The LAPL (A) (Light Aircraft Pilot License) is therefore the best start for people who want to consider flying primarily as a hobby or entertainment and do not aim to become a transport pilot.
The holder of this license is entitled to fly single-engine piston aircraft up to 2000 kg, ie. can fly almost all general aviation aircraft from two-seater (PS28) to four-seater (DA40, Cessna 172/182).
The theoretical part is provided in cooperation with our partner company PROAVIATE and consists of at least 100 hours of teaching.
During the course, candidates will get acquainted with the following subjects:
Human law and ATC procedures
Fundamentals of Flight (Aerodynamics)
Flight planning and execution
General knowledge of aircraft
The training is carried out under the training organization FLYING SERVICE DTO and performed on PS28 Cruiser aircraft. Our instructors are experienced traffic and sports pilots.
Students must fly a minimum of 30 hours of flight instruction to learn basic and advanced piloting techniques and navigation flights.
The method of completion of the training is performed by a theoretical examination at the Transport Office of the Slovak Republic and a practical examination with an examiner.