The course comprises both practical helicopter flying and the study of a range of theoretical subjects. On completion, a PPL(H) allows you to pilot a helicopter for personal use.
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No matter what your background or age is, if you have the interest of learning to fly a helicopter, you are on the right way. A successful completion of PPL(H) training and a private pilot licence grants you the right to operate a helicopter for personal use.
The training programme consists of theoretical and practical parts. You will study a number of theoretical subjects which will help you to pass CAA exams. Practical skills will be acquired on a single-engine aircraft (Cabri G2) under Visual Flight Rules (VFR). The duration of the training may vary depending on individual performance and weather conditions. Usually it takes from 3 to 6 months.
Theoretical part consists of 140 hours (25 working days) of PPL(H) theory and covers the following subjects:
Flight training consists of 45 hours (30 working days), including 10 hours of solo flight:
For flight training the Training Centre provides a single engine piston helicopter Cabri G2.
Acquired theoretical knowledge and practical skills are proved by passing the following CAA exams:
All necessary material and tools will be provided by the Training Centre:
The Training Centre is located in a walking distance from Kaunas International Airport (EYKA).
Initial practical training will start at one of our aerodromes/helipads (EYKA and EYKS) and continue across a number of national airports and aerodromes.
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