Private pilot license – PPL(A)

 

PPL(A) – The training goal

 

The goal of PPL(A) training is to teach a pilot to become a pilot in command in VFR
conditions with

 

  • the right use of organizational elements
  • the right use of airplane, engine, system and equipment in normal and
    emergency operative procedures
  •  Independence, versatility and completeness in flight preparation, development of flying culture, flight discipline and all other positive features related to basic and navigational flight in VFR conditions.

Theoretical knowledge course syllabus:

No Subject Total
1. Air law 12
2. Aeroplanes 12
3. Flight Performance and Planning 12
4. Human Performance & Limitations 8
5. Meteorology 15
6. Navigation & Radio Navigation 22
7. Operational Procedures 6
8. Principles of Flight 8
9. Radiotelephony Communications 5
Total 100

Teoretska nastava se završava testovima teoretske obuke. Studenti na svim testovima teoretske obuke moraju tačno da reše minimum 75% pitanja da bi pristupili praktičnoj nastavi.

Flight training syllabus

 

Phase Exercises Flights Ends with
Part.1 - Basic Od V-1 do V-13 12 Progres test 1
Part.2 - Advanced Od V-14 do V-18a 18 Progres test 2
Part.3 - Navigation Od V-18b do V-19 15 Progres test 3

U sledećim tabelama je dat pregled programa praktične obuke:

Exercise Description Flights With FI(A) Solo
1 1 Introduction to the airplane
1e Practicing emergency procedures
2 Pre-flight and post-flight operations
3 Introduction flight 1 30min
4 The effect of commands 1 30min
5 Taxi
5e Taxi - emergency procedures
6 Horizontal flight 2 1 hour
7 Climbing 2 1 hour
8 Descending 2 1 hour
9 Turns 2 1 hour
10a Stalling 1 30min
10b Slow flight 2 1 hour
11 Avoiding spins 4 2 hours
12 Take-off and climb to a "downwind" position 20 2 hours
13 Traffic pattern, approach and landing / touch & go 35 3.5 hours
13e Traffic pattern – emergency procedures 10 1 hour
14 Solo flight 22 3 hours
Exercise Description Flights With FI(A) Solo
15 Steep turns 3 1 hour 30 min
16 Emergency landing without engine power 10 1 hour 30 min
17 Precautionary landing 2 30 min 30 min
Exercise Description Flights With FI(A) Solo
18a Navigation 12 5 hours 3 hours
18b Problems of navigation guidance at low altitude and in reduced visibility 3 2 hours 1 hour
18v Radio Navigation 6 4 hours 2 hours
19 Basics of instrumental flight 4 4 hours
20a,b Test flight 6 2 hours

Total (all parts):

  • 150 flights
  • 45 hours total ( 34.5 hours with FI(A) & 10.5 solo )

PPL- Conditions for starting training

 

  • The candidate must be 18 years old or if minor (minimum 16 years old), the written parent/guardian consent must be provided
  • Prior to practical training the CAD Student Pilot Authorization and medical certificate class 2 according to Part-MED must be provided.