Our Light Aircraft Pilot course will allow you to obtain an EASA LAPL (A) licence.
This licence will allow you to fly certified light aircraft with a maximum take-off weight of 2,000kg and up to four seats, always on a recreational basis, i.e. for non-commercial purposes.
It is a lower qualification than Private Pilot, ideal for those people who wish to embark on the world of aviation, but who do not intend to become professionals in the sector.
The theoretical part of the Light Aircraft Pilot Course consists of more than 117 hours of theoretical training divided into the following subjects:
Theoretical training can be done on-site, online face-to-face or by distance learning.
Once the theoretical study hours have been completed, students must pass internal exams to ensure satisfactory results in the official exams.
After passing the official exams, students will be accredited in the corresponding theoretical knowledge to develop their role as light aircraft pilots (LAPL), moving on to the practical phase of the training.
Flight practical part
The flight training portion of the Light Aircraft Pilot Course consists of a minimum of 30 flight training hours, including 6 hours as solo pilot-in-command.
This practical part will end with a 1.5 hour skill test.
The training will be carried out in the surroundings of the Maspalomas - El Berriel Aerodrome (private airfield managed by the school) and in the 8 different international airports of the Canary Islands archipelago, providing our pilots with all the necessary flying skills.