The aim of this EASA PPL · Private Pilot Licence Course is to train pilots with no necessary prior experience to enabling you to autonomously pilot an aircraft. Apart from PPL training, with all hours flow in Tecnam SEP, Quality Fly’s PPL Course also includes:
- Basic Instrument Module: 10 hours dedicated to practicing basic instrument flight, more specifically, 5h of simulator training and 5h of flight in Tecnam SEP, which are valid both for your PPL as well as for your Basic Instrument Module. This module can be credited with 10 hours of your Instrument Rating, which translates into a cost reduction equivalent to 5 hours of simulator training and 5 hours of flight training in your IR Course.
- Basic UPRT: this PPL course includes the full set of basic UPRT exercises, as specified in AMC2 to Appendix 3.
Upon course completion, you will hold an EASA Private Pilot Licence (PPL), including a Single Engine Piston (SEP) class rating.
Then you can continue your airline pilot training in ATPL theoretical knowledge and complete the subsequent courses required for the eventual issuance of your modular ATPL, i.e. NVFR, MEP-IR, advanced UPRT, CPL and MCC.