The National Private Pilot’s License for Microlights (NPPL)
- Microlight flying is a rapidly growing sport industry
- Low running costs
- Fewer requirements
The course consists of flying lessons with qualified instructors, and a minimum of 60 hours of ground school where the following subjects are covered:
- Principles of Flight
- Aviation Law
- Air Traffic Rules and Services
- Airframes and Engines
- Aircraft Instruments
- Fire, First Aid and Safety Equipment
- Human Performance and Limitations
- Air Navigation
- Aviation Meteorology
- Also included is the official BMAA syllabus, Microlight Pilot’s Handbook by Brian Cosgrove, and Air Law for Microlight Pilots by Geoff Weighell.
A minimum of 15 hours flight training of which 7 must be done solo.
If you already own a microlight aircraft and want to use it for your flight training, no problem! Course fees are obviously much less.
Contact us today to book your TRIAL FLIGHT LESSON.