A Private Pilot Licence (PPL) allows you to pilot an aircraft on your own, anywhere in Australia, in daylight hours, without needing prior authorization from an instructor.
You can also legally share the aircraft hiring cost with your passengers, however you cannot fly for hire or reward unless you have a Commercial Pilot Licence (CPL).
You must obtain a class 2 medical certificate with a designated aviation medical examiner prior to flying solo and hold an aviation security identification card (ASIC).
You will undergo the PPL training in 3 stages.
Stage 1: Basic training
Completion of this stage will culminate in you flying solo for the first time.
Stage 2: Advanced Training
Completion of this stage will result in the issue of your Recreational Pilot Licence.
Stage 3: Navigation Training
Completion of this stage will result in the issue of your Private Pilot Licence.
Each course is tailored to the individual and is not run on set course dates. You may undergo this training on a full-time, part-time or casual basis.
The Private Pilot Licence course can be completed on a full time basis in approximately 8 weeks. This time frame is dependent on variables, such as weather conditions and student aptitude and commitment.
Aircraft used for training
Inspire Aviation generally conducts PPL training in our fleet of Cessna 172R models. We do from time to time complete PPL training in the owners own private aircraft or aircraft sourced from other places.
A PPL consists of two components, Flying and Theoretical Knowledge. While flying is the fun part, some students find it hard to study the theory component, so here at Inspire Aviation we can offer students tailored theory packages to help complete the required theory examinations.
If you would like more information about our Private Pilot Licence course please contact us:
Ph: 07 5641 1220