Types of training

Private Pilot License - PPL(A)

100 hours of theoretical training, 45 hours of flight training, 3 months in training

Private Pilot License

PPL(A) license is primarily intended for pilots who want to fly more than a twoseater and not only to use it for joy flights but also for business travel. PPL(A) license allows its holder to act as pilot in command of any single engine piston airplane (SEP) for non-commercial flights, up to maximum certified weight of 5.7 tonnes.

VFR Night Rating

5 hours of theoretical training, 5 hours of flight training, 1 night in training

VFR Night Rating

Qualification for night flights allows the holder to fly at night according to visual flight rules (VFR). Night flying training is focused on mastering a higher, especially psychological, pilot load caused by the limited visibility of the ground, horizon and other reference points which can cause difficult spatial orientation.

Competency Based IR - CB-IR(A):

80 hours of theoretical training, 40 hours of flight training, 3 months in training

Competency Based IR - CB-IR(A)

The training is designed to obtain a full-fledged instrument qualification, especially for non-professional pilots. Competency Based IR training includes a smaller range of theoretical and practical training and is based primarily on the assessment of pilot competence. Upon successful examination, the pilot holds an IR (A) rating and may commence IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) flights.


Light Aircraft Pilot License

Obtaining this license is primarily for pilots who want to fly with more than two-seater aircraft and at the same time use it not only for their entertainment, but also for the purpose of private or business travel. The LAPL (A) shall enable the holder to act as pilot-in-command of any single-engine piston airplane (SEP) for non-commercial operations, up to a maximum certificated take-off mass of 2,000 kg, with a maximum of 4 persons on board, including the pilot-in-command. LAPL (A) has lower medical fitness requirements than PPL (A).

100 hours of theoretical training , 30 hours of flight training, 2 months in training

Transition Training

Basic/Advanced Transition Training

This training is intended for PPL(A) holders and ensures smooth transition from a different single engine airplane, which can be equipped with completely different systems (electrical system, CAPS,…), avionics or engine. It is tailored to pilot´s previous experience and competency. Basic transition training is intended for VFR flights only, Advanced transition training is for flights under IFR.

self-study on the CirrusApproach.com, 6-10 hours of flight training, 3 days in training


Upset Prevention & Recovery Training

The training objectives are to clarify reasons and consequences of aircraft entry into unusual attitudes and also to explain how to resolve given situation. Most importantly, the pilot will learn how to prevent these situations at all. The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has recommended the inclusion of UPRT into CPL(A) training syllabus. This is also expected within next years in ATPL(A) training.

5 hours of theoretical training by self-study, 3 hours of flight training, 3 days in training

For PPL(A) holders

Aerobatic Training

The aim of the course is to train pilot license holders to perform acrobatic maneuvers. Training may be completed after a minimum PPL (A) license has been granted and 40 flight hours as a PIC since the license is issued.

5 hours of theoretical training, 5 hours of flight training


Instrument rating instructor

Extension of the flight instructor rating for the training of applicants for an instrument rating.


Flight instructor qualification

FI(A) training will qualify you to serve as flight instructor in single-engine airplanes.

Special courses

CPL(A), ATPL(A), MEP-land, FI(A), IRI

Courses on request

Conversion to EASA licence

Conversion and Validation of Foreign Licenses

We will ensure the transfer or validation of your pilot license, obtained outside the EU (FAA, ICAO ..) to a pilot license according to European legislation EASA.