: at least 16 years
  • Medical: valid medical certificate EASA class 1 or class 2
  • English language proficiency: ICAO level 4
PPL TRAINING AGENDA:
  • Air Law & ATC procedures
  • Operational procedures
  • Aircraft general knowledge
  • Flight performance and planning
  • Human performance
  • Meteorology
  • Navigation
  • Principles of flight
  • Communication
MODULE SCOPE:
  • Lectures: 110 hrs
  • Flight hours: 45 hrs + 5 hrs NVFR

APPROVALS

MFA Flight Training Academy holds Approvals from EASA, Maldivian CAA and Slovenian CAA:

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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What does Module mean?
A module is a self-contained course that usually lasts for one term. It covers just one subject and is assessed independently of other modules.

What does PPL stand for?
Private Pilot Licence.

What does CPL stand for?
A Commercial Pilot Licence.

What does ATPL stand for?
Airline Transport Pilot Licence.

What does SEP stand for?
Single-engine Piston Rating.

What does MEP stand for?
Multi-engine Piston Rating.

What does MCC stand for?
Multi Crew Coordination or Multi Crew Co-operation.

What does IR stand for?
The Instrument Rating.

What does FI stand for?
FI stand for Flight Instructor.
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